Review: Dessert Shell Jacket

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Coyote Organics Santa Fe, NM. 505-986-8531

Review 5/20/5

Desert Shell™ is a wonderful invention! Designed to keep us from getting overheated, yet shielding us fromrepparttar 141038 sun is a hard task to complete, yet Coyote Organics has reached its goal.

I hadrepparttar 141039 privilege of wearingrepparttar 141040 Desert Shell™ in several climates to get a feel for how effective it truly is. And I can honestly say: weather you’re inrepparttar 141041 hot sun with no breeze or walking alongrepparttar 141042 beach, this jacket has what it takes to keep you comfortable.

Since I tend to overheat easily, I was really leery aboutrepparttar 141043 claims made by Coyote Ugly. So I tookrepparttar 141044 jacket hiking inrepparttar 141045 Smokey Mountains of Tennessee, torepparttar 141046 beaches of North Carolina, and inrepparttar 141047 humidity and hot suns of Knoxville, Tennessee and I can honestly sayrepparttar 141048 claims hold up. Having grown up in Southern California and living inrepparttar 141049 desserts of Corona, California, I understand what dry, hot heat is like and I can say, without a doubt, that this jacket would have been a blessing when working inrepparttar 141050 yard during those hot summer months.

Alaska glacier cruises: Alaska up close and personal

Written by Ron Richards

What do you have in mind for your next vacation? Are you planning another trip torepparttar same tired beach that you visit every year or an "adventure" to a controlled, commercialized theme park? If so, I have a suggestion for you: Alaska glacier cruises. What if I told you that you could do something truly unique and adventurous, something thatrepparttar 141007 whole family would love? What if I told you that there was a family cruise destination so breathtakingly beautiful and teeming with wildlife that you could spend days captivated atrepparttar 141008 rail of a cruise ship and still not get enough? Would you be interested? Sure you would. Few people have visited Alaska without having been changed byrepparttar 141009 experience. Much ofrepparttar 141010 terrain consists of gorgeous, formidable glaciers and ice fields which cover over 5% of Alaska's land surface. This natural beauty can be seen from many top tourist destinations of Alaska including Juneau, Valdez, Seward andrepparttar 141011 Matanuska Valley, but is usually only fully appreciated with an up close and personal view that only a cruise throughrepparttar 141012 inland waterways can afford. From this vantage point you will stand spellbound by tidewater glaciers that reach over 100 ft. in height andrepparttar 141013 antics of wildlife such as humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, dolphins, brown bears and bald eagles In Alaska, there is a multitude of attractions that will keep you coming back for more. Cruiserepparttar 141014 smooth inland waterways of Alaska and come surprising close torepparttar 141015 sheer ice faces of these magnificent, natural phenomenons; port at luxuriant destinations complete with fine dining and unique entertainment; and make memories that will last a lifetime.

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