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Cross Country Kid Date
Do you get the wintertime blues? I have found the solution--get outside. It sounds basic, but it is true. You will be happier, your kids will be happier if you spend time outdoors in the winter. Here's a simple date I took with my ten-year-old son. A couple hours cross-country skiing, a grocery-store donut and both of us felt so good.
What Do I Do with My Expedition Flag?
I'm so glad you asked! An Expedition Flag can be used in so many ways. Here are just a few: Take it with you on trips for photos at destinations. This is the first idea we had when creating Expedition Flag Co. Explorers have carried flags to the highest peaks, the north and south poles, and even the moon. Make your own adventure club with family, friends, your dog, or even just on your own and celebrate making it to a place you've always wanted to see. That place might be 20 minutes away from your own home, but you've never...
It Only Took 17 Years . . .
Hiking with kids can be tough, but if you keep the long game in mind, it will eventually pay off. Find out our top five tips for hiking with kids.
We all want to leave our mark. It's a basic human desire. This is why the National Parks have logs for people to sign before and after hikes. But historical behaviours by early explorers or indigenous peoples is now nothing more than graffiti on our beautiful landscapes. It's a sign of selfishness and short-sightedness. We have better substitutes including cameras, social media, and dare I say Expedition Flags to help us record our travels in the wilderness and share them with each others.