If you haven't caught on to this show on Netflix yet, then you need start watching to get a new stamp on your man card.
Great reading here. I love cooking with cast iron, and I always wondered if cleaning it with soap would hurt the seasoning. (Spoiler: It won't!)
This weathered survivor of the former USSR's park ranger service might just be the former Soviet Union's first SUV... or Monster Car... or both!
As Winter is right around the corner some of us with real wood burning fireplaces and stoves perhaps start looking to the woods to cut down a cord or two.
I happen to own a few acres or wooded property and we are just cleaning things up and cutting down ...
I'm pretty sure I don't want one of these, but the reciprocating action is fun to watch.
What a great first pitch honoring those who have served. :-)
Interesting read on the Maine "hermit" who lived off the grid for nearly 30 years (sort of off the grid, given his food and supply pilfering).
See what happens to a 10oz ribeye cooked over molten lava.
(PS - Go 'Cuse!)
Quite possibly the coolest Tenkara Fly Rod ever conceived... check it out..
This would have been fun.
From the epic tweet that Herrera posted with a pic of himself and Brady:
"He asked me for a photo. I don't know who he is nor whether he has won something but I made the kid's day."
From a Seattle bike night earlier this week. Lots (and I mean --lots--) of nice bikes. Here are the pics in a local forum.
Because everything has has a specialist.
Russia is known more for cranking out tractors and tanks than designing and manufacturing quality motor vehicles, which might explain why the world's largest country makes some of the world's strangest cars.
We´ve been spoilt this week with not one, but two fantastic go anywhere vehicles from Mercedes-Benz. Earlier in the week we took a look at the amazing Zetros 6x6 and now we get the (sadly) concept G-Wagon LAPV 6.X.
This latest off road monster by the Three Pointed ...