Category Archives: Camping

4 Reasons To Choose a Larger Hammock

Bigger is better. It’s a cliché applies to lots of things in life. And while hammocks come in all shapes and sizes for different purposes, (camping, sleeping, backyard, etc) in most cases it’s pretty simple: A good hammock is a double hammock. Here are 3 reasons you should buy one. 1. Room For Two It’s […]

Triathlon Training In Mexico

Growing-up in Upstate New York and not moving out to Arizona until the age of twenty-seven, I have come to realize just how diverse the Sonoran Desert really is. Living in Nogales, AZ, which borders Nogales, Sonora Mexico, I have come to realize that Mexico and Southern Arizona have both gotten an amazingly bad reputation. […]

Lake Texoma, Texas

Lake Texoma was impounded in 1944 and is located on the Red River in North Texas on the Texas and Oklahoma border just northwest of Denison and Sherman Texas. It has 74,686 acres of water with a maximum depth of 100 ft. and a pool level of 615 ft to 619 ft. msl The lake […]

Camping Tents – Your Home Away From Home

Tents for Camping are a Necessity When the call of the wilderness beckons you to the great outdoors, choosing the right tent can either fill your trip with fond memories or ruin the whole experience. Whether or not you are a first time camper or have years of experience under your belt, finding a tent […]

Sopranos Characters – Furio Giunta

Furio Giunta is a soldier that Tony imports from Italy on the HBO television show The Sopranos. He is played by Federico Castelluccio. The character of Furio is used at first in an interesting way: he provides a strange sort of comic relief. On the one hand, Furio seems a little out of place, with […]