A colorful carpet of leaves, multiplying among the ground each fall, may signify the end of a fleeting season. One that often serves as a memorable backdrop for numerous outdoor experiences. Unfortunately for many however, it also signifies the transition to a life indoors, where bikes, backpacks, boats, and hiking shoes are put into hiding,
3 Reasons to bring a frying pan on your next adventure Like most people new to backpacking, our first meals in the backcountry consisted mainly of freeze-dried packages, and required little more than a small pot for boiling water. The allure of their convenience is what drives many to never branch outside the freeze-dried bag.
I’ve always been someone who felt the desire to call a beautiful place home. The highs of mountain time, adventure, stunning sunsets/sunrises, and the ability to breath hard in crisp air is too enticing to be cast aside for just a few weeks each year. It’s this very desire to incorporate nature, and simple, yet
Cheap. No exciting features. Not particularly durable, and definitely not stylish. In fact, it’s an accessory we’re all told to move away from at some point in life, typically during those adolescent years searching for adulthood. “If you want to act like an adult, then start dressing and accessorizing like one” they said. “A plastic