Does it get any better than a leisure summer road trip? While I love the excitement of traveling by plane, memories of my siblings and I piling into my my parent’s SUV and driving up to destinations like Yosemite in California, Zion National Park in Utah, and the Grand Canyon in Arizona will always hold a special spot in my heart.
For outdoor enthusiasts, Texas summers means water play.
One of my favorite aspects of summer is the ability to enjoy an evening sleeping under the stars without the barrier of a tent. While you could brave cowboy camping and lay out on a tarp, I far prefer the relaxation and elevation of hammock camping.
Last month, Carlos Andreu took a trip down south to the coast off Corpus Christi, Texas for some kayak fishing at its finest and took a stab at spear fishing for the first time.
Imagine taking all of your stuff and condensing it down so you could comfortably live out of a Ford Focus (the station wagon model for those of you who are wondering). Now imagine doing the same for your significant other so he/she could join you in that Focus.
We’ve put together a handy activities checklist to inspire outdoor adventures with your youngin(s).
It finally happened. My first ever kayak fishing trip.
Yeti has amassed a cult following, especially here in Austin,TX where the company is headquartered. Yeti decals adorn the backs of cars and trucks it’s pretty much guaranteed at least one person in our office is sporting a Yeti hat.
Sounds a little too good to be true doesn’t it? Well, there is one catch – your photo needs to be shot at one of America’s federal lands, national parks, or a historical site.