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AgLocal Premium Meat Delivery Promo

Tired of the same old meat market? It's time to make an upgrade! San Francisco-based AgLocal delivers the very best grass-fed, pasture-raised meats directly to you. It’s like a care package of goodness: beef, chicken, pork, and more. AgLocal partners directly with and buys only from local family-owned farms committed to a transparent food system and responsibly raised meats. In fact, AgLocal visits and audits every farm, providing complete profiles so you can trust where your meat is coming from. And pasture-raised meat tastes wayyy better (and is healthier!) than the stuff you get at the grocery store. Taste for yourself: Sign up now for AgLocal with Promo Code WEEKEND20 and you'll save $20 on your first shipment. Choose the once-a-month subscription (which you can pause or cancel anytime) or opt for AgLocal’s NEW “By the Cut”—where you choose the farm, the cut, and the amount! Your shipment includes more than just the great meats—you’ll also get recipes, as well as farm and animal sourcing info. Sign up for your AgLocal shipment today.

SAVE $20: Get a $20 discount with Promo Code WEEKEND20 when you give AgLocal a try (expires March 31, 2015). There are two options: a monthly subscription (which you can change, pause, or cancel at any time) or By the Cut, where you choose the farm, the cut, and the amount!

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  1. From Town to Falls

    Mount Tam’s Cascade Falls is a bit under the radar, tucked back off a residential area in Mill Valley. Some people drive up to the tiny parking lot nearest to the falls. Do an easy 3-mile (round-trip) hike right from downtown Mill Valley, weaving through quiet streets and secret trails.

  2. The Carson Show

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  3. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park waterfall hike in Sonoma Valley

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    Right in the heart of wine country there’s plenty more than wine flowing right now, with an oft unheralded waterfall that surges to an exuberant spectacle from all the recent rain.

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  1. A woman stands at Dante's View in Death Valley, looking out to Telescope Peak and Manly Lake, Badwater Basin below.

    Sunset Hike (and Manly Lake Vista!) at Dante's View

    It’s one of the world’s best places to watch a sunset. Dante’s View is a 5,476-foot vantage of the whole southern basin of Death Valley from the top of the Black Mountains. On clear days you get views of both the highest and lowest points in the contiguous U.S. 

  2. Skull On!

    Temescal Canyon not only has epic views, it's got a waterfall right now, one that only shows after big rains. Head out on this 4.6-mile loop.

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    Trebek Open Space

    While most hikers head over to adjacent Runyon Canyon, instead do the 2-mile hike at Trebek Open Space and pay your respects to the legendary Jeopardy host and philanthropist, Alex Trebek.

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    Starry Night & Dark Sky Adventures

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