6 Best Places to Go Camping in Ohio | Our Favorite Ohio Campgrounds
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6 Best Places to Go Camping in Ohio | Our Favorite Ohio Campgrounds

Located in the heart of the Midwest and featuring a variety of incredible landscapes, Ohio is one of the best places in the country to go camping. Whether you are searching for rolling hills and mountain views or cascading waterfalls and fishing ponds, you will be able to find an Ohio campground that has everything…

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Camping for dummies

Camping season has arrived. There is nothing like being out in the wilderness with the crackling sounds of the campfire and the howl of the wind on the tent.  I’ve come to look forward to camping season, and if you’re someone who hates it, then don’t keep reading.  You might just want to try it…

Travel videos from Chile (mostly Torres Del Paine)

I love taking videos and photographs while we’re traveling.  I’ve heard someone say, “I don’t like to take photographs or videos.  I just like to enjoy my vacation.”  I get that if you’re one of those people that gets easily distracted, but the fact is I actually enjoy taking photographs and videos.  It’s part of…

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Trekking the W in Torres Del Paine

Glaciers.  Snow-capped mountains.  Turquoise lakes.  Rolling green hills.  Fresh water that you don’t have to filter.  What could be more amazing than Torres Del Paine National Park in the Chilean Patagonia?  (Click here to watch some of my videos from the trip.) This was one of the hardest and most rewarding vacations of my life.  Five…

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Camping checklist for an overnight fall adventure

I’ve written a few things about camping in the past, as this is something that I’ve grown to love.  And as it has grown on me, there are things I’ve learned.  I’ve posted a view articles previously: Camping, it’s not so bad, Camping: no heat hairstyles, and Camping: Dolly Sods Wilderness. Now, I’ve written a more comprehensive guide…

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Camping and Dolly Sods Wilderness

Dolly Sods Wilderness, in the Monongahela National Forest, is part of the Allegheny Mountains.  The USDA Forest Service provides this description of the area: The Monongahela National Forest was established in 1920. Located in the north central highlands of West Virginia, the Monongahela straddles the highest ridges in the State. Elevation ranges from just under 1000′ to…

No-heat hairstyles

In an effort to prepare for a five-day camping extravaganza in Chile where I will not be able to bring any hair tools, I’ve been trying out new “no-heat” curling styles.  I figured this is not only good for camping, but also would be a great way to limit the amount of appliances you bring…

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