Hitting the Road // Family Style

Hitting the Road // Family Style

Hitting the Road // Family Style By Rhea Cortado  It’s a transporting experience to scroll through the daily life of the nomad family Adam and Emily Harteau and their daughter Colette, but it’s all documented on their blog, ouropenroad.com. Since October, 2012, they have been chugging along in their Westy through Central and South America, capturing…

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Leave No Trace: 5 Ways Your Campsite May Be Impacting the Environment

Whether your favorite camp spot is next to a river, deep in the forest, off a mountain road, or tucked away among a sea of sagebrush, these escapes are places we cherish. And while there’s no doubt we love and revere these patches of nature, we are constantly reminded by conspicuous, often weathered, signage to…

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Up Your Campsite Game: DIY Swedish Fire Torch

Huckberry has become synonymous with that one stop shop for folks who call the confluence of city and outdoors home. Offering a curated pick of the best gear, essentials and homemade media, Huckberry stands out as a brand with a penchant for all things stylish and savvy with a dose of stewardship. Looking to up…

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Edges of Sanity

“Without risk, there is no beauty. Without chance, no adventure.” Perhaps this is a mantra you repeat before you head off on a surf trip to a far-off island or as you wake up before the sun to drop in on a roaring swell. Sometimes it can feel like living on the edges of sanity,…

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backpacking gear

Backpacking Gear

Camping is one thing, but backpacking is a whole other story. With only the gear that will fit on your back, and comfortable shoes, you’ll see some of the most isolated and serene places in the country. But you’ll need the right stuff. Gizmodo breaks it down perfectly, from sleeping bag to stove, boots, hat…

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