Infographic: How-Many Guide to Kitchen Conversions

The infographic this week, while, tailored for your inner chef, is actually very useful in the outdoors. At camp, you have to cook stuff, right? Whether it is just boiling water to dump into a tasty Mountain House bag, or something more complex – there is no doubt you will need to convert something to […]

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Infographic: Estimate Remaining Daylight

This one came from stumbling around on StumbleUpon, and thought it more than quite fitting for the weekly infographic series here @ JYAH. This is an excerpt from the book Show Me How, and in this excerpt, they show you how to estimate remaining daylight. A very useful tool to have in your knowledge kit […]

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Just Your Average Tip: Paper Birch Bark

To get a fire going, you’re going to need something to catch a flame. That is your tinder. There are many things you can bring along with you, however, nature is pretty good at providing some options, the best, in mine, and a lot of others’ is Paper Birch tree bark, no matter the conditions. […]

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Just Your Average Tip: Hanging Out to Dry

You probably didn’t purposefully pack it when you set off on your trek, but, guess what? You have a clothes drying rack with you. If you are on the trail and have some wet gear, whether it is sunny and dry out, or even overcast (as long as it is not currently precipitating), hang your […]

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