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Maine (AP) Maine state parks officials are offering their First Time Campers raffle again this year as the camping season draws closer. Forty-four Maine entrants will be randomly chosen to win a free weekend of camping this summer at one of eleven
This section of the road is one of the highlights of this drive. The lush, green rolling hills are dotted with beautiful, healthy oak trees and a great display of several different species of colorful wildflowers. This pastoral route through the
The wife to Prince William has been seen camping in the snowy weather with the Boy Scouts, attending a St. Patrick's Day Parade and riding the underground subwaybut you'll never guess with who.
I love to take trips that involve participation of the soul, where the people that you meet and the things you participate in touch you," he explained. "So for instance, camping on top of a glacier in Iceland, setting up a tent at 1 o' clock in the
Pop-Up Hotel A Pop-Up Hotel luxury tent at the Glastonbury Festival in England. Snoozebox A Snoozebox pop-up hotel, made out of shipping containers, at Silverstone Circuit in England...Unlike temporary stores and lounges designed to hawk clothes and
A jeep tour can is one way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and take in the seascapes, secluded beaches and wild interior of Santa Catalina Island, which is about 22 miles from Los Angeles...Paddlers can circumnavigate Catalina and
In preparing to sleep outside in near freezing temperatures Saturday night, Michael Santos decided against using any wilderness survival tactics he came across. "That's not really the point," he said. "The point is to suffer through it." Santos wasn'
Cosmosphere's best graduates are showcased with look at their careers. The faces may change in the exhibit, but the stories will always have a common thread as campers share their positive experiences at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center...For
Mead has been in San Diego's outdoor industry since the 1970s. His company, Adventure 16, which was started by aerospace engineer and Scoutmaster Andy Drollinger in his La Mesa garage in 1962, celebrated its 50th anniversary last year. In his time in
Campers will to pay a higher fee this summer to spend the night at Green Mountain Reservoir. The Dillon Ranger District has changed the fee from $5 per vehicle to $13 per night for camping, allowing campers to have two vehicles at a site. The new