• The Figeater Beetle

    September 7, 2017 Comments (0) Fauna

    The Figeater Beetle (Continus mutabilis) is a member of the scarab family of beetles and found throughout the South Western United States. Originally they lived primary in arid regions such as the Sonoran Desert, but as agriculture spread, so did the Figeater. Today

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  • Building a Pack and Poncho Float

    August 24, 2017 Comments (0) Field Craft

    “I can’t tell you when you’ll need to know this, I’ll just say it is good to know for when you will need to use it.” That’s how I preface a lot of skills I teach to mixed crowds. Picking handcuffs, building primitive weapons, starting fires with

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  • Bushcraft Trout

    August 10, 2017 Comments (0) Camp Kitchen

    Farm-to-table restaurants and known direct sourcing of food is all the rage in the restaurant scene right now. Go to a steakhouse and you’ll hear from your waiter where the cows graze. Go to a coffee shop and you’ll likely see photos of the fair-market coffee

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  • DRB Wallpaper Pack 13 – 18 new design

    August 4, 2017 Comments (0) Wallpapers

    Check out our latest wallpaper pack 13 with 18 new design in different sizes. Green Topography Desktop Laptop Smartphone Starry Night Light Desktop Laptop Smartphone   Deep Wood Desktop Laptop Smartphone Sepia Desktop Laptop Smartphone National Forest Desktop

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  • Why You Should Explore Your Local Trails and Nature Preserves

    July 27, 2017 Comments (0) Do's & Don'ts

    “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity” ―John Muir, Our National Parks   Nature preservation and conservation efforts date back as far as the

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  • Helinox Chair One 

    July 13, 2017 Comments (0) Gear Reviews

    On almost every camping trip I’ve ever been on there always seems to be more people than places to sit. Every night around the camp fire there is a high stakes game of musical chairs which leaves one unlucky fellow sitting on a wobbly rock, the cooler lid (Hey can

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  • Catalina Island

    June 22, 2017 Comments (0) Field Craft

    Catalina Island is a great year-round destination that offers lots of outdoor activities both and land and in the sea. Part of the Channel Island chain, the 22 mile long by 8 mile wide Catalina Island is the most inhabited and developed of all the islands with two

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  • Why There Should Only Be One Cook in the Camp Kitchen

    June 8, 2017 Comments (0) Camp Kitchen

    Food always tastes better in the outdoors. Ask anyone who hikes, camps, or spends enough time in the woods to warrant a snack or meal and they’ll confirm this statement. There is no doubt food keeps us running and good food makes us smile. When we travel solo, we

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