If I’m going to use a hammock, I want to be using the Trail Nest Rooftop Hammock Stand.
In this installment of Unboxed, I peel back the lid on the BivySak March 2017 subscription box.
This is what happened when Finnish coffee company Paulig asked designer Luca Zannoto to make a really tiny cup of coffee from a single coffee bean.
Check out The Ultimate Hiker’s Gear Guide, Second Edition: Tools and Techniques to Hit the Trail, the newest edition of Andrew Skurka’s essential guide, one of the best resources for long distance hikers.
A large part of camping and backpacking deals with survival, so this month Unboxed takes a look inside the BattlBox Mission 1.2, a subscription box offering survival solutions for solo campers.
We take a look at seven crazy coffee contraptions that look mighty stylish and will set you back a good bit of money—but won’t necessarily make a better cup of coffee.
When it comes to brushing your hair, you definitely don’t need the Kerastase Hair Coach.
BivySak is an adventure-themed subscription box that ships quarterly, and this installment of Unboxed snuggles up with the BivySak December 2016 shipment.
Niantic Ingress Support wants you to believe a fish is cow.
It may be easier to apply for a John Muir Trail permit, but getting one may be more challenging, thanks to a revision in this years reservation process.
Instagram v Twitter v Flickr: Filter Face-Off!
I thought it might be interesting to see how the filters on Instagram, Twitter, and Flickr stack up.
Red Hulk: Resolution
Earlier this year my daughters and I started an epic adventure to buy Red Hulk Volume 1 from a local store. And while the adventure itself was indeed epic, it comes to a rather boring end: I bought it from Amazon.
One Man, 14 Beers: An Afternoon at L.A. Beer Week
One Sunday in 2012, I spent a few hours at Union Station drinking beer in the hot sun during the 4th Annual L.A Beer Week Festival.
Growing Up Packers: Memories of Bad Calls
So now the real referees are back on the job officiating the NFL ( and none too soon ), but I’ll be honest — I’m going to miss the replacements.
John Muir Trail Encounters: Mama Bear & Monkey
Inside the Stone Hut at Muir Pass, I met Heather (trail name “Mama Bear”) and Sierra (trail name “Monkey”), a mother-and-daughter team who were hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) together.
John Muir Trail Solo Adventure: Complete
John Muir Trail solo report TL;DR version: I finished.