Armachillo Sun Cape Cap

Armachillo Sun Cape Cap

Summer is practically upon us and that means that it’s time to lather-up with sunblock and/or cover-up with a good sun hat. One I can happily recommend, having put to a lot of use, ...

Make Green Changes for Earth Day (Green Giveaway)

Make Green Changes for Earth Day (Green Giveaway)

At the Outdoor Adventure, we love the great, natural and clean outdoors... and we like to keep it that way. Getting outdoors and preserving the outdoors goes hand in hand. Earth Da ...

Testing out our Cedar Strip Canoe

Testing out our Cedar Strip Canoe

About a month ago I purchased my first canoe. Don't get me wrong, I've canoed since I was a kid (and took two of my kids on the Bowron Lakes last summer), I've just never had my ow ...

Survival Show Casting Call: Last Survivor

Survival Show Casting Call: Last Survivor

If you’re looking for your big break in the adventure television industry, or simply want to test out your uber survival skills, this may be what you’ve been waiting for. I receive ...

Innate Caravan Compartments

Innate Caravan Compartments

Innate Caravan Compartments One of the big challenges about adventuring with kids is the unbelievable amount of stuff you need to bring with you. Keeping track of what’s where, and ...

Terramar Sports Smartsilk 1.0 Base layers

Terramar Sports Smartsilk 1.0 Base layers

When I hiked the John Muir Trail last summer, I needed lightweight base layers that would handle cold alpine mornings were lightweight and breathable enough to handle the hot Calif ...

Outdoor Mistakes: Blinded by determination

Outdoor Mistakes: Blinded by determination

Meeting up with friends at night, on a trail that I had never been on, without a map and with only a marginal idea of what I'm looking for... What could possibly go wrong? I’d just ...

Armachillo Sun Cape Cap

Summer is practically upon us and that means that it’s time to lather-up with sunblock and/or cover-up with a good sun hat. One I can happily recommend, having put to a lot of use, is the Armachillo Sun Cape cap by the Duluth Trading Company. Hats are my primary form of sun protection. I try to avoid sunblock more ...

April 22, 2014 (0) comments

Survival Show Casting Call: Last Survivor

If you’re looking for your big break in the adventure television industry, or simply want to test out your uber survival skills, this may be what you’ve been waiting for. I received a Casting Call email from Natalie x at Leftfield Entertainment for a new survival series. This one sounds pretty real and pretty more ...

April 07, 2014 (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 (4) comments

Alternavites Kids

One of the struggles about backpacking with kids is not getting enough fresh fruits, etc. for the kids. As a treat and a try out for the kids we took along some Alternavites Kids vitamin mixes. Alernavites vitamin powder can be used as juice mix, to add to smoothies or even eaten straight up as a powder. When more ...

July 30, 2013 (0) comments

Outdoor Mistakes: Blinded by determination

Meeting up with friends at night, on a trail that I had never been on, without a map and with only a marginal idea of what I'm looking for... What could possibly go wrong? I’d just arrived in Washington from Bolivia (where I had lived at around 10000+ feet for a few years) and was eager to go hiking. I was tr more ...

March 24, 2014 (10) comments

Testing out our Cedar Strip Canoe

About a month ago I purchased my first canoe. Don't get me wrong, I've canoed since I was a kid (and took two of my kids on the Bowron Lakes last summer), I've just never had my own canoe. I saw a good deal on a project cedar strip canoe online and snapped it up the next day. It needs a bit of work, but it's more ...

April 14, 2014 (0) comments

Outdoor Mistakes: Blinded by determination

Meeting up with friends at night, on a trail that I had never been on, without a map and with only a marginal idea of what I'm looking for... What could possibly go wrong? I’d just arrived in Washington from Bolivia (where I had lived at around 10000+ feet for a few years) and was eager to go hiking. I was tr more ...

March 24, 2014 (10) comments

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