We're honored to have Sawyer as a sponsor of #LHX2017. In this post my friend Dane shares a little about the Sawyer Mini and a little modification you can use when on the trail. What’s not to love about the Sawyer Mini Squeeze filter? Well, for one thing, the provided “dirty” water bladder isn’t very … Continue reading Sawyer Mini Modifcation
Fall is my favorite time of year to hike. It's not just the color of the leaves changing but the cooler crisp air and the smell of wood burning stoves in the distance. But while fall has a lot to offer for hikers and backpackers we need to be careful as it's also the beginning … Continue reading Don’t Become the Hunted…Be Seen!
When in a pinch, meaning you have no filter system or purification there is a way to filter water in a survival situation. Simple sand water filter 1. To start with, you need a container. If you can find a large, empty can, use it. Punch 5-10 holes in the bottom of the can. A … Continue reading Filtering Water to Survive
Following are some essential tips, that should be always followed while kayaking. These tips are all-inclusive of sea, river, whitewater and ocean kayaking. Stretching It is very important that you stretch yourself well each time, before you start kayaking. This is essential to maintain your stamina and vitality while kayaking and it also helps to … Continue reading Kayaking Tips: Prepare Right & Have Fun
Written by #HBFCrew Jason Cleghorn Y'all... I'm mad. Every day, another picture like this, another story about graffiti in our National Parks, another person or people that seemingly don't care about the wild. And I am damn tired of it. The hardest part for me is rectifying how I can be so different from another human, … Continue reading I’m mad… by Jason Cleghorn