Posts Tagged ‘ camping ’

Equipment: BioLite’s CampStove

30 March, 2012
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Whether your out backpacking or dealing with a significant, regional disaster, being able to easily cook food and boil water is a real boost to your survivability. There are a lot of great, portable cookers for hikers and survival enthusiasts. The clever kids over at BioLite have taken one bottle design and added a thermoelectric…

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Ultralight Tents – things you don’t need, but are pretty cool anyway

16 August, 2011
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So recently, this little gem showed up in several of my favorite social media sites and it struck me as too cool an item not to mention here.    This is the Specialist Solo ultralight tent. It’s a single person ultralight tent (they also make a two person model). What’s an ultralight tent? It’s a camping…

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Survival Thinking: Learning from Camping

12 August, 2011
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Survival Thinking: Learning from Camping

photo credit: aithom2   Camping is a simple, inexpensive, and fun way for everyone to enjoy the outdoors and get away from the rat race of day-to-day life. Regardless of whether you enjoy light-weight, family-style ‘car’ camping or more intensive overland backpacking, camping can provide some interesting lessons in disaster readiness planning. The same thinking…

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