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This Amphibious Bike Camper Is Kind Of Amazing

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I’ve always been fascinated by amphibious vehicles. When I was 12 years old, I saw one of those amphibious cars pull up to the boat launch and zoom away on the lake. #Mindblown. Then a few years back, we had ...

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10 Tips For An Incredible Bike Picnic

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If there has ever been a summer for bike picnics, it’s this one. Many of the ways we usually recreate haven’t been available, but we still want to get outside to relax with friends. Bike picnics are the answer! Bikes ...

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ZOLEO Satellite Communicator: Review

ZOLEO Satellite Communicator

Perhaps one of the most common things said in the outdoor community is, “tell someone where you’re going, and when you’ll be back.” While this is excellent advice, it falls short for many. Accidents happen, and if you’re in an ...

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What Makes The GCI Outdoor Freeform Zero Gravity Lounger So Great?

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Our friend Jeff Siegel from Avid Outdoorsman Media Group sits down to chat with Jeff Polke, Co-President of GCI Outdoor. They discuss the Freeform Zero Gravity Lounger and what’s new at GCI. The first of its kind, the Freeform Zero ...

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Interview With Griff Jaggard From The FireDisc Cooker

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Our friend Jeff Siegel, Avid Outdoorsman CEO and founder, sits down to chat with Griff Jaggard, FireDisc President & Co-Founder. We get an inside look at how the company started, how they are handling the current pandemic & its affect ...

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Stop Animation Skiing Adventure At Home

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What’s a skier to do when he’s forced to cancel his trip because he’s stuck at home? If you’re Philipp Klein, you put your creative cap on and make a skiing video without leaving your bedroom. After many hours of ...

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Dick Proenneke Lived Alone In The Alaska Wilderness For 31 Years

Few off-the-grid naturalists have inspired us more than Dick Proenneke. He was an American naturalist that lived alone in the Alaska wilderness for 31 years, from 1968 to 1999. In his previous life, he was sought after diesel mechanic, which ...

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The Reason Campers Are Better Off During The Coronavirus Outbreak

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Let me start by saying that this whole situation is bad, and it’s going to get worse. In no way am I downplaying the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic. Every day we see more confirmed cases (and deaths) and are ...

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National Park Posters Based On Their Worst Review

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We’ve all had a bad experience in the outdoors, right? Maybe it rained or maybe the mosquitos were the size of chicken hawks. It happens. For some people, it doesn’t stop there. They have to get online and let everyone ...

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No One Asked For A Tick Cake

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Tick Cake? Thanks. We hate it. If you spend a lot of time outdoors as we do, you’re familiar with the disgusting transformation that wood ticks undergo. They start out as a little brown fleck, and they don’t bother us ...

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