Not sure where this week’s infographic comes from, but I discovered it on Let Children Play. If anyone reading this knows the original source, please let me know and I will update accordingly! This week’s infographic comes to us from HCC Medical Insurance Services, and is the Anatomy of a Backpacker… I carry much more […]
This week’s infographic comes to us from Willow Haven Outdoor (who also has a neat, and free Survival Tip of the Day app for Android), a survival training school. While these are not scientifically accurate, it helps you remember them. Mnemonics are great like that!
This past weekend, I had the pleasure of camping with my son at Wells State Park in Sturbridge, MA for our annual boys camping weekend. I also introduced him to the great outdoors game of Geocaching. That led us on Sunday to visit Opacum Woods, just a couple of miles away from the park, owned […]
Failure is always an option – Adam Savage A couple of months ago, I posted about ways that I waterproof my backpack. As of that post, I had given my backpack a few tests with my recently rubberized pack, using Rust-Oleum Leak Seal Flexible Rubber Sealant. The rubber had a few winter trips, and a […]
Like my post on Carrying Water in Winter where I touch on why I do not carry a bladder and drinking tube in the winter time – something to also think about is a water filter. For the most part – almost all filters will freeze up in the winter time, if they are not […]