Tag: Eco Friendly

McGee Travel Tales on Patreon

Hello fellow travelers. This is an odd post to write, however, planning, writing, editing, and post production of photos and videos takes a lot of time and energy. In an effort to offset some of my costs and to hopefully bring attention to environmental issues I’ve decided to start a Patreon. What is Patreon? Patreon

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Working Towards Sustainability

When I first started my blog I posted about working towards being more eco-friendly. While I still think that is a fantastic goal, what we need to be working towards is sustainability. I also have an article on Road Trip Sustainability. Here are some things that I use and that I am working towards. Easy

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Backroads: Sustainable Travel – Stop No. 2

I’m doing this a bit out of order but I feel like it is an important thing to consider when on a road trip. Sometimes it doesn’t feel like the little things that we try to change do much but every little bit makes a difference. Here are some easy things you can do to

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Foodie Friday: Pumpkin Puree and Roasted Seeds

Despite not feeling like fall here in Texas the autumn, equinox has passed and I decided it was time to make pumpkin bread. I already had everything I needed at home except the pumpkin puree. The grocery store on a Sunday afternoon was chaos and part of it was being worked on and I couldn’t

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Review: Wildish Gear

Pink Wildish Tank

I like to think of myself as an outdoorsy person. And in the pursuit of being an outdoors woman I came across Wildish. There products are neat because they are made to help the person that likes to explore at their own pace.  My favorite thing about their gear is that it is seriously some

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Easy Homemade Hair Pomade

I had a recipe planned for this week and I forgot to take pictures while making it. So I’m going to show off a different project that my boyfriend and I worked on this week. Keltin uses hair pomade but it can be ridiculously expensive so we decide to make some at home. Keltin says

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New Mexico: Capulin Volcano National Monument

The truth is there is not much around Johnson, Kansas, thus while visiting for nearly a week we planned some day trip adventures. One was to Capulin Volcano. Capulin is a recently extinct example of a cone volcano. By recently I mean in the past 60,000 years. It is part of the Raton-Clayton Volcanic Field. 

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Review: TreeTribe: Leaf Leather Journal

Recently I added an affiliate page to my site to share the the startup companies that I am an ambassador for. After reviewing the Canon Rebel T6, I realized that I enjoy doing reviews and decided to share products and companies that I’ve really come to like. TreeTribe is a really neat company that sells

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