No boat? No problem. For $5 an hour, rent one of the park’s new sit-on-tops that, unlike most sit-on-tops, slices through the water. Explore the 150-acre lake and its coves, or paddle under Avent Ferry Road into a wetlands fed by Walnut Creek. The paddling is exposed but convenient, and if you can’t get out on the weekend, check a boat out in the evening after work. Nice way to wind down the day and accomplish a summer paddle.
I’m loving the fabric of this super soft hoodie. I never want to take it off!
These moderately priced insoles are a great upgrade for any hiking shoe.
I wear my Arizona’s ALL the time. I can’t wait to get a new color this Spring!
This is such a good value. A lightweight 1 person tent for a great price. I like it for solo missions to fish or for section hikes on the AT. With social distancing a thing, bringing your own tent on a trip with buddies makes a lot of sense.
I love these and wear them around for everything from a walk around the neighborhood to a quick workout and anything in between.