Cool Stuff – G’s Favorite Things
“Friday Lust List: Small Space Gardening”

It’s finally Friday! In the spirit of modern pioneering, I only thought it would be fit to share some of the small-space gardening tools that we’ve have found on the interwebs. Can you tell that I am getting excited for the weather to warm up? I can’t wait to go get my hands dirty and get my garden going. Even if you don’t have a lot of space to play […]

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“Exclusive Pre-Order of My New Book: MODERN PIONEERING”

I read a quote somewhere recently that said: “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world.” That’s how I have always tried to live my life and somehow I’ve been blessed enough to make it my vocation. It has been my distinct goal to be more fearless, do things that scare me, and […]

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“Friday Lust List”

It’s Friday! Are you screaming it from the rooftops? Here are some fancy things that have caught our eye in Georgia Land all across the Interwebs this week… a little Friday inspiration as we start to make our holiday lists: After spending a long day outdoors, I want nothing more than a seriously heavy-duty shower session to wash all the adventure away. The Healing Garden’s Bamboo Charcoal Soap really gets […]

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“My Favorite Holiday Recipes”

I am just now starting to think about holiday food. Perhaps because this is the first day that is has felt truly cold in Austin. My favorites are always the ones that I have made memories around, those nostalgic moments, aromas and people that the dishes will always and forever be associated with. We all have those dishes, don’t we? These are some of my favorites that I’ve created in […]

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“10 Things for Women to Wear in the Outdoors”

Ladies, I’m sure we can all agree that the quality of clothing available for women to wear in the outdoors is seriously lame. At least the stuff they call “hunting” clothing. It is usually men’s clothing scaled down in size. I pretty much never wear it. It steals my joy. So what I’ve learned to do is mix it up and find things from mostly non-hunting retailers. As long as […]

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“Friday Lust List”

TGIF. Here are the amazing things that caught my eye this week on the interwebs, there are so many talented people in this world. Also, I like saying interwebs. I also like saying, “let’s look it up on The Google.” It makes me feel like a granny. My girlfriend and I have started using #hashtags in our texts to each other because it seems like a real geaser thing to […]

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“Friday Lust List”

It’s Friday! And it’s time for us to show you all of the dreamy things that have caught our eye this week over in Georgia-Land. Come visit, we’re having fun over here. Time for a little Friday Fun… I don’t know what you’ll be doing this weekend but I’ll be wearing a velour track suit.   Foxy Shoes for the foxy lady hunter. Get your alcohol organized with this Reclaimed […]

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“Exotic Bacon (A Giveaway)”

Because it’s Friday, and because I love ya, I’m giving away this exotic bacon sampler today from Pig of the Month. To enter, join me on Open Sky and leave a comment on the Bacon Lovers Feast page telling us how you’ll enjoy your bacon. Winner will be announced next Friday, when I’ll post another juicy treat for ya. Eat bacon, save the world! XO

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“The Foodsaver Gamesaver”

You guys, I have a new toy. For all of my meaty needs, which is exciting particularly because fall is fast approaching, and I will be hunting a lot of meat. Since so many of you ask me the best way to store meat and fish after a successful outdoor adventure, I thought I’d share my experience with it and show you how it works. Any hunter who packages and […]

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“EcoZoom Stove”

You Guys! I have been cooking on a really wonderful stove this summer and I wanted to tell you about it because not only is it perfect for your summer camping, picnics, or small patio, but it also supports a cause that is near and dear to my heart. Here is why: Three billion people – half the world’s population – need a safer way to cook. This population is […]

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