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Today I would like to talk about an item my wife bought me for all my solo overnight trips. InReach I’m the type of person who, at the drop of a hat, might decide to go out and spend the next few days kayaking or camping alone. As a matterRead More →

Caveman Outdoors I first came across the channel Caveman Outdoors on Youtube a few years back. I had been doing alot of the same activities and had been to many of the same locations. I’ve always loved watching others hiking/kayaking videos. Watching all these different videos inspired me to startRead More →

I’m breaking this into more than one post. You can find the second part here [Kayaking Alone Part 2]! Please bear with me as I cover a lot of my personal experiences and advice from my own solo kayaking trips. Please also check out the recommended product I use onRead More →

This is the second part of a two part article covering my experiences when kayaking alone and advice if you decide to do so. You can find the first part here [Kayaking Alone Part 1]! Also please don’t forget to check out the recommended product at the end of thisRead More →

First Thoughts I had been on the lookout for an underquilt to add to my camping gear for awhile.  Winter hammock camping can be pretty harsh on the body if you don’t have the right gear for warmth and comfort.  I was very skeptical about this product. The Amazon link wasRead More →

No, I’m not talking about an 80’s rock band or some college frat boys pulling an all nighter. I’m talking about the large oversized salamanders that once could be found in the clear waters of the Ozarks, otherwise known as the Ozark Hellbenders. I honestly didn’t know much about them untilRead More →

This is a review of the Grayl water filtration system. I’m going to attempt to cover the pros and cons of this water filter.   The Grayl is not your typical water filtrating system. Most systems require the user to suck through a straw, use a pump, or let gravityRead More →

This is a subject that I have many mixed feelings on. Bear with me as I go through these feelings, and then try to shed some logic on the subject. I’ll try to find that middle ground for everyone.  For some of you that might not know what I amRead More →

One of the hidden treasures of the Ozarks, the Buffalo National River, offers sights and experience you just can’t find anywhere else. The river offers something for everyone; hiking, floating, camping, horseback riding, and even mountain biking now along a designated trail. Hiking: First, let’s cover the hiking aspect ofRead More →

I love graphic design so I have started a series of maps for our local creeks near Joplin, MO. You’ll be able to print each map out allowing you to draw and mark on them. This comes in handy when planning trips and figuring the distance between two locations. LaminateRead More →