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Lewis N. Clark is Selected as a Top Outdoor Blog

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Lewis N. Clark has been named a top outdoor blog by CreditDonkey for 2017. From their website:

At CreditDonkey, we're constantly shopping for the latest outdoor gear. And as part of our research, we've come across so many bloggers out there who share this passion. Some are as useful as a canteen without water. Instead, follow the bloggers below for the very best tips and observations from the great outdoors.

Lewis N. Clark's blog is packed with camping tips, travel stories, and advice for touring some of the greatest destinations on earth.

Why Lewis N. Clark is a Top Outdoor Blog: Avid travelers and nature lovers will find tons of inspiration for their next camping trip, international adventure, or road trip on this blog.


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Visiting Hiroshima Peace Park, Miyajima Island, and Himeji Castle

When people come to Japan, they often focus on the largest or most well-known cities such as Tokyo or Kyoto, but there are some other great historical sites and scenic places to visit as well. Here's what we recommend.HiroshimaYou'll find a variety of accommodations in Hiroshima, and our hotel seemed luxurious compared to the sparse [...]

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Navigating Buenos Aires, Argentina (Part 2)

As part 2 of our series on how to navigate Buenos Aires, you'll learn even more about what to expect when you explore the city. See part 1 for information about introducing yourself and public transportation.Walking Around (continued)Regarding getting lost, locals are somewhat hesitant to help at first because they think you’re trying to sell them something, [...]

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Interview with Aaron Wolf, Founder of Adventures Accessed

Meet Aaron Wolf, a business owner and one of Lewis N. Clark's brand ambassadors. Aaron is someone who took his love of nature and transformed it into a business. As Owner and Lead Guide at Adventures Accessed, he regularly goes backpacking, rafting, camping, and more. We sat down with him to learn a little bit about how he got [...]

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How to Start a Fire

It can be intimidating to start a fire if you didn't learn how to when you were growing up, but with some patience, practice, and perhaps a little assistance from modern fire-starting products, you can create your own fire as well.Getting StartedIf you’re at a campsite, they’ll likely have a fire pit or fire ring for [...]

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Don’t Wear Jerseys: Futbol in Argentina

Futbol in Buenos AiresThere’s no denying that futbol (or soccer as we call it in the US) is an integral part of many Latinos’ lives. They play it with their friends, they watch it on TV, they attend the games. It could be argued that many people feel their teams are representing the identity of their nations. It could certainly [...]

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Introduction to Tokyo’s Neighborhoods (Part 2)

This is a primer to some of Tokyo’s neighborhoods and areas of interests, including famous attractions, cultural activities, foods, and more. To read about other Tokyo neighborhoods and the rest of Japan, click here.UenoIn Ueno, one of the most famous attractions is the statue of Saigo Takamori, “The Last Samurai.” Even though he’s been dead for a century, [...]

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My World Consisted of My Breathing: A Journey to the Top of Mount Kilimanjaro (Part 5)

This is part 5 of Suzanne’s journey to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in support of the American Foundation for Children with AIDs. To read the rest of the series, click here.We were awoken at 11pm for a meal and a midnight hike. As I explained, I was nervous. I had been working toward this for over [...]

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Tips for Staying Healthy and Happy on Your Camping Trip

Do you like camping but wish it was a more pleasant experience? With just a few adjustments, these little things may make all the difference in the world.1. Consider how you sleep. If you have a lot of back problems, you may want to invest in an air mattress, or if you have neck issues, pack extra pillows [...]

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Patagonia: El Fin del Mundo

Earlier this month a group of 4 friends and I crossed off an item high on our bucket list: Patagonia! Our plan was to see and do as much as we could during our 10 days in Argentina.We started our trip with two quick days in Buenos Aires where we bounced around the city touring the Recoleta Cemetery [...]

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