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  • Sticky Feet  By : Gregory James
    Tree frogs. We hear them, but rarely see them up close. With over 800 species of arboreal states, they certainly are prolific and diverse. And guess what? Not all the tree frog family Hylidae even live in trees!
  • Look Out, Mergansers Passing Through  By : Gregory James
    Daytime temperatures are starting to rise. Spring is returning to New England. Slowly but surely, the open water works its way back into the cove. As the ice line recedes, more and more water fowl start to visit again. This is certainly a great time on the lake, as hibernating species come back to life and many birds take flight.
  • Feathered Friends Are Welcomed  By : Gregory James
    A brown speckled wren wiggles its way in and out of the screened suet feeder. Every now and then he flies over to the deck railing, shakes his head to remove the fat from his rather long beak and then makes his way back to the suet. Overlooking this wren, are twenty-eight mourning doves perched in a nearby leafless maple tree.
  • Musky Rodent Happenings  By : Gregory James
    Early one December morning while sipping my first coffee, I spotted a small dark shape struggling on our newly nearly frozen lake. After further observations, I discovered it was a muskrat attempting to make his way from the little island in front of my cove to the nearby shore. Every few steps the poor little fellow would sink through the ice and cling to the edge, struggling to make his way back up and out.
  • How the Petzl Grillon Hook Works  By : Yuan Franceiz
    In the fall protection range, the Petzl Grillon Hook, which is a positioning lanyard, is of utmost importance. This positioning lanyard allows tower climbers and similar to achieve close proximity at their workstation, allowing comfortable and of course, safe positioning.
  • How to Choose the Best Monocular Scope?  By : Samantha Frost
    Are you an impulsive buyer? Do you always choose quality over quantity, or is it otherwise? When you buy something, do you always inspect it carefully and weigh the advantages and cons before buying, or do you just get the first thing that catches your eye? Whether it is food, appliances, furniture, apparel, car or monocular telescope, you need to choose the product carefully before buying.
  • Essential Survival Gear For Your Next Outdoor Adventure  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to packing for your next outdoor adventure what will be the first thing you add to your backpack? No matter what type of adventure I am about to embark upon be it camping, hunting, fishing or just a good long hike there are a few essentials I look to carry with me. It never ceases to amaze me when people are sharing their stories of survival how quick an innocent journey turned into a fight for life.
  • Choosing The Right Blade For Your Next Knife Purchase  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    There are several types of knife blades to choose from with advantages and disadvantages to both. There are blades for every purpose including skinning animals, opening boxes, cutting tree limbs and many more. Below we will look at the varieties of knife blade shapes and the different uses for each to determine which blade the best is for your needs.
  • Surviving the Wilderness, A Beginners Survivalist's Guide  By : Laura Moore
    Do you like to collect mushrooms or berries? What about fishing or hunting in the forest? Most of us don't even think about the fact that it's very easy to get lost. Even if you have a GPS navigator, do you think it will save you? Unfortunately a GPS might not always work. Even if you know the back country very well, it still does not make you immune to difficult survival situations.
  • Take A Knife With You On Your Next Outdoor Adventure  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    It is almost that time a year again when we all start to think about getting out into the great outdoors once again. Whether your passion is hunting, hiking, camping, kayaking, fishing or one of the many other adventures that come with warm weather it is wise to start thinking about purchasing a knife you can carry with you.
  • A Variety Of Options In Pocket Knives  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Nothing is manlier than owning a pocket knife. When you think of the essentials in a man's life and the items they carry with them on a day to day bases you think pocket knife, wallet and car keys. That's it; that is truly how simple it is when you are a man.
  • Finding a Knife That Meets Your Expectations  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to picking out a knife that is right for you it all comes down your personal preferences. Here are some questions to ask yourself when you are looking to finally spend money on a quality knife.
  • Use Ramblr to Share Your Adventure With the World  By : Ramblr.com
    It is very common, when a person returns from an exciting outdoor adventure, for him or her to want to share that experience with others.
  • When It Comes To Purchasing A Survival Knife Quality Is Key  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When deciding upon the best survival knife there are arguments that can be made for several different styles of knives as well as brands. The discussions are likely to become heated and intense as outdoor enthusiastic are passionate when it comes to their tools. There are several hundred survival knives to choose from
  • Jet Ski and Boat Rent Options at Lake Powell  By : Rev6Sports
    Rev 6 Sports offers high-quality boat, Jet Ski, personal watercraft, four-wheeler and snowmobile rentals at the best rates in the state guaranteed.
