Prepping and survival – an Interview

prepping for beginners

Here at FamilyTent.Expert, we think that being prepared makes you enjoy life more without worrying all the time about what will happen. That’s why we asked Wild Bill from ThePrepperJournal.com to tell us more about prepping and survival. Wild Bill is a veteran who proudly served in the Army, was a PSIA Certified Instructor in … Read more

Hiking and Camping with Small Kids – an Interview

camping with a 4 year old

Diane Vukovic is a mother of two and blogger with a real passion for camping and backpacking. She runs the blog MomGoesCamping.com where she shares her experience as a single parent with (now) two kids in the wilderness. She hopes that her experience will inspire other parents, especially mothers and daughters, to go hiking and camping. … Read more

Hiking and Overcrowding – an Interview

hiking trails for beginners

Dustin Walker runs the blog Slick & Twisted Trails. He is a journalist-turned-marketer living in Nanaimo, B.C., Canada. He enjoys hiking with his wife, Shawneen, along Vancouver Island’s drenched west coast during storm season. Dustin has trudged up remote ruins in the mountains of Peru and roamed the villages of post-quake Nepal. Slick & Twisted Trails is a blog dedicated to backpackers who shun … Read more

Our First Full Time RV Trip – an Interview

tips for long rv trips

Meet Susan Strayer also known as ‘Mountain Mom,’ an outdoors enthusiast from Utah, mother of three, and author of the MountainMomandTots.com, a blog designed to encourage young families to explore the outdoors. Susan and her husband, James, (aka Mountain Dad), launched in September a one-year-long RV trip across North America along with their underage children. … Read more