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Orientation – Part 2

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CIM Note: We wanted to bring you a different perspective on our Slipstreams. In the coming weeks, we'll be featuring a mini-series of blogs by Brad Lee. He experienced Summer Slipstream in his first ever Slipstream experience this year. His reflections, observations and letter home are all chronicled in the...
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Welcome to Camp! – Part 1

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CIM Note: We wanted to bring you a different perspective on our Slipstreams. In the coming weeks, we'll be featuring a mini-series of blogs by Brad Lee. He experienced Summer Slipstream in his first ever Slipstream experience this year. His reflections, observations and letter home are all chronicled in the...
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Lessons from the Backcountry

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Words & Photos by Paul Vugteveen Coincidentally, two of my brothers and myself began our annual backpacking trip on day one of National Diabetes Awareness Month. Due to scheduling conflicts, we decided to set out on November 1, a few weeks later than we initially intended. The fact that this adventure...
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Packing Your Bag

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Words by Alicia de la Rosa | Photos by Blair Ryan August 12th, 2017: 13 individuals with type 1 diabetes are in a hostel, figuring out the best way to pack their bags with all the necessary supplies for a 6-day backcountry hike through the North Coast Trail. Preparing your...
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Hiking Gear Faves

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Words & Photos by Erik Douds You are in the right place if you feel like a traveling pharmacy when figuring out what gear to pack on a hike. Hikers with diabetes must balance bringing the minimum amount of gear while making sure nothing is left behind. We also have...
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