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Why you should go camping

This is going to be the most straight forward blogpost I’ve ever written. I’m just going to tell you why you should go camping and how to do it. 549 more words


Wilderness walking with the Stowaways

My wife loves to plan out adventures. She’ll plan to leave the house for a trip to Eastern Market on Saturday. So, a week before, she’ll start to organize and plan logistics, figure out what the kids will wear, set aside diapers for Sunshine and a change of clothes for Danger, make sure that she sets aside a shirt that won’t have my gut hanging out from under it (which is harder and harder to do nowadays), and make sure we have a list, map, proper training, and a market-buddy. 1,456 more words

Blackrock Summit - Shenandoah National Park, VA

It was a particularly hot summer weekend in Charlottesville, with highs greater than 100 degrees F. We were on a getaway from the city and despite the heat, we somehow wanted to squeeze in a quick hike in Shenandoah National Park. 275 more words


Hungover foraging 

Bushcraft seeps into every part of our life, it’s official!

Flint just can’t get enough of it and sometimes I think it’s really really great. For example, Flint made a really cool gift for the bride a groom at their beautiful wedding. 157 more words

I need a truck. 

Sure, I can fit half a cord of wood in the car, but 2 small pallets and I have to drive home with my head stuck out the window.

How to Survive Alone in the Wilderness for 1 week

In this video (part one and two) I go into the wilderness of North Eastern North America with only a knife and live off the land for a week. 48 more words


An easy way in - Barefoot

“Insane in the membrane,

Insane in the brain!”

-Philosophical group called Cypress Hill

Everyday I meet people ’bout to buy their first hiking boots. They are hesitant to choose the lighter option because everyone else is recommending a rugger rigid ” a proper” hiking boot. 671 more words