Minipresso GR and Minipresso Kit Review
Aug26

Minipresso GR and Minipresso Kit Review

  Bottom Line: A compact unit that makes excellent espresso on the go. Small enough to bring camping or even on hiking day trips. Pulls a shot of espresso that actually tastes like true espresso. The additional “Minipresso Kit” is a must if you plan to use this device for camping and hiking. Observations: I became aware of this unit a few months back when I saw a friend using his on an adventure. I’m always...

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Thule Versant 60L Backpack Review
Jun08

Thule Versant 60L Backpack Review

Bottom Line: The Thule Versant 60L pack is one of the most comfortable multi-day packs that I have worn in a long time. It’s durable, weather-proof and has a tonne of storage. This pack is made for people that want the ability to bring days worth of gear and still have use of your shoulders when the trip is over. Observations: I have had packs in the past, much more expensive packs I might add, that always killed my collarbones and...

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Good To-Go Dehydrated Meals Review
Jun06

Good To-Go Dehydrated Meals Review

Bottom Line: Good To-Go makes healthy, gourmet, back-country, boil-in-a-bag dehydrated meals. That’s right, you read that correctly, healthy and gourmet, restaurant quality food that you can take with you adventuring. Created by a chef who wanted good for you, good tasting food while enjoying the outdoors. There is nothing better than being able to look forward to food after a day out in the mountains and I can truthfully say that...

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Paleo Meals To Go Review
May25

Paleo Meals To Go Review

Bottom Line: Paleo Meals To Go is the solution you’ve been looking for. If you spend anytime in the backcountry camping then you are well acquainted with most dehydrated boil-in-a-bag meals, convenient and lightweight, but often times loaded with more than your daily intake of salt and preservatives. Now, don’t get me wrong these meals do have a place in the backcountry and food always tastes decent when you’re tired and hungry...

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The Wonderland Valley Resort and Campground
Oct15

The Wonderland Valley Resort and Campground

Bottom Line: The Wonderland Valley Resort and Campground is a hidden gem for staying overnight in Squamish. Situated in an amazing location in the trees, with moss covered cliffs beside it, a babbling brook running through it and a secret viewpoint to watch sunsets on the impressive Stawamus Chief and beyond. The amenities are generous with fast Wifi (tested at 50Mb/s download during our stay), laundry facilities onsite for washing...

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