Unwrapping the Gifts of the Magi

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Unwrapping the Gifts of the Magi

A Christmastime standard is the song, We Three Kings Of Orient Are. The Gospel of Matthew gives us the tale of the Magi, the Wise Men, the 3 Kings of Orient.
Matthew 2:1-12 King James Version (KJV)

1 Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem,

2 Saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him.

3 When Herod the king had heard these things, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.

4 And when he had gathered all the chief priests and scribes of the people together, he demanded of them where Christ should be born.

5 And they said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judaea: for thus it is written by the prophet,

6 And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda, art not the least among the princes of Juda: for out of thee shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel.

7 Then Herod, when he had privily called the wise men, enquired of them diligently what time the star appeared.

8 And he sent them to Bethlehem, and said, Go and search diligently for the young child; and when ye have found him, bring me word again, that I may come and worship him also.

9 When they had heard the king, they departed; and, lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was.

10 When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy.

11 And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense and myrrh.

12 And being warned of God in a dream that they should not return to Herod, they departed into their own country another way.

So, what else do we know about these wise men of the east? Let’s take a look at the traditional profiles of the Magi.

The Gifts

Glorious now behold Him arise
King and God and Sacrifice!
Al-le-lu-ia, al-le-lu-ia
Heaven to earth replies

The Magi came to bring gifts symbolic of what Jesus represents: King and God and Sacrifice. Let’s dive a bit deeper.

Gold – Gift for the King of Kings – Melchior, King of Arabia

Born a King on Bethlehem’s plain
Gold I bring to crown Him again
King for ever, ceasing never
Over us all to reign

Melchior brings gold for the King of Kings. This title worried Herod the most. He was jealously possessive of the power vested in him by the Roman Empire and the legitimacy that the Sanhedrin grudgingly acknowledged for him. A true Messiah would definitely upset the delicate balance of things. Certainly, he wanted to know where Jesus was so he could put an end to this threat to his power. Little did he know that Jesus came for a higher purpose than rulership of the Holy Land. He couldn’t have understood even if they had told him. All he knew was his lust for power and his desperate need to destroy anyone and anything that threatened to unseat him.

Frankincense – Gift for the Word made Flesh – Caspar, King of Sheba

Frankincense to offer have I
Incense owns a Deity nigh
Prayer and praising, all men raising
Worship Him, God most high

Incense made from the resin of the Boswellia carterii or Boswellia sacara tree was extolled in Exodus 30:34-38 as an equal part of an incense to be used only for when Moses was to meet with God.

34 The Lord said to Moses, “Take sweet spices, stacte, and onycha, and galbanum, sweet spices with pure frankincense (of each shall there be an equal part),

35 and make an incense blended as by the perfumer, seasoned with salt, pure and holy.

36 You shall beat some of it very small, and put part of it before the testimony in the tent of meeting where I shall meet with you. It shall be most holy for you.

37 And the incense that you shall make according to its composition, you shall not make for yourselves. It shall be for you holy to the Lord.

38 Whoever makes any like it to use as perfume shall be cut off from his people.”

As a key part of God’s own personal incense, this seems an appropriate gift for the Christ-child. Fortunately, any one of us can take advantage of the many benefits of Frankincense as long as we don’t add in all the rest of the spices that comprise the blend prescribed for the Holy of Holies. This gift represents recognition of Jesus’ divine nature and the gift of divine forgiveness he was born to bestow upon the world.

Myrrh – Gift for Sacrifice – Balthazar, King of Tarse and Egypt

Myrrh is mine
Its bitter perfume breathes
A life of gathering gloom
Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying
Sealed in the stone cold tomb

Oil made from the resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree was traditionally used as a perfume to mask the stench of dead bodies while preparing them for the grave. This gift symbolizes the death that Jesus would eventually have to suffer as the “full, perfect, and sufficient sacrifice, oblation, and satisfaction, for the sins of the whole world“. As with frankincense, myrrh is also used for medicinal purposes and is very popular in toothpaste worldwide.


As you can see, the gifts of the Wise Men were certainly symbolic in nature but were actually immediately useful to the Holy Family. I mean, who doesn’t need some gold? The Frankincense and Myrrh were costly gifts but they were also particularly useful for health and sanitary purposes. People have often wondered what use the latter two gifts would be to anyone, but now you know the rest of the story!

