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Abbey Gingras

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Santa Fe, NM, United States

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Past articles by Abbey:

The Bug Bite Thing Really Works

Have you been searching for relief from mosquito bites for years? This simple product actually works. → Read More

The Best Dog Gear of 2020

Your furbaby deserves the finest. → Read More

Until COVID-19 Ends, I'll Be in My Hammock Cocoon

An ode to the calmest and most isolated outdoor activity: hammocking → Read More

It's Not Officially Fall Until You Have Flannel Sheets

What's better than being wrapped in a nest of flannel? → Read More

The Best Outdoor Documentaries Ever, According to You

Members of the Outside Beyond Books Club nominate their favorite adventure films. → Read More

The End of WOW Air Is the End of Iceland's Tourism Boom

The budget airline was responsible for shuttling 30 percent of the country's tourists last year. Its closing will irrevocably change how we get there—and that might be a good thing. → Read More

Stop Reclining Your Seat on Airplanes

There's one thing I hate about flying, and it's not the overpriced tickets or the baby crying three rows ahead of me in economy class. → Read More

Wild One Makes Genius Dog Leashes

This leash is made of flex-poly coated nylon, which looks and feels like rubber. → Read More

6 Perfect Gifts for Adventure Dogs

If getting dogs presents for Christmas is wrong, I don’t care. → Read More

Dehydrated Dog Food Is Great for Backpacking

Honest Kitchen's dehydrated backpacking meals mean you never leave your best friend behind when you head into the backcountry. → Read More

Is There Really a "Sexy Safeway"?

Here's the real deal with all those Safeway nicknames. → Read More

You Can Throw Axes and Drink Alcohol at DC's Ice Yards Festival

The annual event promises to be bigger than ever this year — complete with ice bars, the largest group shotski attempt ever, and axe-throwing. → Read More

Why Is a Redskins Blanket On Display in the American Indian Museum? A Curator Explains

Native American imagery is every­where, from the Atlanta Braves to Apache helicopters. This new permanent exhibit gathers a trove of artifacts, film clips, → Read More

8 Ramen Spots Around DC for the Perfect Nood Photo

Up your Insta game with a classic nood shot—and try some delicious ramen while you're at it. → Read More

DC's Year in Review, As Told By Instagram

Chronicling DC's 2017 through Instagram. → Read More

These DC Cooking and Recipe Instagrams Make Holiday Cooking Easy

We're all guilty of reusing the same old recipes when cooking for one or a crowd. Let the holidays be your excuse to break the mold in your kitchen. → Read More

NBC4's Angie Goff on Growing Up in Herndon

Before she was an anchor and reporter on NBC4, Angie Goff was the new kid at Herndon High School and an employee at the local Chuck E. Cheese’s. → Read More

The Bird Is Doing a Happy Hour for Omarosa's White House Departure

The official story is that she resigned, but the DC bar known for its Trump firing happy hours decided to go on with the drink special anyway. → Read More

A Huge Food Hall Is Coming to Ballston with Dumplings, Tacos, and Sushi Burritos

Slated to open in September 2018, the Quarter Market Food Hall in Ballston will include 18 dining options and an outdoor plaza. → Read More

Feeling Cozy? These 8 Hot Chocolates Around DC Are Perfect for Sipping and Photographing

Cozy up by the fire with one of these riffs on hot chocolate, including jalepeño cinnamon or lavender flavors—or, opt for a boozy version. → Read More