Rail-Trails Guides Highlight Accessible Trails

Rail-Trails Washington & Oregon, from Wilderness Press

I’m a big fan of Rail-Trails, as a large number of these former rail beds have been converted to wheelchair-accessible trails. I was thrilled to discover that Wilderness Press has a whole series of official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy guidebooks; and since I travel through the Pacific Northwest a lot I decided to check out their “Rail-Trails Washington & Oregon” title.

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Downy Wrinkle Releaser Really Works!

My very wrinkled test t-shirt.

I have to admit that I was more than a little skeptical when a PR person contacted me about Downy Wrinkle Releaser. Granted it comes in a nice three-ounce size, so it’s easy to pack along on trips, but does it really work? I remember some of the wrinkle releasers from the 70s, which just kind of wet your clothes and didn’t do much for the wrinkles. They  ranked right up there with waterless shampoo, as far as product efficiency goes.

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