▪ Victorinox Travel Organizer
This popular oversized wallet is among the top 10 best-selling travel items on Amazon.com. At 5.2 inches wide, it’s too big to fit into your back pocket. Then again, it fits your passport, airplane tickets, credit cards and even has a mesh coin purse.
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▪ Roo Hammock
Here’s an existential outdoors question for you: What’s the point in hiking and camping if you can’t spend vast swaths of time lounging about doing nothing? And napping on hard ground – even with a comfy pad – pales compared to the sublime snooze you’ll get in a hammock tied between two trees. And what’s better than a hammock that, according to Kammock, “was inspired by the kangaroo”? The fabric is sturdy enough for those plus-sized loafers and the whole thing packs into a compression sack “the size of an angry blowfish.”
▪ Wolf and Bear Go Fishing
Merely writing about how a wolf totally schools a brown bear in the fine art of snatching salmon for a dinner entree doesn’t do it justice. You. Must. Watch. This. It’s filmed in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.
▪ 10 restaurants to take tourists in San Francisco
San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Michael Bauer tells you where to take Aunt Hilda and Uncle Clem when they want to visit the City by the Bay’s food scene:
1. Original Joe’s
2. Crab House
3. Z and Y Restaurant
4. Cupola Pizzeria
6. Poggio (Sausalito)
7. House of Prime Rib
8. La Taqueria
9. Tadich Grill
10. Slanted Door
Michael Filia (@mikefilia): “The part of DFW Airport I’m in is 3G ... really? Isn’t this 2015? #travelfail”
Compiled by Sam McManis, firstname.lastname@example.org