Here’s how to really unplug, disconnect, and enjoy the outdoors like you’re supposed to.
It’s the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, and we’re all about conservation in any form, so we thought we should see what would be involved with unplugging for a day. People talk about it all the time, but do we ever really drop our phones, refuse to log in and actually lift our heads to view the world around us?
We can call ourselves outdoorsmen and women all we want, but once we actually do it, the experience can be pretty spectacular.
With help from Cabela’s, here’s a look at the wisest ways to spend your time without electricity or WiFi.
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