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Appalachian Impressions: Hiking the Appalachian Trail DVD (Flagler Films) 105050

The program takes you on a six-month, 2,173-mile journey along the most famous long-distance hiking trail in the world. Along the way, you'll meet hikers who have embarked on this trek, carrying everything they need on their backs. You'll hear their stories, and experience the thrills and challenges of daily life on the trail.

$37.99

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Bass Pro Shops Camo Camping Sleeping Bag for Kids

Get comfort and warmth for your young outdoorsover at a great price with the Bass Pro Shops Camo Camping Sleeping Bag. Stuffed with two pounds ofightweight fill, this easy-to-carry bag keeps young campers comfortable in temperatures

$19.99

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Coleman Camping Coffeemaker

Enjoy hot, delicious coffee at your campsite with the Coleman Camping Coffeemaker. Portable, dripbrew coffeemaker works with 2 or 3 burner campstoves and features a removable, swing-out filter basket and easy-pour decanter. Great

$49.99

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Marmot Cirrus Down Camping Pillow - Vintage Orange

Take some of the rough out of roughing it outdoors with the Marmot Cirrus Down Camping Pillow. This down-filled, inflatable pillow features 3D ergonomics and flex-baffle technology to ergonomically support the neck while you sleep. Made

$44.99

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Bass Pro Shops Camo Camping Sleeping Bag for Boys

Warm and comfortable rectangular sleeping bag forittle campers50 comfort rating190T polyester shell andiner2bs. ofightweight fill28 x 56Full-length self-repairing zipperGreen camoGet comfort and warmth for your

$19.99

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Harry S Truman NHS Hiking Stick Medallion

Harry Truman loved to walk and his cane is as much a symbol of him as Lincoln's top hat. Always in the vanguard of fashion, Truman used a cane long before he really needed one. Clipping along at 120 paces a minute, cane swinging, the president was a familiar sight in both Independence and Washington.Although he had no set route, his walks averaged 1 1/2 miles and lasted 1/2 hour. Truman took his health seriously. He wrote, ''If you are going to take a walk for your physical benefit, it is necessary that you walk as if you are going someplace. You swing your arms and take deep breathes as you walk.''Product DetailsExperience Truman's town and follow in his footsteps on a neighborhood walking tourHST NHS collectible hiking stick medallion measures 1 3/4''W x 1 3/4''H

$5.95

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Fort Raleigh Hiking Stick Medallion

This coat of arms was created by Sir Walter Raleigh, the man who helped fund England's first voyages to the New World and made the plans to create Roanoke Colony. The coat of arms pays homage to Queen Elizabeth I with St. George's Cross (the red cross on a white background) and Raleigh also put a deer in the top left corner of the crest to symbolize his contribution to the expeditions. This coat of arms was used by those at Roanoke Colony, but not for long. After just three years, Roanoke Colony mysteriously disappeared. Its governor had left to get supplies from England, and upon his return he found nothing but the word ''CROATAN'' carved into a nearby tree.Our hiking medallion displays the coat of arms to commemorate the unexplained history of the colony that paved the way for English colonization of America. Put our hiking medallion on your hiking stick to symbolize the mysterious history behind the Lost Colony.Product DetailsExplore the history of Roanoke Colony at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.Measures 1.75'' height by 1.5'' widthHandcrafted from metalFour metal pins included

$4.95

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Andersonville NHS Hiking Stick Medallion

Camp Sumter Military Prison, commonly called Andersonville, opened in February of 1864. The prison was constructed in an isolated part of southern Georgia with three perimeter walls, earthworksand cannons positioned around the exterior. Tour the historic prison site to contemplate first-hand the hardships faced by Union prisoners of war imprisoned here in 1864-65. The 20,000 graves in the Andersonville National Cemetery vividly illustrate the continuing cost of freedomProduct DetailsVisit Andersonville National Historic Site, a memorial to all American prisoners of war throughout the nation's historyAndersonville NHS hiking medallion measures 1 3/4''W x 1 1/4''H

$5.95

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Ellis Island Hiking Stick Medallion

Ellis Island was the nation's first federal immigration station. Over 500,000 immigrants entered the United States via Ellis Island each year. In 1907, a record, 1,004,756 immigrants passed through the doors. Ellis Island was also known as ''The Island of Tears'' or ''Heartbreak Island'' because of the 2% who were not admitted after the long transatlantic voyage. Today, over 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry in the United States to a man, woman, or child whose name was passed from a steamship manifest sheet to an inspector's record book in the Registry Room on Ellis Island.Product DetailsVisit the Ellis Island Immigration Museum and retrace the steps of 12 million immigrantsCollectible hiking stick medallion measures 1 1/2''W x 1 3/4''H

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Monocacy Hiking Stick Medallion

A Confederate flag and a US flag waving behind the US Capitol: It's a fitting illustration to represent the Battle of Monocacy during the Civil War, when Union forces engaged a Confederate force in July 1864 at Monocacy River in Maryland to stop the Southern advance toward Washington, DC. That illustration is what you'll see depicted on this hiking stick medallion, with color flags and the battle location in bold white letters against a blue background.Product DetailsDimensions: approx. 1'' W x three-quarters of an inch HIncludes four nails

$4.95

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