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During his Nordic Skiing misadventures, something happened to Paddy "PaddyO" O'Connell, something he wasn't expecting. He fell in love with Nordorking. Does that mean he's become an expert Nordorker? No, no it does not. He is very, very not good at Nordic Skiing. But sometimes, friends, love looks goofy. Subscribe to REI's YouTube channel to be notified when new episodes publish on Fridays!
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Watch the full series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzQ_M0Z99-s&list=PL7tqTAgUK4UyHoT7hj5ZL_xFynaZAOQY8
Now officially on the second half of their journey, the Trailheads crew leaves Ohiopyle and bikes to the primitive campground at Dravos Landing. Along the way, they learn about the history of coal mining in the area, explore the quaint town of Connellsville and anticipate the possibility of another haunting at the night’s accommodations.
About the series:
Four friends head out on a 150-mile bikepacking adventure from Cumberland, MD to Pittsburgh, PA following the historic Great Allegheny Passage trail. Starting from mile marker 0 in downtown Cumberland, Kelsi, Colin, Anna and Elena bike their way across the Mason Dixon line, over the Eastern Continental Divide, pass through historic Civil War battlegrounds, cross breathtaking bridges and tunnels, experience a haunting and discover new levels of sit bone soreness they were unprepared for.
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Full recipe at: https://www.rei.com/blog/camp/....camp-recipe-autumn-g
Capture the essence of fall with a hearty bowl of gnocchi, pancetta, sage, and pumpkin. Little fluffy lumps of potato goodness, gnocchi is one of our favorite fall dishes. They’re filling, warming, and quick to cook, which makes them perfect for cooking on a late-season camping trip.
Whether you’re riding drop-offs or climbing steeps, your body may take a beating on those early-season rides if you’re not bike-ready. These eight simple exercises shown by Dr. Sam are designed to help you get in physical shape for the season and help prevent maladies common to mountain biking—pain in your knees, wrists and lower back.
In this video, we’ll show you the following exercises:
Walking Lunge with Rotation—1:18
Lateral Ski Jump—1:47
Bridge with Hamstring Curl—2:59
Plank with Single-Arm Row—4:04
At Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), we love to get outside and play, and we know first-hand the importance of quality outdoor gear. We stand behind all our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and we design our own line of award-winning REI brand gear and clothing. Whether you're new to outdoor adventure or a seasoned pro, we gladly share our enthusiasm for our products—and the trails, slopes and waterways where we play. Shop REI.com: https://www.rei.com/ Take a class: https://www.rei.com/learn.html Travel with REI: https://www.rei.com/adventures Learn something new: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice Find a trail: https://www.rei.com/h/adventure-projects Read: https://www.rei.com/blog REI Membership: https://www.rei.com/membership/benefits
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Taking a rain check on a ski day because, well, it's actually raining is becoming a more common reality for many. Host Erin Sullivan takes us on a journey to understand how warming winters are impacting snowsports.
Learn more about climate change misconceptions on the Co-op Journal: https://www.rei.com/blog/snows....ports/in-our-nature-
Watch Episode 1: https://youtu.be/iNrg4tXPWCA
Watch Episode 2: https://youtu.be/l54geRyDCQc
Watch Episode 3: https://youtu.be/OL2Ho_RLxVg
Watch Episode 4: https://youtu.be/xHyyv-9u-E4
About the series:
As a co-op, we believe that a life outdoors is a live well lived. We’re dedicated to protecting and advocating for the lands we love, and that starts with understanding the macro issues and trends that impact these outdoor places and the people who recreate in them. The 'In Our Nature' series is created to help us all become more informed and active stewards of the environment. Have a topic you’d like us to explore? Let us know in the comments below.
Full Recipe at: https://www.rei.com/blog/camp/....campworthy-berry-cob
Watch More Campworthy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJjEmpvPep4&list=PL7tqTAgUK4UzqHfbHjQun19_bozwBj_M5
Recipe: Campfire Berry Cobbler with Ice Cream
Submitted by: Jennifer
Hometown: Medford, OR
What do you love about this recipe?
