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Goat yoga review: Everything you need to know

Goat yoga review: Everything you need to know

Will the goats poop on my yoga mat? Answers to this and to all your other most burning questions In this PDX goat yoga review.

14 Travel shows to binge watch when you can’t travel

14 Travel shows to binge watch when you can’t travel

A comprehensive list of travel shows to binge watch this weekend and where to stream these shows, all from the comfort of your own couch.

41 Perfect Must-Have Travel Gift Ideas for Her

41 Perfect Must-Have Travel Gift Ideas for Her

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Christmas is just around the corner, and I’ve got the perfect list of travel gift ideas for her – your sister, your mother, your best friend, or your lover – just in time for the holidays! Ok, now some of these products I’ve tried myself and swear by. Others, I haven’t tried yet, but I want to!

1.Travel Subscription Box

Give a gift that keeps on giving all year round—a travel subscription box! Check out these amazing travel subscription box ideas from The Travel Sisters.

2. Scratch Off Map of the World

This is such a epic gift. We have one of these framed and hanging on our wall, and it’s such a fun way to document our travels together.

Scratch The World ® Travel Map – Scratch Off World Map Poster – X-Large 23 x 33 – Maps International – 50 Years of Map Making – Cartographic Detail Featuring Country & State Borders

3. Travel Planner

Lamare Travel Journal For Women – Cute Travelers Notebook, Scrapbook I Camper, Roadtrip & Vacation Journal – Great and Fun Travel Gift, Undated

4. Bucket List Journal

Letterfolk Bucket List Passport Journal — Pocket-sized Experience Book (3.5″ W x 5.5″ H)

5. The Rainbow Atlas

The Rainbow Atlas: A Guide to the World’s 500 Most Colorful Places (Travel Photography Ideas and Inspiration, Bucket List Adventure Book)

6. Pack This! Packing List Notepad

Knock Knock Pack This! Pad Packing List Notepad, 6 x 9-inches

7. Adventure Awaits Canvas Tote

CARAKNOTS Adventure Awaits Bride Gifts Bridal Shower Gifts for Bride Bag Wedding Engagement Bachelorette Party Farewell Graduation Gifts Friends Gfits for Women Shoulder Bag with Inner Pocket Canvas

8. Pop Fashion Infinity Scarf

Shop Pop Fashion – Arrow Pattern Infinity Scarf with Hidden Zipper Pocket to store Phone, Keys, and Wallet

9. Fujifilm Instax Mini

Ok, this is one I received as a gift one year, and I love it! I use it at parties, special events, and vacations. It’s a gift that keeps giving – the photos make great souvenirs with a retro vibe.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Camera with Fujifilm Instant Mini Film (60 Sheets) Bundle with Deals Number One Accessories Including Carrying Case, Selfie Lens, Photo Album, Stickers (Sky Blue)

10. Wanderlust Wall Art

Wanderlust Definition Wall Art Poster Inspirational Typography Home Decor Print Minimalist Motivational Art Poster 8x10inch Unframed

11. “I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list” Women’s T-Shirt

Women Camping T Shirts Hiking T Shirts I Haven’t Been Everywhere Cute Tshirt Hike Outdoors Short Sleeve Tee Top Grey

12. Birkenstocks

Last big vacation, I brought three pairs of shoes with me. Two pairs of tennis shoes and my birks. I don’t think I put the tennis shoes on even once – my birks were so comfy! I swear I won’t leave home without them again.

Birkenstock Gizeh Birkibuc Mocha Birkibuc 40 (US Women’s 9-9.5) Regular

13. Travel Rucksack

Slim Laptop Backpack for Women, Fashion Travel Rucksack College School Bookbag

14. Packing Cubes

Packing Cubes for Travel 7 Pcs w/ Laundry Bag, Toiletry Bag for Travel Women Waterproof Cosmetics Makeup Organizer

15. Laundry Bag

MIAMICA Laundry Bag, Assorted Styles, White, One Size, M50005

16. Wanderlust Compass Necklace

Wanderlust Compass Graduation Sterling Silver Necklace 18” Length

17. Travel Jewelry Box

RIRO Small Travel Jewelry Box for Women Girls, Portable Jewelry Organizer Display Storage Case for Earring Ring Necklace (Blue-M)

18. Travel Cosmetic Bag

ibeacos Makeup Bag Travel Cosmetic Bag for Women Cute Makeup Case Large Leather Cosmetic Train Case Organizer with Adjustable Dividers for Cosmetics Make Up Tools Toiletry Jewelry,Rose gold

19. Hair Towel Wrap

Another one of my all-time favs. Typically, if I have a tool that can serve multiple purposes, I call that good enough. I don’t like to have a gadget for everything. It’s too much clutter.

