By Teresa Biggar, BCO Event Leader “Trek among the beautiful mountains while sampling local chocolate and cheese.” My interest picked up like Scooby-Doo being offered a Scooby snack when I read this first line of a travel article in 2015. I want to sample chocolate and cheese while hiking, I thought to myself. And so,…

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By Kelly Howard Two miles left and the only thing I could think about was trying to step softly, my feet HURT. No way around it, I had done a really bad job of caring for my feet on (and before) this three day trip. I was using my trekking poles to step as gingerly…

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By Kelly Howard   So, you want to ride the MS 150 from Houston to Austin to benefit multiple sclerosis but you have no idea when, where, what, why and most importantly — how to start preparing. Have no fear! MS 150 Team Bayou City Outdoors is here to tell you everything single little thing…

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By Andrew Binkley Heading to one of these big cities anytime soon? Make sure you get a little “nature away” time with this great list! Every city-dweller loves a good getaway. Spending time in nature is often as easy as finding a local park or quiet place. Every major urban center offers some great camping…

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By Kelly Howard I didn’t do a lot of biking before BCO, most of my exercise was street skating and I kind of felt superior to bikes. (Sorry, I shouldn’t admit that but it was a skater thing). I just assumed that skating was a lot more exercise than biking. Did I learn differently! My…

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