Prepackaged dehydrated meals in the backcountry are quick and easy, but did you know you can make healthier homemade food for a fraction of the cost? Here are three of my favorite recipes for delicious, nutritious, easy-to-fix meals for outdoor adventuring.
Ever just want to get in the car, hit the open road, and see where the wind takes you? If you’re looking for itinerary ideas and want to sample some of Oregon’s amazing diversity I’ve got a fantastic 650 mile Oregon road trip loop with waterfalls, mountains, volcanoes, high desert, a beautiful river, sand dunes, and the ocean!
Bear canisters aren’t usually anyone’s favorite piece of gear, but if you backpack, you’ll eventually have to use one! Here are details on where canisters are required as well as tips for choosing the right one and reasons why I picked the BearVault BV450 for my gear stash.
Whether you’re on the trails or just walking around the city, the Ruffwear Roamer leash is a must buy for any dog owner! Its durable and ingenious stretch webbing design gives your dog room to roam and provides an easy to grab traffic handle for pulling your dog in close.
The simple and rugged Luzon Del Día daypack made by Cotopaxi is great for urban adventures, hikes, road trips, and travel. Even better, the colors of each pack are chosen by its maker which guarantees no two packs are alike! Made from recycled nylon, the sales of this pack help fund sustainable poverty alleviation and make the world a better place!
I’m currently on a journey to visit and document all 93 remaining fire lookouts in Washington State!
Total Visited: 38
Trail Miles: 170
Road Miles: 5,664
Elevation Climbed: 55,057′
If you were caught outside in a lightning storm, would you know what to do? In my past Indiana life I volunteered as a SkyWarn Storm Spotter and my training came in handy this week when I made two big mistakes and got myself stuck on an exposed ridge near Alpine Lookout during a thunderstorm. Read how to reduce your lightning risks while adventuring outdoors.