A Letter To Santa

A Letter To Santa

There is an outfit on FaceBook called TXT Stories and they’ve made a number of interesting stories for the holidays that I’d like to share with you. Today, being Christmas Eve, I’d like to share this one. It’s an exchange between a desperate mother and a Santa her son saw at their local shopping mall.

TXTMAS 2018 #8 – A TEXT TO SANTA | by txtstories

TXTMAS EP. 8 – texting a letter to santa… ✨🎅🎁
#txtmas

Posted by TXT Stories on Wednesday, December 20, 2017

How’s that for a surprise ending? I’ve got some more to share in the coming days. Some are helpful and some are just silly.

I don’t know about you, but I think that’s a clever way of telling a story. Technology is definitely having a wonderful effect on our culture. The ability to tell a story in the form of a simulated text exchange is something quite new and innovative. It’s an interesting spin on the slice of life skits you see in high school and youth group amateur theatrics taken to a new level with computer animation. The folks at TXT Stories are quite creative as you’ll see in the coming days. Stay tuned!

I’m going on the Naughty List

I’m going on the Naughty List

…and I’m PROUD of it! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!

Okay, let’s review the history of Christmas. Certainly, there’s the Nativity Scene aspect of it, but there’s also the secular or pagan aspects of the holiday. Going back to the days of Saturnalia and to the medieval celebrations with the Lord of Misrule, the Yuletide has come with its own tricky traditions like Christmas Crackers and kissing under the mistletoe.

Well, my own naughty Christmas tradition is pranking my kids. This year, my son will be receiving a well-wrapped present. Now, when I say well-wrapped I mean an entire roll of red Duck Tape and the better part of a roll of clear packing tape. If he wants his watch, he’s going to have to work for it.  😆 If you’re not feeling as puckish, you can click here for some more responsible uses of Duck Tape in your holiday wrapping and decoration.

Christmas is many things to many people.

Some folks look at it as a time to be sad. Loved ones we miss or even those who we lost during the holidays can bring a melancholy over the whole holiday season. Those who are alone in this world can view the holidays with a jaundiced eye. Some people whose political views see the holidays as a celebration of the worst excesses of capitalism can become quite miserable during the last month or two of each year.

On the other hand, there are some people who are so into it. The holidays are replete with opportunities for happiness, fun, love and togetherness. Family get-togethers, office parties, gift exchanges with friends or just hanging out with the people you enjoy sharing time with watching Christmas movies are all very excellent ways to share the magic of the holidays. Baking cookies for your family, friends, the neighborhood or even for sharing with people you don’t even know is a great way to share the Christmas Spirit. Some people like to decorate their houses for their own enjoyment while others like to decorate their homes and yards with lights that could very well be seen from space.

However you choose to celebrate the holidays or to leave them pass you by, we wish you the peace and joy that the best Christmas carols speak of.

As a parting thought, here’s something that may or may not be pleasing. I’m still not sure how I feel about it. Either way, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours from me and mine!

Christmas Shopping Season 2017

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Christmas Shopping Season 2017

Make a list for Christmas Shopping

He's making a list, he's checking it twice
This is a famous line from one of the most beloved Christmas songs. Everyone who celebrates Christmas knows all about Santa’s good and naughty lists. Most people do their best to stay off of Santa’s naughty list. While the concept of Santa’s lists is a fun way to convince children to be on their best behavior during the Christmas season, the concept of a list should one that all Christmas shoppers depend on while they are doing their Christmas shopping. In fact, your Christmas shopping should be filled with a variety of lists. You can create lists for everyone you plan to give gifts to this year. You should make lists of potential gift ideas and narrow them down to the actual gifts you’ll buy. All of this list making may sound tedious but we’ll see how all of these lists can be very helpful.

Making a list of everyone you plan to give a Christmas present to should be the first step in any Christmas shopping expedition. This list is important because it gives you a handy reference to all the people you want to surprise with a holiday treat while you are shopping. It also gives you a tally of the number of people on your Christmas list. Knowing how many people are on your list is important for setting a budget. Determine how much money you can afford to spend and divide this amount by the number of people on your list and this will give you an idea of how much you can spend on each person on your Christmas list.

