Camping is one of summer’s best outdoor activities. The sunshine, the warmth, cooking over an open fire and sipping a glass of wine under the stars. With the right gear, like the new line of BioLite stoves and lighting, camping doesn’t have to be “roughing it,” it can be a relaxing way to get outdoors, while still having some of the comforts of home: like fully charged phones, lights and cameras!
Bushnell has been a major name in the optics market since the late 1940s. While we tend to know them mostly for their binoculars and telescopes, they’ve set their sights (no pun intended) to a more grown-up hobby: Golfing. Bushnell’s Laser Range Finders are tournament legal, waterproof and come in a wide variety of zoom functions. Why should your first (or next) range finder be a laser guide? Read on to find out.
While we can debate the complexities, intricacies, and philosophies of the game of golf, one thing there’s no need to fight about is that every golfer appreciates new gear, and the latest tools. With Mother’s Day and Father’s Day approaching, this is a great time to check out some golf gift ideas, from GPS technology, to wearables, to great low tech gear.
Many of us work 24/7, thanks to the endless connectivity of our smartphones. Do you want to truly relax one weekend this spring or summer? Try leaving your tech at home! Yes, some research suggests you can maximize your relaxing by unplugging from those endless little tasks like responding to texts and emails as they come in. Wondering how you’ll find your campsite, and what you’ll do when you get there? I have a whole gadget-free list of ways to spend your unplugged weekend!
Over the past few years I’ve become a lot smarter about what to pack for a family camping weekend and what not to pack. It all comes down to planning. Take a look at some of the camping gear I bring along when I’m camping with the family.
I don’t know about you, but after being cooped up for an entire winter I was more than ready for the first day of spring. After months inside watching TV or avoiding the cold outside, people are literally spilling out onto sidewalk, parks, and mountainsides to take it all in and enjoy the start of a brand new season. There are many different things you can choose to do in the great outdoors during the spring. If you need some ideas, I have a few for you.
If you happened to be out in Fort Langley this weekend and you were part of the crowds surrounding my son as he wheeled around on the Sologear Self-Balancing Electric Unicycle, you already know how cool it is. I stopped counting after 10 people asked us what it was and where we picked it up, and everywhere he rolled that day, people were drawn to it.
Going away for spring break? Whether you’re heading down south for some beach bumming, taking the kids to Disneyland, or going on a backpacking adventure through Southeast Asia, a variety of apps can help make your travels easier and more exciting. From currency exchange to preventing jetlag, be sure to check out my top 10 travel apps you can’t leave home without.
If you’re thinking of enjoying fun family time at home this upcoming Spring break, here are a few activities to consider with kids of all ages.
Why stay couped up inside when there’s so much adventure waiting in the great outdoors for you? Here, I’ll give some tips for your next outdoor adventure with the family, including some essential tech gear to bring along with you.