Hiking Tips from The Trailmaster

October 3, 2011 Robert Richardson 9

It seems each year more hikers are either finding themselves unprepared in the wild or taking unnecessary risks for which they pay the ultimate price…. This week we are bringing you some hiking & trail safety tips from The Trailmaster, John McKinney […]

Henry Biernacki, a world traveler and postmodern Bohemian

Henry Biernacki – A Postmodern Bohemian

September 28, 2011 Robert Richardson 4

To kick off our interview series we are talking to Henry Biernacki, a world traveler and postmodern Bohemian. Henry has traveled traveled to over 120 countries, slept in the streets and has even went around the world on only $3700 and a rucksack. […]

Hiking & Backpacking

The Boy Scout Oath

June 24, 2011 Robert Richardson 22

Sadly, we live in a time where the biggest adventure most kids will experience is sitting in front of a T.V. watching someone else experience the outdoors. Check out these images and Boy Scouting techniques from the early 20’s when boys were actually allowed to be boys…. […]


Heat exhaustion hiking incident

February 7, 2011 Robert Richardson 3

Recently a reader was kind enough to share his experience of suffering from heat stroke while hiking. Heat stroke is a very serious condition that can easily kill a hiker who doe snot know what to look out for. […]

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