• Field Fi Pho Fun

    January 12, 2017 Comments (0) Camp Kitchen

    Food tastes best when eaten outdoors. It does. It’s what many of us know as a backcountry truth. If you’re overlanding or enjoying vehicle supported camping, the camp kitchen is typically afforded a larger array and variety of supplies, utensils, ingredients to

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  • Big Trees State Park

    December 15, 2016 Comments (0) Flora

    Big Trees State Park is located in California’s Sierra gold country near the town of Arnold (Calaveras County) on Hwy 4, about a 2-3hr drive North East of the San Francisco Bay Area. The park is considered one of the oldest tourist destinations in the State when in

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  • PDW IGNEM FERAM Wallpaper

    December 5, 2016 Comments (0) Wallpapers

    Check out our latest wallpaper pack in different sizes. Desktop / Laptop 5K Display 1920×1080 Mobile / Tablet Smartphone Tablet

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  • What’s New For Winter 2016 / 2017

    December 1, 2016 Comments (0) Field Facts

    Prometheus Design Werx Wilderness Utility Top  The PDW Wilderness Utility Top will be Available for Pre-Order Beginning on December 2nd. Prometheus Design Werx This signature design for PDW is in a class by itself. If the spirits of Jeremiah Johnson, John Muir, and

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  • Core Third Massai 10 Solar Charging System

    November 17, 2016 Comments (0) Gear Reviews

    Once a bit of a novelty, electronic devices of all types have found their way into the mainstream of essential outdoor kit. GPS, digital cameras, cell phones all require power and typically need daily charging if they are used anytime throughout the day. Previously

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  • DRB Adventure-mobiles: Ram Four Wheel Camper

    November 2, 2016 Comments (0) Adventure Mobiles

    Make: Ram Model: 2500 Cummins Turbo Diesel 4×4 Year: 2016 Mileage: 10K miles How long have you had your adventure-mobile ? Since March 2016 Owners’s name: Dave Bennett What do you do? Active Duty U.S. Navy / Founder of  American Adventurist Web Forum

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  • Mt. San Jacinto, an Island in the Sky

    October 12, 2016 Comments (0) Field Facts

    Rising over 10,000 feet in the air, the granite peak of Mt. San Jacinto stands in stark contrast to the Sonoran Desert below. High above in the subalpine, it is cool and green; covered in pines, cedars and in a blanket of snow. The desert below is 40 degrees hotter and

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  • Maintaining Your Equipment

    September 28, 2016 Comments (0) Do's & Don'ts

    “Take care of your gear, and your gear will take care of you” is one of Danger Ranger Bear’s basic rules for the outdoors. The proper care, use and maintenance of your outdoor equipment will not only extend its life and provide you with more use and enjoyment, it

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