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How To: 8 Tips For The Perfect Family Road Trip

The summer family road trip – it’s a tradition that’s as old as the Model T (or older, if you count covered wagons and trailblazing). Despite evolving technologies (from electric cars to flat-screens embedded into head rests), the tradition is still one of the best ways to break from routine, get into the world, and start #TryingStuff.

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Travel: No-Tech Hotels

As people who are passionate about trying stuff in locales throughout the globe, we’ve had the good fortune of staying at some pretty plush resorts.

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A Man And A Minivan: Part II

By Robert Walton

A collection of images from our wanderlustful journalist Robert Walton, taken along his months-long exploration of this wandering country, as seen from the seat of his converted van.

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Travel: Ireland’s Best Kept Travel Secrets

Ireland—the land of Guinness, shamrocks, and leprechauns. And, just beyond the easy brochure images, some of the best hiking, surfing, mountain biking, and climbing in the world.

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Good To Know: Should You Really Recycle Your Own Fluids?

Myth: Urine is sterile, so it’s great for cleaning out wounds and drinking if you find yourself without water.

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Tips And Tricks: When To Fish, With Chad Hoover

How does Chad Hoover catch fish every time he goes fishing? Watch to find out!

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Tips And Tricks: Teasing Up Fish With George Poveromo

Trolling for Mahi offshore? George Poveromo show us his trick for teasing up the big ones!

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A Man And A Minivan, Part: I

A Man and a Mini-Van: 15,000 Miles, 6 Months And One Big Country

By Robert Walton

Robert Walton is an accomplished journalist and photographer who walked away from a stable nine-to-five job as a news editor to drive across the country and start the #TryingStuff lifestyle.  This is his story.

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Tips And Tricks: Selecting Gears With Dave Norona

You’ve got to climb steep hills and descend the hard ones. Dave Norona tells us how many and which gears to incorporate during our next trek.

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Good To Know: Lighten Your Feet, Lighten Your Load

The Myth:

Every pound you wear on your feet equals five pounds that you carry in your backpack.

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