Want to see more animals, move quietly through the woods or just feel a stronger connection with the world around you? Here's five traditions passed down to us by our First Nations, all capable of doing just that, occasionally in surprisingly powerful ways. »
The idea that a major car manufacturer has any technical expertise to gain from a handful of chain smoking Italian men working out of a shed has to die. »
Want to start hunting? First, you'll need to buy a quality rifle and learn how to shoot it. Here's how to get the most bang for your buck.
Moab, Utah comes up in every conversation about America's off-road destinations. The region's unique "slickrock" makes for a driving experience unlike anything else, set to breathtaking views and some of the strongest off-road culture anywhere. Here are a few things to think about as you plan your first pilgrimage. »
Driving a truck off-road is the second most fun thing you'll ever do. After riding a motorcycle off-road, of course. Here's how you can start doing it, even if you don't currently drive the world's most capable vehicle.
Out of the blue, a Ventura County Sheriff's deputy approached my dog, drew his gun and threatened to shoot him while we were camping last night. One of the scariest, most upsetting and unnecessary things that's happened to us, here's how it went down. »
I met Lara on OKCupid. We went on our first date to Franklin&Co, she made out with me 20 minutes into it and, 17 months later, the rest is history. »
Great article as always Ty. It seems crazy that I now get the best, most balanced and insightful military coverage on Jalopnik. »
From the Native Americans to Vietnam War soldiers, the venerable Tomahawk is finding new favor in this era of asymmetric warfare and, well, with the guys who prepare for battle when they go camping. This is what they're for and how you can actually find a use for one. »
We like to joke that no one will ever dare break into our house. Wiley, our dog, sits on the front porch and howls about ten times a day, loud enough that you can easily hear it up to six blocks away. But why does he do it? Why do dogs howl? »
Shorter toothbrushes, lighter weights and longer distances. Ultralight backpacking and its subsequent bragging rights are all the rage right now, but are its goals-based proponents missing the entire point? »