Ode To The Fisherman

The fresh air of early morning, the one that gets straight to your head and overwhelms you with each breath that makes you feel more human, the chill on your hands and the coolness that grasps your face, you sense it, inside out, all over, it flows in you.→ Read the rest

Top 10 Things Nobody Told You About Camping

Camping in the great outdoors can be great fun, but if you are new to it, there are a number of things you really should know before you head out. Here are 10 things nobody told you about camping:

  1. You Should Test Your Equipment Before You Go

You may have the temptation to throw all your gear in the car and just ride into the outdoors for your first camping trip, but resist this temptation.→ Read the rest

5 Types of Campers and The Craft Beer They Love

It’s camping season and you and your friends are headed into the woods. You might think you know your friends, but if you’ve never camped with them you can’t be sure. Is one of your friends a secret Sasquatch hunter, or an amateur archaeologist?→ Read the rest

5 Hacks To Make Hiking In Winter A Lot Easier

Winter is one of the best seasons to hike. For someone who loves enjoying all the beauty that nature has to offer, and for someone who loves to hike during this season, finding the right kind of equipment is essential. Good winter hiking gear is usually designed to be efficient and offer you everything that you would need for this adventure.→ Read the rest

Small Pond Fishing Hacks

Nearly every fisherman learned to fish by standing on the bank of a small, fish-filled pond. And for most anglers, this first lesson in fishing often is where the love of the sport of fishing started. As is typical, most fisherman then moved on to zipping across larger lakes in pursuit of the elusive honey hole or even fishing far out into the ocean as time and resources became abundant.→ Read the rest

Annoying Campers: The Nine Circles of Hell

There isn’t much worse than a camper who can’t behave.  Whether it’s constantly causing a scene or a general disregard for anyone or anything around them, some campers can just be a pain. Believe us when we say we are nowhere near perfect.→ Read the rest

The Rule Of 3: Survival Edition

Knowing and having outdoor survival skills helps people survive in the unfortunate event that they get lost or injured in the woods or are the survivor of a natural disaster.   But for those with limited survival skills and who also enjoy spending time in the outdoors, knowing the most basic survival rules of 3 will go a long way in helping prioritize survival needs.→ Read the rest

How To Be A Beer Snob Without Acting Like One

You have a passion for sipping on beers and tasting a broad variety of brewed beverages, particularly craft and small batch brews. But how does this passion come across to others? Do your friends and family think that you have become an arrogant beer drinker who comes across as a know it all and is critical of anyone who doesn’t share their tastes?→ Read the rest

Hammock Camping: 8 Tips For Easy Set Up

Guest post by Kevin Smith.

Are you planning a camping trip for your next vacation? If so, then you should consider trying out hammock camping. Using a hammock can be both fun and relaxing if it’s set up correctly. There is no use setting up a hammock which can easily fall off the tree.→ Read the rest

Time To Plan A Trip Along The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Looking for something interesting to do for a few days in Kentucky? How about a trip along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail? Sounds like fun but what exactly is Bourbon? For a whiskey to be called Bourbon it must be made with at least 51% corn.→ Read the rest

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