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Rolling Stones add camping, more bands to Ontario show

Hiking Toronto Sun

Three more Canadian acts, along with camping, have been added to the Canada Rocks with the Rolling Stones’ June 29 show at Burl’s Creek in Oro-Medonte, about an hour north of Toronto. Toronto transplants Sloan, Saskatoon’s One Bad Son, and Toronto
'Three more Canadian acts, along with camping, have been added to the Canada Rocks with the Rolling Stones' June 29 show at Burl’s Creek in Oro-Medonte, about an hour north of Toronto. Read More'

Saskatoon's Library of Things helps environment and packed storage shelves

Hiking Saskatoon StarPhoenix

For infrequently used items like bread makers or seasonal items like camping gear, there's a way to save space and money by borrowing the items for as long as needed from Saskatooon's Library of Things.
'For infrequently used items like bread makers or seasonal items like camping gear, there's a way to save space and money by borrowing the items for as long as needed from Saskatooon's Library of Things. Read More'

Saskatoon's Library of Things helps environment and packed storage shelves

Hiking Saskatoon StarPhoenix

For infrequently used items like bread makers or seasonal items like camping gear, there's a way to save space and money by borrowing the items for as long as needed from Saskatooon's Library of Things.
'For infrequently used items like bread makers or seasonal items like camping gear, there's a way to save space and money by borrowing the items for as long as needed from Saskatooon's Library of Things. Read More'

Kansas couple designs covered wagons for ‘glamping’

Hiking National Post

LAWRENCE, Kan. — A Kansas couple is marketing covered wagons once used by pioneers to journey west as a luxury camping experience. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Dennis and Donna Steinman have built their first 26- by 10-foot wagon to
'LAWRENCE, Kan. — A Kansas couple is marketing covered wagons once used by pioneers to journey west as a luxury camping experience.The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Dennis and Donna Steinman have built their first 26- by 10-foot wagon to accommodate those interested in the growing trend of high-end glamour camping, or “glamping.”The Douglas County couple’s canvas-covered wagons will be able to fit a king- or queen-sized bed, a bunk bed and a glass-topped wagon wheel table. Their PlainsCraft Conestoga Wagons are equipped with electrical outlets and the couple is looking into how to heat and cool the interiors.Dennis Steinman says he envisions the wagons being parked at wineries, ranches, state and national parks, hunting lodges and resorts.Steinman says he hopes to build 20 wagons in their business’ first year.——Information from: Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World, http://www.ljworld.com'