If you’re looking for a good read about survival in the outdoors, there are plenty of books out there that discuss anything from poisonous plants, vicious animals, and natural pitfalls. But reader beware! Many of these books read like a dictionary and can be somewhat monotonous and dull. Then I stumbled upon “How To Die […]Read More “How To Die In The Outdoors” by Buck Tilton, M.S.
Some good friends of mine have recently been getting into dehydrating different foods for healthy snacking. After having some of their snacks I too wanted to invest in a dehydrator. I couldn’t really justify it though. It didn’t make sense to buy a dehydrator just so I could have some dried apples from time to […]Read More Another Fork In The Trail by Laurie Ann March
I received this book as a birthday present from a friend that knew I casually followed Bear Grylls and his adventures on “Man Vs. Wild” and such. Before reading the book, I started following Bear a little more closely, be it watching more episodes, reading up on his exploits on the Internet, or following him on Twitter. […]Read More Mud, Sweat, and Tears by Bear Grylls
I just finished reading this new book called “Ultralight Backpackin’ Tips” by Mike Clelland and I really enjoyed it. My eye was caught immediately by the cover’s claim of “food and gear for 10 days under 25 lbs.” and it really does explain how this can be achieved. I tend to over-pack my pack (a […]Read More Ultralight Backpackin’ Tips by Mike Clelland!