Monthly Archives: June 2016

Crotch Guard by Derma-Tect – Review — The Ultimate Hang

Crotch Guard Chaffing isn’t something I like to talk about, but it is a reality for me and many people who hike, backpack, or even bicycle long distances. I was given an opportunity to test Derma-Tect’s Crotch Guard this summer … Continue reading

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Words and Phrases

Time for a little detour from my regular topics. I need to vent a little. Let me say that this entry is not directed at any particular person or persons.  There’s a pretty fair chance this is going to aggravate … Continue reading

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A Night of Fresh Air

Ready to read about something other than geocaching? I usually spend at least one night most weekends sleeping outside in my hammock out back behind our house. More often than not Jenna will hang up her hammock and tarp and … Continue reading

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Blades

Its been years since I bought a new pocket knife. Yesterday I bought three. Its not like a pocket knife is a disposable item that is intended to be replaced often. In fact, a good quality pocket knife is just … Continue reading

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On the Grid – May 2016 – The Best of Both Worlds

To keep boredom from setting in, I’m taking this On the Grid entry in a slightly different direction than past entries. Jenna wanted to go hiking. I wanted to go caching. OK, so I wanted to go hiking too. I … Continue reading

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