We’ve all been stuck in the woods without any TP. Don’t just reach for any old foliage. Your bits are sensitive and accidentally using a toxic plant like poison oak or ivy could be disastrous. Luckily, Mother Nature provides and there are many soft and safe options should the need arise.
Fires, hurricanes, floods, zombie apocalypse or a visit from the in-laws are all reasons you may need to head for the hills in a hurry. When you do need to evacuate your home, having a ready-packed 'bug-out bag' that you can grab on the run will make your life so much easier and can even mean the difference between life and death.
Camping always has risks, from accidentally sleeping in poison ivy to encountering the local bears on a trail. That shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a holiday outdoors, especially with your canine companion. Here are our six favorite tips to help your family pet safe out on your next adventure.
Montana isn’t called the Treasure State for no reason. This incredible place out west is simply jam-packed with some of
Fishing can be tough on gear. Water, dirt, sand, fish, and time can wear down even the most durable fishing gear. We’ll break down the essential gear and how to know when it’s time to invest in a new piece of equipment.
Whether the hike you are taking lasts a day or a month, there are some essentials that you should always have with you.