Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Camping Cookwear From MooseJaw

Great idea to be prepared when you go camping. No need to make more problems for yourself than need be. Take a look at these special offers from Moosejaw. As a camper you'll want to be sure that you not only have what you need, but it is a good idea to be prepared for the unexpected. Shop for the latest camping accessories at Moosejaw. Here you'll find the best in great camping accessories from cookware to drink ware. Camelbak, Hydro Flask, MSR, Jetboil and more.

Columbia Favorites

As winter is winding down and spring is in the air, everyone is getting their outdoor spring equipment ready and planning their next camping trip.

Consider these great buys at Columbia for either as a great gift or for yourself for next season. Columbia offers exceptional value this time of year on select merchandise. Such as the Thermerator Gloves and all other accessories by Columbia.

Here are a few of my favorite deals that I have put together for your selection.

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Introducing the Columbia Montrail collection! Columbia's relentless pioneering spirit merges with Mo

Check Out This Fluid 18 Backpack From Mountain Hardwear

The Fluid 18 Backpack is great for camping and hiking. If you move quick and have a lot of endurance this is the backpack you've been looking for.

    Details

  • Stash pocket on front of pack keeps jacket or other items close at hand
  • Soft, ventilated shoulder straps with integrated pockets for easy-access storage
  • Close fitting suspension with on-the-fly compression and venting channels to prevent overheating
  • Easy access hydration sleeve offers choice of routing tube over the shoulder or from lower pack, left or right
  • Zippered security pocket and key clip in protected area above shoulder straps
  • Top fleece-lined zippered pocket for safe storage of sunglasses, smart phone or other valuables
  • Stowable webbing belt adds stability when needed
  • Two deep side pockets for water bottles or other gear
  • Stowable carry loops for ice axes or trekking poles
  • High visibility, safety reflective hits
  • Imported

New Best Sellers From Mountain Hardwear



The Optic 6 is totally awesome! It is easily a 6 person basecamp shelter. With its open and flow through architecture and wide doors it do a great job. You can stand up with no problem with many gear storage options.

The doors zip away for larger groups and creates a nice open expansive area.
Six adults can sleep or stand in the Optic 6 with enough storage to boot. It is equipped with expansive pockets to keep gear organized and out of the way.






    Details
    • Spacious layout easily accommodate 6 people and gear
    • Doors on adjoining sides roll back to offer huge view and easy access
    • 2 large canopy doors with dual slider zippers for easy entry
    • Dual vestibule design creates a dry entry into tent and room for gear storage
    • Double-zip end vestibule converts into awning
    • Gear can be stored off the floor using canopy pockets or an accessory divider wall or gear lofts (sold separately)
    • Optional oversized footprint extends living space to include side vestibule
    • DAC DA-17™ Poles provide strength and durability
    • Reflective color coded starter tab on the rainfly and canopy make pitching easy
    • Guy out line and line tensioners included


    • Pole Type: DA


    • C Pressfit™
    • Fabric Fly: 70D 190T Nylon Taffeta 3000mm Ester Type PU WR
    • Fabric Canopy: 75D Polyester Taffeta 1500mm PU
    • Fabric Tent Floor: 70D 190T Nylon Taffeta 3000mm Ester Type PU WR
    • Apparel Fit: Equipment
    • Weight Packed: 15 lb 15 oz / 7.20 kg
    • Weight Minimum: 15 lb 2 oz / 6.85 kg
    • Tent Capacity: 6
    • Number of Poles: 3
    • Number of Doors: 2
    • Number of Vestibules: 2
    • Height Interior: 77 in / 196 cm
    • Length Packed: 31 in / 79 cm
    • Diameter Packed: 11 in / 28 cm
    • Tent Floor Area: 86 sq ft / 8.0 sq m
    • Tent Vestibule Area: 17 sq ft / 1.6 sq m

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Patagonia Winter Jackets

Moosejaw has quite a selection on the most popular winter jackets- The Patagonia. It is their most Pinned jacket on Pinterest.

They have all the sizes for both women and men. The Patagonia jackets are made in all different styles- either the lightweight for those not so cold days, or the more heavyweight Patagonia for the extreme temperatures.

Check out Moosejaw for the latest and see what they have to offer.


Most Pinned Moosejaw Product: Patagonia Women's Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover
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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Camping In Florida












In Florida there are so many campsite. The State of Florida has numerous designated regions. Within each region there are multiple great camping locations. Please check them out with the provided links below. I particularly love camping in the parks around the Central Florida area. Its simply not too far, but you feel as though you are far from home.

Just while camping at Moss Park, which is a county park in east Central Florida, we had deer and turkey walking right through our camp site. It was great and the children were so excited that we didn't see them for hours.

Camping is one of those activities that you never really know what you will expect. When I was a very young boy, we had stayed by the fire and let the embers burning for us to have something to start the campfire with in the morning. But i was so excited to get up while everyone else was still sleeping because I wanted to see if there were any deer. When I stepped out I walked right over all the hot embers and burned my feet and got dozens of blisters. It was painful but it was something that we all talked about for years.

In planning your next camping trip, make sure to plan way ahead. By ahead I mean several months in advance. Most parks fill up quickly due to the popularity of camping these days.

Check out the links below and get started with planning your next camping trip.

Florida Northwest Region

Florida North Central Region

Florida Northeast Region

Florida Central West Region

Florida Central Region

Florida Central East Region

Florida Southwest Region

Florida Southeast Region (which includes Miami and downward through the Florida Keys. If you are a scuba diver you should take advantage of the opportunity to dive with the dolphins. We also enjoyed an airboat ride through the Florida Everglades at night time. (Not for those who are afraid of spiders.)

-The Happy Camper