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Gerber Big Rock Serrated Knife

Gerber Big Rock Knife Designed as a hunting knife by the acclaimed knife maker, William Harsey, Jr., the Big Rock 4.5-inch fixed blade partially serrated knife has evolved to become a formidable aid in camping and general outdoor use. With its sturdy...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Nov 15, 2014

Rough Rider Pocket Knives

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by Carolina Outdoor Products on Nov 15, 2014

Selk’bag Combines Superheroes, Sleeping Bags, And Jammies In One Garment

Most of us can’t really justify running around in our pajamas all day, as much as it would bring us joy. But we can, at least, have a suit that not only serves as pajamas, but also sleep gear. And if that weren’t enough, Selk’bag ev...
by concoconco on Nov 12, 2014

Help Me Choose a Logo

With Outside Retailer coming up in January, I knew I needed to make business cards, but I wanted to take it a step further and do a bit of branding as well. I turned to Fiverr to get some basic feedback on a possible logo from the designers there. (D...
by Midwest Multisport Life on Nov 11, 2014

A Storm is Coming

The last two times we have gone camping it has rained. Worse than that - the last two times we have gone camping we have brought home wet gear and my DH had to put the tent back up in the yard, wait for it to dry, take it down, then pack it up. Break...

Let's Get Away From it All

Sinatra articulates my idea of getting away from it all in his song, "Come Fly with Me"Come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly awayIf you could use some exotic boozeThere's a bar in far BombayCome fly with me, let's fly, let's fly awayCome fly with me...
by My Life a Bit South of Normal on Oct 30, 2014

BEEFY Pocket Organizer by Maxpedition

click here for more info About Maxpedition® Pocket Organizers If it’s hard to find, it’s hard to use. Kill the clutter and keep it together with Maxpedition® Pocket Organizers: portable multi-tool managers that can be packed, carried or...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 29, 2014

The Land of Unfinished Projects

I live in the land of unfinished projects. There is one on the picnic table on the patio, two on the kitchen table, I've lost count of the ones "tabled" in the sunroom, and who even remembers those buried in the garage. They were all great ideas at t...
by My Life a Bit South of Normal on Oct 29, 2014

Seahorse Laptop Case SE720CC w/Foam, Safety Yellow

This unique watertight, airtight, dustproof, crush resistant case hold laptops up to 11 5/8 inch x 14 1/8 inch x 2 inch (with a 16.1 inch screen). Laptops rest securely on a fitted, shock absorbing bottom, with room underneath for AC cords, earphones...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 21, 2014

Stowaway Kit Small, w/ Spreader & Paperstone Cutting Board

The perfect portable tool for preparing food while camping or relaxing anywhere in the outdoors. The spreader’s flexible blade allows you to easily spread any other condiment. It is multi-purpose in the fact that it is also sturdy enough for sl...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 16, 2014

Compass, BOSS 50M Mirrored Compass, Tool-Free

By moving the hinge for the sighting mirror to the center of the base plate, users are now able to sight objects faster and more accurately along the same direction of travel mark used for map navigation. We’ve also added a meridian insert, so...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 13, 2014

Camping Cook Set, The Scouter, Hard Anodized Black Ice

  Texsport Scouter Black Ice™ Hard Anodized Cook Set contains: 7″ fry pan with folding “stay cool” wire handles, 1 qt. and 1-1/2 qt. cook pots with lids and folding “Stay cool” Handles Mesh carry/storage bag Weigh...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 12, 2014

Bryce canyon national park camping in Utah

Reserve the adventurous camping sites, lodge and cabins […] Related Adventure and Experiences: Lodging in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah Bryce Canyon Backpacking Under Rim Trail &… Horseback Riding in Bryce Canyon, Utah Guide to...
by Physictourism on Oct 10, 2014

Bush Crafter, Brown Micarta Handle,Drop Point Plain w/Sheath, Made in USA

The Camillus Bushcrafter is the knife built for long term use in the wilderness and camping. The drop point blade is full tang, the Micarta handle scales are removable with hex bits, there is a lanyard hole at the butt end of the knife, and the sheat...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 8, 2014

The Urban Camper

One of my favorite past times has always been camping. I like to be outside, to cook and eat my meals, enjoy the scenery and […]...
by Jigs Dinner on Oct 3, 2014

Titanium Triad XE Stove by Vargo

The dual-fuel Vargo Titanium Triad XE Alcohol/Fuel Tab Stove picks up where other alcohol stoves fall short. By burning either denatured alcohol or fuel tabs, the Triad XE becomes your all-season, all-terrain, go-to ultralight stove. Use the inner ca...
by Carolina Outdoor Products on Oct 3, 2014

Rainy Trails, Wild Boars, and Flying Reptiles

Ah the woods, and camping in the woods. My DH had planned a backpacking/camping trip in Congaree National Park for a week or two. Nothing was going to keep him from it. Especially a forecast of only 20% rain. So yesterday we started getting our...
by My Life a Bit South of Normal on Sep 24, 2014

Fun Family Camping Activities

Family camping is one of the best activities you can do together. Not only does it give you a break away from the hustle and bustle of city life, it... The post Fun Family Camping Activities appeared first on .
by Stagetecture on Sep 18, 2014

The North Face Endurance Challenge Wisconsin This Weekend!

Hard to believe next weekend is the The North Face Endurance Challenge in Wisconsin - this is one of my favorite events to do, not just for the awesomely run events, but that we make a whole family weekend of it. It's been a few years since we last d...
by Midwest Multisport Life on Sep 9, 2014

Back to School and a Ruined Labor Day Weekend

Here in Washington State, our school kids don’t go back to school until the last week of August or the first week of September. In fact, my kids went back to school on August 28. In comparison, the Seattle School District started yesterday Septembe...
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