After you make this list and set your budget, it is a good idea to make a new list of potential gift ideas for each person on your Christmas gift list. It’s a good idea to brainstorm and come up with a couple of viable gift ideas for each person on your first list. When you are out Christmas shopping, it will help you to know where to start your search. You’ll have a few choices on hand if you are having difficulty finding just the right presents for someone. You may find items that are not on your list but are perfect for the person you are shopping for. It’s okay to buy gifts that are not on the list as long as you stick to your budget. Your list of gift ideas is just a point of departure. If you find a more appropriate gift that is not on your list, go ahead and roll with it.

When Christmas shopping, you should also keep a list of the items you actually purchase. This is particularly helpful if you have a very long list. You might have difficulty remembering all the items you already bought if you don’t mark them down. Keeping an updated list will minimize this problem. This list also comes in handy when it is time to start wrapping all the Christmas gifts you’ve purchased. If you have a closet full of gifts, you may have trouble remembering which one goes to whom. However, if you kept an accurate list while you shopped, this should not be a problem.

Setting a Budget for Christmas Shopping

GiftingIt is never too early to start thinking about setting a budget for Christmas shopping. As much as we would like to be able to purchase anything and everything we want for our friends and relatives, most of us have to budget carefully to be able to get Christmas gifts for all of our friends and relatives withouth breaking the bank. As such, it is very important to set a budget for Christmas shopping and to do your best to really stick to it.

Some people take an interesting approach to setting their Christmas shopping budget by waiting until they are ready to start shopping to actually set the budget. They usually do this because they are saving specifically for the purpose of Christmas shopping. Whether they open up a bank account specifically for Christmas shopping, set aside money in a piggy bank each week or plan on using a percentage of their income from the month of November for Christmas shopping it is important to set your budget and determine a plan for purchasing all of the Christmas gifts without exceeding your shopping budget.

Other people take a different approach to setting a budget for Christmas shopping. They do this by shopping throughout the year and incorporating their spending for Christmas presents into their monthly budgets. These individuals may designate a percentage of their monthly income to Christmas gift giving. They might either purchase the gifts on a monthly basis or simply set aside the money for a Christmas shopping spree later in the year. Those who spread out the Christmas shopping by doing a little bit of shopping each month not only keep their budget in control but they also eliminate a great deal of the stress which often accompanies last minute Christmas shopping.

Another interesting approach to setting a budget for Christmas shopping is waiting for an end of year bonanza. Those who typically receive a financial bonus at work around Christmas time may base their budget on the amount of money they are awarded in this bonus. This strategy may work out well since it does not cause them to alter their normal monthly spending. These bonuses are independent of their regular monthly budgeting. However, unless these bonuses are guaranteed annually, there is some risk involved. Often, annual bonuses are awarded based on criteria such as the company’s earnings and the individual employee’s contributions to the success of the company. The company may not enjoy financial success or the contributions of the employee may not be highly valued. There may be either no bonus or a bonus much lower than expected. When this happens, those who count on bonuses for Christmas shopping may find themselves in a pinch with no recourse but to stack up debt on their credit cards instead.

Budgeting for Christmas shopping is especially important for those who plan to use credit cards to make their purchases. In the case of credit card purchases, it would be worthwhile to spread the Christmas shopping out over the entire year in order to repay the debts associated with the shopping on a monthly basis. This will help to prevent carrying a huge balance and being charged interest on that balance each month. However, if must do all of your Christmas shopping at one time, it’s best to save up during the year instead of running up your cards. Before you begin shopping, evaluate the amount of money you have saved and set the budget for your Christmas shopping. This way even though you are using a credit card and will receive a large bill the following month, you will already have enough money to pay the bill in its entirety and avoid paying interest on the debt.

Even those with the best of intentions can find themselves going over their Christmas shopping budget. When this happens, it’s important to keep your generosity under control and avoid going too far over budget. You may spend too much on one or two people on your Christmas list but you can offset this by purchasing less expensive gifts for a few other people to stay within the overall budget.


