Finally got some time to get out and do some hiking and exploring. Its has been awhile since I have made the time. Just in time for the fall colors coming out.
The last in this short series, lets talk about actually enjoying a safe and fun experience. In the last 2 parts we discussed the actual planning and how to prepare for a great experience outdoors. Whether family, group or solo camping I wanted to…
Winters coming!!! So its that time. Started updating my outdoor packs…. First off POSSIBLES POUCHES. Check them out. Its a quicky pay attention
This compact all in one messkit is going in my kayak drybag/ backpack. Stainless, sturdy and very affordable. Check out the Stansport mess kit based on the old reliable Boy Scout mess kit The Novice Survivalist
Hey campers, with the coming change in season…I hope I needed to check my day pack for the coming season. Here’s how I minimize the changes for each season ….click via My Daypack for all Seasons
As a novice survivalist you should always be prepared for an emergency. That’s what the 10 CC’s are for. Then add to it the basics for the season and only then any “extras’ for comfort you are willing to add to the weight and bulk of your pack. Keep in mind that adding these, can if not curtailed, turn a great daypack into a miserable bulky dead weight on your back. Choose your luxury items carefully. You may regret them later, when its too late!