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Review: BareBones Hori Hori

When camping there are times that you need to cut stuff be some paracord or some meat. You need a knife in your camping kit. There are several different types of knives you can use. There are the pocket knives to machetes, each has its specific use. Today I want to talk about a unique knife I found and really started to like. It is a knife called the Hori Hori which is a Japanese gardening knife. Yet this knife has some other nice bits added to it thanks to …

Review: Coleman Trailhead II Cot

OK, this review is for those who are not that into sleeping on the cold hard ground. Well, more specifically those who sleep on the hard ground. Don’t matter so much if it is cold or not. That ground can wreak havoc on a person’s shoulders back and hips if they are older than 30. Therefore this months review is a godsend. May the inventor of the camping cot be sainted. I found something that does wonders for you back but it does come at a cost which I will …

Ozark Trail Folding Shovel

What is one thing you need to have in your camping gear inventory? Sleeping bag? Check. Tent? Yeah, it does help a lot to have one of those. Food? Without a doubt. So what else do you absolutely need? It could be something you don’t have in your kit but the moment you have it you will wonder how you got by without it for so long. That is a folding camp shovel. Oh yeah, I didn’t know I needed one either till I went on my second camping trip …

Camp Chef 6 Piece Cast Iron Set Review

Cast iron, what does it make you think of? A weapon or perhaps high-quality body armor. Maybe you are from the south and you think cornbread made in a cast iron skillet. Cast iron is versatile and tough. You can cook on a range at your home or on some coals at basecamp. Cast iron is awesome. I have wanted some cast iron for a long time but was afraid to get some because of all the care I have heard about. Since I am getting back into camping I …

The Camping Gear You Need

Alright, April is leaving me with high hopes and an eagerness to get outdoors. That means that camping season is here. You could have gone camping a few times here in Oklahoma but with the wind, it would be a challenge. Now I have to admit I haven’t gone camping as of yet because of 1 work but also I am still getting some needed equipment. But I will be doing some backyard camping just so I am able to get used to the tents and sleeping bag and keep …

Sleepingo Air Pad Reveiw

When you were young you could sleep just about anywhere. Lumpy rock was just as comfortable as a feather bed. Sadly you can’t have the dynamic durability as you age. Nowadays I regret sleeping on the couch when I go to take a nap. I’m sure like you wonder where you picked up the glass back. Well If you are a hiker or just a plain ol camper you will want to find a sleeping pad to use unless you get a really comfortable camping bed or an amazing cot …

How to Pick the Right Sleeping Bag

Time to start getting the camping equipment setup. One piece of equipment that is needed is your trusty sleeping bag. You can bring sheets and blankets and all that good stuff but if you don’t want to keep up with all of those extra pieces then a sleeping bag is just what you are needing. Well, this months review is the ever important sleeping bag. No campsite is complete without a sleeping bag for each person. “The Bag” as we use to call it when I was young is important …

The 7 person tent Wenzel Blue Ridge

The Wenzel Blue Ridge 7 person Tent (Review)

You looking for a tent? I found a tent. This is not any normal tent. It is a whole family tent. This is a tent that you are able to seriously pack some family and friends into. You can put the kids in their own room in this tent and so you don’t have to worry about junior sneaking out. The Blue Ridge is a fun tent to use, and I am glad I have the pleasure to own one. The Wenzel Blue Ridge tent is pretty much open air. …

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