We hope this has helped you keep a bit of a tight rein on your shopping forays. Be kind and courteous to family and friends, but be kind to yourself by not burying yourself in debt.

Kinetic Sand Sandbox & Molds

Kinetic Sand Sandbox & Molds

Wacky-tivities brings you Kinetic Sand!

Kinetic Sand is squeezable sand that never dries out. It’s creative, stimulating fun for children 3 years and older. They can mold, squeeze, drip and shape artistic creations over and over again.

Kinetic Sand cleans up easily because it sticks to itself, not you.

Kinetic Sand is sand bound with a special, non-toxic, hypoallergenic polymer. Some children with very rare allergies to polymers may suffer a reaction, but it is casein, gluten, nut and wheat free.

  • 98% Sand
  • + 2% Polymer
  • 100% Fun!

Exposure to moisture can affect the consistency of the sand. If mixed with water, spread it out on a baking sheet and allow it to dry. Pet hair will not stick to it, but if you mix different colors together they will not separate.

Kinetic Sand is particularly good for kids with special needs as it provides a soothing tactile experience.

The Kinetic Sand Sandbox & Molds playset comes with:

  • 1lb of Kinetic Sand (Green, Purple or Blue)
  • 4 plastic molds
  • 1 plastic sandbox tray

We think your kids will love the hours of creative play that the Kinetic Sand Sandbox & Molds provides.

Xmas Heroes – Parents

Xmas Heroes – Parents

What would Christmas be without parents? As much as Christmas has become a child-focused affair, it really depends on the parents to bring the magic to the holiday. Having been on both sides of the spectrum, I can say this is completely true.

My parents did such a wonderful job of making Christmastime special for my sister and me. My mother spent weeks ahead of the big day baking cookies. It was a great time for togetherness. She put on the Bing Crosby album and stacked up the Chipmunks behind it and we began making and baking the cookies that would go into Tupperware containers until family and friends came by. My father got out the electric racetrack and we raced our little cars for hours on end. We all sat together and watched Christmas specials and holiday movies on TV. We all got together and played board games and cards. Weather permitting, we went out and had snowball fights and built forts. It was such a wonderful experience and gave me a lifelong love for the holiday season.

On the flip side, as a parent I get no greater joy than burying my wife and kids in presents and watching holiday movies together. Creating a place where my kids can enjoy the magic of the holidays is an annual challenge and goal for me. If you’re anything like me, the thrill of finding a 24×7 Christmas music station is a harbinger of marvelous things to come. I’m no Clark Griswold, but I do like things to be a bit over the top for the holidays. I like having decorations in every corner of the house. I like having all the tastes and smells of the season available throughout the month of December and even the weeks before and after.

Honestly, I miss the days of counting down the days until Christmas and having a mountain of presents mysteriously appear beneath the tree. That was a real treat. It made the holidays genuinely magical for me. That being said, I never cease to be amazed at just how the magic continues to apply. As the parents, it is our job to make those presents mysteriously appear for Christmas morning. The amazing thing is that we actually put it together. Having slowly gathered and wrapped the presents for our munchkins, we tuck them away to await the big reveal. Stepping back from our late night Santa stand-in, we’re nearly just as thrilled and amazed as if we were the ones receiving the presents. It is a truly enchanting sight. The twinkling lights of the tree cast a special glow over the stack of presents we’ve assembled for the kids. It’s enough to give me a chill of delight just looking at it.

I’m so pleased to have shared this week of Christmas Heroes with you. Thank you for following our series. For the Twelve Days of Christmas this year, I have assembled a variety of obscure yuletide entertainments. I hope you will enjoy them as much as you have our Christmas Heroes and Historical Grinches.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Gift Ideas – Other Experiences

Gift Ideas – Other Experiences

We’ve covered a variety of options in experience gifts, but there are so many more ideas. People think of Christmas as a time to pile on the presents, but folks get tired of getting stuff and collecting knick knacks. There is a movement afoot to celebrate Christmas by providing experiences to people who are too caught up in the hurly burly of everyday life to make time for their actual passions.

