Four Uses For Halloween Candy in the Outdoors.
Pixy Stix seem like a simple straw full of pure sugar but it's actually an easy way to spice up your boring fresh stream water. Carefully dump one tube of Pixy Stix into a water bottle full of river water and mix it up. Your water will taste better and you'll have a jolt of energy. Just be careful of the inevitable crash.
Mark Your Trail
Is your neighbor giving out Dots again? Let's face it, these gooey balls are destined to be stuck on your teeth for days. Instead of filling your teeth with this mess simply use them to mark your way just like breadcrumbs. These bright colored balls are easy to spot plus the squirrels and other wildlife won't touch them. They don't smell or resemble food so it's the perfect marker.
Leave the paracord at home because a licorice rope can pretty much do all of the same things. Replace your broken shoe laces, use it as an emergency fishing line or replace a broken backpack strap. Licorice can pretty much do anything plus it's delicious as a snack.
Jazz up Your S'mores
Chocolate, graham cracker and marshmallow = BORING. Spice things up with a Peanut Butter Cup S'mores, Heath Bar S'mores or whatever you've got. Be creative.
Ok, these were kind of silly. On second thought just binge on the Halloween Candy for a day or two then work it off with a hike or trail run after. Either way, have fun this Halloween.