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whichconsumerreviews.comLifeStraw Travel Friendly Best Personal Water Filter Review - Which Consumer ReviewsLooking to drink clean water when you are away from home? LifeStraw makes your outdoor adventures safe when you need clean drinking water; it features a high flow rate and ultra light weighs just 2oz. It’s most essential ultimate survival tool of your disaster kit when you are hiking, camping, ultralight backpacking, hunting, travel, scouting, emergency preparedness and even for school going children, it’s straw is specially design for purifying water from streams, lakes, ponds and other contaminated sources. the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter works for long lifespan that contains no chemicals, no batteries and no moving parts to wear2
ivasays.comButtermilk Falls Hiking Trail 2018 (Layton NJ) / Delaware Water Gap • Iva SaysHiking NJ: Buttermilk Falls Trail The Buttermilk, within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, is one of the tallest waterfalls in New Jersey. Buttermilk Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in New Jersey. The Buttermilk Falls trailhead starts here leading to Appalachian Trail.2
businessinsider.comTrump's stunning comments about the Federal Reserve could actually backfirePresident Donald Trump's comments that he was "not thrilled" by the Federal Reserve's recent interest rate hikes drew concern that Trump was pressuring the Fed to keep rates low. But according to one economist, the comment may have the opposite effect.
businessinsider.comDollar slides after Trump says he's 'not thrilled' about interest-rate hikesThe dollar slipped Thursday after President Donald Trump said he is "not thrilled" about interest rate hikes, breaking with the longstanding precedent of American presidents not commenting on central bank policy out of respect for its independence from political influence.
livelovevoyage.com15 Must See Iconic Icelandic WaterfallsDon’t go chasing waterfalls…Who ever said that? Go to Iceland and chase them! Iceland has some of the best views of nature in the world, the best things to see in Iceland! The Icelandic Waterfalls just add to the scenery. Our time in Iceland consisted of so many things; waterfalls, great food, coziest of cottages and so much more. I planned this trip for months, I booked back in November, the waterfalls were the top thing I was excited about. But one of the most impressive sights were the waterfalls throughout the country, private and public. These can be traveled to by car, bus or even bikes. Icelandic Waterfalls Magnúsarfoss Magnúsarfoss is located right of route 1 next to Skaftafell Nature Reserve and on the edge of Vatnajökull National Park. There is a parking lot to park your car and easily marked trail to start your hike. To get to the top of the falls it is a 10 minute walk uphill. This is just one of the two that are near by, the second I believe is even better. Svartifoss Svartifoss is another 10 minute hike away from Magnúsarfoss. This is one waterfall you don’t want to miss, no matter …3
sfgate.comInternet sleuths help identify Ohio skeleton found in 1975The human skeleton stuck in the mud along the banks of the Rocky River took the three boys by surprise. The year was 1975. They were hiking in the woods, in Strongsville, Ohio, near Cleveland, when they found it there, as they would soon tell police. The skeleton was missing most of its flesh and part of its jaw, and the boys couldn't see it then but it also had a small hole in its skull. The wound came from a .25-caliber bullet, which fit "snugly" in the hole in the left temple, the Cuyahoga County coroner wrote in the 1975 autopsy report. The body appeared to belong to a white female who was "about 20" and little else was known about her except that she died of homicide, the coroner ruled.
backpacker.com8 Survival Tips From a Grand Canyon Rescue RangerOn the eve of his retirement, Bil Vandergraff, Grand Canyon’s most experienced search-and-rescue ranger, sits down for a career debriefing and explains why you should absolutely hike in wet cotton and never leave home without cold pizza.