The Arts

experience the artsThe arts afford a lot of worthwhile experiences that people can indulge themselves in. Painting, writing, dancing, sculpting and other arts provide a great deal of relaxation and self-expression. People are generally too caught up in the practical realities of everyday life. By giving a gift that encourages them to engage in artistic expression, you are helping to extend their lives through stress reduction and also adding to the collection of beautiful things that humanity has ever created.

One way to inspire artistic expression is to provide your loved ones with art supplies. There is nothing that demands the imagination go into action like a blank page and a box of crayons or paints.

experiencing danceAnother source of stress relief, exercise and pleasurable self-expression is a night of dancing. Whether you treat your recipient to formal dance lessons or simply tickets to a dance or gift certificates for a night club, giving someone an opportunity to dance is a wonderful gift of experience. Couples can have a chance to reconnect, draw closer and share new memories when they spend an evening out dancing.

Service Projects

Another wonderful thing that you can give someone for Christmas is an opportunity for them to serve others. As it says in the Book of Acts,

In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ”
Acts 20:35

serving-othersIt is truly more blessed to give than to receive. Anyone who has ever given a gift to a child knows the joy of watching their eyes light up. It is even more so when you take the time to help those who, for whatever reason, cannot help themselves. Volunteering at a food pantry, soup kitchen, visiting shut-in seniors, hosting a Christmas party for needy children, gathering winter clothes for underprivileged people, gathering household necessities for people who have suffered a catastrophic loss, all these things are worthwhile activities that elevate the soul of the giver. When you give selflessly, you gain immeasurably. What a wonderful gift to give to someone who is in a rut or caught up in the rampant materialism of our current age. Doing for others does wonders for us.

Gift Ideas – Sports Experiences

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Rather than finding a tie or some socks for that special someone, give them the gift of exercise. Some people are die hard sports enthusiasts and there is no better way to give them a memorable gift than to immerse them in their favorite sport. Whether it’s team sports like football, baseball, soccer and volleyball or whether it’s individual endeavors like golf, skiing and martial arts, your sports enthusiast has a lot of options for you to give them a sports experience gift for Christmas

Golf

golfThere are many different types of sports experiences. You can give your golfing loved one a series of lessons from a PGA Pro. They’ll get to lower their score using the instructions the pro gives them after analyzing their swing.

Check your local listings for country clubs and golf courses to see what options are available to you. In my area, the Mahoning Valley Country Club, the Olde Homestead Golf Club and the Schuylkill County Country Club all offer lessons and special offers for golf enthusiasts and would-be golfers alike.

If this is the gift, then there is no end to the number of golfing gifts you can give. From golf apparel to new clubs to the myriad of gadgets like electronic scorecards or golf GPS systems – they’ll love them all.

Baseball

baseballIs your loved one a baseball fan? Visit their favorite team’s website and see if they offer any VIP fan packages. Take the Phillies for instance. They have something called the Philadelphia Phillies Phantasy Baseball Camp (it sells out fast, so shop smart). They have a package for people who want to be players, general managers and Phans. These packages give your gift recipient the ability to meet and greet one of the fans’ favorite players.

The packages each have their own perks, but some of the treats include VIP seating, catered lunches, a personalized Phillies uniform, autographed ball and a video of the great times at camp. This will be a wonderful experience for your favorite Phillies fan.

Gift Ideas – Flying

Gift Ideas – Flying

flyingAs Christmas draws near, consider whether or not Santa should be the only one flying around. Some of the people on your Christmas shopping list might want to spend some time in the wild blue yonder rather than getting bogged down with more tchotchkes.

Flying Lessons

Many people have “flying a plane” as one of their bucket list items. This is a very popular experience gift – and you can make a loved one’s dreams come true this Christmas season!

Most larger communities have municipal airports where you can buy a package of flying lessons for someone. If you’re not quite sure, then you may be able to find flight simulator gift packages, so they don’t really have to go up in the air just yet.

