Here is a collection of all the video content in various categories I’ve released for your browsing enjoyment.
2 Night Solo with my Dog – Mora Knife, Sawyer Mini Filter, Warbonnet Hammock & Fishing on Crown Land
Join me on a two night solo canoe trip, instead of a park we’re heading out on public crown land in Quebec. I venture out with my trusty dog Toby and my Warbonnet Blackbird hammock for a great weekend. In the video I cover such topics as my new Sawyer Mini water filtration system, new Mora Companion knife, fishing and lets not forget about the crazy, nasty bugs among other things. I hope you’ll join me on this one…
As promised, here’s a link to my custom ferro rod holder 3D print for the Mora Companion sheath: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2589011
You can see my complete gear list for this trip on TheGearLoft here: https://goo.gl/7odpDM
This is a chilly April trip I did with my dog, a lively 9 month old Jack Russell Terrier. This little guy is built for this stuff and did great in my new Hammock.
Join Toby and I on this adventure as I talk about the trip, new gear, camp tips and head home in the hail.
You can see my complete gear list for this trip here https://goo.gl/Gh7PeQ.
Come along on this extended cut video log of my solo canoe trip. Well almost solo, I did it with my my dog Maddy. We made our way through Algonquin Park traveling 150km in all with 46 portages totalling 26km. We got a whole lot of rain, made some great meals, and spotted some awesome wildlife. Come join Maddy and I on this beautiful solo canoe trip.
Come join Lucy and I in this 10 part series of this 5 day solo canoe trip in Algonquin Provincial Park that takes us on tour around Cedar and Catfish lake as well as a part of one of my favourite river, the beautiful Nipissing.
With some good thunder storms and high winds, it was challenging at times but we managed to get some good tips and tricks in along with our regularly scheduled portage show! Thanks for watching…
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This is one of those tips that can change the way you do something everyday for the rest of your life! It’s a little thing, but it’s pretty cool.
Here I show you how to do what you’ve been doing all your life, tying your shoes but with a spin on it that makes it super fast and looks like a magic trick!
Here I show you have I dehydrate my hamburger and beans at home for a one of my favorite camp meals of meat, beans and potatoes. Later in the video I pull the meal together and rehydrate on a canoe trip I did in Algonquin Park.
Here I demonstrate how to make a spoon by carving and using a coal burning technique to make the bowl.
It’s shot during an evening on location in Algonquin Provincial Park during an eight day solo trip on an island in Lac Lavielle with my dog Maddy.
This is a nice little snack or dessert that will warm you up on a chilly night.
This is a new favourite camp meal for me. It’s a rehydrated meal that’s very light to carry in, rehydrates quite nicely and tastes great!