Month: May 2021

The right stove makes life on the trail better. From ultralight canisters to four-season and multifuel options, we’ve found and tested the best backpacking stoves. Sure, you could just eat a handful of trail mix or a can of tuna, but it’s hard to beat a hot meal after a long day on the trail. On
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An important guideline to follow is to prevent mergers when you construct a composition. Mergers appear when photographers ignore subject overlap. When subjects converge and become one, the viewer of the photo misses out on seeing portions of the subject that are partially hidden. For instance, when two four-legged animals merge, it’s often difficult to
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Jordan Estrada   05.27.21 As the world gears up for the long-awaited 2020 summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, Federal Ammunition is preparing the way for the USA shooting team with an advance delivery of Federal Gold Medal shotshells. These high-performance competition loads are specifically engineered to shatter records while shattering clay pigeons. With any luck, they’ll help
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We tested the best backpacking water filters and purifiers for your next trip into the great outdoors. You don’t need much to have a successful backpacking trip. Yes, you’ll need some gear (like a tent, a sleeping bag, and a pack), but most of all, you’ll need a way to get clean and safe water while on
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Congratulations to Douglas Croft for winning the Contrasting Seasons Assignment with the image, “Ahwahnee Meadow.” See more of Croft’s photography at www.douglascroftimages.com. View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: “Ahwahnee Meadow” By Douglas Croft
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—– Click for more information —– Hii loves! Here are a few tips on what you’ll need to go camping. Of course, this is just a starting point and everyone’s packing list will be slightly different. Sharing is caring, so please leave a comment on any tips or items that I missed. Enjoy~! —————————————————————————————————————- Get
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I’ve got a new logo for the JoeRobinetBushcraft Channel. In this video I explain the reasoning behind it. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoT86ySb-j32YgrHpJkGVPQ Bushcraft Courses http://www.northgatebushcraft.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joerobinetbushcraft Instagram https://instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Robinet_Joe
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Photo By Melody Revnak Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Shasta Reflection” by Melody Revnak. Location: Siskiyou County, California. “This view from Siskiyou Lake of Mount Shasta is one of the best,” says Revnak. “I’ve been to this spot many times to capture the reflection of Mount Shasta on the lake, and many times prior
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Trent Marsh   05.27.21 Nothing can ruin a day quicker than an injury. If that injury happens miles away from civilization, it can make it a whole lot worse. While we all have a drawer or a basket full of first-aid items at home, what happens when you need those items away from home? Everywhere you go,
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