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Miles of hiking, biking and water trails will lead you through the scenic Cumberland Valley. Learn more about the outdoors in the Valley here: https://www.visitcumberlandvalley.com/things-to-do/outdoor/
OUTdoors! Camp is dedicated to helping Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) youth develop leadership skills, work in collaborative ways, and develop a strong sense of self and community!
At OUTdoors! (aka “Gay Camp”), youth find empowerment in a safe and fun outdoor summer camp environment! We use minimal technology at camp and focus our efforts on good old fashion face to face communication! Camp activities vary and evolve each year and range from educational workshops on topics like “LGBTQ History” and “Non- Violent Communication” to community activities like our 200 person drum circle, horseback riding, and zip-lining!
At OUTdoors! we believe that the true empowerment comes from within an individual, we are here to support and facilitate that process!
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I travel 900 Miles for a 4 day camping trip alone in the Mountains. My adventure sees me hiking up peaks in wind and rain, camping by glacial lakes and on the ridge of one of the tallest peaks in England.
This adventure contains paid advertorial and is sponsored by Subaru.
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Whether you’re in the mood for a canoeing or sailing excursion, taking a nature hike through the woods or playing a round of golf in the summer sun, the Raleigh, N.C., area is the perfect place to spend time outdoors.
The lighting from the sun setting behind the cabin was incredible as I grill a steak on the campfire with a side of potato fries, peppers and onions. It’s great to be cooking outdoors again with my dog now that spring has finally arrived in my neck of the woods. Cali, our golden retriever, watches intently as I barbecue a striploin steak to medium rare while ducks and geese fly around the cabin and land in the stream. Seasoned with garlic, pepper, salt, onion powder and fennel, the meat and huge serving of vegetables is exactly what I needed after a long, hard day working on the log cabin. As the sun sets and a full moon rises through the trees, I light the lanterns and retire to the cottage for the night, ready to get up and continue giving the cabin a facelift. Tune in tomorrow to see part 2 of this week’s video, where I continue working on the exterior of the cabin and then talk about the importance of making sacrifices and working hard when I was in my twenties and thirties in order to fully enjoy freedom in my forties and beyond.
Yesterday’s video (Trail camera videos): https://youtu.be/Syob1G2psas
Log Cabin Build Step by Step Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-UbUksm4nPmy72sCsMtEbyUOr4XojCsG