Sun Protection and Sunscreens: SPF, Sunscreen Ingredients and UV Rays Making Sense of Sunscreen Products Medical Author: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD Medical Editor: Barbara K. Hecht, PhD Most people are understandably confused when it comes to choosing a sunscreen because of the baffling array of available choices. Common questions about sunscreens include REI Outlet - Deals on Outdoor Gear & Clothing - REI.com 100% satisfaction guaranteed We stand behind everything we sell. If you are not satisfied with your REI purchase, you can return it for a replacement or refund within one year of purchase. REI's guarantee doesn't cover ordinary wear and tear or damage caused by improper use or accidents. Your Adventures OLD This is a place where we get to see how YOU adventure. In doing so, we have a chance to see what adventure means to people from all over the globe, from all different cultures. Don’t forget, it doesn’t have to be an epic journey, just so long as it was an adventure for you. Some of our adventures at 52-weeks are big, some are small- we want to see them all! There are two ways you can get your adventures posted on 52-weeks:
What It Is - SunGuard Wash-In Sun Protection You wrestle them into long-sleeve shirts. You coax them into the shade with snacks. You slather their faces with sunscreen. Of course you're aware of the skin-damaging effects of long-term sun exposure – and of course you go the extra mile to protect your family. But did you know that harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays can actually penetrate clothing and leave you vulnerable to sun damage? Enter SunGuard™ — an easy-to-use laundry aid that washes UV protection right into clothes .
Mattel Store - Mattel Games, Toys & Barbie Dolls at Shop.Mattel.com Mattel Store Shop Mattel Store for toys that every child will love. From classics like Barbie® dolls and Hot Wheels® cars to contemporary Monster High® dolls and Toy Story toys we have something from everyone. 10 Outdoor Gear Essentials Every man has a different idea of what constitutes a “necessity” when venturing out into the wilderness. For one man, a fire source and a good blade may be all that is required, while for the next, GPS and a full outdoor kitchen setup might be considered indispensable. While experienced hikers, climbers, and other adventurous sorts most likely have their packing list down to a science, those who are just beginning to branch out into the wilderness can certainly benefit from a standard, universal checklist. Cue the Ten Essentials. The Ten Essentials and the Ten Essentials (Systems Approach) Originally published by The Mountaineers (a Seattle-based outdoor recreation group) in the 1930s, the Ten Essentials is a list of necessities that every hiker, climber, camper, and adventurer should have on hand while in the wilds.
Cross Knot Paracord Lanyard This instructable will show how to make a paracord lanyard using the cross knot and snake knot. The lanyard can be used as a wallet chain, to secure a key chain, keyring, knife, multitool, flashlight, cell phone, camera, binoculars, compass, and other assorted pocketable gadgets, gear, and gizmos... More projects, links, knot references can be seen in my blog, Stormdrane's Blog. The cross knot can also be found under different names from other online and book references, as: The Chinese Crown Knot, Chinese Cross, Japanese Crown Knot, Japanese Success Knot, Rustler's Knot, Friendship Knot, and knot #808 in 'The Ashley Book of Knots'. You can use the loop end of the lanyard to attach it to your item and use the clip end to secure to a belt loop, bag, pack, etc... Or run a belt through the lanyard's loop and use the attachment to clip onto your gadget, gear, gizmo, etc...
Beach Shelter Beach Tents Beach Tents are the perfect solutions when it comes to practical, temporary and portable beach shelters at beaches, backyards and pool sides. Tents & Cabanas Go Best With Beaches and Sunshine Headed for a fun-filled day at the beach with your family? You might want to consider taking a tent or cabana along. Although not on the top of your list of beach equipment; their benefits make them well worthy of inclusion. Walmart E. Fees and Renewal The annual subscription fee for ShippingPass is stated in the ShippingPass section of our FAQ pages. From time to time, we may offer different subscription terms and the fees for such subscriptions may vary. The ShippingPass subscription fee is non-refundable except as expressly set forth in these Terms. Sales, excise or other similar taxes may apply to the ShippingPass subscription fee.
Henry Shires' Tarptent The following document has appeared in print since 1999 and details plans for making your own tarptent. While neither as easy to set up, nor as storm and wind resistant as the next generation Tarptents, these tents are excellent do-it-yourself projects for even the first-time sewer. We will be happy to offer tips and suggestions should you decide to make one. DIY - My Designs - Summer tents Send any questions or comments to the designer Roger Caffin Contents Commercial Status The tents I have described here have been for sale, but at present I have ceased production as it wasn't economic. However, things may change. They involve precision designs and superb materials, but if you want to treat them brutally they will suffer damage, and fail at an embarrassing time.
Rope Bed It is not so much that Terafan figured out how to make a rope bed, but one was offered as a prize for the "Bed Sports Tourney" in the Shire of Crannog Mor, Atlantia. After winning the tourney and using the bed for a couple of years, Terafan decided that the original legs were too short, so he made new ones. The advantage of longer legs is that now lots of stuff, transport boxes, etc. can be stored conveniently under the bed, out of the way. Here are is a drawing of the bed with dimensions. Foil Packets, Dutch Oven & Gourmet S'mores Recipes Ever since our first camping trip when we threw foil packets of cubed steak with roasted rosemary potatoes, carrots and peas on the campfire, finding great camping recipes has been a top priority. That’s why we’ve created this section of the blog dedicated to our favorite camping recipes. Breakfast
Improvised Seating *Improvised Seating With a Towel and Para-cord*By: RollingHitch04 April 2003 Situation- You're on a camping trip, boating, or having a picnic and for whatever reason there aren't enough chairs to go around. The ground is wet or not level. You are looking for a place to park your derriere and there's not a rock or log in sight...but there are a few trees. Your MacGyver mindset clicks into gear and you take a look and what you have on hand.