National Trail Mix Day
National Trail Mix Day comes on August 31 of every year. It honours the mix that was developed as a high energy snack comprised of dried fruits, nuts and energy snacks. This Trail mix will be taken while walking or making a trip. Trail mix is an ideal hike snack food which is very lightweight, easy to store, nutritious and gives the energy to boost quickly from the carbohydrates in the dried fruits or granola as well as sustained energy from the fats in the nuts.
“They had picked up Julie’s scent hit wolfsbane lost her and found her trail again at the crumbling Highway 23 except it was two hours old and mixed with horse scents. She was hitchhiking. Great. Awesome. At least she always carried a knife with her. When I relayed this to Curran he shrugged and said, “If she kills anybody we’ll make it go away.” – Ilona Andrews
History of National Trail Mix Day
National Trail Mix Day was invented in 1968 by two California surfers who mixed peanuts and raisins together for an energy snack. But the novel The Dharma Bums, written by Jack Kerouac’s in 1958, trail mix is mentioned when the two primary qualities describe the planned meals in preparation for their hiking trip.
Other Celebrations on August 31
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How to Celebrate National Trail Mix Day
Celebrate National Trail Mix Day is very easy and simple. It can be done with your trail mix using your favourite ingredients. Many varieties of trail mix are available at your near grocery or favourite store. Buy a tag for eating pleasure, for the office or any favourite hiking crew and loved ones. Enjoy every single crunch of your trail mix as you conquer the trails. Use #NationalTrailMixDay to post on social media.