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This Fall Try A New Activity or Hobby

Fall is one of the most perfect times to take in breathtaking views, trying a new activity, or visiting historic towns.  So grab a flannel and explore something new. 

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Whether you want to go for a casual stroll or trek to a summit, there are over 87,000 miles of trails to explore throughout America.  

Hiking is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the outdoors.  All you need is your two feet and a backpack carrying the essentials you need for the day.  You can set your own pace and it’s an activity almost anyone can enjoy

Hiking Fun Facts: 

  • Over 34 million Americans get out and hike each year.
  • Grandma Gatewood was the first woman to solo hike the entire Appalachian Trail in one season.  She was 67.
  • Even a short hike provides numerous health benefits: improved sleep, maintain bone density, reduce stress, releases endorphins. 

Top Pick Hiking Shoes

Good Hiking Shoes Are Important.  They protect your feet against bruising and abrasion from rough terrain, cushion your soles, and provide good traction on a rough, steep, slippery, wet, and muddy terrain.  Plus, make a more enjoyable experience.

ASICS Women’s Gel-Venture 7 Running Shoes For Paved Trails
Merrell Women’s Moab 2 Waterproof Hiking Shoe


There’s nothing that says fall quite like fall baking. Plus, now the temperatures are dropping it feels cozy to turn on the oven.  Here are two recipes that don’t include pumpkin.


Apple Cider Doughnuts

Homemade apple cider donut are cakey and full of flavor. This fall treat requires no mixer.

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Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars

These simple cheesecake squares are delicious and would a hit at any dinner party.

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Visit a Ghost Town

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Grab Your Camera and Take A Road Trip

It doesn’t cost much of anything to take up the hobby of urban exploration or URBEX as many call it. It’s the hobby of exploring and photographing and videotaping abandoned locations.

Read this article to find Ghost Town locations:

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The Creepiest, Coolest Ghost Towns To visit

Imagine walking down a dusty Wild West main street, the doors of deserted buildings flapping in the wind. Picture a closed zoo with no animals, a collection of disused neon signs from long lost Las Vegas businesses or a beach resort that got swamped by mud. Sometimes the relics and ruins of an abandoned community

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