Well Campers it seems that summer is past. So quickly it seems, eEvery year I never get to do what plans I make for every summer. But the good news for me is its Fall again. Definitely the best time of the year to… Continue Reading “A change of Seasons. Fall 2021”
“The felling axe is also often referred to as the camp axe and it is used to cut down trees and branches.This type of axe has two main features:
Continuing where I left off of the original idea behind this website . That being, to be prepared when I wander off into the great wilderness. Most times on my own. In some of the very first posts, I covered Bugging out and things… Continue Reading “Planning your outdoor experience”
Went walkabout and a quick scout. Not the best weather but this was worth a visit. Ill definatley be back to play with the trout in the creek…LOL Check out my scout
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!
via A tough Winter, Its not Over Yet! Me whining about a little snow and cold weather….In winter in Minnesota, Shame on me. Read all about it. NS
Winter is on its way. I suspect quicker than most want. For me it’s just another opportunity to another season of exploring the wonders of nature. A Lot of folks go into hibernation regarding the winter outdoors. Especially during some of the harsh conditions… Continue Reading “A look at my winter walkabout new “EDC” ADDITIONS.”
My diet is a little different to the average outdoor enthusiast. When planning the trips, Its typically just lonesome me that I have to feed. Very seldom am I in a group or pair