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SIGG Outdoor Cutlery

SIGG Outdoor Cutlery

Because you never know when you have to chow down.

  • Drawing wilderness iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, S4 C – iCasesStore on Ownza

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  • Hexies H55110E Raised Garden Bed 110cm LENGTH x 55cm WIDTH x 41cm HEIGHT Wilderness Green on Ownza

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  • Hexies Rectangular Raised Garden Bed LGE 200cm WIDTH x 55cm DEPTH x 41cm HEIGHT Wilderness Green on Ownza

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  • Pungo 120 Kayak Package by Wilderness Systems on Ownza

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  • Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken with Sweet Potatoes Adult Dry Cat Food, 6-Pound Bag on Ownza

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  • It's amazing as described!

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  • WOW. The Jewish Museum Limited Edition Sterling Boller Menorah: Numbered limited edition of 200 menorahs. This Hanukkah lamp is a replica of a work in the collection of The Jewish Museum. The original is among the earli... WOW. The Jewish Museum Limited Edition Sterling Boller Menorah: Numbered limited edition of 200 menorahs. This Hanukkah lamp is a replica of a work in the collection of The Jewish Museum. The original is among the earliest known examples of the menorah form that was created for home use. These domestic versions were first made in Frankfurt, Germany, in the late seventeenth century. The decoration on the arms conforms to the biblical description of the seven-branch menorah made for the Tabernacle in the Wilderness: “three cups made like almond blossoms, in one branch, a knob and a flower” (Exodus 25:31-40). Various animals, including a stag, a squirrel, and a camel, ornament the lid for the oil containers, while at the top stands the biblical heroine Judith. The Book of Judith recounts how she saved her town in ancient Israel when it was under siege by the Assyrian general Holofernes. Pretending to be interested in a romantic liaison with Holofernes, Judith waited until he had passed out from too much liquor and cut off his head. During the medieval period, Judith came to be associated with the Maccabees, important figures in the story of Hanukkah, and thus with the holiday. Each comes in a sturdy wooden storage box. For use with oil only. Sterling silver. 17" x 15-3/8" x 8-11/16" $5400.00 $4860.00 for Jewish Museum Members

  • These little glass shot glasses have metal animal heads on them, that make for super cute and whimsical party attractions. They make super cool gifts!

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  • If you ever find yourself dropped somewhere random in the wilderness, this tool will help you somehow manage without being eaten by a ferocious mountain lion...or something

  • American Idiot was a rarity of the 21st century: a bona fide four-quadrant hit, earning critical and commercial respect, roping in new fans young and old alike. It was so big it turned Green Day into something it had never been be... American Idiot was a rarity of the 21st century: a bona fide four-quadrant hit, earning critical and commercial respect, roping in new fans young and old alike. It was so big it turned Green Day into something it had never been before -- respected, serious rockers, something they were never considered during their first flight of success with Dookie. Back then, they were clearly (and proudly) slacker rebels with a natural gift for a pop hook, but American Idiot was a big album with big ideas, a political rock opera in an era devoid of both protest rock and wild ambition, so its success was a surprise. It also ratcheted up high expectations for its successor, and Green Day consciously plays toward those expectations on 2009's 21st Century Breakdown, another political rock opera that isn't an explicit sequel but could easily be mistaken for one, especially as its narrative follows a young couple through the wilderness of modern urban America. Heady stuff, but like the best rock operas, the concept doesn't get in the way of the music, which is a bit of an accomplishment because 21st Century Breakdown leaves behind the punchy '60s Who fascination for Queen and '70s Who, giving this more than its share of pomp and circumstance. Then again, puffed-up protest is kind of the point of 21st Century Breakdown: it's meant to be taken seriously, so it's not entirely surprising that Green Day fall into many of the same pompous tarpits as their heroes, ratcheting up the stately pianos, vocal harmonies, repeated musical motifs, doubled and tripled guitars, and synthesized effects that substitute for strings, then adding some orchestras for good measure. It would all sound cluttered, even turgid, if it weren't for Green Day's unerring knack for writing muscular pop and natural inclination to run clean and lean, letting only one song run over five minutes and never letting the arrangements overshadow the song. Although Green Day's other natural gift, that for impish irreverent humor, is missed -- they left it all behind on their 2008 garage rock side project Foxboro Hot Tubs -- the band manages to have 21st Century Breakdown work on a grand scale without losing either their punk or pop roots, which makes the album not only a sequel to American Idiot, but its equal. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • A terrific novel that will capture your attention immediately. Gordon is atop the best seller list for a reason. Dive into this one and enjoy the journey.

