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Giving gifts is one of my favorite things to do; I’m really good at it. I love thinking about what someone needs or wants and then surprising them with it on their special day. The very best gift I’ve ever given was to my very adventurous husband for his most recent birthday. I told him he needed to block out the day in his calendar because I had something very special planned. That morning I gave him a card that said, “I hope you were serious when you said you’ve always wanted to go skydiving. Because you’re doing it!” He did it and it was spectacular.
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I was planning to get my husband an AllTrails subscription for Father’s Day, but when I asked him if he knew what it was, it turned out he already had one and had used it on his backpacking trip with our two boys. AllTrails is an app that lists pictures, maps and descriptions of trails all over the world. There are a lot of cool features including a map that will show you where you on the trail map and the ability to filter trails by difficulty distance, rating, and whether they are dog-friendly and kid-friendly. It’s free to sign-up and $29.99 for a 1 year subscription.
I keep seeing this everywhere I go. The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is a cool gift for the dad who likes to have a secure house. You can see who is at the door from the inside the house or with an app if you’re not home. It records video footage and will alert you if motion is detected. It also comes with night vision and the ability to talk to people through the doorbell. It’s $199 and expert installation is an additional $99.