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Wild Camping - The Climb and Camp

It’s always good to get out and test your equipment, and last week I had chance to try out mine in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK, Snowdonia. 690 more words



Hissing in the dark
Soft whoosh as the flame’s taken
Two circles of fire

Burning My Bushbox

20 years I have used my MSR Whisperlite International as my primary cooking source while backpacking. It will hard to leave it behind on my next big adventure.  791 more words

Applachian Trail

Optimus HE Weekend Cook System

Optimus Weekend HE Cook System w/ Windscreen

January 18, 2016

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Optimus Crux HE Weekend Cook System

This is a review of the Crux HE Cook System that I have personally owned and put to the test against many other name brand stoves and also have put to the test against some pretty tough elements. 522 more words


Bus cuisine

It may not be the most lavish of meals, or healthiest, but we wanted to give the biomass stove an outing before things got too hectic bus-wise. 90 more words

I Highly Recommend That You Get On The Bus

Moab, the Green River, and Canoes - and a Hike!

I betcha you thought I was going to say “Part Six” or something, didn’t’cha? ;-)

Tuesday, September 29: Last night was aggravating. Nothing major happened, but I had left the rain fly off the tent so I could see the stars when I went to bed. 808 more words


JetBoil Sumo review

By Scott Edwards
As someone who truly loves camping, doing so from a kayak was a natural progression for me, especially with the plethora of opportunities that are available virtually all over the globe.
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