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  • These are waterproof and warm to wear in the snow. They are good for any outdoor adventure in the snowy wilderness.

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  • A headlamp might look and sound dorky but its essential to camping. Not only can you now see in the pitch black wilderness but your friends can see you too. Sometimes a fire and flashlight just isn't enough light. Also, if you wan... A headlamp might look and sound dorky but its essential to camping. Not only can you now see in the pitch black wilderness but your friends can see you too. Sometimes a fire and flashlight just isn't enough light. Also, if you want to take a night hike, this comes in handy.

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  • The soft sound of water tumbling over stones is as timeless as it is soothing. Inspired by cairns, the rock towers that traditionally mark wilderness trails, our fountains are built of handselected, smooth stones secured with a hi... The soft sound of water tumbling over stones is as timeless as it is soothing. Inspired by cairns, the rock towers that traditionally mark wilderness trails, our fountains are built of handselected, smooth stones secured with a hidden steel rod.

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  • Cashbox, Runaway Train, Angela Dangerlove, Please Don't Tell Her, Moose Song, Her Own Kind of Woman, Love Transmission, Crazy Mary, Heart of Wilderness, Vincent of Jersey, The Leaving Song, Broken Hearted Savior, It's Alright, Blu... Cashbox, Runaway Train, Angela Dangerlove, Please Don't Tell Her, Moose Song, Her Own Kind of Woman, Love Transmission, Crazy Mary, Heart of Wilderness, Vincent of Jersey, The Leaving Song, Broken Hearted Savior, It's Alright, Blue Sky, Boom Boom, Monument in Green, Sister Sweetly, Turn the Light Out, Secret Mission, Bittersweet, Circle, Long May You Run

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  • Rock & roll lifers that they are, Wilco knows the implications of a self-titled album, how any record bearing an eponymous name is bound to be seen as a reintroduction. That's why they puncture Wilco (The Album) with a parenthetic... Rock & roll lifers that they are, Wilco knows the implications of a self-titled album, how any record bearing an eponymous name is bound to be seen as a reintroduction. That's why they puncture Wilco (The Album) with a parenthetical aside, a slyly ironic joke that deflates the notion that Wilco is returning to its roots while signaling that the band is finally lightening up again, a notion reinforced by the llama birthday party on the cover. And, to be fair, "reintroduction" is indeed too strong a term for a band that never went away, they merely spent a decade-and-a-half on a walkabout, consuming anything that came their way, changing their tone and tenor from record to record. Wilco (The Album) finds Wilco the band happily returning from the wilderness, taking stock of where they've been and consolidating all they've learned into one tight, likeable record. (The Album) never veers too far into the experimental -- nor does it dabble in country-rock, a sound that's largely remained verboten in Wilco ever since their debut -- but the reverberations of the Jay Bennett era can be heard in how "Bull Black Nova" builds to a shuddering, noise-filled coda, or the band's general mastery of varying degrees of light and shade. All this studio texture is not the focal point, it's the coloring on a collection of straight-ahead rock and pop songs, tunes that are generally soft, sunny, and hazy -- quite exquisitely so on the '70s George Harrison pastiche "You Never Know" and the nearly Baroque "Deeper Down" -- but also jangly and sparkly, as on "Sonny Feeling," or that have some measure of backbone, as on the spiky "I'll Fight" and the cool shuffle of "Wilco (The Song)." If Wilco (The Album) as a whole is considerably less ambitious than its predecessors, it compensates with its easy confidence and craft: it's the work of a band that knows their strengths and knows what they're all about, and it's ready to settle into an agreeably comfortable groove. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • I bought this Portable Environmental Toilet with a pop up tent accessory after we took our kids out to the wilderness hike and my daughter was unable to go potty without a toilet. She was only 5 but just not used to 'going' in th... I bought this Portable Environmental Toilet with a pop up tent accessory after we took our kids out to the wilderness hike and my daughter was unable to go potty without a toilet. She was only 5 but just not used to 'going' in the woods. So I broke down and purchased this product. Needless to say, we all love it now and take it with us on every camping trip as well as long road trips with the kids. It's our own personal port a potty. It sets up easy on the side of the road. The toilet folds down into a small brief case with handle, and the potty bags are easy to use. This product was well thought out by someone who actually cares. I highly recommend this product and give it 10 out of 10 gold stars!