But my husband is the king of all gift givers. He seems to know what I’m going to love better than I know myself. He got this hair wrap for me one year and now I can’t live without it!

And here’s why I can’t live without it. My hair dries faster. The towel sits far more secure than a normal towel and is far less awkward or bulky. This is a must-have item, especially for anyone with long hair.

Scala Microfiber Rectangle Hair Towel Wrap – Magic Instant Quick Dry Turban Twist for Women. Anti Frizz Curly, Straight, Color Treated, Hair. (2 Pack)

20. Sephora Cleansing and Exfoliating Wipes

Again, this is another item I thought I could live without. Until I tried it. It’s so refreshing first thing in the morning, and gives me an extra little pep in my step. This ones going in my carry on bag next time to use as a post-flight pick-me-up!

SEPHORA COLLECTION Cleansing & Exfoliating Wipes ROSE 25 WIPES

21. Drunk Elephant Travel Size Skin Care Essentials

Drunk Elephant Littles Night Out Evening Skin Kit – Night Skin Care Set. Beste No. 9 Jelly Cleaner, T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum, B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum, Protini Peptide Cream

22. Love Beauty and Planet Shampoo Bar

I tried this shampoo bar out of curiosity, and it worked just like normal shampoo – lathered up great and everything. And it lasts far longer than the small travel size bottles of shampoo, without the plastic waste, which is a win-win for me!

Love Beauty And Planet Blooming Color Shampoo Bar for Color Treated Hair Murumuru Butter & Rose Color Vibrancy 4.0 oz

23. Love Beauty and Planet Dry Shampoo

Again, another must-have item for those early mornings when you don’t have time for a full hair wash and style.

Love Beauty And Planet Volume & Bounty Dry Shampoo, Juicy Grapefruit, 8.6 Ounce

24. Travel Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat Foldable 1/16 Inch Thick Non-Slip Travel Yoga Mat Cover Pad Sweat Absorbent Soft Lightweight Exercise Workout Mat with 96 inch Stretch Band Strap for Yoga Pilates and Fitness (Gradient Color)

25. Portable Travel Size USB Essential Oil Diffuser

It can be difficult to sleep well away from home. Plus, invariably, someone always ends up under the weather when we travel. We found having a travel essential oil diffuser was indispensable. We’ve diffused peppermint for nausea, eucalyptus for better breathing, and lavender for better sleep.

Actpe Portable Travel-Size USB 100ml Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser Ultrasonic Air Humidifier Ultrasonic Cool Mist for Car Bedroom Baby Kids Home Office Spa

26. Portable Charger

Don’t leave home without this! When you’re out on the go from dawn to dusk, there’s not always time to sit and charge your phone. This allows me to stay in touch with my travel buddies and take photos all day long, without a pause.

10000mAh Q Portable Charger, Ultra Slim USB C Power Bank, 4 Output Dual Input External Battery Pack with Built-in AC Wall Plug,Built in Micro and USB C Three Cables Compatible with All mobilephone

27. Pop Socket

World Map Pink White Adventure Travel Wanderlust PopSockets PopGrip: Swappable Grip for Phones & Tablets

28. Digital Luggage Scale

Digital Luggage Scale Gift for Traveler Suitcase Handheld Weight Scale 110lbs

29. Travel Outlet Adapter

DANDELION Travel Adapter Outlet Adapter Traveler Accessory Universal Wall Charger 2 USB Ports (UK, USA, AU, Europe, Asia) International Power Plug Adaptor for Multiple Socket Type C, A, I, G (Black)