  • Crucial Information On Backpacking And Hiking Travels  By : Montex
    Lastly, have a list of things to do while on your trip. There is nothing as boring as going somewhere and you have no clue on what you intend to do while on the trip. Create a list before your travel. It surely helps kill monotony. It ensures you trip is fun and worthwhile throughout.
  • Essential Survival Gear  By : Robert Corter
    Preparing to survive in any emergency situation, or major crisis can make all the difference in survival Adverse weather, food shortages, hiking or camping disasters, motor vehicle breakdowns, and office fires are just a few of the natural and unavoidable situations which occur
  • Preparing For Survival  By : Robert Corter
    When it comes to survival techniques, it is those in the military and armed forces, who have the knowledge and training to survive in many emergency situations For the rest of humanity, this knowledge is limited and anything goes when it comes to surviving
  • Survival Kits Explained  By : Robert Corter
    Surviving a number of life challenges is ingrained in humans from the time of birth For the majority, survival is paramount
  • Essential Outdoor Survival Gear  By : Robert Corter
    Survival in any situation can often be a challenge But surviving outdoors in adverse situations requires planning ahead, a fair amount of knowledge, as well as survival equipment including food and water supplies
  • How To Look For A Quality Class In Scuba Diving Atlanta  By : Jenifer Whitmire
    The person should consider looking for the courses well. This is because only by going through these courses will one be able to dive underwater without any worries.
  • Cheap Airsoft Sniper Rifles  By : evikram kumar
    Airsoft guns are replicates of modern real world guns usually. They are made as to not hurt mortally unlike their real counterparts. These guns were designed perhaps as toys and recreational items
  • Identifying Food for Outdoor Survival  By : Samantha Frost
    People need water to sustain themselves, long before food becomes an absolute need, but if you have ever considered a circumstance where you are on your own in the wilderness, you probably first thought of food and shelter. Learning how you can find food in the wild is an useful outdoor survival skill.
  • Paracord Investigate Secrets of Rescue in the Wild  By : Frank Peterson
    Paracord is a kind of parachute rope which can completely be used in a lot of life collisions. Coming from Army many civilians are nowadays utilizing this super long wearing cord in daily practice ! Check the way on how to do this!
  • The Colorado Whitewater Rafting Season is Upon Us!  By : James Pitt
    Due to environmental measures it is much more preferable to visit the Colorado Whitewater Rafting late May till September. With the benefit of various colorado packages there is no end for your thrilling experience. You will have great experience here!!
  • A Guide to Buying Airsoft Rifles  By : Laura Moore
    Different kinds and styles of airsoft rifles are now introduced in the market so expect to deal with a lot of confusion if you have plans of buying one. Fortunately, there are some tips that can better guide you when it comes to selecting the most suitable type of airsoft rifle for you. The following are just few of these:
  • Enjoy Long Journeys with Vacuum Thermos and Flasks  By : Jayesh Purohit
    For globetrotters, vacuum flasks are as essential as backpacks; now, here is how you can shop and use flask bottles that keep water drinkable in all seasons. So, even if you have to travel through different geographies, your vacuum thermos is your friend!
  • Bowie Knives - An Introduction  By : Samantha Frost
    Bowie knives are rather large and heavy knives that are usually used by hunters and trappers when they go out into the wilderness to ply their trade. And even though these knives are considered as deadly weapons and is illegal to carry concealed within one's person, it does not affect its popularity and it is still a desirable knife for collectors
  • Grand Canyon by Helicopter - Best Money Saving Deals  By : Tracy Delvecchio
    Got a couple of days to enjoy at the Grand Canyon? Do a copter tour. These tours reduce a week's worth of sightseeing in just and hour, and offer more value than just about any canyon activity.
  • Grand Canyon - South Rim River Rafting Tour  By : Tracy Delvecchio
    Grand Canyon National Park float excursions are a incredible way to check out the National Park. Trips are 1-day long, and, because there's no white water rapids, they are open to kids four years of age and older!
  • The Grand Canyon - South Rim 1-Day Rafting Trips  By : Tracy Delvecchio
    Want to raft the Grand Canyon but only would like to do it for one day? Easy. Consider going for a smooth-water float tour. Get more information. Browse this article.
  • Essential Tips For Those Planning An Outdoor Camping Holiday  By : Max Erksnie
    Absolutely nothing is better than being under the night stars with those you adore.
