Summer is here and so is the heat. It brings its own share of risks, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy summer adventures. You’ve just got to be smart about it. Here’s what you need to know to safely have fun in the heat.
Since it was first published, Into the Wild has drawn people to the abandoned bus where Christopher McCandless died. Many of these kindred spirits required rescue themselves — so many so that the bus has finally been removed from the Stampede Trail. Why were so many people drawn to this artifact of one young man’s demise, and what can we learn from it?
Feeling a little blue? Don’t have the normal spring in your step? Just not feeling super excited right now? Of course not, we’re in the middle of a pandemic. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing that you can do about it. In fact, feeling happier might be as easy as enjoying the small stuff.
Nothing is worse than working in camp at night, or making your way down a trail after dark, only to have your light fail on you. The solution? Invest in a headlamp you can rely on. Luckily, the Black Diamond Astro provides great illumination, long battery life, and some awesome extra features, all at an affordable price.
If you’re wondering if it’s safe to go outside and play during the current COVID-19 situation, you’re not alone — lots of us don’t want to spend weeks on the couch. If you’re ready to head outside, here’s some info that can help you recreate more safely.
F3 Gold LLC has proposed the Jenny Gulch Exploration Drilling Project, which aims to locate gold in the Jenny Gulch area of the Black Hills National Forest. Here’s what that entails, what that means, and what you can do about it.
Tesla unveiled a technological marvel coined the Cybertruck. It was met with mixed feelings from the minute everyone saw it. And yeah, it seems like a pretty capable electric vehicle. There’s just one problem. It’s not a truck.