Your 2020 Father's Day Gift Guide

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This Father's Day may be a bit different for a lot of us. For many people, going and seeing family may not be an option. Luckily, we can still go and enjoy the great outdoors! If your dad is a lover of all things outdoors, then we've got some gear that he is going to love.
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10 Tips for Beginner Grillers

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Summer is the season for grilling. In our opinion, there's no better way to cook than over a fire, be it charcoal or logs. So grilling is a no-brainer! Here's 5 tips to help you grill up the perfect meal this summer.
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4 Taco Tuesday Taco Recipes

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Today isn't just Taco Tuesday, it's also Cinco de Mayo! Since we aren't able to celebrate as we usually do, we figured we can still celebrate with some homemade tacos. We've got four delicious recipes for you to try today or any day. One is a fast and fun twist on a traditional taco, one is a slow cooker meal, one is a quick and tasty meal for the whole family, and the last one puts a fresh, bright spin on a California inspired taco.
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10 Beginner Vegetables To Grow At Home

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One thing is for sure, we're in uncertain times right now. Food is a big concern, especially fresh foods. So why not grow your own? It isn't too late to get started on a home vegetable garden. You can even buy already started plants if you don't want to risk sprouting your own seeds. All you'll need is some large pots, or a space in your yard that gets plenty of sun, some gardening soil, and the vegetables of your choice.
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Starting A Fire With Wet Fuel

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Picture this, you're out in the woods, the camp is made, and you're ready to start up a fire and cook dinner. As you search the surrounding area for kindling, all you can find is wet wood. No big deal, there must be a dry area with some solid fuel you can use. You search for a few more minutes with no luck and look down at the wet firewood in your hand. It looks like this is all you have. So what can you do?
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