I am not a beast of burden. Over the years, I have reduced my pack-weight, ruthlessly. As a matter of fact, after every trip, I force myself to remove something from my pack, so as to not bring it on a future outing. This after many seasons of carrying ridiculous loads on my back and … Read moreSnow Peak Gigapower Stove
My Private Access to the Ultimate Wilderness Experience British Columbia, Canada, is a true wonder of Nature. Having spent nearly 40 years, exploring many parts of the British Columbia wilderness, I can attest to its beauty and magnificence. The Rocky Mountains are one of its greatest features. Travelling in a westerly direction from the Rockies, … Read more10 Essentials for Wilderness Survival-are you prepared?
When the energy level dies down a bit, on the boat, or around the campfire, I sometimes kickstart the conversation by asking this question. “What is the Best Wilderness Survival Knife”? … but before I ask this question, I make sure I have a Plan B. The action heats up quickly, especially if a … Read moreBest Wilderness Survival Knife-the Morakniv Companion
I spend a lot of my free time in the outdoors. Over the years, I’ve purchased and used, all shape and type of tool, gear, and equipment that I thought could be useful in improving my outdoor experience and making it safer. I say, with bias and prejudice, that the LifeStraw is at the … Read moreLifeStraw water filter Review
I’m old enough to remember when the only headlamps out there were used by miners. My first high-tech “light-in-the-dark” that I used on a camping trip was a small Maglite that I still own to this day. Before headlamps became popular, we’d stick these metal objects in our mouth and hold them with our teeth. … Read moreBlack Diamond Storm Headlamp-one tough cookie