Adventure in the Heart of the Redwoods

Hundreds of years ago, California was a primitive state. A place where the adventurous would set sail to, where the cowboys found a home, where the gold rush brought forth thousands of eager and ambitious workers. It was rustic and rural, wild and windswept. The California of today doesn’t always necessarily conjure those images. Instead, we tend to think of celebrities and manmade monuments, of beach ready bodies and surfer tans. But there’s a different side to this gargantuan state, somewhere that still holds the mystique and lure that brought pioneers out west years and years ago. The legendary Redwoods forest of Humboldt County is one of the most magnificent places on earth. At least once in your lifetime, you need to walk, explore and soak up the silence and grandeur of a forest unlike any other in the world...
Big Sur

Roughing it in Big Sur

This is the California of your dreams. Highway One wind in your hair, Pfeiffer Beach sand in your toes, the heart of the Pacific in your eyes. Unadulterated lan...
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Icebreaker merino wool is breathable and warm wool without the itchy, I-can’t-stand-it-against-my-skin wool that you grew up with. It’s fantastic comfort and functionality—soft and non-itch, warm in the cold and cool in the heat. It breathes to prevent clamminess, and it has a miraculous ability to ward off stinkiness – you can run a marathon and still smell as sweet as if you just stepped out of the shower.