off-road-teardrop-trailers

Off Road Teardrop Trailer

The teardrop trailer design started sometime post World War 2, with families hitting the road for adventure in the family vehicle. There’s been a big resurgence in this trailer design as fuel efficiency, downsizing and affordability have taken precedence in modern life, and these compact little trailers happen to suit the…

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off-road-teardrop-trailers

Off Road Teardrop Trailer

The teardrop trailer design started sometime post World War 2, with families hitting the road for adventure in the family vehicle. There’s been a big resurgence in this trailer design as fuel efficiency, downsizing and affordability have taken precedence in modern life, and these compact little trailers happen to suit the…

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horizon minipak fuel cell

5 Cool, Portable Eco-Power Sources for Backpacking

Plan on going on an extended trek in the backcountry? Advancements in technology, both in renewable energy, as well as the efficiency & capabilities of hand-held devices/gadgets have converged to create a unique market – portable eco-power sources for your USB powered gadgets. MINIPAK 2W by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies…


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KOA Campground Review: Devil’s Tower, Wyoming

Looking for a unique destination for an amazing camping holiday? You just found it. Devil’s Tower in northeast Wyoming is one of the most iconic natural sights in America, a stunning rock formation evoking mystery and ancient legend, that is thought could be the remains of an enormous volcano which…





swedish fire stove

Swedish Fire Torch – Buschcraft Stove for Cooking

If you’ve never seen a Swedish fire torch, it’s essentially using a single, split log to make and contain a fire for cooking, heating water, etc. This video by Reggie Johnson is a great demonstration on how to make one, which is a very straight-forward process. Essentially, you just split…



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Thru Hiking

In 2005 I found myself lacing my boots, shouldering my pack, and heading out to Smoky Mountain National Park to hike a sixty-mile segment of the famous Appalachian Trail. Nestled in the border between North Carolina and Tennessee, the Smokies provide a very scenic, but very small segment of this…


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