Adventure Awaits at Field & Stream

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Field & Stream. All opinions are 100% mine.

 My husband isn’t a big shopper. He will accompany me to the mall, but I know he doesn’t like it. One shopping trip we can always agree on is a visit to our local Field & Stream Store. If you get to Camp Hill, PA be sure to stop to visit the store and it’s friendly associates. You never know what adventure awaits you there.


Do you camp? hike? fish? hunt? kayak? All of these outdoor adventures are some of my families favorite things. That is why my husband and I think that a trip to Field & Stream along with a quick dinner turns into the perfect date night.
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Adventure Awaits at Field & Stream

As soon as we arrived at to a storefront loaded with kayaks, I knew where my husband was headed. Our kayaks are worn out. We’ve been using them hard the past four camping seasons. They’ve been patched and repaired too many times to count. It’s definitely time to retire them. field-stream-kayaks As we walked in the front doors of Field & Stream we were immediately greeted by a friendly face and a warm welcoming fireplace. I could have stayed right there for the whole trip and let hubby do his thing. But since it’s my thing too, I decided he “needed” my opinion on any adventure plans he decided to make.

Each time we walk through a Field & Stream store our wish list grows longer and longer. The number one thing on the list right now is an electric smoker. We keep looking at them and looking at them. I guess we are soon going to have to make a decision and bring one home. field-stream-smoker We have spent the last 21 years focusing on parenting and raising our three wonderful children. Now that they are on their own, we are ready for that next big adventure. A year round campsite is seriously being considered. For now it will be a vacation home, but it could easily become a permanent living arrangement in the near future. field-stream-camping-2 This trip to Field & Stream I spent a a lot of time in the aisles full of camping gear. There are so many things I could purchase to fill up my future home. (also known a a camper) field-stream-camping I had plenty of help and suggestions from a friendly store associate, Michelle. Of course I had to razz her about spelling her name wrong and she was still willing to give me friendly advice on the products I had questions about. You should have seen the great frying pan I found. I think it may a bit to big for just two people. What do you think? field-stream-frying-pan My husband has been longing for a high-quality rain suit. He was lucky enough to find a pair of bibs and a jacket in his size that were waterproof. The pants were even on clearance and an additional 50% off the lowest price. You all know I love a bargain! Of course his selection went directly in the cart. field-stream-rain-gear A visit to Field & Stream definitely an adventure. I never have a problem finding something great to bring home. Our next trip is already in the works. We plan to take my parents when they are in town for the holidays. field-stream-fishing Remember that welcoming fireplace I mentioned at the beginning of this post? I spent some time there relaxing while my husband chatted with store associate Rob about whatever it is hunting and fishing guys chat about. field-stream-fireplace Have you ever visited a Field & Stream store? field-stream-dan What is your next big adventure going to be? Find the Field & Stream in your area with the Store Locator.


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Michele is a married mom of 3 adult children. She is currently enjoying spending time with her husband in the empty nest. Michele can be found working on a healthy lifestyle, camping or having some frugal fun. Not necessarily in that order!

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