Condor Lochnessmuk Review
If you are familiar with the name Nessmuk as it applies to the traditional 4 inch skinner made famous by outdoorsman George Washington Sears under his pen name Nessmuk, then it is only appropriate that this monster sized version from Condor’s Joe Flowers bears the name of a much larger beast of mythical proportions. Joe Flowers’ has taken the design and enlarged it into a capable camp knife. If you think Camp Cleaver when you look at the Lochnessmuk you aren’t far off.
The Ocarina: Music for the Trail
Jeff’s Ocarina Epiphany
It was about five years ago that I started looking for a compact, rugged, musical instrument to play outdoors when camping. You can only carve so many spoons around the fire before you look for other interesting things to do. Ever since I watched Survivorman with Les Stroud I was always intrigued that he carried a harmonica into the woods a great many times. I heard that the harmonica was fun and Les looked like he enjoyed using his. Perhaps it was worth investigating,
Gerber Myth Fixed Blade & Folder Initial Review
It’s approximately 4 kilometers to walk into town and to the post office from our location, the walk is spent in eager anticipation of what might come. Most times we are met with disappointment as the mail is really slow getting to this ghost town on the Ugandan border. Today was not so, today I got a package and I knew exactly what it was. GEAR! My heart raced as I opened it and found 2 knives inside.
Journeys in East Africa: Episode 2 “The Gear I Brought”
When I think about gear planning my mind immediately goes to small weekend camping trips or day hikes. I remember some of the fondest memories growing up were with my father when we would go camping. I remember loading up the truck with gear and heading out to the wilderness. I love gear, I’m sort of a gear nut and any of my friends, including my wife would more than agree. Does this mean I know everything about gear? Nope, not even close. My motto is I want something that will work and work for a long time.
Life Is Better In a Hammock
“Life is better in a hammock.” is the motto of Trek Light Gear and I must agree with every word.
My first camping trip was a weekend outing in the winter of 1961. Since it was one of the most miserable times of my life, I remember it well. After just a week in the Boy Scouts, I found myself sitting in the woods cold, dirty, and wet. By the end of that weekend I had a choice to make. I could either give up on the whole concept of outdoor living, or get stubborn and learn how to be comfortable in the wilderness.
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