  • Bear Grylls Gerber Knife - Is The PRO Worth The Cheddar?  By : Dave Petro
    Bear Grylls Gerber Knife Review. Bear Gylls recently updated his ultimate survival knife design and re-dubbed it the ultimate Pro survival knife. This new update looks to be a vast improvement on the original blade but only hard use and time will tell.
  • The Different Types of Hikes  By : Kate L
    Hiking is definitely an adventure especially when there are several ways you can hike. You can opt for day hikes, backpacking, snowshoeing, or even desert hiking just to name a few. Choose the hike that best suits you.
  • What Do You Get When You Try Your Luck In Gem Mining And The Most Typical Quartz Formations  By : Geza Csuros
    If you heard of gem mining but have never tried it, you owe it to yourself to experience this great activity. You will be surprised as to what you might find! Most common are Quartz of course - learn what they are and the different types of this natural glass and semi precious gem stones.
  • Hunting & Shooting For Off The Grid Living  By : Kimberly Harris
    Wild game, if cleaned, processed, and prepared properly, is simply wonderful. For one, it is much healthier than the meats you buy in the store. You know the animals are actually wild and not given chemicals to enhance their size.
  • The Things Your Emergency Survival Kits Should Contain  By : Paul S. Walker
    Emergency survival kits are just that they are kits that will help you get through a real emergency. A survival situation is the balance between life and death. There are so many situations where you would need a survival kit.
  • Backpacking Safety Tips, Part 1  By : Mike A Law
    Planning ahead is a must, and one of the vital things included under this heading is that you must ensure beforehand whether there are any unexpected mishaps that might ruin your plans from the outset, eg doing research on trail closures or related important bulletins on the internet prior to commencing on your trip to ensure that the trail(s) you are planning to hike are open.
  • Is Bear Spray Effective?  By : Doug Harper
    Bears are most likely encountered when campers, hikers and fisherman head into the mountains or high country. Bears are very curious animals, but normally are not aggressive.
  • Bear Grylls, the Man and the Knife  By : Doug Harper
    Bear Grylls is best known for his survival series, Man vs. Wild, or Born Survivor in the United Kingdom. Grylls was born on June 7, 1974 in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland. When Grylls was the age of four his family moved to Bembridge on the Isle of ...
  • Lightweight Backpack  By : Dwijen Borah
    The advance of technology has made it possible to produce lightweight backpacks of lighter and stronger materials. These packs can weigh 3 pounds or less but can carry up to 30 pounds .This makes them very convenient for many types of backpacking trips. It allows a backpacker to travel longer distance and faster.
  • Premium Camping Tips For Your Next Adventure  By : Oliver Milne
    Thanks to the insurgence of reality shows that focus on surviving in the wild, camping has become very popular in recent years. If camping is something that you have been considering for some time, but you are not sure where to begin, you can find the information you need in the article below.

    Always bring along your first aid kit. Make sure to stock it well for accidents and injuries. Your kit for first aid should contain painkillers, a kit for snake bites, bandages, and whatever els...
  • Is The North Face Summit Series The Ultimate Outer Wear?  By : James Motor
    Watching Felix Baumgartner's free fall jump from the edge of space is a reminder that the world is a beautiful place just waiting for us to put on our exploring hats and take in every breath-taking scene that it has to offer. Wherever we look however, there seems o be far too many people hooked to the latest television show, wearing the latest styles and texting, chatting and making use of social media to stalk Lady GaGa and Britney Spears.
  • What to Bring When Hiking AZ  By : Kate L
    When hiking AZ, there are mandatory things to bring with you. These include maps and compass, light, fire source, sufficient water, trail food, tools, first-aid kit, and an emergency shelter. You also need weather-appropriate clothing as well as eye and skin protection.
  • The Importance Of Gerber Multi Tools  By : James C Jenkins
    If you want to supplement your home or car survival kits, Gerber accessories could be the perfect additions. You can get a Gerber gear with a variety of tools suitable for a whole range of tasks.
  • Assessments of Dive Sites Grand Cayman  By : johke6grwh
    Overall Rating 2.75 out of 5

    Access - Moderate; boat only and about 15 to 20 minutes from Hotels on Seven Mile Beach
    Depth to 60+ ft
    Visibility - moderate
    Current - minimal to none
    Marine Species variety - Moderate to Good; Yellow Stingrays, Turtles, Angelfishes, Blue Tang
    Reef health - moderate (poor closer to shore)

    Immersion Hiking  By : Mark Etinger
    Immersing yourself in nature.
