It’s midsummer in the Carolinas, and many families refuse to let sauna-like temperatures keep them huddled indoors around a screen. They’re the folks you see biking the greenways, geocaching in the woods with their kids, or seeking out secret urban fishing holes. What do you and your kids — or grandkids, neighbor kids, friends — do to enjoy the outdoors in July? Send us your stories for the next Backyard & Beyond and we’ll pick one reader to win “15 Minutes Outside: 365 Ways to Get out of the House and Connect with Your Kids,” by Rebecca P. Cohen.
Leave a comment or send your ideas and stories to AskBackyard@gmail.com and include your full name and a daytime number. – Amber Veverka