The Wyld Journal

How to make great campfire coffee

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No matter your adventure, a good cup of coffee isn't too much to expect when you out in the wild. Here’s our list of ways to make great traditional campfire coffee, and – for you coffeeologists – a superb modern brew. 

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New products: October 2018

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  Ah, October.  (Ah-ctober?)We here at Wyld Supply Co love us some autumn! And we've got some great new products in the store this month. Here's what we're excited about: REUSABLE STRAWS If you've seen this video of a sea turtle with a plastic straw stuck in its nose, you know why we're excited about these.We've got a few different stainless steel straws in the store now. You can choose from colorful ones, folding ones, bent ones, and they ship in different pack sizes - from a solo straw to 6-packs. You can check out our selection of straws here.   RUNNING...

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The best autumn hikes near Toronto

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From High Park to the Islands, the city of Toronto boasts some great urban hiking within its city limits. However, a short jaunt out of the city this autumn can lead to even more excellent day hikes for those of us who love walking through the leaves. Here are 5 great treks close to Toronto to get out of the city, and into the foliage: Spencer's Gorge Driving distance from the CN Tower: 1hr, 2mins (Courtesy Spencer's Gorge Conservation) Hamilton, located about 50 minutes from downtown Toronto, is the waterfall capital of the world. With the leaves turning, and the...

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Free Solo: Want to know what it feels like to mountain climb without ropes like Alex Honnold?

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Ahead of the new film, FREE SOLO, National Geographic takes you alongside climber Alex Honnold as he climbs up the face of Yosemite's El Capitain without ropes or supports.  Against the sound of the whipping wind, you can navigate and move the angles of the video and follow along from the bottom to the top. Definitely worth a watch – as long as you're ok with getting some sweaty palms on your laptop keyboard.  Watch it here:   The film, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, opens in select cities throughout October.  Check out the trailer here:  

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The best autumn hikes in Ohio

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By Becky from somewhereonahike.comThis blog was originally published in October, 2017 and has been reposted with permission.  There’s something about fall in Ohio. You see, normally, I’m not a big in-state hiker because the mountains call my name, not the Appalachian hills. But…the multi-colored rolling hills of Southeast Ohio, where I spent four glorious years at Ohio University, make my heart leap with excitement. Fall in Ohio, in my humble hiking opinion, is a sight worth seeing. Sure, the hikes aren’t as strenuous as the mountains or cliffs in other states, but the colors…ohh, the colors get me “ooh-ing” and “ahh-ing” every year. Want to “ooh” and...

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