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Survive Outdoors Longer® Emergency Bivvy – Review

(feature photo from Lesley Wimbush) The SOL Emergency Bivvy bag is pretty much a required part of any survival or camping kit. These little things take up such little space in your pack or car that there really is no excuse to not have one with you. I actually carry one with me in my … Continue reading »

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Barnett Vortex Youth Bow

If you’re interested in getting a compound bow for a youth, this may be a good option. It can be tuned for a young archer and can grow with them as they get bigger and stronger. With an adjustable draw weight of 19-45pds and adjustable draw length of 21″-29″, this bow is pretty versatile for … Continue reading »

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Bear Outbreak RTH Compound Bow

This is not only my first compound bow but perhaps also my last. It’s that good. If it should ever break or somehow be damaged, I will likely buy another one if it’s available. The main reason for purchasing this specific bow is because of it’s wide range of adjustment. The draw weight range is … Continue reading »

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Winter Driving and Survival

(feature photo from Lesley Wimbush) Stranded in your car: Winter driving isn’t fun and some drivers have a visceral fear of it. Some people feel safe in their skills as a driver, or in their denial, and think that getting stranded in the snow would never happen to them. It’s a scarey thought so perhaps … Continue reading »

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Dog Sledding in Haliburton Forest

(above photo from Fifi Campbell) Winter isn’t exactly everyone’s favourate time of year. It’s bitterly cold, wet, snowy and a long winter can be absolutely miserable. There is nothing like stepping outside your front door and instantly your nose hairs freeze solid, your face hurts and tears stream from your eyes. It sucks…I know. I … Continue reading »

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