Review: Colby Valve emergency valve stems

Review: Colby Valve emergency valve stems

Ever had a flat tire?  Most people have experienced at least one, and when you are on the highway it’s an inconvenient hassle.  Now, when you’re in the middle of nowhere on the trail, that hassle multiplies exponentially.  I have always been taught that while off road, you repair your tire instead of using your spare, because once the spare goes on, the day is done, and you head for pavement. Since the last thing I want to do is to have to call a trip early, due to a mechanical failure, I carry a comprehensive tire kit.

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Save money with an Andis haircut at home.

Save money with an Andis haircut at home.

I am sure it is no surprise to anyone reading this to hear that having a new little one at home has brought some extra expenses into our household.  We were lucky and received a lot of necessities like diapers at the baby shower, but there are still a lot of things that start to add up.  I have taken to the internet to do some reading and look for ideas to save a bit of money.  There is one that stands out to me that I have not really seen mentioned many places and that is . . . .

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Babywearing With Mountain Girl Handwovens

Babywearing With Mountain Girl Handwovens

Happy National Baby Wearing Week!

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Babywearing is one of those all around great ideas. It’s beneficial for bonding, great to have your hands free but still be able to carry your baby close, and saves the hassle of a stroller, when you just need to get out of the house for a bit. If your REALLY good at it, you can even breastfeed while babywearing.

I was lucky enough to spend some time with Stacy of Mountain Girl Handwovens, and a local member of the So Cal Baby Wearers last month at the American Adventurist Mountain Rendezvous, and she gave me a tutorial about how to wear Baby Wagon.

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