Biscuits and Gravy Tweaks

It’s the little details that change “good” to “great”, especially in preparing and servingĀ  food. I have some Biscuit and Gravy tips for you to try on the trail or in the kitchen. I am off work today so I thought I would recreate a great BWCA camp breakfast in the comfort of our ownContinue reading “Biscuits and Gravy Tweaks”

Wilderness Food Planning for the unorganized (like I should talk)

I was in the grocery store for a couple hours (seemed like) with a cart load of camping food and my cart disappeared. It was just gone. I found it two isles over being pushed by a very small elderly women with a friend pushing a similar cart. They were shopping together. When I askedContinue reading “Wilderness Food Planning for the unorganized (like I should talk)”

2011 in review

Thanks to all who read and enjoyed my 2011 blogs. 2010 was one of the worst years of my life physically and emotionally. My wife has been the stable one with much support from family friends and church community. 2011 was a good recovery year trying some new wings in jobs, music recording, speaking, writing,Continue reading “2011 in review”

The Dark Side of Light

I often contemplate concepts too big to fully grasp. Sitting in the dark while waiting for the light is a part of hunting, camping, fishing, hiking, and much of the outdoor world that IĀ love. I memorized a verse (John 1:5 in the Bible) and have thought about the multiple meanings of darkness not being ableContinue reading “The Dark Side of Light”

>Best fishing tackle for Ice Pike By Gary Fultz

> Brass flutter spoon     It cannot get any less complicated than a stick with some fishing line, leader, and a spoon hook. It’s all you need to catch northern pike through the ice. My brother and I have pulled out over 200 fish through the ice this winter alone, fishing mostly weekends.     IsContinue reading “>Best fishing tackle for Ice Pike By Gary Fultz”