Repairing your kit

Being able to repair your equipment, yourself, while you are out in the field is extremely important. This could mean repairing a puncture in your thermarest, fixing a seat in a canoe or sewing up a hole in some clothing. Today I noticed a rip in my outer mittens.  This […]

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Adventure Food

This is not a review as such, I bought this from a shop out of curiosity and just before I prepared it to eat I thought I might as well take a few pictures and write it down. This is the second one of these meals that I have eaten, […]

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How to Dry your Boots

Wet boots mean cold feet, very cold feet and in the Arctic, dangerously cold feet. In this post, we will go through a few options on how to dry your boots. Your feet tend to sweat no matter what the temperature and this introduces moisture into your boots over time.  […]

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Hypothermia

Hypothermia is the name given to the condition when the core temperature of the human body falls bellow the required normal operating temperature.  It is opposed by Heat Stroke which is the when the core temperature gets too warm. If left to progress it is fatal. Our normal core temperature […]

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Secret Log Cabin

I can´t be the only one to dream about living in secret log cabin´s in the wilderness, far from the reach of the internet, mobile phone´s and passing people. Back in the summer of 2017 an opportunity presented itself for me to visit and stay in one such place in […]

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