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If you’re looking to get away, camping can be the perfect retreat. While it’s a great way to relax and enjoy Mother Nature, camping is not always the easiest adventure to prepare for. Unless you’re a minimalist camper traveling alone, you’ll need to cram a fair amount of gear into your car. Here are some ideas about how to efficiently pack a car for camping.

Precook meals. Precooking meals means you’ll need to take fewer bulky kitchen utensils and supplies with you. Prepare foods that will travel well like sandwiches, trail mix, or chili. Of course, you shouldn’t precook all food. Burgers and hot dogs are probably not the best foods to cook before your adventure.

Learn to use your fire. Using a fire to reheat or cook your meals saves you from having to lug a gas grill. Remember you’re cooking over the coals, not the flame. Ensure your coals are glowing and evenly proportioned under the grill before you start cooking.

Heading out for a paddle on a canoe, kayak or standup paddle board? Advance preparation helps to ensure a safe trip. Follow these 12 safety tips to help you enjoy safe paddling: 

Friday, 08 June 2018 14:40

Boating Safety

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In 2017, the Coast Guard counted 4,291 accidents that involved 658 deaths, 2,629 injuries and approximately $46 million dollars of damage to property as a result of recreational boating accidents. 

Where data was known, the vessel types with the highest percentage of deaths were open motorboats, kayaks, and personal watercraft. Water sports, relaxing in the sun and splashing in the water are great ways to make memories with family and friends. Water lovers must be careful to assure that their memories are safe ones. If you are hitting the open waters this season, don’t forget these safety tips.

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