Poison ivy is a three-leaved bush or vine. The plant’s urushiol oil sticks to skin causing an itchy rash. There are several treatment options for relief.
Poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac are all caused by a single factor: urushiol oil. It’s actually the oil from the hands that spreads the rash, not the blisters. Identifying Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac is important in avoiding these pesky plants. The rash can be treated and the plants exterminated in time.
What is a hydration pack? If you are an outdoor person, it is highly likely you have heard about hydration packs. They are super popular… Read More »What You Need to Know About Hydration Pack
Maintaining your hydration pack well should always be a top priority if you want it to be useful and efficient for long. Today, we tell… Read More »How To Properly Clean Your High Sierra Hydration Packs
Planning your first backpacking trip is exciting, but it can be difficult too. This guide will help you prepare with confidence and avoid common mistakes.
Take time to consider your effect on the environment while kayaking and develop your own personal code of paddling ethics.
Buying an Internal Frame Pack for Hiking and Backpacking Backpacking is more enjoyable with an internal frame pack that comfortably carries the load while hiking.… Read More »How to Choose a Backpacking or Hiking Backpack
A Guide To RVing Across America. America is the most diverse country in the world. If you’re feeling for a road trip, you’ll love our guide to RVing across America! There is quite a difference between a casual weekend getaway and driving across the U.S.