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  • I actually bought this as a joke, because my husband gave me such a hard time about wanting to be a chef out in the wilderness, but I must say, now that I own it, and have used it on the past few trips, I really like it. My Creek... I actually bought this as a joke, because my husband gave me such a hard time about wanting to be a chef out in the wilderness, but I must say, now that I own it, and have used it on the past few trips, I really like it. My Creek Company Hanging Camp Cupboard is all that and more. It has sturdy shelves that hold all my condiments, spices, dishes, cups, and other goodies as well as an area to hold my paper towel roll. It can hang on a tree branch, or around the base of a tree trunk I have recently discovered. The front 'cabinet door' zips closed to keep items dry when it is raining or to keep critters out (small critters of course). My kids like the fact that they can go get the katsup out of the hanging cupboard, and not have to ask me to get them everything. It keeps our camp clean, our picnic table clutter free, and it keeps me happy. When mama's happy, everyone is happy! I highly recommend this product.

  • We use our Open Country 26-Piece Cook set every time we go camping (7 or more times a year) and I cannot say enough great things about it. It has every thing we need for our family to cook, and serve a full meal out in the wilde... We use our Open Country 26-Piece Cook set every time we go camping (7 or more times a year) and I cannot say enough great things about it. It has every thing we need for our family to cook, and serve a full meal out in the wilderness. The pans clean up easy, the plastic is sturdy and molded clean, and this is simply a quality camp set that needs to be in your camping supplies whether you camp once a year, or a lot more like we do. I highly recommend this product.

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  • The EARTH sticker was created by artist Philip Krohn. Partial proceeds go to nonprofit organizations working to protect biodiversity and wilderness. (And the rest of the proceeds support your favorite nonprofit arts organization!)... The EARTH sticker was created by artist Philip Krohn. Partial proceeds go to nonprofit organizations working to protect biodiversity and wilderness. (And the rest of the proceeds support your favorite nonprofit arts organization!)

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  • Description: Up is a comedy adventure about 78-year-old balloon salesman Carl Fredricksen, who finally fulfills his lifelong dream of a great adventure when he ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of... Description: Up is a comedy adventure about 78-year-old balloon salesman Carl Fredricksen, who finally fulfills his lifelong dream of a great adventure when he ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies away to the wilds of South America. But he discovers all too late that his biggest nightmare has stowed away on the trip: an overly optimistic 8-year-old Wilderness Explorer named Russell.

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  • so in love with all that is fur and this blazer is a definite for fall

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  • Rod Coronado is probably the most feared and powerful person in the Animal Liberation movement. Must read!

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  • For nice dark contrast to white walls

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  • Kind of an "Into the Wild" for a younger generation, Hatchet is about a boy who survives a plane crash and is forced to survive on his own in the Canadian wilderness for a looong time.

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  • Camping doesn't have to follow the Ray Mears school of catering. Not all of us head out into the wilderness with nothing but a knife and a flexible idea of what constitutes 'Dinner' .

  • A fun, modern (if not entirely realistic) interpretation of the life and teachings of Henry David Thoreau. You may know him best as a nature-loving poet, but, herein, Sullivan makes both Thoreau and his lifestyle more accessible ... A fun, modern (if not entirely realistic) interpretation of the life and teachings of Henry David Thoreau. You may know him best as a nature-loving poet, but, herein, Sullivan makes both Thoreau and his lifestyle more accessible for denizens of the 21st century.