August 2004

Family Funsports

By BRO Staff | 01 Aug 04
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You’ve turned off the cell phone, put the home renovations on hold, and are ready to head into the woods. The snacks are packed, the kids are loaded in the car, but where are you gonna go? From the best car camping spots to easy-going hiking and whitewater, we’ve got you covered with beta on the best kid-friendly destinations in the Southeast.

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Trips for Outdoor Parents

By Graham Averill | 01 Aug 04
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Maybe you just had your first child and you want to maintain your adventurous lifestyle, or maybe you’re on kid number six and think it’s time to get back into the outdoors. Either way, our panel of expert adventure mommies and daddies dish their secrets to outdoor success with the kids.

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Meet the Neighbors

By Jedd Ferris | 01 Aug 04
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In a time when immigration is a hot button issue, BRO has decided to blur the border lines. Sure, we regularly give you the dirt on outdoor adventure in the Carolinas, Virginias, Georgia, and Tennessee, but now we’re ready to jump the fence and dig into the playgrounds of our neighboring states.

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The PR Chase

By BRO Staff | 01 Aug 04
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Runners are numbers people. Ask any runner about her personal records ("PRs") and chances are, she’ll be able to rattle off her best times for distances ranging from 5K to marathon—as well as records for a particular trail or neighborhood loop.

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Best of the Blue Ridge

By BRO Staff | 01 Aug 04
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Six years ago when I moved to the Blue Ridge Mountains from Buffalo, New York, I never would have thought it was such an incredible place to live, train, and experience the outdoors. More often than not raves are about places like Boulder or other such destinations out West. What I discovered when I arrived here was a gem…

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Re-Joyce in Kilmer Wilderness Solitude

By BRO Staff | 01 Aug 04
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Afraid of crowds at Joyce Kilmer Forest? Fear not. Most of Kilmer is remote, remarkable, and relatively unused.

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