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Yellowstone: Virtual Tours

Summer plans may look a little different this year, but who said virtual vacations can not be equally exciting? With Yellowstone National Park's Virtual Tours, you can hike to the Western United States' famous hot springs and waterfalls without stepping out of your front door. The site offers multiple ways to explore. The Video Walks section embeds short video clips shot from the perspective of...

https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/photosmultimedia/virtualtours...
Fresh Off the Grid: Recipes

Whether you are camping IRL (in real life) or through URLs (with online nature resources), good campfire cuisine is an important part of the experience. Launched in 2015 by Megan McDuffie and Michael van Vliet, Fresh Off the Grid is a blog created by and for outdoor enthusiasts, with an emphasis on food and recipes. The Recipes page, which houses more than 100 different options, can be sorted by...

https://www.freshoffthegrid.com/
EarthSky: Stargazing

Summer and stargazing go together like campfires and smores! EarthSky's interactive map will help you find the perfect spot to celebrate the summer solstice. This resource tracks publicly accessible stargazing spots around the world. The site gathers an impressive array of locations, from beaches in Kenya to mountain passes in the Austrian Alps to islands in the Caribbean. Visitors will find a...

https://earthsky.org/stargazing
Raindrop

Raindrop's developer describes it as an "all-in-one bookmark manager." Similarly to in-browser bookmark managers, Raindrop allows users to organize bookmarks into folders and with tags. You can search within these bookmarks and display the results in grid, headline, masonry, or list view. All the views provide an instant preview of a selected bookmark without leaving the bookmark manager. A batch...

https://raindrop.io
QuiteRSS

QuiteRSS is a cross-platform RSS and Atom feed reader that is designed to be lightweight and "comfortable" for the user. It uses the WebKit HTML renderer, the same one used by Apple's Safari, so sites render the same way that they would in a full browser. QuiteRSS also includes a built-in ad filter and flash blocker to reduce online annoyances. Users can filter new, unread, starred, or deleted...

https://quiterss.org/