I love reading (just see my book club page) so today I wanted to share my list of twenty-eight outdoor books to read in 2018. These outdoor books range from picture book titles for the kids to biographies of great explorers. There’s sure to be an outdoor book for you on the list!
Some of these are outdoor books I read on my own, some were recommended to me by friends or book publicists and are on my want-to-read list. If you have an outdoor book that should be on this list just leave a comment below!
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This month’s outdoor challenge is all about being thankful for nature.
Living in the Rocky Mountains of the American west, I find things to be grateful for in nature every single day. The grandeur and beauty, the animals and plants, the skiing, hiking, camping and biking – the Rocky Mountains are my home and I love them.
But just because you love something, doesn’t mean you know it very well.
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I’m so excited to share this book review with all of you! Why? Because There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather really inspired me to get outdoors, no matter how cold or wet it may be. Continue reading “There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather Book Review and Author Interview”
My blogger friend Heather Balogh Rochfort over at Just a Colorado Gal just published her first book, Backpacking 101. I was sent a copy to review, and learned a ton – just in time for my son’s first backpacking disaster. Here’s my review.
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