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Showering

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on Showering

Showering was the very most important thing during our camping trips in Skykomish. The camping trip, which lasted from August 2nd to the 6th required trail work and hiking which made it very tiring

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The Wildland Fire Engine

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on The Wildland Fire Engine

Imagine if your car was big, white and nice, had electrical outlets, cell phone signal boosters, WIFI, high seats, tons of buttons and switches, MREs (Meals, Ready to Eat), and was just all-around awesome.

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A Five Minutes Shower

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on A Five Minutes Shower

What do you want the most when your body is covered with dirt and additional massive amount of mosquito bites? The first day we arrived at the camping area was eased with some excitements.

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The Chinese Heritage Tour, What We See, Learn, and Think!

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on The Chinese Heritage Tour, What We See, Learn, and Think!

I am Qingci, an oncoming senior at Roosevelt High School. I like doing photography, play badminton and I enjoy this trip! The U.S. Forest Service and the Wing Luke Museum sponsored a seven-day Chinese Heritage Tour

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Yoga on the River

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on Yoga on the River

Yoga on the river was a relaxing and calming workout after eight hours of working on trails, pulling weeds, and painting a fire lookout. Starting August 2 until August 6, 2010, the Wilderness Inner-City

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Hiking

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 1

Do you think you’re always forgetting something every time you go hiking? Well, listen up, because I am here to help you out! What do you need the most?! Food! Bring snack items or

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Sweet are the Uses of Adversity

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on Sweet are the Uses of Adversity

My name is MingFeng Lei, and I have other name is Kelly Lei. I am from China, I came to the United States about 2 years. I am 16 years old. I am a

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What to Bring on a Camping Trip?

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on What to Bring on a Camping Trip?

Camping gives you a chance to be with nature, but do you have the right materials to survive in the Wild? Having the right materials and things will give you a better experience with

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The Tour

Guest Contributor September 1, 2010 Comments Off on The Tour

The U.S. Forest Service and the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian American Experience sponsored the Chinese Heritage Tour from July 20 – 26. For me, it was a vast scope of experiences. From

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