Camping

Nalgene Water Bottles – The Original

What makes Nalgene water bottle so perfect? To start they are BPA Free, lightweight, shatter resistant, leak proof and made in the U.S.A. Also, resist to bacteria, stains and do not absorb odors. You can actually pour boiling water into them and they’re dishwater safe.

So when looking for the perfect Water Bottle solution that safely travels with you wherever you go look no further than your local Central Florida Al’s Army Navy stores.

Nalgene Water Bottles, sold in stores now and online at www.alsarmynav.com

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See that lime green one in the middle of the photo? It glows in the dark!

At all Al’s Army Navy locations Orlando, Altamonte Springs and Sanford.

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No Need to Fear, Adventure Dog is Here!

Most pet owners would do anything to keep their pets happy and healthy. The people at Adventure Medical Kits must be pet owners, too, because they have a product line made specifically for dogs!

The Adventure Dog Series of First Aid Kits has three offerings: the basic Heeler, the more advanced Trail Dog, and the all-encompassing Me & My Dog. Ranging in price from $10-$50, the Adventure Dog Series is an affordable, must-have addition to any pet owner’s family emergency plan.

 

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How You Can Prevent The Spread of Zika in Florida

UPDATE: As of August 10th, 2016, there have been 328 CDC-confirmed cases of Zika virus in Florida, with 6 of them being acquired locally.

It’s February, and 50°F outside, yet a case of Zika virus has been confirmed in nearby Osceola County. The rest of the country is still frigid, but Florida remains vulnerable, since mosquitoes are the main transmitter of the virus. What can you do to help prevent the spread? Continue reading

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How to make a Paracord Bracelet

Supplies Needed:

  1. 550 Cord
  2. A lighter
  3. A tape measure
  4. A paracord buckle of your choice
  5. A pair of scissors

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A Few Things to Add to My Camping Pack…

Ok, more than a few.   More like seven. Continue reading

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3 things I Learned on my First Camping Trip

Ft Wilderness Spanish Moss

Sunset at Ft. Wilderness

In my opinion, Ft. Wilderness is THE place to have your first camping experience, especially if you’re spoiled and urbanized like I am. Continue reading

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Disregard Work, Acquire Camp Supplies

Camping checklist= checked.

  • Tent: Texsport 3-Person Hayden Tent
  • Sleeping Bag: Coleman Trinidad Sleeping Bag (40°F to 60°F)

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Happy Birthday Yellowstone!

In 1872, President Grant signed the Act of Dedication, creating Yellowstone National Park.  It is the World’s first National Park, paving the way for land conservation efforts around the world. Continue reading

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Basic Camping Prep Part 1

I have a confession to make.

I’m not an avid camper. In fact, when I go to Disney’s Fort Wilderness next week, it will be my first overnight camping experience. I’ve been there before, but after work, hanging out around a fire, not unlike a backyard get-together. As the night goes on, I go back home (about 20 minutes from the park), and fall asleep in my nice, comfy bed.

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