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4 Easy Ways to Protect Yourself From UV Rays

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We all know that when you’re planning to be out in the scorching sun all day you’ve got to lather on the sunscreen to avoid skin damage. But there are quite a few other sun safety rules and important SPF tips that are crucial to make sure you’re being as gentle on that skin as it deserves. To give you a leg up we’ve compiled a few products with some additional benefits and some clues about which circumstances to break them out in. Solar Recover Hydrate Cream- Regardless of how good (or not so good) you’ve been to your skin...

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Richochet the SURFice Dog

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  So you’ve learned how to surf and you’re feeling pretty cool about it? Good! Now imagine trying to surf without using arms or legs but with a… tail! Ricochet is a, now retired, world-famous surf dog. Not only has Ricochet mastered the art of solo surfing but she can surf tandem (she has even surfed with a goat)! Ricochet has made headlines the world over for her surfing feats, even inspiring other dog owners as far as South Africa to teach their dogs to surf. As if it weren’t enough that Ricochet is an actual SURFING DOG, she’s decided...

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"A Hiking We Will Go" With Andrew Drummond

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When it comes to outdoor sports, there’s not much New Hampshire’s Andrew Drummond doesn’t do. He skis. He surfs. He runs. He kayaks. He bikes. But there is one activity, hiking, where he has truly made his mark, showing what one can accomplish when they put their mind to it. At the end of July, the 35-year-old Drummond hiked the White Mountain Direttissima – all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4,000 footers – in 5 days, 23 hours and 58 minutes. And he documented it on social media, allowing friends, family and complete strangers to follow his progress as he shattered...

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