Camp lighting has traditionally been limited to campfires, lanterns, headlamps and flashlights, but the creative folks over at Power Practical have come up with a new and exciting idea to both light up your camp while adding some pizazz. Power Practical created the very cool Luminoodle, which essentially is a worm with LED lights strewn through it that is battery powered and capable of lighting up your camp as well as providing a groovy feel to the place you will call home for a short time.
When I’m trekking into the wilderness and camping, I don’t let that stop me from cooking and eating well. I’m not much of a hunter, but I deeply enjoy taking the time to prepare a meal the right way, and of course enjoying the final product (my gut can attest to this). Sure, I won’t have my stove or oven or grill, but I rarely camp without an above fire grill wrack and/or a natural tinder stove, which both allow me the ability to eat well even if I’m not in the kitchen.
Australia is known for its coast, and epic surfing spots. Surfers travel from all over the globe to catch a wave Down Under. What better way to check out the top surfing spots, than making a road trip out of it? Here are some tips for taking a road trip surfing vacation.
There have been a lot of renditions of the canopy chair over the past few years, but one company owns the patent on a key design element. Renetto’s claim to fame is that they’re the creators of the original canopy chair. I’ve seen a variety of versions of this sort of camp chair, but most have design issues, or are made very cheaply. The Renetto Canopy Chair 3.0 is different. It’s built strong with materials that are made to last, and the design is well thought out with mechanics that are simple but very cool.
It’s the end of a season. The end of another bi-polar winter in the northeast US. And now, as I hike through the wilderness, I can see Nature awakening from its winter slumber. Some areas of the wood are slush and mud, and then others are still melting from the thick snowfall of a month prior. There are signs of life everywhere, and I am overjoyed to see the seasonal rebirth happening in front of my very own eyes.
Greetings campers, and wilderness adventurers. Today, I bring you part one of a three part series where I feature some lesser known, yet important gear that can save your life. Throughout this series, I will feature little oddities and amazingly compact items that can have a tremendous impact on your ability to survive in the wild, as well as have a real good time in Nature. I will be featuring three articles on Camping, Fire, and Survival where I will take a look at some of the survivalist items made by the folks at Ultimate Survival Technologies.
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