30. Stainless Steel Travel Utensils

AARAINBOW 6 Pieces Stainless Steel Flatware Set Portable Reusable Cutlery Set Travel Utensils Set Including Chopsticks Knife Fork Spoon Straws Cleaning Brush Dishwasher Safe (Rose Gold)

31. Adventure is Calling Coffee Mug

Adventure Is Calling Ceramic Campfire Coffee Mug – Campfire Gift Mug For Happy Camper – Outdoor Backpacking Mountain Camper Mugs Lovers – Cool Gifts for Friends, Moms- Perfect Christmas + Holiday Gift

32. LifeStraw Water Filter Bottle

LifeStraw Go Water Filter Bottle with 2-Stage Integrated Filter Straw for Hiking, Backpacking, and Travel, Blue (LSGOV2CR45)

33. A Cook’s Tour: Global Adventures in Extreme Cuisines by Anthony Bourdain

A Cook’s Tour: Global Adventures in Extreme Cuisines

34. No Reservations: Around the World on an Empty Stomach by Anthony Bourdain

No Reservations: Around the World on an Empty Stomach

35. World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain, Laurie Woolever

World Travel: An Irreverent Guide

36. The Travel Book: A Journey Through Every Country in the World

The Travel Book: A Journey Through Every Country in the World (Lonely Planet Travel Guide)

37. Lonely Planet’s Where To Go When

Lonely Planet’s Where To Go When 1

38. Trekking the World: A family board game

Trekking The World: A Family Board Game from The Creators of Trekking The National Parks | Perfect for Ages 8+ | One of The Best Board Games for Family Game Night

39. Trekking the National Parks

Trekking The National Parks: The Award-Winning Family Board Game Created by a Family Who Visited All The National Parks | Perfect for Ages 8+ | One of The Best Board Games for Family Game Night

40. Antique World Map 1,000 piece puzzle

Educa Antique World Map 1000-Piece Puzzle , Brown

41. Vintage Travel Tickets 500 piece puzzle

Vintage Travel Tickets 500 Piece Puzzle

If you’ve tried one of these gift ideas, I’d love to hear your honest opinion. Love it? Hate it? Tell me about it! If you have more travel gift ideas for her that you swear by, tell me about that too. And when all the holiday shopping is done, I hope you have yourself a merry little Christmas!

In the mean time, if you’re looking for more travel inspiration, check out Clarice’s Travel Bucket List.

Beyond Van Gogh Portland: walking out of a painting

Beyond Van Gogh Portland: walking out of a painting

Beyond Van Gogh Portland: why you need to see it before it’s gone, and everything you need to know before you go.

The Ultimate Guide to Christmas lights in Oregon 2021

The Ultimate Guide to Christmas lights in Oregon 2021

Where to see Christmas Lights in Oregon for the 2021 holiday season, from Portland to Salem to the Coast, everything you need to know.

10 PNW travel blogs you need to read in 2022

10 PNW travel blogs you need to read in 2022

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The Pacific Northwest (PNW) is a region in the United States unlike any other. Moody, wild, and green, the potential for adventure here is limitless. And there’s so much more to the PNW than Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver.

That’s why I’ve rounded up 10 of the top PNW travel blogs you need to be reading in 2022. Each of these blogs bring their own unique voice and perspective to the conversation. And I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

The Clever West Wind

A year abroad in Germany, 11 countries, and 11 US states. A modest start, but it was only meant to be the beginning to exploring all corners of the globe. Clarice started her travel blog, The Clever West Wind, in November 2019 intending to share her travels with her readers. And then 2020 happened. (Cue dramatic music.)

The pandemic taught us all to adapt, whether we liked it or not. And Clarice faced the decision to abandon her new travel blog or adapt and grow. Choosing the latter, she redirected her blog’s focus to be a PNW travel blog. Which sometimes covers foreign destinations.

Clarice enjoys rainy days, learning new languages, books, and tea. Born and raised in the PNW, she also loves exploring the outdoors and hiking. She’s here to bring you the low-down on what to do and see in the PNW.

You can follow her on major social media platforms at @thecleverwestwind or @cleverwestind. Get started by checking out her post Barefoot in the Portland Lan Su Chinese Garden.

