d.light D20 – Home Solar Lighting System – Review

d.light D20 – Home Solar Lighting System – Review

It's nice to finally see an overbuilt solar home lighting system that performs the way its meant to. d.light Design's D20 solar home lighting system has impressed me because it is ...

Prepare for Anything – Book Review

Prepare for Anything – Book Review

If you're looking for an easy to read book to satisfy your survival and homesteading skills I recommend you take a look at Tim MacWelch's book: "Prepare for Anthing: 338 Essential ...

Thermawool 2.0 Half-zip by Terramar Sports

Thermawool 2.0 Half-zip by Terramar Sports

Back in 2013 when I hiked the John Muir Trail I took two tops to keep me protected from the sun and comfortable in the cool mornings and both of them were by Terramar Sports. The f ...

Greenbelly Bars Review

Greenbelly Bars Review

When you're packing for a hiking trip, you need a balance of enjoyable meals and caloric density. Your body needs fuel to keep you going through your day, but that food needs to be ...

Terramar Sports TXO 2.0 Crew

Terramar Sports TXO 2.0 Crew

As a part of the Terramar Tribe I’ve had the opportunity to test out a lot of gear. Each piece has its role, and today I want to talk a bit about the Terramar Sports TXO 2.0 Men’s ...

Sandmarc Metal Edition Telescoping Pole for GoPro Cameras

Sandmarc Metal Edition Telescoping Pole for GoPro Cameras

 by Dave P.   The Sandmarc telescoping pole is a simple piece of equipment.  It has one purpose in life.  It functions as an extension of your arm to get your GoPro camera far ...

Canadian Winter Camping

Canadian Winter Camping

As a kid, I remember reading stories of prospectors and adventurers living in Canvas tents with tiny wood stoves to warm them. Over time that spirit of adventure was renewed, but d ...

d.light D20 – Home Solar Lighting System – Review

It's nice to finally see an overbuilt solar home lighting system that performs the way its meant to. d.light Design's D20 solar home lighting system has impressed me because it is built for the developing world where off the grid is the only option and where durability and functionality are what drives design more ...

March 21, 2015 (4) comments

10 Helpful Tips for Winter Backpacking Safety

With snowstorms and frigid temperatures taking hold across the country the past few weeks, many people have decided that it’s time to hang-up their backpacking gear for the next few months. While backpacking in the winter offers new challenges, the opportunity to have a trail all to oneself to enjoy the views more ...

January 15, 2015 (1) comments

Why to invest in a Tyvek ground sheet

I honestly thought I'd use my tyvek ground sheet once or twice a year tops, which made it a hard purchase to make (even at $15). It turns out to have been one of my most used pieces of gear and best investments. Last summer I bought a 4' x 8' Tyvek ground sheet on amazon. I picked it up so I had something lig more ...

March 11, 2013 (7) comments

Culinary Adventures – Delicious Food in the Outdoors #Trailtime

One of the most memorable aspects of my outdoors experiences is the food. Whether it was the day before we picked up our food resupply on the John Muir Trail and I was down to a pack of dry rice and a snickers bar (that I boiled for breakfast), or the 3-day Bushcraft/survival trip where I got sick of eating t more ...

July 15, 2014 (0) comments

Canadian Winter Camping

As a kid, I remember reading stories of prospectors and adventurers living in Canvas tents with tiny wood stoves to warm them. Over time that spirit of adventure was renewed, but due to their price tag (over $800 for the tent alone, not including the stove) those dreams had to remain dreams. That was until a more ...

February 20, 2015 (6) comments

Canadian Winter Camping

As a kid, I remember reading stories of prospectors and adventurers living in Canvas tents with tiny wood stoves to warm them. Over time that spirit of adventure was renewed, but due to their price tag (over $800 for the tent alone, not including the stove) those dreams had to remain dreams. That was until a more ...

February 20, 2015 (6) comments

Canadian Winter Camping

As a kid, I remember reading stories of prospectors and adventurers living in Canvas tents with tiny wood stoves to warm them. Over time that spirit of adventure was renewed, but due to their price tag (over $800 for the tent alone, not including the stove) those dreams had to remain dreams. That was until a more ...

February 20, 2015 (6) comments

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