Gear Up! For Snorkeling

Gear Up! For Snorkeling

Fins for Snorkeling There are two basic types of fins available, open-heel and full-foot. If you dive and snorkel or are serious about snorkeling your way around the world, you will probably want to invest in a good pair of open fins that allow you to wear booties or...
Yeti 30 oz. Rambler Tumbler Product Review

Yeti 30 oz. Rambler Tumbler Product Review

I wanted to hate Yeti. First of all, who in their right mind spends $55 on a cup? And don’t give me that “reusable cups save the planet” crap. It’s stainless steel. Hello? What do you think the carbon footprint of manufacturing that is? I have a...
Camera Bag Review: Too Many Cameras for One Bag?

Camera Bag Review: Too Many Cameras for One Bag?

Not with this camera bag! As much as we all rely on my phone for quick snapshots, there are times when you need real cameras. We carry a minimum of four when we travel, making a camera bag essential. We have tried several varieties, finally settling on this one. Gary...
Kangeaux- Funny Name But an Interesting Product

Kangeaux- Funny Name But an Interesting Product

I am always on the lookout for new travel products. This one definitely has potential, but I have not tried it out yet. It’s like a carabiner clip with Velcro and cord attached that lets you hold and hang almost anything. Could work for hiking, biking, climbing,...
The Columbia Affair- Milan

The Columbia Affair- Milan

I have a crush on Columbia Sportswear. Okay, it’s more than a crush. Way more. I have always been a basic jeans and t-shirt person. My first piece of Columbia was a pink PFG long-sleeve shirt. I wore it out, well not exactly. I still have it; I just don’t...