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Even though the days are getting longer, the nights are dark and lacking fun LEDs. Light up your evening with our re-designed Twilights!
The clock is ticking and we have one month until Valentines Day. This is your opportunity to get it together people! There is still plenty of time. You could shrug it off as the “corporate holiday card” day and not participate in sharing flowers and chocolate, OR you could get over it and do something thoughtful for the ones you love. So lucky for you Enopians, here are some outdoorsy Valentines ideas that are totally doable; and you have an entire month to get it together. And singles, I don’t want to hear it–Valentines Day is a perfectly good time to do something nice for your besties. Full Moon Group Date Alright, as a group activity, this one goes out to all the strong and single people in the house. Heads up, Valentines Day is on a full moon this year! So pick your favorite hiking trail, keep in mind to choose one with a good view of the sky. Pack up a picnic basket or backpack full of delicious snacks, maybe a bottle of wine. And of course, your ENO hammock and straps. Some Twilights would also add a lovely ambiance to your full moon group date too. So...
How to Hammock ResponsiblyCheck out our in house production of  How To: Hammock Responsibly. Including tips like: How to find the ideal spot to hang your hammock. Which suspension systems to use and not to use. Reminding everyone to leave no trace behind.  
  Now that the worst of the polar vortex has passed, I still find myself daydreaming of warmer days, live music, and jerry rolls. You guessed it, I’m day dreaming of music festivals. I know I’m not the only one longing for festival season to begin, to return to dancing, new friends, and having a close bond with music for an entire weekend. Well, it’s time to stop staring out icy windows and bumping up your thermostat. Let’s be pro-active about our currently long lost friend of the music festival and prepare for next year. So when your favorite festival announces their line up and your hard earned money hits the bank, you know that you’re more than ready with these necessities. 1.) ENO Hammock & Straps; Put Your Feet Up. It probably goes without saying that this is a necessity. Whether you camp in your hammock or have it strapped to your day bag to be ready for any-time naps and relaxation, it’s a necessity! Festivals are a marathon, not a sprint. You don’t want to be that kid who slept through all of Saturday night’s acts because they went too hard on Friday night. Take time throughout the...
America’s vast expanse of wilderness is full of pristine, natural sights begging to be explored. All it takes is an ATV and a deep desire for exploring the unknown while having plenty of fun along the way. The following locations are just a few that’s worth having on your ATVing bucket list.
  Everyone wants to travel. You get to see beautiful scenic locations, meet exciting new people and enjoy adventures around every corner. But, as much as we’d all like to jump on the next plane to a land unknown, tickets can be expensive. Instead, why not head out to your own back yard? Traveling the RV way is back in style! Recreational Vehicle too many, RV can also stand for ‘relaxing vacation.’ No airport lines, no security gates, no cramped seating, no weather delays. Traveling by RV has become a growing choice for Americans, appealing to weekend warriors, full-time travelers and everyone in between. If you’ve got an appetite for adventure and don’t want to break the bank, try seeing the country by RV!     Doing RV the Right Way Before you pack up and go, ask yourself these questions to make sure you know what you’re in for: Are you OK with sharing one toilet? Are you ready to spend multiple hours driving a vehicle? Are you OK with nights around a campfire? Do you enjoy sharing every waking moment with the folks you’re traveling with? Are you immune to car sickness? If you answered yes to all...
Wherever you go this summer, it’s always a good idea to pack along a book. Amongst the roadtrips, vacations, backpacking trips, and sight-seeing, there will always be some downtime that is best utilized by reading a good book. When the weather is warm and sunny, my mind always goes to adventures and exploration. Luckily, adventuring and exploring can be done both physically and mentally. Here are some great adventurous summer reads: Into the Wild.  Impulsive wanderlust, self-discovery, and brazen exploration collide in this captivating and heartbreaking true story. Immediately after graduating from college in 1991, a young man named Christopher McCandless gave away all of his money, abandoned his car and belongings and vanished on a quest through Western and Southwestern America. He ultimately ending up in the wilderness of Alaska, and his body was later found inside an abandoned bus. Jon Krakauer examines McCandless’ short life and his overwhelming pull for the American wilderness. Firestarter.  Stephen King is famous for his nail-biting, thrilling novels. Firestarter is no different. A government agency called The Shop secretly performs experiments on subjects with a hallucinogenic drug that causes telepathic abilities. A couple who participate in these experiments get married and have a...
Although cold drizzle and sporadic rain showers have the potential to threaten anyone’s outdoor experience, there’s always good, old fashioned waterproof clothing!

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