Tesla believes their Model X can take me into the backcountry. I took one for a test drive and asked a lot of questions of their sales rep to decide if I think this is true. Resources from this episode: Tesla’s Model X (go check one out) Outside Magazine’s Tesla article Chacos – the most … Continue reading Can a Tesla Model X Replace My Jeep Wrangler?
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The Big Red Canoe, affectionately named “Clifford” by my wife, made his first splash in the San Marcos River. It. Was. A. Blast. I threw my little brother into the water. I got wet. I got cold. It was all worth it. The good people over at Tentsile were kind enough to send over their … Continue reading My FIRST River Diary + Tentsile Una Review
I contacted every company that makes camp food, freeze-dried or not. These are the kickass companies who supported our community by getting back in touch with me AND sent a ton of samples for us to test on this episode and upcoming episodes: OvaEasy (fear not the egg crystal, boys and girls) Omeals (free samples available … Continue reading The ULTIMATE Camp Food Taste Test
Kenny Flannery has been hitch-hiking, couch-surfing, and (stealthily) camping for the last 10 years. He doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. How to Travel the World on a Shoestring Kenny just started. He caught a ride from New York City to Wyoming on a family trip, then a friend bought him a train ticket and … Continue reading 10-Year Globetrotting Couch-Surfer invents BivyPack
Tested out a new backpacking tent from SlingFin on this episode. David and I give a thorough, whiskey-fueled review of SlingFin’s 2Lite Trek. Guys, seriously, SlingFin is making cool stuff and they have been awesome to the podcast. They lent me the 2Lite Trek I used in this episode. David and I loved this tent. … Continue reading Caprock and Palo Duro with SlingFin
You’ve finally been bitten by the bug. Maybe you were listening to Nature’s Call or watching a slick documentary like Valley Uprising and now you’re ready to hit the trail. Before you get out to some bag some peaks, you need to make sure you’ve got “The Ten Essentials.” These are the pieces of gear, … Continue reading A Backpacking Beginners’ Guide to the 10 Essentials
I get it. You’re used to sleeping on the ground. It’s nice down here in your tent. But there are better options. Loftier goals, if you will. I’ve compiled a list of backpacking hammocks that come highly recommended (either from my direct use or my scouring of Reddit and Amazon reviews). The Best Hammocks for … Continue reading The Best Hammocks for Your Next Backpacking Trip