Here at Intervine we take our camping seriously, you already knew that right? Well one of the few things we take more seriously is our view on reducing waste, single use plastics and how we can camp with less of a carbon footprint. We have been getting a lot of questions on how we reduce our waste when camping and for eco camping tips. So we thought we would share them with you and together we can help the world breathe a little easier.
For this week's blog we would like to focus on the 5 best places to camp in Fall. We touched on the last blog (read here) why camping on Labour day can be great, which it is, however we focussed mainly on New England and the renowned colors of the fallen leaves. Now we would like to share with you some of our favorite spots to camp during the Fall months outside of New England.
September. What a month, typically signaling the end of summer and the start of Fall as the nights start to close in and the leaves start to change colour. The best month of the year for me. Starting off with a national holiday, the weather is still great, in fact not too hot and not too cold, some say perfect. It is also likely that this will be the last trip you take before the holiday season comes with the colder weather for most of you reading this which makes it all the more enjoyable.
Here at Intervine we are outside a lot. Like really, a lot. Perhaps this is why our team is so relaxed, stress free (mostly) and in general terms have great levels of mental health. Being outside in nature is not just beneficial for our bodies by burning calories left, right and centre but in fact equally important to maintaining your mental health.
We LOVE the outdoors here at Intervine, we breathe it, we live in it, we sleep in it and we eat in it too. Although the last part can be both the most rewarding and the most troublesome. Because of this we decided to share some of our favourite one pan recipes and other useful tips. Let's dive right in!
The official hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin (the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico) runs from 1st of June to the 30th of November. Generally the peak of the season is from mid-August to late October, however strong hurricanes can occur anytime in the hurricane season.
How well do you know the US national parks? There are over 400 national park sites in the United States. They span across more than 84 million acres in each state and extend into the territories, including parks in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam.
Summer is here! The smell of fresh cut grass is lingering in the air, your swimsuits are in rotation drying on the line, the bbq is on and the smell of freshly skewered vegetables and chicken take over the backyard. Longer days filled with sunshine and beautiful evenings spent taking walks and eating outside are finally here and THIS is what life is all about.