• Ultra Light Camping

    March 21, 2019 Comments (0) Field Craft

    Before we can camp in the great outdoors, we need to get our gear there. If we’re just car camping, the weight of what we pack hardly matters. However, if we decide to backpack it, weight becomes the ultimate concern. After all, the burden we put on our back seems to get heavier the further …

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  • The Sea Wolf

    March 14, 2019 Comments (0) Fauna

    The Sea Wolf, or Rain Wolf, is a rare type of coastal wolf found along western British Columbia’s remote network of islands and peninsulas. This wolf lives and thrives in the fringe area between the temperate rainforest and the Pacific Ocean coastline where up to 90 percent of its food comes from the sea.  With

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  • Danger Cinema:  On Any Sunday

    March 7, 2019 Comments (0) Field Facts

    How do you follow up making the most successful surf movie of all time? You turn your cameras inland and make a movie about motorcycles, of course!  As unconventional as that may sound that is exactly what California film maker Bruce Brown did and in doing so made another classic that set standard that all

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  • The Sugar Maple

    February 28, 2019 Comments (0) Flora

    The Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) is a hardwood tree found in the eastern and midwestern regions of the northern United States and in eastern Canada. Well known for producing both beautiful fall foliage and delicious maple syrup, the Sugar Maple can live to more than 400 years and reach heights of 115 feet.  Once

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  • Field Fi Pho Fun

    February 21, 2019 Comments (2) 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 food stuffs. You can achieve a rather high degree of

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  • The Coyote

    February 14, 2019 Comments (0) Fauna

    The Coyote (Canis latrans, which translates to “barking dog”) is a member of the dog family native to North America and is a close relative of the gray wolf. Originally from the Great Plains, these resilient animals are now found throughout most of North and Central America and are represented by up to 20

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  • DRB Adventure Mobiles: Land Rover 109

    February 7, 2019 Comments (0) Adventure Mobiles

    Make: Land RoverModel: Series 2A 109 Station WagonYear: 1967Mileage: Never enough!How long have you had your adventure-mobile? 6 yearsOwners’s name: Daniel Mota VeigaWhat do you do? Industrial DesignerHobbies? Traveling, Motorcycle riding and Working on the Land Rover. Does your rig have a name? Arthur

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  • The Arctic Fox

    Arctic Fox

    January 31, 2019 Comments (0) Fauna

    The Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus) which also goes by the name White Fox, Polar Fox or Snow Fox is a tough and compact carnivore that lives in the arctic tundra regions of the Northern Hemisphere and lives in conditions that would put any survival expert to shame. The key to the Arctic Fox’s thriving in …

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  • Indoor S’mores

    January 24, 2019 Comments (0) Camp Kitchen

    The first time s’mores appeared in print was in a 1927 book called “Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts” by Loretta Scott Crew. Since then “Some Mores” have become a campfire staple for campers of all ages. S’mores check all the boxes of a good dessert: tasty, gooey, crunchy

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  • Campsite Selection

    January 17, 2019 Comments (0) Field Craft

    “Location, location, location.” It’s the expression commonly used in real estate. Where and how your new home is situated is paramount. Location, and all the factors associated with it, really is everything. Location matters not only the realm of real estate but also in campsite selection. When you venture

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