  • Paracord Survival Gear  By : Paracord Author
    Hikers, hunters and outdoorsmen alike love to wear paracord bracelets and other wearable items. It can be extremely useful and fashionable to wear paracord and survival bracelets.
  • High Quality Modular Cabins Save Both Time and Money  By : Sean Lance
    Modular cabins are manufactured in sophisticated factories that are least affected by adverse climatic conditions.
  • Osprey Porter 46 Travel Pack  By : Alex Burciaga
    The Osprey Porter 46 is a forty-six liter travel pack that is best used for adventure travel. It comes with dimensions of 22" height, 14" width and 9" depth. Its low profile design features a stow-away suspension. It is ideal for carrying a wide variety of stuff for a weekend trip or for transporting bulky gear in a compact unit.
  • The Osprey Aether 70 Backpack  By : Alex Burciaga
    The Osprey Aether 70 Backpack comes with a number of useful and practical features. It looks good and is comfortable to carry. The shoulder straps come with a compression strap across the chest that holds the shoulder straps close together. The pack is also designed to rest most of its weight on the backpacker’s hips instead of the shoulders.
  • Campervan Hire Tasmania Offers an Up Close and Personal View of the Sites  By : Joey Kirk
    Tasmania is a country that is home to many sites, people, places and culture that you simply cannot find anywhere else in the world.
  • Campervan Hire Australia: Traveling Down Under with Ease  By : Joey Kirk
    Australia is a country where you can see things that you simply will not find anywhere else in the world.
  • The Osprey Atmos 65 - Find Out If It Is The Right Backpack For You  By : Alex Burciaga
    The Osprey Atmos 65 is an extremely well-designed and crafted backpack. It is an internal frame pack that is 30 inches high, 14 inches wide and 12 inches deep. It is very light in weight and comes with a number of pockets in the right places.
  • Scuba Diving - Welcome To Another World!  By : Sara Shepard
    Scuba diving is a popular activity for families who are on holiday in tropical areas.
  • Useful information About Local Recreational Camps  By : Catherine Holmes
    Residents of Baltimore benefit by participating in different exciting programs of activities offered by the various Baltimore recreational camps. One of the recreational camps is Ultimate Watersports located in Quarters Road. It is locally operated and owned and was established in 1985.
  • Scuba Diving Tips for Scuba Virgins  By : Karen Matthews
    Valuable tips that every scuba diving newbie must know before venturing into the deep. These nuggets of wisdom will help you make a safe and comfortable dive.
  • Comparing LED Camping Lanterns and Propane Camping Lanterns  By : Tom Huntington
    Though propane camping lanterns have been the traditional lighting choice for camping for many years, LED camping lanterns are becoming a fast favorite due to their benefits. Here is a comparison of these two camping lantern options.
  • Fog And How To Cope With It  By : Simon White
    Tips for predicting, recognising and dealing with fog.
  • Warm Weather and Cool Water Fun in the Great Smoky Mountains  By : Jim Watson
    Whether you’re the adventurous type or you prefer quiet communing with nature, you’ll find in the Great Smoky Mountains.
  • Timber Cubby Houses  By : Michael Aram
    Cubby homes are small wooden homes that are designed for children to play in. These essentially give children an escape from the adults and are ideal as a 'den' or a hideout for them to play games and concoct plots.
  • Picking Quality Survival Products plus Necessities May Prevent Disaster  By : Byron Dyson
    An overview on survival food
  • Guide to Vacation Rental Properties  By : Luther Oneill
    While many investors who purchase rental property focus on residences intended for year-around living, there is no denying the fact that vacation rental properties can provide an excellent income revenue.
  • Padi Dive Courses  By : Sara Shepard
    Diving courses really are something that anyone can benefit from and that anyone should give a go.
  • Hiking Clubs: Should You Join One?  By : Josh Mcclure
    Have you ever heard of a hiking club before? While hiking clubs do have different meanings, a hiking club is often used to describe a group of individuals who
  • 8 Great Things For Kids To Do This Summer Vacation  By : Jimmy J Sorensen
    Summer season is the time for fun and frolic. School bells are not ringing and your children get a break from the tiresome syllabus. But, fun does not mean that your children should not be learning.