This is one of our favorite camping dessert recipes. While an adult makes the berry cobbler, put the kids to work on the ice cream. (It also serves as a good chemistry lesson.) This is a pretty simple recipe with surprising results. No one thinks to have ice cream out in the woods while you’re camping let alone with a cobbler!
(*Producers Note: We love this tasty recipe, but please note we try to minimize our use of plastics—and reuse them as much as possible. We encourage our community to do the same, as well as to be mindful of Leave No Trace Principles, http://bit.ly/2J8j2lr, when enjoying this recipe on your next camping trip.)
Do you have an extra unique camp recipe? What makes your camp recipe a stand out? Have you found ways to take complicated recipes and simplify them for the outdoors? Do you have a family favorite that has been passed down through generations? Challenge our hosts to reproduce it and get our community inspired to try it!
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Submit your recipes to [email protected], or in the comments below!
There are no prizes, but if we decide to use your recipe, you agree that we can use your name, hometown and any of the other information you provide without restriction to say more about you and your recipe, why you love it and when and where you last made it.
Pack your cooler, cooking essentials, and lunch for the road.
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Lonnie Bedwell was raised in the small town of Dugger Indiana. It’s where he learned to hunt and fish with his brother, where he signed up for the Navy, where he raised his three daughters and where his life changed forever. In 1997, Lonnie, a US Navy veteran, was shot in a brutal hunting accident.
After the blast, the light drifted down through the trees, dimming as his friend ran through the woods to get help, leaving Lonnie alone. The friend returned and Lonnie survived, but his world would remain dark.
After losing his sight, Lonnie’s faith in his most basic abilities was shaken and depression started to weigh heavy on his life. One day at his home in Indiana his daughter offered to help him mow the lawn. They worked together to help him find his way and Lonnie started to see a future where he could take his life back.
One job at a time Lonnie relearned carpentry, fishing, hunting, and occasionally, he even drove the car. Eventually, Lonnie came across a kayak and fell in love with the challenge of white water. Kayakers know that the threshold for kayaking the Grand Canyon is placed at a thousand rolls. In his backyard pond, Lonnie completed fifteen hundred rolls over a grueling few months. The rest is history as Lonnie set off for the west and became the first blind man to conquer the 226 miles of the Colorado River.
Lonnie has described his blindness as a wall that prevented him from moving forward, from living a full life. As he tells it, kayaking was the door in the wall that opened up to the whole world. After news of Lonnie’s Grand Canyon journey spread throughout the kayak and adaptive sports communities, Lonnie was encouraged to meet with other members of the blind community. After meeting with these people he quickly took on a mentorship role.
Today, Lonnie spends time engaging fellow blind paddlers in the spray and white foam of the Ohioplye and Yellowstone wilderness. He’s driven to lead more men and women to the doorway so that they can create their own vision of the life ahead.
Production Company: Blueline Pictures
Executive Producers: Kevin Weaver & Chelsea Sanders
Producer: Tucker Gragg
Directors: Tucker Gragg & Austin Gardner
Director of Photography: Matt Dillman
Additional Camera Operators: Tucker Gragg & Austin Gardner
Aerial Photography: Ben Frazier
Location Sound and Sound Designer: Ben Frazier
Original Composition: Ben Frazier, JR McIntire, Grace Newlin
Editing: Ben Frazier, Tucker Gragg, Austin Gardner, Kevin Weaver
Colorist: Hector Perez
Motion Graphics: Matt Dillman & Devin Smith
Story Supervisor: Hunter Atkins
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Full recipe at: https://www.rei.com/blog/camp/....camp-recipe-green-cu
Spicy, creamy, and a hint of sweet, this one-skillet green curry has got it all. It combines crispy tofu, hearty veggies, and creamy coconut sauce into a warm bowl of comforting goodness.
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As a co-op we play, teach, protect and come together in—and for—the outdoors. That’s the power of the REI Co-op. 16 million strong and growing. Are you in?
Learn more: https://www.rei.com/h/shared-values
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The experts at REI walk through all the equipment needed to compete in the swimming leg of a triathlon. Check out REI's triathlon shop at: http://bit.ly/reitriathlon
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Paddy "PaddyO" O'Connell begins his Nordic Skiing adventure like any other novice—wearing jean shorts and neon spandex, with absolutely zero knowledge of technique. How will he become a Nordork, you ask? Following an ego-crushing fall, or twelve, he will smile through the difficulty...and use ibuprofen and ice packs. Subscribe to REI's YouTube channel to be notified when new episodes publish on Fridays!