In the real flying packages, your loved one will typically get some hands on training about the basics of aviation. They’ll be riding in the co-pilot’s seat, but one the craft is up in the air, they get to handle the plane more – as much as they’re comfortable with. Most flying lessons are approximately 30 minutes long, but they can be longer. It starts with a lesson on flying safety, followed by flight tutorials. Then they take off into the deep blue sky!

pilotIf you want to avoid the plane gift, you can opt for a helicopter flying lesson instead. Light aircraft is a bit different, so the gift recipient will get instructions about the differences in takeoff, landing and in-flight elements. If the person you’re buying for may someday want to get their pilot’s license, then these training sessions often count toward their flight time. But these aren’t the only flying experience you can choose!
If the person you want to buy for needs even more thrills, then look for a dog fight experience. Not a real dog fight – a flying dog fight in the air! There are true Top Gun flight experiences you can buy where they get to go in a fighter plane and learn about tactical maneuvers. They get to actually take the controls and do spirals, loops and other pulse-racing maneuvers. These are typically recorded for you from the ground so that you can relive the moment over and over again. The Sky Combat Ace school is available in Henderson, NV and El Cajon, CA. If you want to go for an international adventure, there’s MiGs over Moscow where you can fly Cold War Soviet MiG fighter planes over Moscow or Novgorod, Russia.

Some options that are local to my area are Moyer Aviation and Hi-Tech Helicopters in Tobyhanna and there is Acepilot Training in Allentown at the regional airport.

Balloon Tours

For those who are less interested in thrill rides and more into sweeping vistas and romantic jaunts, hot air balloon tours might be an excellent experiential gift. Lazily drifting over hills and valleys as you dip fondue and drink wine is more to some people’s liking than zooming around like the Blue Angels.

balloonsHot air balloon ride vendors offer a variety of tours that include photos, dinner or breakfast reservations, B&B stays and, of course, stunning scenery. Balloon rides are intimate, relaxing and highlight the natural beauty of your local area when seen from a bird’s eye view.

Check your local listings for vendors in your area. Some of the best options near me are AirVentures in Paoli, Balloon Chase Adventures in Moscow and the United States Hot Air Balloon Team in Bird in Hand.

Gift Ideas – Driving Experiences

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Is there someone on your Christmas shopping list who might say “I feel the need. The need for speed.“? If you know someone who enjoys a white knuckle drive, we’ve got some exciting gift ideas to thrill your friends or family.

Racecar Training

If you know someone who has a need for speed, then you can find a local or nearby racing facility that lets you give the gift of racecar driver training.racecars

For instance, you can buy someone a professional racing experience where they get to drive a real racecar that’s been driven by famous racers. There are a variety of packages. The Pocono Raceway isn’t too far from where I live. They have a stock car racing experience as well as a variety of other racing adventures that you can give as an unforgettable gift.

For example, you could get them a ride along package where they get to ride with an instructor to see how it’s done. There’s the driving experience where they get to drive it themselves. And there are more all-inclusive packages. Another racing school that is local to me is Bertil Roos’ Racing School at the Pocono International Raceway, but is also available through raceways in New Jersey, Virginia and Florida.

A racecar driving experience includes things like meeting with the crew chief, getting clear instructions and training about driving a racecar, radio communication inside the racecar with your pit crew, a timed racing session, and a certificate that reminds you of your achievement.

So what could you wrap under the tree to go with this experience? If you have to fly in to the race track, then it might include airline tickets to that. But as far as tangible items, you could start with a sleek racing helmet. Racers also wear a support element for the helmet in case they wreck. In addition to these items, you could get the fire suit, which are coveralls, gloves, and driving shoes – all in a fire resistant fabric!

You might even personalize these items with your loved one’s first or last name and their favorite number. Order it all in their favorite color schemes, too!

Off-Road Adventures

offroadFor those who aren’t excited about driving around in circles or are squeamish about driving hundreds of miles per hour, off-roading might be a more suitable gift. There are a variety of companies providing opportunities for off-road driving adventures, dirt biking and ATV excursions.

In my area, I was able to identify quite a few wonderful opportunities for rustic racing and exploration. AOAA Full Throttle in Coal Township, Pocono ATVs, Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Pine Grove, Lost Trails in Dunmore and Xplor-Int an Off Highway Vehicles in Nottingham are all within an hour’s drive of my home. I’m sure there are plenty of excellent options near you. Each of these vendors list exciting offers for the outdoor enthusiast on your Christmas shopping list. Give them a call and reserve an outdoor experience your loved one will never forget.

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