After nine good years as our primary family camping tent, it’s time to retire the Chinook Twin Peaks Guide 6 tent. At time of recording, the tent is still available on Amazon as such I recommend it as a great budget tent for a young family of four or couple that want a lot of […]
Getting into the backcountry or simply car camping, you end up learning from your adventures and trying new things. This is what we’ve assembled in this section. You will find posts involving camping, navigation, bushcraft, geocaching, survival, prepping and everything else outdoor related.
Take a look, leave a comment. We are always looking for ideas, or tips on what we’re doing.
If you are into woodworking, there is a chain of stores in Canada called Lee Valley Tools that’s been around for a number of years specializing in traditional wood working tools. They had a series of canoe paddle events due to Canada 150 celebrations so I decided to sign up for the event held in […]
We haven’t done any car camping in several years, I had gone down the path of hammock camping and rustic camping with the boys for the last few years. This summer, we wanted to do more family car camping. Excuse To Buy More Camping Gear To my surprise, I had SIX bins full of camping […]
What better way to celebrate Canada’s 150 Birthday, than to get outside and experience its vast, beautiful, and unique landscapes. From coast to coast Canada’s awe-inspiring trails offers escapes for day hikes to multi-day wilderness adventures. Whether you are a newly inspired beginner hiker or you’re a seasoned trekker, these are some great essentials […]
It was such a nice sunny Sunday afternoon that I decided to try a new dish in the dutch oven. I found this great Jerk chicken with Rice recipe that is really very simple and thinking it will be a good option for camp food. LIVE STREAM HIGHLIGHTS 3:51 Putting in the chicken 15:30 Chicken […]
WARNING- Be aware of the tide schedule We took advantage of the low tide along the Bay of Fundy and drove up to Burntcoat head park to walk along the ocean floor. for a few hours before the tide came back. The Bay of Fundy tides this time of year drop from 44ft to 4ft, […]
Easy Pot Roast While At Camp Cooking Yankee pot roast outdoors in a dutch oven is one of the great things about cooking outdoors on a nice day is taking your time and enjoying the smell of the charcoal and food while enjoying a few craft beers. So today I decided to make Yankee Pot […]
Here’s a nice looking minimalist knife I picked up on my last trip to Montreal last year. The Deejo knife is a curious blade. I took a while for me to get used to it as compared to my other EDC knives. The small, compact design and clip was an issue until I decided that […]
Before smartphones and LTE towers were the norm; your options for communications while hiking were limited. Basically you would go for your Ham Radio or Amateur radio certificate (call sign) and prepare a communications kit. Now with new technology like satellite communicators like garmin (delorme) inreach and spot, you save a lot of space in […]