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How to Make Backpack Zippers Lockable http://bit.ly/1L1E795

A travel tip shows in detail how to make a standard backpack zipper lockable.
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Review on Tortuga Air Carry On Backpack via @vagablogging

The seat belts sign flashed off. Immediately the aisle filled with people, reaching overhead for bags, hauling suitcases from the ceiling.
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That’s the life! RT @ExpertVagabond: Germans get 6 weeks of vacation & citizens of Hamburg can commute to work by kayak! https://instagram.com/p/2GRXz8vOZB

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Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has made an initial commitment of $725,000 toward relief efforts in Nepal and surrounding countries where a powerful earthquake has caused widespread damage.
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Christmas wreaths are a staple around the holidays. In this video I take you on a quick hike and show you how you can gather and make a Christmas wreath for your own home this holiday season. To ke...
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20 Edible Plants and Fungi You’ll Find on the Appalachian Trail http://www.appalachiantrials.com/twenty-edible-plants-fung…/ via @AppTrials #eattheweeds

One of my favorite activities when I worked with the Scouts was to go on nature walks and pick wild berries. Naturally, living in the woods for the...
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I was recently watching a food video by Cesar (from Cesar and the Woods), and one of his meals intrigued me... his version of Pad Thai! Some time back, I posted about Matthew Kirk's fast-pack versi...
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Which is really better for fire starting: a Ferro Rod or the Bic Lighter? This article may surprise you.

The other day I read an article by Alan Halcon from Dirttime titles Ferro Rod vs. BIC Lighter. I thought it made some excellent points, and provided actual data on what many of us have suspected for a while. I encourage you to read the article in full here.
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Good stuff: Free "Medical Concerns for Climbing and Backcountry Travel" @chinookmed http://ow.ly/yYV9C #backpacking #firstaid

Do you know how to handle the myriad of injuries and ailments common in the backcountry?
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4 Steps for Determining Direction With Your Watch

Written by Craig Caudill | 4 Steps For Determining Direction With Your Watch
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Looking for a smartphone that can endure the outdoors? Check this review... Adventure Tested: Samsung Galaxy S5 Active Review

With additional armor and unique, physical buttons, the waterproof Samsung Galaxy S5 Active targets outdoorsy users. Well, I'm outdoorsy, so I took it outside and beat it up. Does it work?
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