March Outdoor Challenge – In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

Okay readers it’s time for my next monthly outdoor challenge! The March Outdoor Challenge is gonna be awesome – sign up below for all the details.

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

My March Outdoor Challenge has the theme In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb. That’s the only hint you get for now, but if you sign up, you’ll get all the details right in your inbox on March 1, 2017.

All my outdoor challenges:

  1. Require you to get outside.
  2. Can be accomplished with or without kids.
  3. Cost nothing after the participation fee.
  4. Are a little challenging. It is a challenge after all.

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February Outdoor Challenge: Love the Outdoors

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February Outdoor Challenge

Are you ready to show your outdoor love? Since February 14th is Valentine’s Day, I decided the theme for my February Outdoor Challenge is Love the Outdoors. I’m excited to share it with you, because you’re really gonna love what this challenge is about.

Getting outside with kids in winter is tough. So this month I came up with a kid friendly challenge that adults will love too. February’s Outdoor Challenge doesn’t cost anything except the participation fee and it can be accomplished anywhere in the world. Plus, it’ll be fun. I promise.

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Happy Halloween – Now Get Outside!

Do you know what I love about Halloween? It’s a holiday primarily celebrated outside. Whether you plan an Halloween costume hike, do some of these great outdoor activities or just walk around the neighborhood trick-or-treating, the invitation is always to get outdoors. Here are ten ways we’ll celebrate Halloween Outdoors. How will you celebrate today?

 

Jump in Fall Leaves? Thumbs Up.

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Mount Rainier National Park Photo Journal

Mount Rainier National Park was created in 1899 to protect the 14,000 foot peak and its surroundings. The forests, glaciers, wildflowers and rivers are beautiful, as this Mount Rainier photo journal will show. But with such a huge mountain in their midst, the weather can be unpredictable.
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