  • Safety Checklist for Night Skiing  By : Tom Huntington
    Night skiing is great as the slopes are usually less crowded, the lift tickets can be less expensive, and the sights are beautiful. This sport does require certain safety precautions though. Here is a list of what to bring, including a LED headlamp, and how you can prepare for your night skiing adventure.
  • Picking the Perfect National Park for Your Vacation  By : Luther Oneill
    There are so many decisions that go into choosing a vacation destination. When it involves more than just you and your friend or significant other, it seems to get even
  • Buck Knives - Outdoor Lovers' Smart Choice  By : michaelrrasmussen
    A survival knife is a device an outdoor fanatic will need to have. Buck Knives is amongst the most preferred brand names amongst various users. This informative article provides various information on the brand history and also some of its valuable models.
  • Four Great Outdoor Gear Gift Items  By : Patricia Strasser
    Gift items for outdoor gear may belong to many categories, such as fishing equipment, hiking equipment, camping gear, and also running equipment.
  • Getting Ready for a Fishing and Camping Trip  By : Giuseppe Mathis
    Some people camp, some people fish. As for myself, I'm never really sure which category do I belong to. I mean, I love going out into the woods
  • Why Everyone Should Have Leatherman Tools  By : T. Jenkins
    Have you ever been caught up in fixing something, you have the knife but you wish someone would run back to the tool box in the garage and fetch you a pliers or a hammer.
  • The Wonders Of Winter.  By : Gilberto Boone
    You may travel the world in search of the most glamorous locations, but sometimes theres no place like home.

    Its winter time again, and while some folks are ready to reside
  • Things to Know About Snorkeling on Vacation  By : Art Gib
    For the best results, try on the snorkel with the mask. Whether you want have come to Hawaii to swim with dolphins or just want to enjoy other things, snorkeling will be a lot more enjoyable if you have the equipment that best suits you.
  • Winter Walking Along The West Highland Way  By : Bill Weston
    If you are looking for adventure this winter, try a walking holiday along the West Highland Way, one of Scotland's most iconic long distance footpaths.
  • The Majesty Of Live Golf  By : Jeffery Nevil
    Golf is a game whose aim it is to hit a very small ball into an even smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose. Winston Churchill said that, but there may be a different way of looking at it, not to be so presumptuous as to amend a quote from such a man.
  • What To Look For In Ski Vacation Rentals  By : Adriana Noton
    There are all kinds of places to take ski vacation, and the number of lodgings available give you some excellent options. The main consideration when choosing lodging, is to figure out what will suit everyone with you.
  • Little Cave, Big Experience!  By : David Snell
    I have always been a huge fan of outdoor recreation; unfortunately, the area that I live in does not have a lot of options where that is concerned. So when a few friends of mine invited me to tag along on one of their outdoor expeditions a few months ago, I was more than
  • 5 Reasons to Stay in South Devon  By : Ian Kelly
    South Devon is the perfect place to escape for a romantic break for two or an action packed week with the family. There is much to offer, from the glorious dramatic coastline and beaches to the stunning Dartmoor National Park
  • History of Skimboarding  By : Laine McKenna
    Just a few decades ago, nobody knew what skimboarding was. Sure, people had heard of surfing, but skimboarding, essentially surfing’s younger sibling, had yet to catch mainstream attention. But that all changed thanks to two Laguna Beach teenagers. Read on to learn how this sport went from “unknown” to “overnight sensation.”
  • Gaining A Wonderful Experience By Ice Driving  By : Joaquin Rozo
    Ice driving has become the most exciting and thrilling car races that people love to enjoy. Every year during winters, you get a chance of experiencing the most happening car event of all season. If a person wants to add some spark in their vacations, then ice driving is the best
  • Tips And Advice- Making Ice Driving More Fun  By : Joaquin Rozo
    When you are planning to go for ice driving then it is very important to learn some proper tips and advice so that you are able to drive in a better manner. Most importantly, you must keep yourselves safe while going for ice driving. You must choose the best accessories and safety
  • Aluminium Seats Provide The Perfect Solution for Sydney Taronga Zoo Park Visitors  By : Morel Hudson
    Aluminium seating was the chosen option over timber seating or plastic seating or even steel seating. Aluminium seats are both lightweight and also very strong and require little ongoing maintenance and cleaning. All critical issues in the decision making process.
