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The coolest thing we ever built on a camping trip was a sick-ass gimp lanyard. Maybe we grew up too early or just went to the wrong camp, because 90 campers in New Hampshire just built this incredible structure in the middle of the woods. Dubbed Salvage Station No. 8, the building is now part of Camp Beam, a camp that teaches kids ages 9–16 how to build and craft things with their own hands. Inside, Salvage Station No. 8 looks like it was pulled from the set of Lost, as there’s a definite sci-fi, post-apocalyptic vibe to the thing. The design came from artist Shing Yin Khor, who originally imagined it as something for Burning Man. We dig the middle of the woods a bit more. 

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Ah, the waffle weave. Looks cool, feels great, reminds us of toasted Eggos. You’ve seen them before–probably in a fancy store or hotel–but Parachute’s brand new Waffle Towels are different. They’re spun using innovative Aerocotton Technology, which basically means they’ll be dry by the time your significant other finally gets out of the shower and realizes you stole their towel. Parachute’s Waffle Towels come in two sizes and two neutral colors. Plus, their 100% cotton construction means they start soft and only get softer with time. Even Kevin McCallister would approve.