5 Things you Didn’t Know you Could Cook on a Campfire for Cinco de Mayo

If you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo in the great outdoors, you’ll need to fuel your fun. But campfire dinners don’t need to be an impossibly orange blob of dehydrated mac and cheese or a gloopy ‘just add water’ mystery dinner. You should be eating like king and enjoying delicious Mexican campfire meals that make memories and taste so much better when enjoyed with friends. Camping Breakfast Burrito 4 Eggs 4 Tbsp. oil 1 Avocado (sliced) 1 Onion sliced 1 Chorizo sausage (thinly

The Quintessential Bug Out Bag List for Any Emergency

Fires, hurricanes, floods, zombie apocalypse or a visit from the in-laws are all reasons you may need to head for the hills in a hurry. When you do need to evacuate your home, having a ready-packed ‘bug-out bag’ that you can grab on the run will make your life so much easier and can even mean the difference between life and death. Each

How to Forage for Fiddlehead Ferns

Fiddleheads are the unopened leaves of the ostrich fern. Young fiddlehead fronds are a favorite among foragers. They appear in late spring when the new, emerald green leaves push their tightly furled heads from the papery brown scales of the root stock. The season for fiddleheads is a brief one in late April or early May as the leaves push up through the soil. Once the leaves open, the chance has passed. Identifying Fiddlehead Ferns It’s best to identify Ostrich ferns in the summer. Some ferns look similar to the ostrich fern, but can be toxic. Mark