These days, kids are glued to their electronics more than ever before. It’s easy to say yes to packing these items on a camping trip especially if they’ll help keep your kiddos from misbehaving. But, the whole point of camping is to get outside and enjoy nature, as well as some screen-free time! So we're sharing 15 of our favorite screen-free activities for you and your kiddos to try that will have them forgetting you left their bag of electronics at home!
(photo by Ariel Tyson) Getting ready to pack away your wool in the basement for the summer? Hold on just one second! Before you store your wool away for the next couple of months, you may want to consider leaving a few key pieces hanging in your closet. Below, we're sharing 8 activities that your wool base layers are perfect for. Yes, even during the warmer months. Bed Time Stories Many of us have the air conditioning cranked during the spring and summer time to seek reprieve from the hot and sticky weather. But, with cooler indoor temperatures, we recommend keeping your kiddos’ tank top base layer set handy. This is the perfect set for children to wear to...
We get a lot of questions about how to best store wool in between seasons. Wool is quite durable and doesn't need much special treatment. As long as you keep it clean and dry while it's in storage, it'll typically stay in good shape. The only thing really worth worrying about, is clothes moths. But don’t fret! There are ways to keep your wool from becoming a victim to those pesky moths. Just follow these simple steps on our blog.
To take advantage of the uniqueness of spring, Kate Spiller (Wild Tales of...) is sharing a round-up of hiking activities and tips. Sure families can do most of the items on this list year-round. However, for one reason or another, they are particularly special as the weather warms up, and the leaves and plants start to grow again!
We say it often, but it’s no secret we love Merino wool. One of the major fears might be not knowing how to properly care for your wool. But, fear not!! Caring for wool is actually much easier than you might think.