Being an outdoorsman you have to pretty handy in order to survive in worst case scenarios. It’s always better to be over prepared than underprepared when venturing out on trips in the wilderness. Here are 4 tips to keep in mind.
- Re-waterproof your coat.
- Wash your sleeping bag properly.
- Make sure your tent is in perfect condition and repair any rips.
- Know how to build a snow shelter.
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As fall comes to an end and winter rolls in – it doesn’t mean it’s time to pack up the BBQ. If you’re like me you like to use it all year round. To make sure it’s tip-top shape after a full season of summer barbecues, here are some things you can do.
Summer is definitely prime barbecue season and it often gets used the most during the hotter months so once things start to wind down, it’s the perfect time for a deep clean.
With the change in season comes a change in recipes and fall is the perfect time to spice up your recipes with some new creative ways to do your favourite meats. Ribs and Pork are great for fall and with a quick search on the web, you’ll have a number of fall recipes at your fingertips.
- OUT WITH THE OLD
It’s a great time to freshen up on your barbecuing tools, from flippers to tongs, it’s nice to switch it up at the end of the season.
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