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    Adventure Vacations in the USA

    Adventure Vacations in the USA

    Here are a few examples of vacation spots that will help satisfy the the adventurer in you. Natural Blue supplies the best apparel to suit your outdoorsy needs.

     

     Adventure Vacations in the USA

     

    1. Grand Canyon - The Grand Canyon boasts an array of adrenaline-pumping activities – most notably hiking and whitewater rafting along Colorado River.

     

    1. Yellowstone - take in the view at Yellowstone Lake and Mammoth Hot Springs. But save some time for the trails through lesser-known regions, like the hot springs of the West Thumb Geyser Basin and the untamed wildlife dotting the Lewis River Channel and Dogshead Loop.

     

    1. Yosemite - Yosemite National Park features mountains, meadows, massive sequoia trees and plenty of waterfalls. Opportunities to hike, bike and horseback ride draw outdoor enthusiasts from across the country. 

     

    1. Jackson Hole - Jackson Hole offers adventure year-round. In winter and early spring, ski resorts boast plenty of powder. In the warmer months, kayaking or hiking in Grand Teton National Park is a must. And in the fall, visit the National Elk Refuge to hear the bugle calls of its residents. 

     

    1. Lake Tahoe - The picturesque peaks offer some of the best skiing in the country, while the crystal clear lake is ideal for swimming and boating. For an even bigger thrill, try your luck at the casinos in nearby Reno.

     

    1. 6. Kauai - Filled with acres of misty rainforests, plummeting waterfalls and oceanside cliffs, the island's opportunities for adventure are enough to excite even the most jaded visitor.

     

    1. Anchorage - Anchorage showcases Mother Nature's adventurous side with the craggy cliffs of Chugach State Park beckoning to hikers, rock climbers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers. 

     

    1. Hawaii (The Big Island) - The largest of Hawaii's islands boasts plenty of jungle to trek and not one, but five volcanoes (some of which are still active). You can snorkel and kayak off the island's coast or hike through Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park and the Hakalau Forest.

     

    1. Acadia National Park - There is ample opportunity for adventure in Maine's forested wilderness. If you're considering Acadia for your next family trip, note that the park's rocky trails can be challenging for little legs. But both you and the kids will get a kick out of watching the park's harbor seals.

     

    1. Maui - Like its sister islands, Maui offers a myriad of activities to get your blood pumping, from sea kayaking to volcano hiking. But this is just the beginning: Head to Maui's northeast coast to admire roaring waterfalls, belching blowholes and jagged peaks.

     

    1. Juneau - If you're an adventurer, you shouldn't miss out on America's "Last Frontier." Take a boat trip through Tracy Arm Fjord to see crumbling glaciers and swimming seals or head to breathtaking Mendenhall Glacier.

     

    1. Adirondacks - This mountainous park in upstate New York has plenty to offer thrill-seekers. Test the powder on Whiteface, navigate the waters of the St. Regis Canoe Area or feed your need for speed on the bobsled runs at the Olympic Sports Complex

     

    1. Sedona - You'll need to pack a sturdy pair of shoes for your trip to Sedona. The town's striking red rocks are best seen on foot from one of the 100-plus hiking paths.

     

    1. Boulder - If you brave a hike, be sure to bring sturdy footwear. Other heart-pumping adventures adrenaline junkies can enjoy: kayaking, biking, horseback riding or hiking Eldorado Canyon State Park.

     

    1. Vail - Thrill-seekers flock to Vail's snow-covered mountains in the winter, especially to the country's largest ski resort that's home to miles of trails. However, this Colorado spot is also a prime destination for warmer-weather hikers, bikers and whitewater rafters.

     

     

    Glamping Tips

    Glamping Tips

    Get the most out of your outdoor adventures; stop camping and start glamping! Here are a few tips to improve your overall experience.

    1. Get off the ground – bring an air mattress
    2. Treat your feet – bring throw rugs and slippers
    3. Keep it clean – bring a broom and dust pan to keep things tidy
    4. Lighting – mood lights and path lighting make all the difference
    5. Table setting – enamel ware dishes, mugs, pots and pans make eating easier
    6. Comfort food – portable grills are great for any meal, whether it’s grilling eggs in the morning or burgers at night
    7. Explore! – although your tent may be comfortable, you came to the great outdoors for a reason

    Squeezing Everything out of Summer

    Squeezing Everything out of Summer

    Summer months are coming to a close quick people! As we transition from the heat to the cooler months of the fall, it's important to think about how to stretch out your summer wardrobe to get the most use out of what you can. We're going to go through some of our Natural Blue selections that are good for the heat of August, but can wear well into September and even early October depending on your location. Check it out!

    Long Sleeve Plaid Linen

    This shirt transitions well thanks to its soft blue colors. Wear it to a nice dinner at the end of the summer or a camping trip in the early fall to stay cool while looking good. 

    Long Sleeve Gingham Linen

    Coming in three different colors, this long sleeve is good for any occasion and is simple enough to be thrown together with multiple different outfit combinations.

    Polka Dot Linen

     

    This short sleeve button down comes in two colors, both of them easy to double as early fall shades. The simple design makes for a great short sleeve shirt for you to wear into early fall. 

    There are so many ways to take your summer wardrobe and stretch out its season. These are only a few examples from Natural Blue, so go to http://www.naturalbluestyle.com/collections/all-products?page=1 to check out the rest of the summer collection and see what styles you think you could rock into the fall!

    New York Glamping

    New York Glamping

    If you're going to New York State soon your should consider glamping to keep you outside, entertained, and comfortable. If interested there are a few locations that should be on your list when considering. Thanks to Glamping.com here are a few glamping destinations around the state of New York that are perfect for those who like to get away while still maintaing a little slice of luxury. Check it out and plan your getaway now! 

    http://www.glamping.com/destinations/north-america/united-states/new-york

    Summer Styles to Make a Splash

    Summer Styles to Make a Splash

    Whether you need a shirt for your next adventure on the coast or your next dinner in the city, Natural Blue has you covered. With a variety of printed and plain lightweight summer shirts to choose from, you are guaranteed to find the right look for whatever occasion coming your way this season. Here are a few to start with, and remember to go to http://www.naturalbluestyle.com/collections/all-products to check out the rest of the collection!

    Carolina Linen

    Coming in a wide variety of colors, this short sleeve button down is perfect for you more casual settings. Wear it to your next barbecue, beachside dinner, or night out with friends. 

    Long Sleeve Linen

    With another wide color set, this long sleeve shirt is perfect to dress up or down. Wear it out to the beach or to a nice dinner, the choice is yours this summer. 

    Faded Floral Linen Print

    Spice up your wardrobe with this festive shirt. Perfect for making a stronger statement, the patterns will pop with this soft orange color way and are perfect for those hot summer days.