Accidents happen. We can plan and prepare as much as possible — which we should — but we can’t stop every potential mishap. That’s where a different kind of preparation comes in handy. If you’re going to be ready in case of an emergency, you’ve got to have the right first aid training.
Are there more environmentally friendly vehicles than the truck I drive? Yes — and no. Like most things, that question doesn’t have a simple, black and white answer. Instead, it has a complicated one, which I try to dive into here. So buckle up, we’re going on a truck ride.
Money isn’t everything… But it sure isn’t nothing either! Whether we live in a van or we’re weekend warriors, we’ve all got bills to pay, and this guest post from Mr. SR will help make sense of financial planning for adventurers.
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.
Lots of people think that they can’t have an adventure right now, because they don’t have time, they don’t have much money, and they think they don’t have the opportunity. If you feel that way too, don’t worry — I’m going to tell you how you can have an adventure right now. Seriously, right now.
Yesterday, March 12, 2019, President Donald Trump signed the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act, or the Dingell Act for short. The Dingell Act has received widespread bipartisan support and will have varied and far-reaching effects on our public lands. With all of these positive changes, what can we expect for our public lands?