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Olympic National Park Is A Must-Visit Hiking Destination!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Sep 29, 2015 9:00:00 AM


Olympic National Park is known for it's diverse landscape ranging from coastline to rainforest to alpine meadows. You can start your day with a hike through old growth forests, gazing up at enormous 650 year old spruce trees, and then end it watching the sun set over the Pacific Ocean with your toes buried in the sand. Or you might want to tackle some of the longer, more challenging alpine hikes found at Obstruction Point which offer spectacular views of glacier covered mountain tops.


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Topics: Hiking

Make The Most Of Fall Fly Fishing With The Right Sunglasses

Posted by Adrian Doggrell on Sep 23, 2015 9:37:00 AM

If any of you are fly fishermen, you may already know this, but fly fishing in the fall is amazing. The fish are hungry. The food is plentiful, and the water is usually a bit lower, making the trout easier to spot. Even better is the fact that there is less traffic on the water in fall. Living in Colorado, we share our incredible natural resources with travelers from all over the world. This is a great thing as much of our state makes a living off the tourists, but the overcrowding can also be a bummer. I don’t know if any of you have tried to ski Vail over President’s Day Weekend, but unless you get up on the hill super early, you are going to be waiting in some pretty nasty lift lines. Similarly, you can experience this traffic on the water during the warmer months. Either you are waiting for a parade of rafts to pass, or you are hoping that the goober who beat you to the river will find a new hole. Luckily for us locals, most of these travelers pass through during summer and winter, so we locals have a couple months to ourselves.

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Topics: Sunglasses

Three Pugs Sunglasses That Belong At New York Fashion Week

Posted by Nathan Miller on Sep 11, 2015 11:13:00 AM


With New York Fashion Week heating up, the world is seeing some of the hottest styles for the coming year and the biggest designers from all over that put them together. While some of the looks aren't going to be common for most people, there's always some big developments that influence the fashion world for years to come, all the way from the top brands to your local Target. If nothing else, it's a chance for the elite fashion moguls of the world to come together and share some of their vision with us regular people.

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Looking For The Next Hot Outdoor Adventure?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Sep 3, 2015 12:50:00 PM


affordable sunglassesIf you love the outdoors and feel like you have already explored all the outdoor adventures that exist. You may want to give paddleboarding a try.  Paddleboarding is sweeping the nation and growing in popularity all the time.


Paddleboarding is a water activity that involves standing on a very large surf board and paddling through the water with an oar as you float along on the board. Many local marinas have started renting paddle boarding equipment because it has become so popular.


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Topics: Watersports

Don't Travel Far for Your Next Outdoor Adventure!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Aug 26, 2015 2:57:00 PM


Summer is a great time to take a vacation with your family. The kids are out of school, and the temperatures are nice and warm which means there are lots of fun outdoor activities to enjoy. You've got the affordable sunglasses that your family loves and a car charger for your phone. If you don't have the time or energy to plan a trip far away, why not vacation close to home?


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Topics: Traveler

Five Tips to Dominating Great Smoky Mountain National Park!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Aug 18, 2015 10:03:00 AM


The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is a must-see destination for outdoor lovers of all ages. It also provides some of the best hiking and camping activities anywhere in the country. If you’ve been thinking about planning a visit, here are some things you should know before arriving. Here's five tips to making the most of your time visiting!

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Topics: Hiking

Four Motorcycle Rallies This Fall

Posted by Casey LeBrun on Aug 10, 2015 11:30:05 AM

With the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally coming to an end this week, the summer season of motorcycle rallies ends as well. After 75 years of tradition, Sturgis is perhaps the most well-known rally in the country. Located in Sturgis, South Dakota, it is a great place to stop on your cross country road trip, and also is a destination near many scenic drives.

The small town of Sturgis swelled from 7,000 to over 800,000 people this past year; that’s a lot of bikers looking for a good time. Although the largest one is ending this week, there are still a lot of rallies to go to this fall before the cold weather makes riding not as enjoyable. Pugs has put together a list for you to get the most out of your fall, and help you attend a motorcycle rally before the winter comes.


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The Underground Railroad Trail Combines Outdoor Adventure with History

Posted by Nathan Miller on Aug 3, 2015 8:30:00 AM

The longest bike trail in the United States also contains several sites of historical significance. The Underground Railroad Trail spans more than 2,000 miles, stretching from Mobile, Alabama to Ontario, Canada, and has plenty of opportunity for outdoor adventure along the way.


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Topics: Hiking

The Lowdown on High Quality Camping

Posted by Casey LeBrun on Jul 29, 2015 12:08:36 PM

To fully experience the outdoors more than just a day trip, camping is typically your best option. Camping can be as hard or as easy as you want to make it. Some people like to have a full day of hiking into the backcountry to ensure they are far enough away from civilization, while some like to be able to pull their car into a parking space and set up camp just a few feet away. Depending on your style, you may like to rough it as much as possible or have all the modern conveniences just a few feet away. Whichever camping style you identify with, there are a few ways to get the most out of your camping trip.

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Topics: Camping

The Best Ways to Utilize Your Work Gloves

Posted by Casey LeBrun on Jul 27, 2015 10:48:00 AM

Work gloves are probably not on your mind until you need a pair. In my experience, after a bit of hard work using your hands you start to wish you had brought a pair of work gloves along. After shoveling mulch for hours resulting in blisters, or working with car parts resulting in oil covered hands for days, the job is always easier with a pair of gloves on your hands. After the first taste of few blisters and calluses, many never travel without a pair of work gloves when there is any possibility of some hard work getting done.

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Topics: Gloves


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