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Backpacking Pasta Primavera
Full recipe at: https://www.rei.com/blog/camp/....backpacking-recipe-p
Fresh veggies and hearty pasta come together to make this backpacking-friendly version of Pasta Primavera. Finding the right balance between healthy and filling can be a challenge when planning your backpacking meals. On one hand, you want to prioritize calories. But on the other, you can only go so long without seeing a vegetable before you start to feel a little strange. This pasta primavera was designed to check both boxes.
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Vegetarian White Bean Chili
Full recipe at: https://www.rei.com/blog/camp/....camp-recipe-vegetari
Sweet and spicy, this vegetarian white bean chili is a lighter alternative to the traditional tomato-based version.
While spicy red chili is our go-to comfort food during the fall, this white bean chili offers a balanced flavor that feels more fitting for summer. It’s the perfect blend of spicy, sweet, and smoky. So if you like the idea of a simple one-pot stew but also want to keep things light, then this white bean chili will be right up your alley!
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Granola Bar Recipe: Make it Your Way
Why settle for what you don’t want when you can have exactly what you do? Here’s a granola bar recipe all that’s all about choices. Because you deserve snacks that you love.
• 1/3 cup crispy brown rice cereal
• 1/3 cup brown rice syrup (or substitute light corn syrup)
• 1/8 tsp fine sea salt
• 2 cups mix-ins
• 2 cups nuts and/or seeds
• 1 and 1⁄2 cups nuts and/or seeds, 1⁄2 cup dried fruit
1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly oil the paper.
2. Sir together the cereal, syrup, salt, and mix-ins.
3. Pour mixture into pan. Use parchment paper to shape the bars into a rectangle.
4. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until lightly browned. Once cool, cut into bars.
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On this episode of Co-op Tested, Co-op Made, we ask: How are sleeping pad durability tests done, and what are the surprising tools used in the process?
At REI we test our gear in the ‘Mag Lab’ – named after the legendary Cal Magnusson who was our first dedicated testing engineer back in the 1970s. Since then we continue to test what we make for quality and durability. Between controlled experiments and getting out there on the trail as a Co-op community, we discover what works and what doesn’t. Great experiences start with the right gear, and testing is at the heart of our design process.
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Level up your winter skills by learning exactly how to get your skis on edge—which allows you ski steeper terrain and take shorter turns. Watch this REI Expert Advice Video and gain confidence before you taking your learnings to the mountain. Plus, our experts provide a drill that will help you get it right once you’re out there.
Visit your local REI store to ask questions, purchase your ski gear or find an Outdoor School course that is perfect for you.
Learn more ski techinques at: https://www.rei.com/learn/expe....rt-advice/snowsports
Learn more about PSIA - AASI at: http://www.thesnowpros.org/
Find REI’s selection of downhill skiing gear at: https://www.rei.com/c/downhill-skiing?r=c&origin=web&ir=category%3Adownhill-skiing&page=1.
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Take an unforgettable multisport adventure in Washington's San Juan Islands. Enjoy whale watching, hiking, biking, sea kayaking and more, all guided by REI experts. Learn more at http://www.rei.com/adventures/trips/namer/smu.html
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Mushroom Pasta Alfredo
Full recipe at: https://www.rei.com/blog/camp/....backpacking-recipe-m
Rich, creamy, and totally filling, this pasta dish is the perfect meal to cap off a day on the trail.
Filled with meaty mushrooms, bright sun-dried tomatoes, and savory bacon bits, this recipe is a lightweight, calorie-dense version of pasta Alfredo. After a long day of hiking, we can think of no better way to refuel than with some hearty Italian-style comfort food!
Stasher bags available here: https://www.rei.com/b/stasher/c/coolers
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We believe that a life outdoors is a life well lived and that we all could use a break from everyday life. We suggest getting outdoors, but if you can't in this moment, we're bringing the outdoors to you. Slip on your headphones and give yourself a quick reprieve. Breathe in, breathe out, and let go.