Hammock for sale! | $35 - free shipping | Brand-new
We got this hammock a few months ago, and it's just been sitting on the shelf in its original bag ever since it got here. Since my husband found a more colorful one he liked better, we've had no use for this one. Never even got it out to even try it.
If you're in the market for a two-person hammock, in the US, and have PayPal, send me a DM and help me get rid of this to declutter my space.
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#Contemplation...it’s seemingly one of the greatest gifts/curses we’re given as intellectually advanced animals. When I’m outside, surrounded by fresh air, running water, lush forests, and imposing mountaintop views, my thoughts seem to become positively influenced by the openness and naturalness of my surroundings. It provides the perfect platform to press the reset button, and I always return from the back country feeling so refreshed! (Chapped lips, however, feel awful. Note to self: do not forget lip balm!)
2019 is all about doing what scares me. So excited for a kayak and hiking trip to South Carolina this spring!
I love the outdoors and will spend all day outside. But I also love me bed and have never slept in a tent in my life. Strangers and being on someone else’s schedule aren’t my favorite things.
This trip will be perfect to challenge myself and enjoy the great outdoors.
I'm a brand ambassador for Madera Outdoor Gear. They're an online retailer of hiking and camping gear, such as sleeping bags, sleep pads, camp hammocks, etc. Madera is a partner of Trees.org, which helps plant trees and helps farmers in other countries plant and grow trees as well. Madera is currently supporting projects in Uganda, Senegal, Kenya, Tanzania, and Cameroo with their partnership. Because hammocks need trees, each hammock sold guarantees that two trees will be planted. I picked up a hammock of theirs and look forward to using it on a couple backpacking trips I have planned over the summer. I'm happy to help promote a company that makes a difference.
If you're interested in picking up any of their gear, I will have the opportunity to earn a small commission if you use my link below. Use coupon code MADERA30 for 30% off your order. 💚🌱🌳🌎🏕
EVEREST ICE III $106.77 In Stock at Survive Outdoors.
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New van, new life
1 175 minutes ago
No te lo puedes perder, pronto vivirás la experiencia "feliz y pico" 2019.. CAsí casi te estaré compartiendo cápsulas y también en YouTube podrás acompañarme en la travesía.
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We didn’t know what we were missing until we brought chairs along us on this tour. Really. It changes the experience completely!
We had considered it a long time ago but found then bulky or heavy. This was until we met a danish lady touring in Kyrgyzstan and sitting comfortably by a yurt on her @helinox zero chair. It’s so light and minimal. Every gram is worth it!
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I’m gonna get a little honest here. 6 years ago I had never really been camping before. Yeah, I did the Girl Scout camping in the giant tent and had breakfast at the log.
But real camping, cooking and eating outside, camping in all types of weather including high humidity and freezing temps, waking up at the crack of dawn and going to bed super early and the long talks around the campfire. That type of camping, it wasn’t until I met Wes that I got to discover the magic of real camping.
Our first camping trip together was just after we were married in McCormick State Park for a tearjerker event and after that first night, I was hooked. Even so much to proposal that for our honeymoon that we would go camping for that (we ended up going to Colorado Springs for a week). I fell in loved with the quiet. The simplicity of camping, how it seems to recharge you, take out all the bad energy and replace it with good. It satisfies you but also leaves you planning your next trip before you even departure. Camping is just good for the soul.
Unless your camping in a total rain and mud fest. That doesn’t recharge anyone. -Megan hiker trailer Indiana.
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Meet my fellow friends-hikers: Alexis, Hector, and Miguel. Initially, we had planned to hike only two of us, however, we reached out to an old friend of ours, and he was definitely up to the challenge. Miguel was the last recruit of the group, we met him at Oasis Visitor Center and was planning to hike all by himself up to 7-mile camp. Good thing we all hiked together and became really good friends along the way.
The Catskills mountains...My home away from home. You make me so happy especially when I’m jumping into your waterfalls ❤️ This is where I fell in love with cliff jumping... Have you been to The Catskills???? 📸: @asia_malasia