Devils Pass trail, Alaska via pointfocus.
July 24th, 2014 at 5pm. Urban Downhill through Butte, America in celebration of Evel Knievel Days.
Photo: Bob Allen
Backcountry Elk Hunt, a short film.
Hunter: Cameron Hanes, DP: Adam Moffat, Editor: Adam Moffat
"The Birth Of A Tool. Part I - Axe Making" by John Neeman Tools
A loggers quiver via outofreception.
Smith River put in, Southwest, MT. Photo by Travis Rydberg (via stickfort.com). Tomorrow a group of us head up to Camp Baker to put-in for three nights on the river. Stoked.
Independence Day Gravelly Range Overland Expedition. Four days, three nights, 100+ miles of off-asphalt bliss.
2000 Landmark Submission: Sam, Project Manager for New Product Development at GORUCK.
When we arrived at 2000 followers, I decided to reach out to some of my favourite bloggers and asked them to submit images of their packs for the blog. This submission comes from Sam (Blog: @samh) who works at GORUCK. Here’s what’s in his pack:
- GORUCK GR1
- ITW Nexus Grimloc
- Omega Pacific carabiner
- Rite-in-the-Rain notepad
- Pen, pencil, Sharpie marker
- Maratac flashlight
- DIY Silnylon pouch
- USB jump drive
- loose change
- Prototype GORUCK wallet
- Samsung Galaxy S3 phone
- Keys on Metolius FS carabiner with Nite Ize S-biner as alternate
- Story Kromer wool hat
- Native Dash XP sunglasses (not pictured)
- Salomon Quest 4D GTX boots (not pictured)
- Baladeo 22g pocket knife
- Gangbusters Pottery coffee mug
I love the mix of elements going on in this configuration. On one side you have some of the staple brands you’d expect to see in a load out: GORUCK (obviously!), ITW, Omega Pacific and Nite Ize attachments, a Rite-in-the-Rain notepad, Sharpies, Salomon’s. On the other side there are some rare or original items like the Silnylon pouch (which looks really nice) and the Prototype GORUCK wallet (don’t get too excited – read Q18 here). There’s also a lovely contrast going on between the virtually bombproof GR1 and the possibly quite breakable ceramic mug! Finally I feel it’s worth drawing your attention to the Baladeo 22g knife which is ridiculously light.
The Bozeman Bike Kitchen representing at Bozeman Bike Week 2014 with our Mobile Bike Kitchen.
Happy birthday, America. By the time you’re reading this we’ll have a hundred miles under the wheels of our FJ and be deep into the mountains. May your 4th of July be full of awesome.