• 3 Fun Activities to Plan for When the Pandemic Passes
    Camping,  Entertainment,  Outdoors

    3 Fun Activities to Plan for When the Pandemic Passes

    We’ve been stuck in the coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic for around a year now. 12 months ago, nobody could have anticipated the huge changes that would occur in our lives as the direct result of a potentially fatal disease spreading rapidly around the world. We’ve had to learn to spend most of our time at home. We haven’t been able to see friends and family as we usually would. Many shops have closed. Many of us haven’t dined out at a restaurant or cafe for months. A lot of us are working remotely. We’re teaching our kids from home. The list goes on and on. The good news is that…

  • 4 Summer Activities to Help Bond with Your Kids
    Family,  Fishing,  Kids,  Outdoors,  Parenting

    4 Summer Activities to Help Bond with Your Kids

    Every kid waits eagerly for summer break. No need to wake up early to go to school, no studying, and all that fun! Summer is a wonderful time to bond with your kids while incorporating some fun summer activities or sports. Use this time to teach your kids a new skill, help them develop a new hobby, and strengthen your relationship with them. Aside from going to beaches or for a vacation, there are many fun activities that you can do in and around your area with your kids. We have curated a list of the ultimate fun summer activities for you and your kids. Paddleboarding Paddleboarding is a relatively…

  • How to Choose the Best UTV for Work this Year
    Outdoors

    How to Choose the Best UTV for Work this Year

    Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) are potent vehicles that found their way in many aspects of our lives. Even if people use them for recreation and sports, side-by-sides have never lost their original purpose: to help us work safer, more comfortably, and more efficiently. At first, their primary use was cargo transportation across challenging terrains. However, as time went by, we now use them for various purposes. Today, let’s see how to choose the best UTV for work on farms, ranches, or other types of work, like fishing or hunting! The Advantage of UTVs over ATVs or Tractors Since their inception, side-by-sides have demonstrated fascinating capabilities. They can carry not only…

  • 7 Ways to Manage Firearms When Hunting With Kids
    Hunting,  Kids,  Outdoors,  Parenting,  Safety

    7 Ways to Manage Firearms When Hunting With Kids

    Firearms are common in households across the U.S. today. Parents who love the outdoors and hunting want their kids to carry the legacy ahead and often take them along on trips to give them a dose of adventure right from an early age. But if you plan outdoor sprees with kids, you need to be extra conscious about safety. Filing to adhere to precautions can lead to serious accidents and fatalities. Statistics indicate that firearm injuries are a leading cause of death among children every year. But it does not mean that owning a gun is always a risk to the life of your kids. While such mishaps are unfortunate,…

  • 17 Tips for Maintaining Your Hunting Gear
    Hunting,  Outdoors

    17 Tips for Maintaining Your Hunting Gear

    It pays to be always ready and this is true even for hunting. Even when you’re not successful in your hunting adventure, adequate preparation is always a confidence booster. One of the things you can do to prepare is to keep your hunting gear in good condition always. Here are some tips to help you clean, dry, and store your hunting gear. Guns and Ammo Hunting guns, like any equipment, needs routine care. Check out the following tips to care for your guns and ammo: Keep riflescopes dust-free and clean to avoid scratching sensitive optical coatings. Take the time to clean your guns as it will only take a little…

  • 5 Ways to Get Your Garden Ready For The Spring
    Gardening,  Outdoors

    5 Ways to Get Your Garden Ready For The Spring

    If you are in the depths of winter, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in a chilly garden when you can be wrapped up warm inside. But a little bit of preparation will make sure you can fully enjoy the garden when spring arrives. Here are some steps every gardener should do in the winter months. Tool Maintenance Cutting implements need to be sharpened, and electrical appliances like lawnmowers can be visually inspected and tested to ensure they are working well. Maintaining and repairing your tools will ensure you get the most out of them when you need them again. Take some time to look through…