• DRB Wallpaper Pack 14 – 2019

    January 10, 2019 Comments (0) Wallpapers

    Check out our latest wallpaper pack 14 – 2019 Desktop | Laptop | Smartphone

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  • Giant Kelp

    December 20, 2018 Comments (0) Flora

    Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) is a form of brown algae and the largest of all kelp species. It is not a plant, but rather a complex form of single cells that work together sharing nutrients and performing specific tasks. It has three basic structures: at its base is the holdfast which anchors the kelp to …

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  • DRB Adventure Mobiles: Toyota Tacoma

    December 13, 2018 Comments (0) Adventure Mobiles

    Make: Toyota Model: Tacoma TRD Pro Year: 2017 Mileage: 20k How long have you had your adventure-mobile ? I bought the truck on July 15, 2017 from a CarMax in Los Angeles. I immediately started outfitting it for adventure.  Owners’s name: Brian Grover What do you do? I work as an environmental consultant and

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  • A “Quick” Drive in the Mountains

    December 6, 2018 Comments (0) Do's & Don'ts

    Who doesn’t love the outdoors? I mean, fresh air, cool breezes, the sound the wind makes as it blows through incense cedar or pine? I can imagine someone could chime in with a dissenting view here, but you get the general point I’m making. It’s nice out! I was thinking just this thing not too …

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  • PDW CaB-2

    November 29, 2018 Comments (0) Gear Reviews

    I have been using the CaB-2  from Prometheus Design Werx almost daily for two years straight so It’s about time I shared my review of it. As the name suggests the CaB-2 (Carry all Bag) is the second version of a tote originally sold by Tinker Workshop . The second generation has been streamlined by …

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  • The California Redwood

    November 15, 2018 Comments (1) Flora

    California Redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) also known as the Coastal Redwoods, come from the Cypress family and are truly ancient giants that once spanned the Earth. Today, they are only found in a narrow 450 mile long strip strip along the coast of California and part of Oregon. This specific location is due to the

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  • 7 Easy Steps to Dress for Cold Weather

    November 4, 2018 Comments (0) Field Facts

    As winter sets in some of us take a break from our adventuring.  We retire to hearth and home.  Sit by the fire, make repairs to our adventure gear and plan for the spring and summer ahead-Some of us, the rest of us get out after it. Adventuring in cold weather can be a great …

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  • Diving for Spiny Lobster

    November 1, 2018 Comments (0) Field Craft

    The California Spiny Lobster (Panulirus interruptus) Hunt. As I crawl along the bottom, on a single breath of air with the surface twenty or so feet above me, I see it- a couple of dark red legs, with a bright orange stripe on them- the tell tale sign of my quarry. As I close in …

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  • 9 Rules of Knife Safety

    October 25, 2018 Comments (1) Do's & Don'ts

    When it comes to knife safety, there is only one simple rule: Don’t cut yourself. Especially when in the field. The farther you are from medical aid, the more careful you must be. When in a survival situation, slow, deliberate movements are necessary to ensure you don’t inadvertently lop off a finger or slash open

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  • The Yellow Bellied Marmot

    October 18, 2018 Comments (0) Fauna

    The Yellow Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) is one of the largest members of the squirrel family and makes it’s home in the Rocky, Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges. They make their homes on Alpine meadows and rocky areas of the mountain side. Fully grown they can weigh as much as 11 pounds and be

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