Notes From The Trail

Joshua Tree National park is a vast expanse of diverse desert biomes, sprawling almost 800,000 acres and is just under 30 years old. It’s also a crucial part of the Mojave Desert ecosystem, housing numerous species of mammals, birds, insects and lizards. From palms to Joshua trees themselves, there’s no shortage of eco diversity to be ogled in this beautiful national park in California’s backyard. 
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As some of you may already know, Earth Week (and Earth Day itself) are fast approaching for the later half of April. The specific dates are April 19th-25th with Earth Day taking place on April 22nd. With the trees and flowers blossoming, and the skies clearing up, there’s really no better time of year for us to reflect on the beautiful place we call home. More importantly, examining the effects that our occupancy has on it, and has had throughout history. 

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The Redwoods National Forest is one of the planet's most natural wonders, housing the largest trees we’ve ever seen, and is just North of San Francisco. If you’ve never been to this picturesque playground in nature, we recommend planning a visit. Once you do, be sure to pick up some of our Redwood themed designs, which will keep you cool and dry while you traverse the vast network of titanic trees.
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Horseshoe Bend is a popular site for panoramic views and photographs, and its captivating clear blue waters make you wish you could just dive right into the Colorado River. Considered one of the many natural wonders of the Grand Canyon, did you know you can actually camp at the base of the bend
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