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Blown Away in Chaco Canyon

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This is a guest post by blogger Mark Johnson, creator of Box Canyon Blog. On the road, somewhere in a God forsaken, scrub-brushed, Land of DisEnchantment: “Of the deserts I know, this barren quarter of the Colorado Plateau is the most unfortunate.” Craig Childs, House of Rain. Suddenly, the last week in March was upon us. […]

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The 48-Hour Camping Guide: Dallas

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  48-Hours in Dallas   Visiting parks around the Dallas area is a little trickier to plan because the state and private parks are widespread throughout the region. Unless you’re breezing through the parks in record time, you may only make it to one or two parks in a 48-hour visit. However, have no fear! […]

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Eat of the Wild – Texas Edition

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Before we get to the good stuff it’s important to outline the practice of foraging ethically: You shalt not break the law You must have permission from the property owner or you’re stealing. Also, most state and federal lands prohibit gathering plants except in survival situations. Honor the land Don’t hack/slash/burn or otherwise destroy your […]

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Top Texas Watering Holes and Waterfalls

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Top Texas Watering Holes and Waterfalls

Top Texas Watering Holes and Waterfalls Here in Texas, we’re all still huddled inside while the snow is falling all around us, but with spring on the way, it won’t be long until our love/hate relationship with hundred-degree temperatures and scorching sunshine will resume. And when it does, look to beat the heat by jumping […]