Swagging across the country with Outback Swags

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So what is Swagging?

Swag Tent
On the banks of the Missouri River in South Dakota

Swagging is to travel with one’s personal belongings in a bundle, and that is what I did from New Jersey to Southern California with my Outback Swags Pioneer Tent keeping me comfortable all the way.

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Disapointment in a State Park

Disappointment in a State Park

Growing up, well, I never really grew up, but when I was younger, my family lived in Chino Hills California. Even though it is only 40 miles east of Los Angeles, it was known for corn and cows, or the smell of cows to be more precise. Chino Hills was a small family town on the edge of one of the largest dairy preserves in the country.

A little over a mile from home was the entrance to Chino Hills State Park.

The land has a rich and long history. The spanish settlers ran cattle through the area, and most recently, before the park was formed in 1981, much of the area was used for grazing cattle, there are still some remnants left within its boundaries.  Currently the park is protecting over 14 thousand acres and is part of the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor.

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Review – Slumberjack Arctic Cloak

I am ALWAYS cold…

All the time.

Cris swears it’s an iron deficiency or something.

So I was absolutely stoked when we were handed a Slumberjack Arctic Cloak to review on a recent trip to Death Valley, where we were prepping for temps in the low teens overnight.

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