Large Capacity, Portable Power Stations for Camping

Portable power in the form of lithium-ion battery storage and solar panel tech has advanced enough where you can now have your own portable power for electronics and electrical appliances just like a full RV, without having to actually own one. In fact, these portable power units are small enough…

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Why I Purchased a Cot Tent for Camping

I own a compact SUV, specifically a Jeep Renegade Trailhawk and built a diy camp kitchen for it a while back. I needed to find a solution for my sleeping quarters. Like many with smaller-sized vehicles, camping setup options are limited vs a full sized vehicle, especially when you can’t…

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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…



2012 Popup Camper Trailers

A minimalist approach to being one with nature, yet retain your own home comfort amenities Over the years, I’ve been able to experience camping over a broad spectrum – ranging from just the basic essentials on my back, to camping in a lavish RV. It seems a popup tent trailer is…


Luci Lantern Review – Solar LED Lantern Tested

Remember the days when providing enough light at night in the undeveloped outdoors meant using a fuel-based, mantle camping lantern? Sure, they provide enough light as if having a mini-sun the size of a ping-pong ball, but the downside can outweighs the benefits: expensive fuel, delicate mantles disintegrate easily, not…


5 Cool Camping Tips

John from IntenseAngler shares a 5 cool camping tips and tricks when in the outdoors. Bread Bag Clips as Clothes Pins for Hanging Wet Clothes Nice and light weight, and most people bring bread so you can snag them off the bag and add them to your regular gear. Camping Cooler…


Ultra Lightweight Backpacking Tips

Video Tips for Ultra Lightweight Backpacking Gear Setup Here’s a great video by Will Wood on ultra-lightweight gear setup for your next backpacking trip. Will claims his base gear setup weights just 10 lbs, and the total weight for his pack comes in at 20 lbs, 5 ounces, including 7…


2015 Pop Up Tent Trailers

Over the years, I’ve been able to experience camping over a broad spectrum – ranging from just the basic essentials on my back, to camping in a lavish RV. To me, it seems a popup trailer is an ideal setup for a family or whomever else might be looking to…


Hiking the Beaten Path Trail of the Beartooth Mountains

The Beaten Path is a trail in south Montana connecting the Wilderness around the town of Cooke City with the East Rosebud, a drainage on the eastern slope of the Beartooth Mountains. The Beartooths are some of the most biologically diverse mountains on earth and the Beaten Path crosses over…