Flannels or Flip Flops - PNW Travel blog

Flannels or Flips Flops

Behind the Name

Chantelle is the writer behind the travel blog Flannels or FlipFlops. While the name is a mouthful, it is full of meaning.  Chantelle was born and raised in California. Growing up she loved the California weather and lifestyle (FlipFlops).

About 11 years ago Chantelle and her 3 sons moved to Washington where they had to adapt to a new lifestyle completely. The rainy weather and gloomy skies took some getting used to. She then met her (now) husband who was raised in Washington and together they started hiking and exploring the beautiful PNW. Slowly, and begrudgingly Chantelle came to love and accept this new life as her own (Flannels).

Flannels or FlipFlops also encompasses Chantelle’s love of travel.  She will go anywhere and wants to see it all from the highest snowiest peak to the most tranquil hidden beach, so again Flannels or FlipFlops. 

Behind the Woman

Chantelle has 3 now-grown boys who she raised as a single mom.  Her oldest will be married soon and she is so excited to officially have a daughter! She worked as a Dental Hygienist to support them while they were growing (and eating everything).  Now that they are older and need her attention and support less she has finally been able to focus on her own passions and dreams.  

She started Flannels or FlipFlops about a month before the pandemic (great timing for a travel blog), and has recently become a Travel Advisor as well.  While the blog does feature many places she has traveled, there is a huge focus on the PNW.  She truly has fallen in love with this area and loves to share her favorite parts of it so that others will come to love it too.  One of her favorite posts is The best beaches in Washington State because it takes her natural love of the beaches and shows how even though PNW beaches are different, they are still incredibly beautiful and must be explored! 

Chantelle has travel goals of visiting every continent, visiting every US State, and every US National Park.  She’s also a Disney nut, coffee addict, essential oil lover, and toad trip junkie.  Be sure and follow along to see what she is up to next! 

Life of the Pilot’s Wife - PNW travel blog

Life of the Pilot’s Wife

Emily is a Portland based travel and lifestyle blogger. She is often road tripping with her gold doodle pup, Milo or flying with her pilot husband. On her account and blog she shares how you can travel more, with your dog and travel secrets from a pilot’s wife.

She loves to show cool places to visit and stays around the PNW, as well as unique spots to visit around the world. She’s been to 13 countries and hopes to make it to more soon! Her dream destinations are New Zealand, Peru, Turkey and England. Some of her favorite places she’s visited have been Iceland, Thailand and Banff National Park.

Check out her blog Life of the Pilot’s Wife. A great place to start is with her post about The Total Twilight Experience: Forks, Washington.

Wild Oregon Girl - PNW travel blog

Wild Oregon Girl

Renee Anderson, AKA WildOregonGirl, is a native born Oregonian with a passion for hiking, healing, and the magic of the earth. Seeking serenity and sobriety, Renee’ found herself on a 1,500 solo journey across Oregon. 

Wild Oregon Girl is a collection of photos, narratives, and history about the places Renee’ has found peace in Oregon. Her travels have been an essential part of her mental health journey. 

Renee’s voice is real, she shares the ups and downs of life with an invisible disability while exploring Oregon and its boundless beauty. Get started reading and following along on her journey with her post Misery Ridge Trail.

The Mandagies - PNW travel blog

The Mandagies

Berty and Emily Mandagie are commercial photographers and travel bloggers that run the site TheMandagies.com. The Mandagies is a Pacific Northwest travel blog with the goal to help you plan your dream trip to the PNW with professional photography tips along the way. 

Berty and Emily created their travel blog in 2016, documenting their local hiking trails and sharing tips on how to enjoy all seasons in the northwest. Now, their website has grown to one of the leading authorities in the region, with hundreds of thousands of readers getting inspired every month. 

With years of experience in photo and writing, they combine their skills to bring a high-quality blog experience with beautiful imagery and informative writing. You can find them on all social channels at @themandagies, but they are most active on Instagram!  

Maddie Deer - PNW travel blog

Maddie Deer

Maddie’s always loved to travel, but the Pacific Northwest is where she thrives. She loves the moody weather and beautiful hikes. You can drive an hour and a half from the beach and end up in the mountains.

