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Thursday, 27 October 2016 13:18

New Tools from SOG

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SOG logo 6 7 06With all of the excitement currently centering (no pun intended) around the Gerber Center-Drive you may have missed that SOG has begun hinting about some new cool stuff they will be releasing soon.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 15:55

Def's Birthday Extravaganza!

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Ok, the title may make it sound a bit more exciting than it really is, since you know, it's just me, and I'm the same lazy middle aged bag of hot air that you all talk to every other day, but I'm determined to make myself feel special if it kills me!

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 14:36

Last Trip of the Year

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As those of us in the Northern Hemisphere get read for Winter's onslaught once again, there was still time for one last camping weekend, and, being the outdoorsy types we are, we had to take it.

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 11:10

Kayaking in Meech Lake

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Some of you may recall some of our previous adventures in Gatineau Park:

Breakfast in Gatineau

Summit Hike

This time I was finally able to bring our kayaks, and so we headed for one of the three lakes in the park- Meech. We'd driven by Meech Lake in the past but until now we'd never seen the boat launch. Plus, this being a less popular season (technically it's fall here now) there was no charge for parking, which we also appreciated. Still, we wasted absolutely no time getting the boats in the water and got on with our adventure.

Tuesday, 30 August 2016 17:10

The Right Tool For The Job

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20160829 132122 resized by AVG Image ShrinkerMultitool users are always being told to use the right tool for the right job, and I agree for the most part. Whenever possible the right tool (usually a dedicated tool) is preferable to using a multitool, but what about the type of situation where a multitool is the right tool?

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