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A New Old Journey

A New Old Journey

A New Old Journey Over the past several months, I have been doing some inner reflection. Some may say I have been trying to find myself. While that may be true, I realized that like everyone else, I am on a journey. I took a job many years ago that led me down the path…

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Review – Legacy Food Storage

Review – Legacy Food Storage

I have alway enjoyed giving new products a try. It could be because I like to eat but I especially enjoy it when Food Storage companies ask me to do a review. That was the case for Legacy Food Storage and I am VERY happy that I accepted their Premium Food items. For starters, they…

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Why Two Tip Tuesday?

Why Two Tip Tuesday?

Most of you have seen or at least heard about Two Tip Tuesday. This is the weekly video show I put out every Tuesday at 6:00pm Eastern. Whether rain or shine or snow and regardless of whether I feel like it or not, I try to bring you tips that I have uncovered, discovered, or…

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8 tips for fishing in bad weather conditions

8 tips for fishing in bad weather conditions

8 Tips for Fishing in Bad Weather Conditions The earth consists of two pressurized environments (Air & Water). Sensible weather, the day-to-day weather that we experience every day is one of many factors that affects fishing as well as our daily lives. Weather changes are caused by atmospheric changes in pressure (barometric pressure) driven by…

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5 Tips for Winter Camping

5 Tips for Winter Camping

We’ve got another great guest post for you this time. In this one, we have Melanie from Ardent Footsteps talking to us about 5 Tips for Winter Camping. 5 Tips for Winter Camping   Source: https://sectionhiker.com/winter-camping-for-beginners-amc-instructional-trip/ Believe it or not – camping in the cold winter season is possible and is, in fact, a truly…

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Pike Trail Pocket Blanket Review

Pike Trail Pocket Blanket Review

Pike Trail Pocket Blanket Review In each of my kits, I house a type of shelter. In one it is a tarp and in another, I keep a drum liner. While there is nothing wrong with using a drum liner for shelter, the Pike Trail Pocket Blanket is now replacing this for a shelter item.…

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Review: Loftek LED Portable Floodlight

Review: Loftek LED Portable Floodlight

I continually look for new gear and while I work towards knowledge as opposed to my dependence on the “new shiny toys”, there are some things I just have to have. Enter the Loftek LED Portable Floodlight. Yes, Floodlight. This little 1.6 pound brick is loaded with a 15w LED bulb that is bright enough…

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10 Most Important Survival Items

10 Most Important Survival Items

I am pleased to bring you another great guest post. This time the Top 10 Most Important Survival Items from Rebecca Crawford at HikingMastery.com. Top 10 Most Important Survival Items in a Traveler’s Kit We all know that it is important to stay prepared and safe when you are traveling, especially while hiking, backpacking, or…

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What You Need To Know About Bowhunting

What You Need To Know About Bowhunting

We have another GREAT guest post! This time from Mitchell Wood of Muskethunting.com. He brings us a post on “What You Need To Know About Bowhunting”. Read on. What You Need To Know About Bowhunting Bowhunting requires careful planning especially if you want to shot your desired game. If you want to hunt for fun,…

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10 Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain

10 Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain

WOW! We have had some great posts lately and Shawn Michaels’ is no exception. Check out his article on Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain. 10 Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain Camping is one of the most desired forms of adventure. It is also a way to identify one’s ability to manage…

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7 Lessons Learned from Trekking Across Mexico

7 Lessons Learned from Trekking Across Mexico

Here is another guest article this time from Chris Browning Founder of GunNewsDaily.com on 7 Life Lessons Learned from Trekking Across Mexico 7 Life Lessons I Learned From Trekking Across Mexico Mexico… For many Americans, it means tacos, tequila, and sandy beaches. But Mexico has much to offer in it’s vast and varied “naturaleza”. Trekking…

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How To Build A Fish Trap

How To Build A Fish Trap

Here is another great How-To. This time from Ben at OutdoorsTime.com on How to Build a Fish Trap In A Survival Scenario. How to Build a Fish Trap to Provide Food in a Survival Scenario It’s a pretty crazy world we live in these days to say the least. Although you don’t like to think…

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My Knife: An Essay

My Knife: An Essay

The question arose regarding what I felt was the most valuable piece of my kit that I was not able to reproduce in the wild and why. Since I had to provide it in essay format I wanted to share “My Knife”. Enjoy! My Knife I chose my knife as being the single most important…

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Important Survival Gear for the Wilderness

Important Survival Gear for the Wilderness

Important Survival Gear for Surviving the Outdoors   Surviving the wilderness is something that can get people thinking about the necessity to try it for themselves. Do not let the word survival scare you as spending time outdoors is always fun. Several days would pass without you worrying about surviving. What is important is that…

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Wild Edibles for Survival

Wild Edibles for Survival

Wild Edibles for Survival You may see survivalists on television hunting wild pigs with a spear or fashion a makeshift bow to hunt deer, but in most cases, this is simply not realistic. I can go to the woods right now and come back with several pounds of wild edibles in about 20 minutes. The…

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Preview of the B-2 Nano Knife

Preview of the B-2 Nano Knife

In trying to ensure that I keep you up to date with things current and things to come, I wanted to share a preview or rather a pre-review of the Bomber B-2 Nano Knife from Bomber & Company. Fashioned after the B-2 Bomber this knife is not like any other small everyday carry knife. Seen initially…

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ROM Pack – Review

ROM Pack – Review

Recently I have been learning more and more about multi-use items. Food Network’s Alton Brown decidedly is against any “unitasker” and I have to agree. This is what differentiates the ROM Pack from other normal backpacks on the market. Dave Canterbury from The Pathfinder School has been teaching multi-use mentality to all of his students. No…

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