The purpose of her blog is to inspire others to get outside and explore the beautiful world. She features hikes, campsites, and other destinations in the PNW. She also sometimes shares about her life in nursing school, books that are worth reading, and other travel destinations not in the PNW. When she is not blogging, hiking, or studying you can find her at the dog park with her pup or thrifting!

If you live in the PNW and are looking for new hikes, you can check out her post The Best Hikes in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

Jess Wandering

Jess Wandering is a travel blog dedicated to bringing you captivating stories, bucket list destinations, and off the beaten path experiences from near and far. Based in Seattle, she grew up exploring the mountains and hiking trails around the Pacific Northwest. Even though she’s now had the opportunity to travel all over the world, some of her favorite experiences to share are still right here at home!

She started Jess Wandering after being laid off by her law firm where she had been a practicing attorney for a couple years. The logical thing to do would have been to get another job at a different firm – but she knew deep down that’s not what she wanted. As she scrambled to figure out her next chapter, she started spending more time outside, doing the things she had loved as a kid. 

She was spending more and more time outside. Her weekends started to fill up with hiking, camping and road trips to see some of the most visually stunning locations in the Pacific Northwest. Early on, she decided she wanted to share the photos from her favorite places in hopes that they might inspire others to get out and start collecting memorable experiences. Even if it meant only driving a couple hours from home. And the rest is history! 

Wonder Lesch PNW Travel Blog

Wonder Lesch

Erin Lesch is a travel-loving girl from Minnesota who’s currently living in the state of Washington! Her empty nest felt a little bit too empty, so she decided it was time for her to fly away as well. Since her big move to Seattle, she has loved living in the Pacific Northwest. Contrary to the rumours, the weather is not as rainy as you would expect (that’ll be our little secret, though). 

She has discovered a love for exploring amazing adventures both near and far, which prompted her to start her blog, Wonder Lesch. Her blog showcases staycations, vacations, international trips, happy hour finds, great food, better drinks and more. 

On Wonder Lesch, you can read all about the ABCs of her adventures. Discover comic book and pop culture conventions across the United States, to cozy vacation spots and things to do on your next trip. Explore fun and adventure with Erin at Wonder Lesch.

HMG Travels

HMG Travels the World

Heidi is a Seattle area based travel and lifestyle content creator. She started her Instagram and blog, HMG Travels the World back in 2017 as a way to document her travels and ultimately create herself a “diary” of all the places she has traveled to. It has come in handy over the years when her friends and family want to hear all about her trip! Instead of repeating herself 100 times, she can send them a few links to read!

She recently started sharing a lot more reels on her Instagram and it has been a great way to share the “story behind the image” and even a bit more of her personality! 

Some of her favorite places she has traveled to are: French Polynesia, Egypt, Turkey, France, UK, and Singapore!

Babe With a Back Pack - PNW Travel Blog

Babe With a Backpack – Coming Soon!

Fiona Scott became the ‘Babe with A Backpack’as she solo travelled across 100 countries, completed the coast to coast walk in the UK and then ventured into travel writing and content creation. Having returned to her hometown of Vancouver, British Columbia, her explorations are now focused on Canada and the Pacific Northwest, “I just don’t want to miss out on seeing as much as I can in my own backyard…it’s a pretty big backyard!” she laughs. Daring to swim in every body of water that she comes across regardless of the month, Fiona’s sense of vitality comes through in her storytelling and makes most readers pack their own backpack of adventure. Her story of camping in a rainstorm with a forgotten tarp and a stare down with a raccoon is definitely worth an out loud laugh or two.

Although an outdoor enthusiast, her visits to different cities and communities highlight the unique and unknown. In a neighborhood museum on Vancouver Island, she discovered an exhibit piece missing a descriptive explanation. With the volunteer museum aide by her side, the afternoon turned into a treasure hunt into the dusty archives. They uncovered more mystery than history, but the sense of contribution and connection made the story warm the heart.

Fiona’s curious mind and sense of determination in learning about her environment make her adventures and misadventures an energizing read. Her travel writing has been featured in TimeOut, Wanderlust, multiple Canadian tourism boards and travel companies. She is currently completing a children’s exploration series covering every province and territory, in addition to bringing back the Babe With A Backpack blogging site. 

