Category Archives: Backpacking

Survivor Filter Pro – The BEST Survival/Emergency Water Filter?

Water is life, and clean water is arguably the most important commodity in an emergency situation. This filter CLAIMS to be the best independently tested water filter on the market. It has a good price point, so I decided to check it out! Hope you enjoy, and please share if you enjoy the video.

Survivor Filter Pro_Fotor

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Posted by on July 31, 2018 in Backpacking, Uncategorized


Budget Bushcraft Series Episode 7: Best Budget Cordage


Well everyone, we are on to Episode 7 of our Budget Bushcraft Series, and today we will look at one of the 5 C’s, Cordage! There are certainly many options for cordage, these are just the two that I use most, and I feel are very budget friendly! Please like the video, and comment! Also, checkout this playlist for the other videos in this series!

Budget Bushcraft Series Playlist

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Posted by on September 12, 2016 in Backpacking, Bushcrafting, YouTube


Upcoming Solo Backpacking Trip

My family and I are headed to Arkansas soon, near the White River, and I plan on heading out on a solo overnighter with my new backpacking hammock set up.  For those who are interested in hammock backpacking, stay tuned and I will give a full review and video on my YouTube Channel of what will hopefully be a great adventure!

My hammock set up includes:

Hammock – Warbonnet Outdoors Blackbird XLC

Rain Tarp – Warbonnet Outdoors Mamajamba Tarp

Rain Tarp Sleeve – Cuben Fiber Camo by Hammock Gear

Necessary Tarp Tie-Down Gear from Dutchware Gear (All Titanium and ultra light weight)

Underquilt – Hammock Gear Incubator 40 With 2 oz Overstuff

Top Quilt – Hammock Gear Burrow 40 with 1 oz Overstuff

Total Weight of Sleep and Insulation System Above is 5 Pounds!


I have a detailed gear list below and you can make your own at an amazing FREE site called  The weather we have all been waiting for is here! (At least down South, sorry to my Northern Followers…).  So get outside and enjoy nature!

Sylemore Creek Trail


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Posted by on March 31, 2015 in Backpacking

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