20 Feb 19
Site Title

“The Backpacking & Camping Stoves  market report is a complete research on the current state of the Backpacking & Camping Stoves market with a focus on the regional market. This report presents the global Backpacking & Camping Stoves  market size (value, production, and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to ‘2025’), by manufacturers, region, type, […]

20 Feb 19
Chasing Sunsets

I’ve spent all of our money on breakfast. Diners, cafes, and every greasy spoon hole in the wall. Waffles, pancakes, and any variation of the classic combo. Eggs, breakfast meat, and potatoes on the side – bring it! What kind of toast would I enjoy? Sourdough or anything with raisins and cinnamon. Endless coffee?! And […]

17 Feb 19
The Loadout Room

Tactical Tailor was started by Logan Coffey in 1998 after serving two enlistments in the US Army. During Logans time in the Infantry, he noticed that his Vietnam era issued gear was a little lackluster and needed modifications to be made more effective. After purchasing a used commercial sewing machine, Logan began modifying gear, designing bags, […]

15 Feb 19
Warning: musings may range from utterly bemusing to somewhat amusing.

We are marching into shops and asking about carbon pegs and bamboo cutlery and the difference between a Trangia and a Jetboil. We’re walking out with space blankets and flints, parachute chord and hunting knives, water filters and one She-wee each despite none of us being women. We are prepared for everything, even growing a vagina.

15 Feb 19
Everlook Photography

From January 26th to February 2nd, I traveled around Tasmania and visited as many areas as I could that were safe from the raging fires all around the state. I tried to take as many pictures as I could with my phone in between the times that I would take out my DSLR to take […]

14 Feb 19
less is the new more

Gear. I could spend hours boring you to tears with every spec, weight, and pro/con of every piece of gear. Because that’s what PCT hikers become: Gear Geeks and Weight Weinies. Instead, I’ll just post a list and some pics. You will probably notice that Charisse and I pretty much use the same gear, with […]

13 Feb 19

The report on the “Portable Stove market“offers elaborated knowledge on the Portable Stove market. parts like dominating firms, classification, size, business atmosphere, SWOT analysis, and most effectual trends within the business area unit comprised during this analysis study. In this report, the global Portable Stove market is valued at USD XX million in 2018 and […]

09 Feb 19

Jetboil MicroMo Scales Regulated Camping Stove System – Buy – Jetboil MicroMo Scales Regulated Camping Stove System

03 Feb 19
Veteran's Outdoor Collaborative

If you’re like me you’ve probably struggled to get a fire started on the trail due to adverse weather conditions, a lack of nearby kindling or any number of potential reasons. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat next to a pile of damp kindling searching my pack for scraps of paper and […]

03 Feb 19

Shannon and I had been planning our hometown loop for sometime. The plan changed a few times but we knew we wanted to do many miles and adventure on some terrain we’ve never covered before. A late start was planned because we had a full moon lighting up the trail after sundown. We each took […]

29 Jan 19
And I Still Hike

I will preface this post by saying a few things… I am NOT an ultra light backpacker not do I have unlimited funds to go get the top level gear. I try to be practical with my purchases. I also like being comfortable, so I carry a few things that many ultra light backpackers do […]

26 Jan 19

– Extra socks: Darn Tough and Smartwool are both excellent options for winter hiking socks. – Map: Waterproof Trails Illustrated Topographic Map Guide. -Insulated hiking boots: Popular brands are Keen, Vasque, and Columbia  Puffy insulated jacket with hood: Patagonia and Mountain Hardwear are popular brands for down coats. – Waterproof and windproof jacket: Check out brands including Arctery, Mammut, and Outdoor […]

24 Jan 19
Hunter Area Outdoor Women

A trip report from PJ after her 4 day solo hike along the coastline of Yuraygir National Park.

24 Jan 19
Happy Girl Adventures

For the sake of trying new things… I thought I’d give cross country skiing a shot… because why not, right? My boyfriend and I watched a couple of youtube videos on how to do it- looked like easy enough. We went REI, rented their skis and selected our location- Lake Wenatchee State Park. We were […]

22 Jan 19

The first annual AZT thru-hiker survey results are finally in! A huge thanks to everyone who contributed to the survey! The information would not exist without your time and helpful answers. This survey was created in an effort to aid future thru-hikers in their planning and journey. After reading the similar survey results about the […]