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Travel insurance: how to keep your vacation stress free

Travel insurance: how to keep your vacation stress free

Why I’ll never travel without travel insurance again, and why I purchase my policies through Travel Insurance Master

102 Best Travel Quotes to Inspire your Wanderlust in 2022

102 Best Travel Quotes to Inspire your Wanderlust in 2022

A compilation of favorite travel quotes to inspire your wanderlust and get you day dreaming about your next adventure.

13 John Muir Quotes for the Adventurer at Heart

13 John Muir Quotes for the Adventurer at Heart

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I first became aware of who John Muir was when I found myself enraptured by one of his quotes. Many great John Muir quotes are iconic. They are so simply stated, and yet, so deeply profound. And his writings tend to take on a spiritual quality towards nature, and truly speak the heart of an adventurer. But before we get into John Muir quotes, who was the guy?

Who Was John Muir?

“John of the Mountains” Muir, farmer, naturalist, sheepherder, conservationist, inventor, environmental philosopher, explorer, botanist, zoologist, writer, glaciologist, “patron saint of the American wilderness.” That’s quite an impressive resume.

Born April 21st, 1838 in Dunbar, Scotland, John Muir migrated to the United States with his family in 1849. Later, at the age of 29, he sustained an eye injury while working in a carriage parts shop, leaving him blind for a month. Upon regaining his vision, he turned his sight, his energy, and his life towards nature and the outdoors.

During his lifetime, he traveled to Alaska, Australia, South and Central America, Africa, Europe, China, and Japan. He also married and had two daughters, Wanda and Helen. And he held company with men like Ralph Waldo Emerson and President Theodore Roosevelt.

Then, he passed at the age of 76, in Los Angeles, California, on December 24th, 1914. He left behind him a legacy that touches us all, having written 300 articles and 12 books, founded the Sierra Club, and played a central role in creating our National Parks System. John Muir Day is now celebrated on April 21st in both Scotland and California.

Father of our National Parks

John Muir was involved in founding Yosemite, Sequoia, Mount Rainier, Petrified Forest, and Grand Canyon National Parks, and is therefore considered the father of our National Parks. So I find it rather fitting that Earth Day is just one day after his birthday. Our national parks are truly a great treasure, and one day I hope to see them all.

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity; and that mountain parks and reservations are useful not only as fountains of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains of life.”

John Muir

If the sentiment of this John Muir quote was true during his time, it is even more so now.

TIP: If you’re also dreaming of visiting all 63 of America’s National Parks, hop on over to my friend’s blog Flannels or Flip Flops for a planning guide!

John Muir Quotes

To celebrate his birthday, I’d like to highlight some of my favorite John Muir quotes. Many of them, I’m sure you’ve heard, maybe without even knowing who to attribute them to. This first quote carries so much more weight, now knowing he spent a month of his life blind.

1.“The world is big, and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark.”

2. “The mountains are calling and I must go.”

John Muir Quote

3. “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.”

4. “Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.”

5. “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.”

6. “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.”

7. “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.”

8. ”The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”

9. “Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”

10. ”Few places in this world are more dangerous than home. Fear not, therefore, to try the mountain passes. They will kill care, save you from deadly apathy, set you free, and call forth every faculty into vigorous, enthusiastic action.”

11. “Going to the mountains is going home.”

12. “Most people who travel look only at what they are directed to look at. Great is the power of the guidebook maker, however ignorant.”

13. “Only by going alone in silence, without baggage, can one truly get into the heart of the wilderness. All other travel is mere dust and hotels and baggage and chatter.”

Adventurers at Heart

Do you have a favorite John Muir quote not included above? Which John Muir quote speaks to your heart most dearly, and why? Do you have a favorite national park in the United States, or a favorite memory visiting a national park? How will you celebrate Earth Day this year? Share your thoughts and stories below!

For more travel and adventure inspiration, check out my post Top 10 Favorite Travel Quotes.

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13 Epic Things to do in Madrid, Spain

13 Epic Things to do in Madrid, Spain

Epic things to do in Madrid, Spain | Puerta del Sol | Plaza Mayor | Spanish Inquisition Tour | Flamenco | Bull Fight | Prado Museum | Royal Botanical Garden