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Kid-friendly recipes — Salmon fish tacos with mango, avocado, tomato, spring onion and lime. Mexican food

Kid Eats: Top 10 Kid-Friendly Camping Recipes

In every camping escapade, from the early mornings to starry nights, only two things are constant: campfires and food. For children, camp stories will be an addition. While camping, a child’s vivid and nostalgic memories revolve around these three. Cooking by the campfire, especially with its varying temperatures, which will need extensive patience from everyone,
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A fishing boat headed toward sunset under a red sky.

Drop a Line in Destin, Florida, the ‘World’s Luckiest Fishing Village’

In Destin, located on Florida’s panhandle, the menu for fun includes fishing, paddleboarding, shopping and dining on fresh seafood. Once a sleepy fishing village, Destin has grown to become one of the premier vacation destinations in the Sunshine State. Between the soft, white-sand beaches, the world-class fishing excursions and the thrill-a-minute attractions on shore, there’s
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Baltimore's natural side — A shoreline crowded with trees dappled with fall colors reflected on the water.

9 Reasons to Discover Baltimore’s Natural Side This Fall

Baltimore and the surrounding area seem tailor-made for autumn. The fall colors in the trees add splashes of bright crimson and gold to the town and the outlying regions. The many historic sites related to local hero Edgar Allan Poe are the perfect companions to Halloween season. And the hot seafood from the Chesapeake Bay
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Sunlight beams through a forest over a creek.

Glow West: Dazzling Fall Colors in Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada

Autumn in New England is a stunning experience to behold. But fall RVing in the Southwest is an equally impressive leaf-peeping journey. If you haven’t experienced the change of seasons in Nevada, Arizona or New Mexico, it’s not too late. Fall in Love with Southwest Leaf-Peeping I had no idea what fall is supposed to
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