Select Page

Tent

The wall tent camp

Due to knee, back and hip problems, I haven’t slept in a tent for four to five years. It was always a great experience, sleeping on the ground on ensolite pads in small tents in remote locations.Having good equipment and being...

Read More

Ice Fishing, Part 1 of 2

In southern Canada’s ice-fishing season, lakes have been traditionally dotted with wooden ice huts or shanties. These are frozen in places with propane or home-built oil drip stoves to keep the anglers warm. Rarely in the Yukon...

Read More

More Tips About Tents

Now that you’ve selected a tent and figured out how to set it up, let’s consider some more tips to get the best use out of it and to make it last for many years.The fly that came with the tent is essential. No matter...

Read More

The Tent: A True Survival Item

If you are interested in sheep-hunting or high country backpacking, then your tent may be the most important item you will ever own. Suffer through bad weather and your attention will quickly be drawn to the difference between...

Read More

Can, Is Where Your Heart Is

The camping season here in the Yukon is well underway and, so far, under lots of warm weather and blue sky.When we head out to the campgrounds, one of our favourite activities is to check out the various ways people choose to...

Read More

Remembering Tent City

As we get closer to the time when Dawson sees an influx of summer workers, I thought I would take this week to reflect on the glory that was Tent City.To begin with, there has been a summer housing crunch in Dawson from at least...

Read More
Loading
Loading...