Starting an Outdoor LifeStyle

Starting an Outdoor LifeStyle

Getting started in the outdoor lifestyle is just a matter of having desire to do so. You don’t need a lot of fancy gear you, you just need to take some time to do some research and then take baby steps and gain some experience.

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50 Replies to “Starting an Outdoor LifeStyle”

  1. Just ran across your channel! Im into photography and camping myself! Check out my Instagram if you have it! @Jabphoto_! Looking forward to seeing more of your content!! If I’m ever in organ which is on my bucket list ill hit you up!!

  2. Twice in the last month I’ve attended REI campouts. It’s like Primal Outdoors with training wheels.

  3. Hi Jason great video. Great channel. You friend is right all you need is the desire to make your dreams come true. Everone dies but no all live so get out there and learn it with ya feet on the ground you won’t regret it and you’ll alway have a tail to tell and if it gets it’s hooks in you it’ll change your life. Chears again.

  4. just found your channel. I used to go mountain biking with 4 friends and twice a year weekend trips with camping. Haven’t been in three years and finding this channel has stirred the desire to get out and enjoy life once again. looking forward to viewing more of your videos. Thank you

  5. Those trucks have some sweet setups. How much money you have in the truck setup? Tents and gear etc?

  6. Please what is the little silver table you were cutting the pepper on…ive been looking for a table like that

  7. Thank you for a beautiful and entertaining video. I love camping and you really captured the moment. I live in Southern California, so most of my outdoor experience is desert camping in the spring and fall, but your video makes me want to pack up my Hummer H3 n hit the dirt. The outdoor life style is relaxing and refreshing. I enjoy watching your interaction with your dogs and your friends . Thank you for sharing and "Happy Trails" John

  8. Really liked your video, I identify with your friend, all you need is the Desire to be, outside etc. everything else will fall into place, not perfectly but that’s part of the journey.

  9. Sorry but this is an extremely poor example of getting started as you all have several thousand dollars of gear. Try again with a cheap tent sleeping bag etc…. But do it simply and realistically for someone starting out.

  10. Enjoyed the video very much. Your comments about us coming from different backgrounds, some who camped as a family, and others who didn’t, that shouldn’t matter. If you want to try out this outdoor lifestyle, just do it. Don’t wait until you have all the "right and proper" equipment, or drive a large RV…start simple, see if you like it or not, learn from your mistakes and grow from them, and keep on keeping on. Thank you and your friends for the inspirational talk. I’m definitely one who didn’t grow up camping…can count on one hand the number of outdoor and/or overnight outings. Now I’m a graying senior who wants to enjoy the outdoors. This video has given me new hope to do so! See you outdoors…

  11. Another great video. I’ve watched quite a few now since subscribing a couple of weeks ago.

    I was just wondering if the roof top tent gets as damp as a ground tent. Spent the weekend camping and the tent always felt damp in the evening even if it was nice out.

  12. Easily my favorite channel. I watch this every morning at 5am before work. Definitely gets me through the morning πŸ˜‰

  13. Great video Jason. I didn’t camp as a kid either, my camping started 40 years ago when I got my driver’s license. I started with a coleman stove (which I still have) a Sears sleeping bag, and a banana lounge chair to sleep on. I really liked the conversations on what is needed to have fun, maybe a follow up conversation with Coyote Works sometime in the future. Take Care

  14. My 1st tent, a canvas pup tent, I got saving Bazooka Bubble gum wrappers and Topps wrappers when I was 8 yrs old. Used that tent backpacking for years. Now pushing 70 and no longer backpacking (2 total knee replacements) but still go camping any chance I get. Camped with my 4 kids as much as we could get out. Last year the kids and their families now grown up; we all got together for a reunion in southern Utah for a week of tent camping. The whole week was spent remembering all the great times we had good and bad. To anyone wondering what you need to get started just get some basic camping gear and get out there for a car camp. You won’t believe how good it will make you feel. Thanks Jason for encouraging others to share in this wonderful part of being alive. And great video as always.

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  16. I started the outdoor life style when I was a teenager with my family, and scouts. That was more than 50 years ago and still love it. I see so many others that do not know what they are doing and have no out door ethic. Back to your video on littering on our public lands. I find spots where so called sportsman target shoot and leave there shell casings and targets for someone else to clean up. I also hear of people hiking in cascades and getting lost because they do not have a map and compass and have to call search and rescue to bring them home. God gave us brains, too many do not use them. I believe we should enjoy the out of doors but be responsible, get training. It is not that hard to learn and always "be prepared", and use our public and private lands responsibly.

  17. This is only the 2nd video I have watched of yours and I have subscribed! Love the content and beautiful, peaceful videos!

  18. Your videos are top notch mate, they are a pleasure to watch.

    I have been camping most of my life down here in Australia. I spent many years camping as a kid and then joined the Army where I was paid to do it! I now have two sons and I take them camping as often as I can. I am finalising plans for a camper trailer build (I feel better having my young boys sleeping off the ground out here due to snakes, wild dogs and dingos)

    What knife are you using in this video please?

    Cheers πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

  19. Jason, can you tell me the brand of the thermos that you use for your coffee? It looks like a nice one. – Thanks.

  20. How about a "detailed" look at the inside of your CVT tent? Especially the seams on the inside, and the stitching. Also any "seam tape" that has been used on the stitched areas. The CVT’s are made in China, but what is the overall quality?

  21. Just found your channel!!! Great work and inspiring! I know this is going to be basic, but could you describe on how you make your coffee? I have made cowboy coffee before, but I’m courious o. How you do it? And what are you using?

  22. These videos are great but don’t be fooled ppl. This is not camping lol. If you wanna do this be ready to spends thousands. They have a house on wheels

  23. I’m loving your videos. You make it look so zen and I can’t wait to get a tailgater and sky tent for my Jeep. I’m thinking of doing a trip to Utah with my dog. Thanks for your videos and amazing photography.

  24. Another great video. Your right, just get out there and enjoy it. I try to get out 2 or 3 times a month that’s where I find peace.

  25. Thanks for the video. I was wondering about how much propane you burn per day with your stove? Thanks again.

  26. I was just watching the. Ewest Coyote Works video. He says that he is going to be announcing a group ride I. A couple weeks. It would be interesting to see you go o. It.

  27. Jason somehow made his production greater than it was, he brought friends to make things interesting and he timed him music perfectly. Amazing work Jason. My only concern is your health. Eating and entire pound of sausage has got to be bad for your health. Anyhow thanks for the hard work. Be safe!

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