• The Military Tough MacBook!
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    The Military Tough MacBook!

    So as you guys know i’m always looking for the next cool thing on Amazon Something that I find interesting, and this is the one of those things: It’s from a company called Urban Armor Gear It’s a case for your MacBook, they make it for a few different models, that gives it some extra shock protection and this particular case: Drop tested It passes some sort of military standard too The reason this stood out to me is ‘cuz as a kid I can remember looking at those like police laptops -those Panasonic toughbooks [to Jack] Why was I..- When was I..- Was I in the cruiser? Like how…

  • Mountain Wilderness Adventure in Alaska
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    Mountain Wilderness Adventure in Alaska

    Often the weather on Baranof Island is cool and rainy in September but not on this day I made this poncho from of a large piece of deer hide and this Indian hemp belt to secure it around my waist I borrowed this knife and sheath from a friend “The mountains are calling and I must go…” – John Muir I am somewhere on the right side of this mountain One of many edible berry species Over half way up the mountain and above the tree line Spectacular views in the silence of the mountains Near the top of the mountain is this alpine lake The broken rock is evidence…

  • Why I Love Camping
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    Why I Love Camping

    (guitar music) – Alright. So you don’t like camping. Fine. But I find that offensive. (lively mandolin music) Saying you don’t like camping is like saying you don’t like food or music or stories. It’s just way too broad and frankly, it makes you sound kinda stupid There’s a 1,000 ways to sleep under the stars and yes, that’s reason number one that camping rules. (whip cracking) Okay. Obviously the proximity to nature thing is great. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. And yeah, you can camp next to a fucking iceberg. This guy did it in Iceland. You ever cook dinner in the woods? It’s great! Look…

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    Mountain Wilderness Survival in Alaska

    Often the weather on Baranof Island is cool and rainy in September but not on this day I made this poncho from of a large piece of deer hide and this Indian hemp belt to secure it around my waist I borrowed this knife and sheath from a friend “The mountains are calling and I must go…” – John Muir I am somewhere on the right side of this mountain One of many edible berry species Over half way up the mountain and above the tree line Spectacular views in the silence of the mountains Near the top of the mountain is this alpine lake The broken rock is evidence…