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Father’s Day: Enjoy Good Food and Nature With Dad

Summer is around the corner and we have all you need for the perfect summer picnic! And of course, with Dad!

Let’s get started from the gifts for the dad who loves reading first. I believe those dads want to read more picnic or nature adventure ideas in advance.

GRILLED CHEESE & BEER is spiced with wit and a passion for all things grilled cheese and beer, with easy-to-follow instructions that make it perfect for any skill level. It contains over 50 one-of-a-kind grilled cheese sandwich recipes, perfectly paired with craft beers designed to draw out the full flavor of each ingredient.

Grilled Cheese & Beer: https://www.amazon.com/dp/157826653X

THE NATURE LOVER‘S QUOTATION BOOK is a collection of inspirational and meaningful quotes perfect for every lover of the great outdoors. From simple walks and hikes in the woods, to longer treks and camping, we eagerly search for opportunities to escape into nature. Now there is a beautiful collection of inspired readings to take along the trail and read around the campfire, or just contemplate at home.

Nature Lover’s: https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1578267447/

Secondly, some handful products are very important for your and dad’s adventure.

Bindle Bottle

Keep your necessities close with the Bindle Bottle. This bottle holds 24 ounces of your favorite beverage as well as small necessities such as chapstick, keys, or headphones.

  • This 2-in-1 bottle features:
  • Dual-walled and vacuum-insulated construction
  • Keeps drinks hot or cold for hours
  • Keeps the outside of the bottle “sweat-free”
  • Liquid capacity: 24 fl. oz.
  • Waterproof and scent-proof storage compartment: 3.3” H x 3.2” W
  • 18/8 food-grade stainless steel
  • BPA-free

The Bindle Bottle is THE must-have sip’n’stash for all your adventures!

Ecuadane

Snuggle up with your loved ones under a special blanket from Ecuadane. Each is made with love in the heart of Ecuador by native Otavaleños living amidst the Andes Mountains and volcanoes.  The blanket combines a blend of rich earth tones creating an exquisite pattern that will travel and carry the history of your many adventures.

Last but not the lease, of course is food, food, food!

Milkadamia

Treat your dairy-free partygoers to a creamy alternative. Milkadamia aims to make the transition from dairy the most delightful to your taste buds. With its subtle taste and milky texture that performs superbly in creations from smoothie bowls to baked goods, Available at Walmart nationwide in the refrigerated section.

Andrea’s Truffles

Treat dad to Chocolate Crack ​by Andrea’s truffles. Chocolate Crack is made from mouth watering​ French wafer cookie crumbles folded into chocolate with San Diego sea salt, topped with vanilla bean white chocolate drizzle. Dad will be thanking you!​

Chocolate Pizza Company

Indulge in Peanut Butter Wings®, they are the taste sensation everyone is talking about! These one-of-a-kind treats use crisp, rippled potato chips smothered in creamy peanut butter and covered in rich chocolate. The salty-sweet profile is a masterpiece! Peanut Butter Wings are also the perfect complement to Chocolate Pizza® which together create a “Pizza & Wing Combo”.

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It’s the weekend– throw the ultimate slumber party!

Snuggle up with your loved ones under a special blanket from Ecuadane. Each is made with love in the heart of Ecuador by native Otavaleños living amidst the Andes Mountains and volcanoes.  The blanket combines a blend of rich earth tones creating an exquisite pattern that will travel and carry the history of your many adventures. I want to introduce this super cool product to you, it is beautiful, functional and very comfy!

Here are some cute choices:

THE ANTISANA BLANKET ARROW

 

$129.99

The Antisana blanket is named after a stratovolcano of the Northern Andes, Ecuador. It’s vibrant colors and geometric patterns will bring the rustic charm of southwestern culture into your favorite cozy space. Great for the home, beach, camping or a picnic. It’s blend of high quality alpaca and synthetic materials ensure durability for wonderful memories for years to come.

$129.99

Inspired by the active stratovolcano located in the Cordillera Oriental of Ecuador, the Tungurahua blanket is a collector’s item. The volcano draws wanderlust visitors who thirst for adventure and admire the beauty of nature. The blanket combines a blend of rich earth tones creating an exquisite pattern that will travel and carry the history of your many adventures. Woven by Otavaleños, the ultra soft throw is an Ecuadorian blend of alpaca and synthetic materials.

$129.99

Inspired by a dormant volcano in the Andes of Ecuador, the Cotacachi blanket features a combination of cool and warm color scheme and detailed native print. Its blend of vibrant rich colors makes the blanket the perfect piece to transition from cool summer nights to colder winter evenings. Our ultra soft blanket is an Ecuadorian blend of alpaca and synthetic materials.

$129.99

Inspired by a dormant volcano in the Andes of Ecuador, the Cotacachi blanket features a beautiful warm color pallet and detailed native print. Its blend of vibrant rich colors makes the blanket the perfect piece to transition from cool summer nights to colder winter evenings. Our ultra soft blanket is an Ecuadorian blend of alpaca and synthetic materials.

It is all about ECUADANE.

Manufacturer:

The everywhere Blanket is manufactured in a small family owned facility on Otavalo, Ecuador where the indigenous Otavaleno people have been weavers since pre-Incan times.

Sustainability:

The Otavaleno culture believes Mother Nature, or Pachamama, to be as important as a human being full of life, strength and soul. They do not seek to dominate the environment but to coexist with it. Therefore, The Everywhere Blanket is created using only high-recycled content material.

Design:

The original design of The Everywhere Blanket are inspired by the Otavaleno culture and tradition as well the diverse nature and beauty of the Andean mountain region.

Care:

Machine Wash cold using Woolite Detergent. Tumble dry on medium. Don’t forget to brush your blanket to maintian its appearance.

Charity:

$10 from your purchase will be donated to Baca Ortiz Children’s Hospital in Quito Ecuador to provide care for children in the community.

To Discover the Undiscovered – About Ecuadane.

We are three American sisters with parents who were raised on different continents (Europe and South America) who through their love for each other and their respective cultures have made it a mission to share with us the gift of travel. Travel opens our minds and our hearts to new discoveries. Travel makes us realize that in essence we are all the same, but our culture and subjective experience mold us into beings that are all beautifully different and unique.  Through our travel experiences we have learned so much and have had the privilege of seeing how the singular talent of craftsmanship as it is applied in different cultures and seen through their varying creative lenses produces vastly different products and designs.  The detailed beauty that is woven into the fabric of a culture becomes visually apparent as it is woven into the fabric of the products they produce.

We love to travel, and even more, we love to spend time with our family. So we decided to embark on an adventure that would help us accomplish more of both! Thus, Ecuadane was born as an online market of curated short run, high quality products from around the world, exposing others to a piece of our journey, while supporting the craftsmen and women and the families that created them.  Families supporting families, sharing in the diversity of cultures, traditions and lifestyle. Curating great stories, and even greater products!

Our mission through sharing in our lifestyle is that we might create a community that supports, shares and educates – helping us all become more aware of the beauty of the human experience.

We are three sisters with big hearts and big plans. We are Ecuadane.

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