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Articles from Sunset (August 1, 2011)

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A haven in the park. 338
A tree house grows in Portland: bringing the spirit of great outdoors to the big city. Libby, Brian 379
A wine for every elevation; the scenery and the weather: toast your visit to a national wonder with a wine that matches. Schneider, Sara 427
All yours: love the national parks, hate the crowds? Our 3 strategies for outsmarting the high season. 1393
August: what to do in Northern California. White, Hazel Brief article 308
Better than candy: sharp-looking and juicy-sweet heirloom and hybrid melons are the cool new kids in the bin. Machnak, Amy 1020
Camp food quest. Tamony, Katie Brief article 316
Chefs gone wild: these campers know how to eat well under the stars. Johnson, Elaine 1722
Coing dutch: meet your cook-it-all camping tool. Machnak, Amy 577
Day trip Felton. Jardina, Elizabeth 474
Deep knowledge: sami seeb of lakewood, colorado, is an underwater archaeologist for the national park service, mapping treasures few of us have seen. Tamony, Katie Interview 264
Dressing for dinner. Brief article 148
Fast & fresh: recipes from our campsite and yours, in 30 minutes or less. Recipe 674
Feed the work: learn how to make ultra-seasonal, knock'em-dead stir-fries with veggies from your garden or farmers' market. 111
Get the bug: thanks to Robyn Meier and Mark velijkovich, the duo behind Denver's I've got wood furniture, beetle-kill Colorado pine is given a second life. 392
It's not too late: 3 new rules for last-minute travelers--plus a lodge you can book this month. 135
Jerky grows up. Brief article 203
Living lodge: bring the woodsy glamour of a national park vacation home in vivid color. Jones, Miranda 235
More trees, please: Redwoods are swell, but the crowds gathering to gawk at them? Not very peaceful. Here are three spots to see the giants without hordes of tourists. Brief article 196
Posts from our Facebook fans. Brief article 191
Presenting the S'most: bake your own graham crackers? Make your own marshmallows? it may sound crazy, but try these s'mores just once--you'll never go back. 716
Romanesco: grow a sweeter (and prettier) broccoli. Chai, Julie; Dean, Stephanie 561
Set sail: now that San Francisco has won the bid to host the 34th America's cup regatta in 3012 and San Diego the AC World Series this fall, all eyes are on tie water. but it you've never sailed before, or it's been awhile, we recommend easing into it slowly--like on a no-experience necessary daysail. Go, be with the wind. Davis, Jeffrey 1738
T.C. Boyle on Island fever: how the author felt in love with California's Channel Islands National Park while writing his latest novel. Fish, Peter Interview 768
Take your kitchen to camp: from the at-home prep and packing your cooler to setting it all up when you getthere. Machnak, Amy 385
Tear that fence down! How two San Francisco homeowners created their own private park. Chai, Julie 198
The classics, rebooted. Recipe 1003
The new Campground classics: fresh spins on old favorifqs, from hobo bundles to pineapple upside-dow cake. Dean, Stephanie; Machnak, Amy 103
Think inside the box: from the high seas to sunset's backyard--a retired shipping container begins a second career. Gaffney, Sarah 298
Trek and treat: it's not like you need a reason to hike the region's most breathtaking trails. But here are three good ones just the same. 459
Your stay in paradise: good to unforgettable: A visit to (or overnight in) one of the west's great national park lodges can transform your vacation from good to unforgettable. Fish, Peter 735

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