A continuation on our last post; What have I changed to increase strength and endurance and have I noticed any results. I will begin by saying that we have noticed a change in weather here in Utah and even though my little girl loves to go hiking with us, we want to make sure that … Continue reading Training: increasing strength and endurance for the backcountry; part 2.
Every year you train and train and then finally it's here, Elk hunting season! This year we had a lot of excitement going into this season which lead to the first two days of hunting really hard and getting far back into the backcountry. We saw lots of elk, and even had a couple shots … Continue reading Training: Increasing strength and endurance for the backcountry.
A little update on what we have been up to lately... We had a craw-fish boil that was so fun, it was twice as fun to catch them, then to eat them and Hazel was so intrigued. As far as WW goes I have hit a rough patch, we currently don't have any WiFi at … Continue reading WW update.
This Monday's Conservation is going to be a little different in structure. We have done quite a bit of hiking this Spring and I was astounded by how many campfires we saw that had smoke still coming off of them. Then when we would approach the fire pit to put dirt over it and douse … Continue reading Monday Conservation: Wildfire
What do they mean by Fair Chase?: Where ever you go in the hunting or fishing community you will always run into people who love to tell you about they feel should or shouldn't be done when it comes to catch and release or catch and kill. For example an argument that I often run into … Continue reading Monday Conservation: Fair Chase
Public land gridlocked by Private land owners: 9.52 million acres of public land are inaccessible to the people who own them. Right now there are multiple different organizations that are attempting to get this issue addressed. I know I'm not the only person out there who has found what would be some amazing country to explore … Continue reading Monday Conservation