Travel Planning

From deciding where to go, to what to pack and what to pack it in, to books to read set in the country your visiting, and more, we can help with all your travel planning.

Are you interested in sustainable travel? Cultural experiences? Outdoor adventures? We’ve got you covered.

Review: Galaxy/Cosmos Jr. Combo Pack—Smith Optics

This handy little package protects your little one’s noggin and their eyes. The goggles snap right onto the helmet, so they fit perfectly. This new system ensures convenient, fully adjustable, and fun goggle-helmet attachment. Combining an auto-locking magnet with secure slide-release buckle technology, this great fitting, fully integrated goggle and helmet system stays together long …

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Review: Rambler – Soft Star

I’ve gotten quite interested in the barefoot and minimalist shoe movement over the last couple of years. If you aren’t familiar with it, you can Google it, but I’ll tell you that proponents believe that going barefoot–or as close as possible–is better for your whole body. And going barefoot is especially important for kids since …

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Review: Hula Shadehouse – Kelty

Kelty Hula Shade House Basecamp Shelter We’ve become car camping connoisseurs since our kids were born. Our gear for a two-day campout almost fills the back of the truck, but the luxuries we carry with us make the experience so much easier. We’ll get back to the lightweight, fast-moving backpack trips of our past one …

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Book Review of Expedition Canoeing: A Guide to Canoeing Wild Rivers in North America by Cliff Jacobson

Some people are really into canoeing. If you’re one of them, or wish you were, pick up the 20th-anniversary edition of . Jacobson has gathered his friends together to produce a very thorough guide to canoeing northern rivers. This hefty tome to wilderness canoeing starts with how to research a river and ends with a …

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