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WWII Watermanship Week: How to Climb Down a Ship’s Cargo Nets and Ropes


Editor’s note: In 1944, the US War Department published FM 21-22, a manual on military watermanship. The manual covers everything a man needs to know to survive at sea, from how to properly abandon a sinking ship to how to stay alive in a lifeboat.

You’ve Got to Be a Man, Before You Can Be a Gentleman


“Over-sentimentality, over-softness, in fact washiness and mushiness are the great dangers of this age and of this people.

WWII Watermanship Week: Survival Swimming


Editor’s note: In 1944, the US War Department published FM 21-22, a manual on military watermanship. The manual covers everything a man needs to know to survive at sea, from how to properly abandon a sinking ship to how to stay alive in a lifeboat.

How to Use a Hotel Concierge


A few years ago, Kate and I took a trip to San Francisco for business. The company that flew us out there set us up in a high-end hotel right near the Embarcadero.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: June 26, 2015


Last week’s winner was Adam from Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada). He went with the popular Bomber Barrel.

How to Fillet a Fish: An Illustrated Guide


Few summer pastimes are as satisfying as fishing — it’s a great activity to do with your kids, makes for an excellent microadventure, and harkens to our manly imperative to be providers.

Podcast #120: Microadventures With Alastair Humphreys


Earlier this week we published a post about my 8-week microadventure challenge. The book that inspired that challenge was Microadventures by professional adventurer Alastair Humphreys.

36 Books Every Young and Wildly Ambitious Man Should Read


If there is one thing the great men of history have in common it’s this: books. They read, a lot. Theodore Roosevelt carried a dozen books with him on his perilous exploration of the River of Doubt (including the Stoics).

Outiftted & Equipped: My Everyday Carry


In conjunction with our introduction to the art of everyday carry, I thought I’d share the specifics of my own EDC.

The Art of Everyday Carry: A Beginner’s Guide to EDC


Editor’s note: This guest post from Bernard Capulong originally appeared at Everyday Carry. There’s a bit of a cult community on the internet surrounding the term “everyday carry” — commonly abbreviated as EDC.

The Art of Everyday Carry: A Beginner’s Guide to EDC


Editor’s note: This guest post from Bernard Capulong originally appeared at Everyday Carry. There’s a bit of a cult community on the internet surrounding the term “everyday carry” — commonly abbreviated as EDC.

Getting Out There: My 8-Week Microadventure Challenge


Image from Alastair Humphreys “[Adventure] is a state of mind, a spirit of trying something new and leaving your comfort zone.

Getting Out There: My 8-Week Microadventure Challenge


Image from Alastair Humphreys “[Adventure] is a state of mind, a spirit of trying something new and leaving your comfort zone.

Podcast #119: Why Fathers Matter With Paul Raeburn


Until fairly recently, most of the scientific research about parental influence on children focused on mothers and left out dads.

Podcast #119: Why Fathers Matter With Paul Raeburn


Until fairly recently, most of the scientific research about parental influence on children focused on mothers and left out dads.

How to Power Clean [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video.  Mark Rippetoe, author of Starting Strength, shows me how to perform the power clean.

How to Power Clean [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video.  Mark Rippetoe, author of Starting Strength, shows me how to perform the power clean.

The Importance of Fathers (According to Science)


In 1960, only 10% of children were raised without a father in the home. Today, 40% are. There are many reasons behind this sobering statistic.

The Importance of Fathers (According to Science)


In 1960, only 10% of children were raised without a father in the home. Today, 40% are. There are many reasons behind this sobering statistic.

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: June 19, 2015


Our winner from two weeks ago was Buddy from Essex Jct., VT. He chose a suit from Suitable. My Picks This Week The Barrel from Bomber & Company is possibly the best duffel bag we’ve ever come across.


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