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I have good news with everyone. Music festival season is upon us! Thank goodness. Back to sunny days outside (with the occasional crazy festival storm) and the sweet sounds of loud live music.
Fall may have only just begun, but it’s about time to start planning winter trips.For the outdoorsy types who don’t mind foregoing a tropical beach-oriented vacation during the colder months, Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park surprisingly has a lot to offer.
Northern New England is home to countless hiking trails, many of which are popular destinations for day hikers from all over the region. A typical summer day on Mt. Washington, Katahdin or anywhere in Acadia National Park will be teeming with fellow hikers and tourists.
Michigan often gets a bad reputation due to the common misconception of a sprawling demise because of poorly managed finances and struggling industries.  In reality, Michigan is one of the country’s hottest vacation spots. Thanks to Pure Michigan, the state’s wildly popular national tourism campaign, the state has once again started bringing tourists into the state in droves.
If someone says that after a long day of hiking when your ankles are swollen and every joint hurts, they are still not bothered by the annoying crawly pests and bugs buzzing around your head call him/her a liar then and there.
Hauling up a fire-break, getting airborne across a creek and bogging down in three feet of gumbo mud are what make off-road bike riding some of the best fun you can legally have.
Back in the summer of 1999, the idea behind ENO was born in the campsites and throbbing crowds of Festivals. Since then, our original parachute hammock’s popularity grew, and today they can be seen not only at music festivals and community gatherings, but nationwide.

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