Posts Tagged ‘Coast articles’

Turkey Time: What You Need to Land the Perfect Bird

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Turkey huntingWith Thanksgiving right around the corner, I’m sure many of you hunters have already been thinking about Turkey season. Coast recently published a new article, Seven Turkey Hunting Gear Must-Haves, that details all the essential equipment you’ll need to capture the perfect bird for your holiday meal — that is, if your wife doesn’t beat you to it at the local grocery store.

The article lists the seven items and provides a description explaining why each is important and necessary for a successful hunt. For instance, one of the suggested pieces of equipment is a reliable hunting knife specifically¬†for field dressing (which preserves the meat more effectively) in addition to other various uses — a good knife just plain comes in handy in the outdoors.


What To Do When It Rains

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

With summer coming to a close, here in the Pacific Northwest that means we’re welcoming back the rain. And it can be quite the disheartening time for the outdoor enthusiast. Thankfully, Coast recently published a new article that should help alleviate some of the coming rainy day blues.

The article, Rainy Day Activities for Outdoor Enthusiasts, lists a number of alternative activities that adventurers might enjoy if the weather should deter them from their preferred outdoor activities. Some of the article’s suggestions include:


Tips for “Green” Camping

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

Coast recently published an article called Simple Green Camping Tips in which they offer a number of great ideas to simplify — and “greenify” — your camping experience. Here’s a quick overview of what they recommend:

  • Bring a Tent, Not an RV. Just think of the savings on power, fuel, and water…
  • Pack Biodegradable. Specifically, find soaps and sanitizers that are safe for local wildlife and their habitats.
  • Pack Reusable. Planning on using styrofoam or paper products? Don’t. Pack the real plates, cups, napkins, etc.
  • LED Lights. LEDs are the innovation to beat these days. Brighter beams, longer life, and green, green, green.
  • Leave No Trace. In other words, treat your campsite like you would a neighbor’s home — leave it better than how you found it.


Memorial Day: Camping Tips for Future Trips

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Memorial Day is here! Hopefully, you were able to get away and enjoy the fine Pacific Northwest weather this weekend. In fact, hopefully you’re still enjoying it…

One of my favorite Memorial Day pastimes is camping. I think this is a given when you live in the Northwest. Who doesn’t love everything about summer camping? The tent, the campfire, the food? It’s all good. If you didn’t get a chance to experience the Great Outdoors this weekend, well, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to do so throughout the rest of the summer. And please do take advantage of our beautiful surroundings and three months of warmth and sunshine.