We Who Wander  -Wabakimi 2018 Part 2

We Who Wander -Wabakimi 2018 Part 2

We Who Wander -Wabakimi 2018 Part 2 As promised a daily telling of our Wabakimi trip. Here we are at the launch site. The lads are sorting out the heavy gear to work as ballast for the bottom of the canoes.  Proper loading and balance of the load is a…

Canoe Trip-Armstrong Ontario-Round Trip

On August 20 I left New Brunswick for Armstrong Station Ontario, to meet up with 3 other fellows for a canoe trip. The four of us are part of the We Who Wander Adventure Group . All of us are adventure minded, with different levels of experience, not one of…

Geo-dome: Making the cover Part 1

In this part we show the pentagon shape and the vinyl we acquired for the covering. The cover will be made from a PVC vinyl that is UV formulated, with anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, is fire retardant and has a resistance to cold weather up to -40° C. The dome…

New Stinson Adventure Apparel

They arrived today! New Stinson Adventure tshirts! It feels soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch. It’s comfortable! And the graphics turned out AWESOME. Help support our adventures and kids education in adventuring by getting some SA apparel!. CHECK THEM OUT HERE  

Making Fire Starters | Fire Hacks

Fire hacks Campfires are a big part of the camping experience. Here are a couple fire starting hacks you have to know for your next camping trip, plus are fun for the kids to make. Make Your Own Water Resistant Fire Pack Start with a drinking straw, and add a…

Hammock camping

Hammock Camping Tips The simplistic hammock has been around for thousands of years, and it is still used today in parts of the world for sleeping. Most camping hammocks are derived from the authentic Brazilian or Mayan styles of South America with their deep sag, tight weave, and gathered ends….

popcan stove

DIY camp gear

DIY Camping Gear Replace Your Tarp with Tyvek Tyvek—the stuff contractors use in walls to make houses waterproof. It will also protect you from the elements when you’re camping. This material is: light durable inexpensive Find a hardware store sell it by the yard.  An 8 x 10 foot piece…

Winter Camping Tips

Winter camping, has various meanings for folks, some may want the cabin with a big fireplace, others means a toboggan loaded with gear and off to the remotes of the wilderness. No matter what your style of winter camping, here are some tips and tricks you may find useful. PACK A…

Camp cooking gear

What to bring

Things to Bring Camping We all want to get out doors and enjoy nature….just remember this.. “IF YOU PACK IT IN…..YOU PACK IT OUT!” Below is a very general list of items you may require….remember there is no one list that will be the end all of lists. Everyone has…

Our Explorer Build

Explorer build We decided to look for a SUV type vehicle and  do some Overlanding. On a low budget we picked up this 2000 Ford Explorer that was in decent condition. Picked up for $600 and in no major repairs required. With it’s 4.0L and select-able Auto-4H-4L we figured it…