  • Scuba Diving: A Must For Tourists To Enjoy Awesome Vacation  By : Joaquin Rozo
    In modern age it is important to plan out the trip in advance, so that there are no hiccups at the last moment. People undertake reservations through online websites, because they provide facility of booking in an easy and hassle free manner. Scuba diving is dream come true for people
  • Scuba Diving: A Marvelous Water Sports Activity  By : Joaquin Rozo
    Riding the waves and challenging mystery of the ocean is one of the favorite impediments faced by the diehard divers. They are astounded and marveled by the animal and plants located deep under water. Since time immemorial, man has dreamt of taking a plunge into the giant water bodies
  • Scuba Diving: A Detailed Overview  By : Joaquin Rozo
    It is a well known fact that nuts and bolts of scuba diving would go a long way in providing the best solutions to the users. There are many people who are enthusiastic about the scuba diving because it provide tremendous thrill and would go a long way in providing amazing benefits
  • Scuba Diving: A Combination Of Danger And Thrill  By : Joaquin Rozo
    There are different ways through which people are able to realize their dreams of scuba diving. Escaping into the cool surroundings of prominent beaches will help the starving tourists to indulge in different types of activities, and make the vacation enjoyable in an impeccable manner.
  • Scuba Diving  By : Joaquin Rozo
    In Scuba Diving, the diving is done under water in which the diver is provided with an under water breathing device known as a scuba set. SCUBA is an acronym for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. In scuba diving, the divers are supposed to carry their own scuba sets along
  • Scuba Diving Holidays- Underwater Wonder  By : Joaquin Rozo
    When a person is bored with their daily routine, they want some refreshment with some excitement as well as some relaxation. Tourism is the best option and when you are talking about tourism then many type of varieties comes to your mind like river rafting, water sports, etc. You
  • Rules For Operating a Pleasure Craft In Canada  By : Adrianna Noton
    When you are in charge of the operation of a boat in the waters of Canada, certain rules apply and will be enforced. The days of just hopping into a boat and buzzing around the lake as you please are gone, and anyone who operates a pleasure craft must obey certain requirements.
  • Pondering About Summer Camp?Consider Rochester NY!  By : ashley Davies
    Searching for the ideal summer camp Rochester NY to deliver your youngsters to? The weather conditions in upstate New York is normally nice and gentle, which helps make it the ideal vacation spot for summer season entertaining.
  • Anyone Can Enjoy A Ski Vacation  By : Adriana Noton
    When looking at a winter skiing vacation there are options in packages depending on who and what you want to do. To enjoy the variety of experiences everyone should try more than one option.
  • 5 Popular Boot Camp Activities  By : Patricia Strasser
    Boot camp activities could be modified to suit your specifications or perhaps to be applied in a physical fitness summer boot camp. The core activities in these particular boot camps are typically weight training, strength building, teambuilding, obstacle runs, and also martial fight.
  • Gas Ballooning - An Interesting Game To Watch  By : Liss
    This year’s Gordon Bennett Cup in Ballooning took place in Gap-Tallard, France and the land of air sports added enough oomph to the show. It was really interesting to watch the flight of balloons that take off at night for an unidentified destination, with the Alps and the Tallard Castle as a backdrop. In this ‘world cup’ of Gas Ballooning, the goa
  • World Health Organisations Recommends Use of Mosquito Nets  By : Dylan Pugh
    Mosquitoes are responsible for the transmission of a number of dangerous diseases, most notably malaria. Mosquito nets are a necessity for anyone travelling in areas such as sub-Saharan Africa where the disease is present. As well as traditional bell and box nets for beds, freestanding nets are available for those out camping.
  • Seven Things You Need for Hiking in Cold Weather  By : Albert Garcia
    Hiking is one of the best ways for us to enjoy nature's beauty. Each season has its own uniqueness, but most people miss out on winter because they feel
  • 7 Ways Light is Helpful in Survival Situations  By : Tom Huntington
    When faced with an emergency survival situation, it's always useful having a light on hand. Here are 7 handy applications for light during an emergency situation.
  • Hunting And Fishing Trips: Be Well Prepared  By : Byron Dyson
    Everything you want to know about hunting a fishing outfitters.
  • Gear Checklist for Snow Camping: Knives and Other Must-Haves  By : Tom Huntington
    Snow camping is a popular way for camping enthusiasts to enjoy their hobby in the winter months. This article explains what to pack when snow camping, including camping knives, a multi-tool and other essential gear.\n
  • 6 Gift Ideas for Rugged, Outdoorsy Types  By : Tom Huntington
    There are some things an outdoor enthusiast can't have too many of. This article suggests useful gift ideas for outdoorsmen.

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