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I grew up very outdoorsy, hiking and backpacking with my family. We lived the city life in Washington, D.C., but on weekends took to the trails nearby.  Family vacations let us escape the cars and tall buildings of downtown D.C., and embrace the towering Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
ENO (Eagles Nest Outfitters), creators of ingeniously crafted camping hammocks and innovative outdoor accessories, is partnering with the nonprofit organization Trees for the Future.
Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) has joined 1% for the Planet, pledging to donate 1% of annual sales to support nonprofit organizations focused on the environment.
Info-Graphic by James Kaiser Make your voice heard! The Department of the Interior is currently seeking public comment on the proposed review of 27 national Monuments. The comment period closes July 9, 2017. Comment here: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=DOI-2017-0002-0001  
We’ve all been there, sitting around with our friends, attempting to plan a spontaneous cross country road trip and then slowly the dream fades as the details become more and more difficult to work through. Well, don’t lose hope! Here is list of places to explore, from East to West (or Vice Versa) that I have personally been to. These highlights will hopefully give you some ideas, ease those painful and annoying details, and encourage you to go on the trip of a lifetime!   1. Huntington Island, SC  One of my favorite places to camp. Ever! I went in with expectations that the beach would be cool, but not life altaringly amazing. All expectations were shattered. Imagine Jurassic Park, but in the best way, sans life threatening dinosaurs.   2. Pisgah, NC Classic Appalachian camping. With one of the prettiest Autumn seasons and fly fishing streams galore, what’s not to love?   3. Red River Gorge, KY This place is not only an awesome camping spot, but has numerous climbing routes and bouldering options within the gorge, providing some awesome activities and entertainment.   4. Meramec St Park, MO Two words, Fisher Cave. The park is cool as is,...
To be sitting with nothing digital in my hands almost makes me feel uneasy.  I glance from left to right, but there’s no one to lock eyes with, for mine are pointed up and theirs all down at smartphones, thumbing away at a reply or posting some extravagant photo. I feel raw, almost exposed. There’s nothing to hide how alone I am, how disconnected I feel with my surroundings. Or maybe it’s just the opposite. I’m too connected to this reality, this geographic plane that is so pure and free from technological pollution. I don’t know how to immerse myself in it anymore. I try and fetch the comfort from childhood years, the comfort that pushed us to ask strangers’ children to play in the park while our parents drank wine across the courtyard of a restaurant. The comfort that allowed me, a kid blessed to have grown up in an era where “snapchat” was as distant as the concept of a touchscreen, to talk to the people seated beside me on a train without feeling like I was crossing an unspoken boundary of privacy. To return alone to these juvenile years was both refreshing and isolating. Refreshing, for my...
We got to thinking that maybe all you great people out there hammocking in fabulous places like the beach or deep in the forest or in the middle of an electric music festival or in your grandma’s backyard might be wondering about the all great people here at ENO. Here is a quick look at some of the folks who really make the hammock magic happen! Enjoy! Adam Position: Sales Manager Birthplace: Georgia Favorite ENO product and why: Helios/Technest combo. It’s so light you don’t even know it’s in your pack. If you could have a superpower, what would it be?  The ability to talk to animals. Favorite outdoor activity: Working in the yard.         Sadie Mae Position: Resident Office/Therapy Dog Birthplace: Somewhere in Western NC Favorite ENO product and why: Launch Pad- It’s my dog bed. If you could have a superpower, what would it be? The ability to talk to people. Favorite outdoor activity: Sunbathing         Corey Position: Warehouse Associate Birthplace: Massachusetts Favorite ENO product and why: Vulcan because it’s awesome, it makes sense, and it has a great name. If you could have a superpower, what would it be? I would like to...
Many people often forget about the expansive piece of land that lies north of our Michigan mitten, right below Canada, which also bears the Michigan nameplate—and rightfully so. As suggested by its geographical boarders and location, the Upper Peninsula, which is merely connected to the Lower by a 5-mile bridge, could almost be its own state or part of Wisconsin. However Michiganders cherish their sister peninsula as it is a treasure trove of wilderness and cultural experiences that welcomes all to explore. My family spends a lot of time in Northern Michigan and the U.P. in the summer months but beauty is undeniable throughout the year. However before you decide to make a trek into the U.P. you should understand most of the peninsula is vast and remote wilderness with many small towns, frozen in time—modern convenience are few and far in-between. But whether you’re an experienced outdoorsman or a novice adventurer, there’s something for everyone year-round in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula: Getting to the Upper Peninsula Traveling to the Upper Peninsula is not a quick feat. From Michigan you can only enter the U.P. by ferry or across the Mackinac Bridge, a 5-mile suspension bridge that spans Lake Michigan and...
While nature can be breathtaking and relaxing, it can also infringe upon your recreation. To protect yourself from the elements and enhance your hunting experience, there are a few out-of-the-ordinary tools that belong in your gear pack. These items, while not seemingly obvious things to bring along on your next hunting excursion, will help you out in emergency situations and serve as valuable resources to keep you energized, alert and up for anything.   First Aid Kit Finding yourself injured without the means of treating your injury could be life-threatening. To help you stay safe, you can either build your own kit or buy a pre-made one. Be sure to include bandages, burn cream, aspirin and lotions. You also should include allergy-specific eye drops like these from Vision Direct to make sure blurry vision doesn’t impede your hunt. This is just a small measure to take to ensure your safety.   Synergy Hydration Lightvest Sometimes the days don’t seem long enough while you’re hunting, and you lose sunlight fast. Don’t get caught in the dark without a reliable light source. Headlamps work great for illuminating your path, but you can take it one step further with the 100-lumen CREE LED Lightvest....

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