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Nature Is Never Closed.   Mountains have no governments, no restrictions, no shutdowns.   They have seasons, mysteries, and legacies.   Mount Hood, Oregon (originally named Wy’East) features the longest ski season in North America. Olympians, X Games stars, up-and-coming rippers all congregate at Timberline to come shred at the only place with rideable snow in the Western Hemisphere mid-summer.   On August 2nd, many of us were twiddling our thumbs in quarantine, biting at any opportunity to get out and about at a safe distance. A friend and I rented touring gear to ski up and down the Palmer...

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Planet Earth: the roots of our soul. Without her we truly wouldn’t exist. We sustain from her beauty, vegetation and hopefully forgiving heart. I am forever grateful I have been able to experience so much of what the Earth has to offer. I realized at a young age I needed to be outside as much as I could. The thrill of riding my bike through the streets all night, driving through the Badlands at sunset and hiking to camp on the sand dunes of West Michigan was and is everything. Nature is the oldest therapy to date. This beautiful planet...

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For centuries people have brought plants inside to decorate their homes. We have always strived to recreate a natural home environment. Plants definitely have tons of visual eye appeal but they also serve many additional purposes! Studies have proven plants help boost your mood, increase productivity, and even clean indoor air by absorbing toxins while adding life to any room. There are many other positive benefits to growing and caring for plants. One of the most important and impressive to us is how some plants fight toxins in the air. Examples of toxins that can create harmful environments for humans...

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