Backcountry Kitchen

This is the next chapter to my forthcoming ebook, and just like in other chapters, this theme is about moving light and fast. I know there are an infinite amount of other options and expert opinions out there for backcountry kitchen strategy, but this is the one that works for me, and has been tested... Continue Reading →

Backcountry Alaska on a budget

Not long ago, getting far into the Alaskan backcountry meant paying a bush pilot upwards of $2,000 to fly you out and drop you off in a remote spot. Not so today. Public transportation along with gear innovations, now mean that even the most budget savvy travelers can get out into the remote Alaskan wilderness... Continue Reading →

Backpacking with a baby

How do you take a baby backpacking? Its not as hard as you think. I don’t mean to oversimplify the process. No doubt, going backpacking with infants or toddlers is a bit more challenging than when you were single or only sharing the trail with your spouse. But from the response my wife and I... Continue Reading →

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