If you love spending time on the water, and are trying to decide which sport to spend your time on, there’s some huge benefits of kayaking you should consider in your choice. Whether you plan to take up kayaking as a leisurely pastime, or extreme rafting sport, it’s one of the coolest, yet critically underrated activities there is, especially if you’re spending the day at the lake. Read on to learn about all the benefits of kayaking!
People travel across the world to see epic fields of wildflowers blooming, but what if you could plant your own little wildflower paradise right in your backyard? That’s exactly what I asked myself this summer when travel was halted due to COVID-19. I’ve personally always wanted to see the epic lupine fields in Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. Since I couldn’t this year, I decided to plant my own wildflower garden at home inspired by them.
I made a video documenting our journey of starting the garden, and it went a little (ok a lot) viral on TikTok.
Many people were asking for more information about the process of starting a wildflower garden, so I pulled together these steps for you to get your own started!
Backcountry ski touring has exploded in popularity over recent years. Increased avalanche educational resources, better infrastructure, and an overall desire to escape overcrowded resorts has led to the proliferation of this great sport. But let’s be honest here, getting into backcountry skiing is expensive.
Starting out with ski touring doesn’t only require specialized skis, boots, poles, and outerwear. It also requires all kinds of new gear like skins, avalanche safety equipment, touring packs, and more. The costs add up in a hurry! Thankfully, there are ways to get into backcountry skiing without breaking the bank. One of the ways to do that, without sacrificing on quality, is the Tecnica Cochise.
This is my favorite salad recipe of all time from Mandy’s Salads, that they finally released in their cookbook, Mandy’s Gourmet Salads this summer.