Month: January 2021

Camping News Archives – Page 42 of 44

The Best Camping Stoves…And The Worst

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The Best Barbecues for Camping – tried and tested (2021)

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The Best Stargazer Tent Guide – Stargazing Tents For Quick And Easy Camping

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Cabela’s Easy-Set Camper’s Kitchen Review

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Camper’s Guide to Glamping

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Testing The LotusGrill Barbecue

Are you taking your vacation days? Americans left 33% of paid time off unused in 2020

Making sure you use all your vacation time can be tough — especially because, as 2020 taught us, everything can change in the matter of days.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — With snow in the forecast and National Plan for Vacation Day on the calendar, people might be dreaming about summer getaways — but how should you plan for your days off during a pandemic?

Lynda Lambert with AAA said 33% of Americans’ vacation time went unused in 2020.

“It was a crazy year, a lot of us were working from home and didn’t feel comfortable taking off because of that, but

Halsey Cancels Manic World Tour: ‘Safety Is the Priority’

Halsey announced Friday that her Manic World Tour, scheduled for 2020 but postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, has officially been canceled.

“Safety is the priority. I wish things were different,” the singer tweeted Friday. “I love you. Dreaming of seeing your faces again.”

The North American leg of the singer’s Manic Tour in support of her 2020 LP was scheduled to begin in June 2020. However, with a return

The Future of Travel and Tourism After the Coronavirus Pandemic

As we enter the first summer of this new era of pandemics, a tenuous easing of travel restrictions has begun. This month, the countries of the European Union will reopen their internal borders, and they plan to allow travel from outside the block some time in July. Singapore and China have begun permitting essential travel between them, but only for passengers who test negative for the coronavirus, use a contact-tracing app, and don’t deviate from their itinerary. Iceland will allow tourists, but it plans to test them for the virus at the airport.

Grounded for many months, airlines are beefing

Teachers and students face COVID winter break challenges

During her winter break, English teacher Keara Williams has hit the phone, making call after call determinedly trying to make contact with her students and their parents.

She needs to reach 28 students, including 11 seniors, who received an “incomplete” grade at the end of the fall semester. She tells them they will fail her class if they don’t complete make-up work to raise their grade to at least a D by the end of January. There is still time to get the work done, do not give up, Williams says. And she lets them know that she is here