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Editor’s Note: Nature’s Balm

Editor’s Note: Nature’s Balm

This month’s cover is an homage to the well-known Lady Bird Johnson quote, “Where wildflowers bloom, so does hope.” This spring, perhaps more than any in recent memory, we are in need of the hope and optimism of the season.

Rejuvenate Your Spirit With a ‘Boulder Bathing’ Trek at Enchanted Rock

Rejuvenate Your Spirit With a ‘Boulder Bathing’ Trek at Enchanted Rock

I was in need of a mental break from the pandemic. During the isolating weirdness of 2020, I was hyper-focused on work projects and spending way too much time on Zoom.

Real Places Conference Resources Page

Thank you so much for attending our session at Real Places! Below are links to the projects and ideas we talked about during the session.

IRMACON Resources Page

Thank you so much for attending our session at IRMACON2020! Below are links to the projects and ideas we talked about during the session.

A Guide to Handling Illness & Injury In The Wilderness

A Guide to Handling Illness & Injury In The Wilderness

Many of us love to get outdoors to escape the confines of our homes and traffic of the city. But with such freedom also comes distance from our medicine cabinets and convenient medical care. Routine maladies such as fevers, cuts, and sprains can be a lot more uncomfortable and distressing when you’re out in the woods without typical medical resources. To help you prepare for an outdoor adventure, we spoke with camping experts about the best items to pack and how to effectively prevent and respond to illness or injury.

5 Remote Retreats in Texas

5 Remote Retreats in Texas

Whether your idea of getting away includes four-star meals or a retro camper in a dense forest, these five escapes promise serenity and seclusion

In Ennis, Wildflowers Beckon Weekenders in Pursuit of Small-Town Charm

In Ennis, Wildflowers Beckon Weekenders in Pursuit of Small-Town Charm

Founded in 1872 by the Houston and Texas Central Railway, Ennis is a product of two pillars of Texas’ 19th-century economy: cotton and the railroad. While Ellis County is no longer a top cotton producer, the railroad still plays a role in connecting Ennis’ thriving manufacturing industry with the world.

10 Tips for Toddlers to Teens

10 Tips for Toddlers to Teens

Summer vacation zoomed by, fortunately the Labor Day holiday happens just in the nick of time.

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