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Cooky Jason’s World Famous Apple Pork Stew

Cooky Jason’s World Famous Apple Pork Stew Got 3 hours to kill? Find ‘em. This is worth it. At home or at the campsite, you’ll be a hero. Stews come in all shapes and sizes. But pork loves apples and … Continue reading

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The Gear Doctor – May 2015

The Gear Doctor Fabulous First Aid Kit The most important piece of equipment for a camping trip is your First Aid Kit.  I’ve made some suggestions below for a “Fabulous First Aid Kit” that will help make your trip more … Continue reading

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Celestial Navigator – March 2015

Sky Maps and Smartphone Apps Stargazing for Dummies How many among us can look up at the night sky and point out prominent stars, planets, and other heavenly wonders, purely from memory?  Certainly there are some of us who are … Continue reading

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Cooky Jason’s December Recipe – Sausage Hodepodge

This is a simple recipe that can be a main course OR a side dish. It’s perfect for chilly nights around the campfire and, you can do most – if not all, of the prep at home ahead of time. … Continue reading

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WHAT’S IN A NAME?

PahaQue is not just a name, and although rooted in lore, it is something even more than just the meaning of the words.  It is a way of life, or at the very least, a way of looking at life. … Continue reading

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Celestial Navigator – August 2014

There are few things more enjoyable during a night in camp than staring at the night sky.  Now you can be a celestial expert and dazzle your camp mates with your night sky knowledge.  There’s lots going in the July night sky, so … Continue reading

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The Art of Getting Kids Outdoors

My generation had an extensive range from home base.  We’d disappear for a day.  No helicopter parents, no cell phones.  If we crashed our bikes, we fixed them as best we could and limped home.  I took a nice header … Continue reading

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