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Urban Scavenger Hunt: Munzee

The goal of summer is to get kids outside. But what do you do on those no-trip weekends when no one wants to hike or bike but …

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Nutrition & Hydration: 4 Tips for Runners

Though I primarily run in the morning, I’ve noticed that the later in the day I go, the faster I am (whether this is due …

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For the Love of Biking and Wind in the Face

More people starting biking during the pandemic and enjoying the correlating physical, mental, and emotional benefits.

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Sessions for Wilderness Survival, Nature Ninjas, and Woodland Archers begin in Sandpoint and Spokane June 16.

Resources for Traditional Archers

Traditional archery has been around for 60-70,000 years, and it has existed in many cultures across the globe. The elegant simplicity is nothing new to …

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Traditional Archery: Getting Started

My friend Steve is a throwback. He lives among the rest of us, but the guy belongs to the rambler’s era of the old West. So when …

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Ocean to Idaho: Following the Chinook Salmon

This summer, journalist, filmmaker, and outdoor enthusiast Kris Millgate of Idaho Falls is setting off on an epic road trip chasing salmon across the Pacific Northwest. Her adventure is intended to inspire …

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10 Lakes Near Spokane for Family Day Trips

On hot, sunny summer days, a waterfront park is one of the best places to be. Kids can swim, play on the beach, and dig …

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Once More to The Lake

I’ll start by invoking Tom’s words at the opening of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie.” Tom tells the audience that they’ll be watching a memory play, and that “Being a …

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7 Ways to Go Solar in Your Backyard

When you’re not out safely exploring the trails, if you’re like me, you’ve found yourself with a lot more time at home this year, which means a …

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