Product Review: Ozark Trail One Man Tent: Perfect for BROKE Nomad

The market hosts a number of one-man tents. In previous posts I have reviewed some. As a general rule the gear that is made to Army specs, and that you purchase from an Army-Navy outlet are more durable. But, depending on how broke you are, the big-box stores offer a variety of choices. I have used a few high end and a few low-end The OZARK TRAIL variety is what I would consider a low end type. It has advantages and disadvantages. The advantages to the above are (of course) it’s price. I snagged mine at 40 something dollars, but I […]

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Aron Duhon’s Texas Adventure Guide 3: Davis Mountains (1).

In all my Texas travels rarely have I been to a more spectacular place than the Davis Mountains.  For the nomad, the place packs quite a punch. I have seen no more spectacular mountains in my life in the U.S. save the Rockys. There is a lot to see and do in this area, and the lodgings can range from nomad cheap (myself) to middle roller (my dad), and you can spend weeks there and not get bored. Since I am a consummate supporter of State Parks generally and Texas State Parks specifically I will start with the park.   […]

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Paypal Customer Service Is A Disaster

Paypal Customer Service Is A Disaster

PayPal, trash. Three years ago had to have my bank block them because had a scammy co billing me via their platform despite calling PayPal asking them to stop letting this company bill me through their platform. When PayPal didn’t resolve the issue the 1st time, I had my bank block PayPal. Countless people have been having issues with PayPal, and I certainly wasn’t the 1st. So when I finally get on the phone with an agent, (their online customer support chat was nonexistent) the agent can’t figure out what’s going on. She blamed my bank. So… I called my […]

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Major Mistake I Made In Business

Major Mistake I Made In Business

3 years ago I had an internet marketing business. It sucked because I sold info products to people who WANTED to make money. Why didn’t I instead sell products to people who ALREADY had the money? I was making little money, although the money was barely sufficient to allow me to travel with, and atleast get enough experience to start future businesses with. But … Like Grant Cardone says, and I’ve said it in previous blog posts: Where’s my money? He’s stating that, because he’s telling you it’s easier to go to where the money is, versus trying to go […]

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Product Review: Mil-Tec RECOM One Man Tent Coyote

Product Review: Mil-Tec RECOM One Man Tent Coyote

I don’t like sleeping in a tent with anyone else, so I tend to stick to one man tents. The Mil-Tec RECOM Coyote is the perfect one man summer tent. It is not the cheapest on the market, but unlike the cut-rate brands sold at the big box stores, this baby will last. Generally army gear is far sturdier than the crap sold at Wal-Mart and the like, which often falls apart after a year or so. this tent is double stitched, and I have not had an issue with the seams leaking, which as all campers know can be […]

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Dr. Martens 1460 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens Customer rating:

In my opinion the Dr. Martin 8-eye black boot is simply the best all purpose boot on the market.  I have had had my current pair almost a decade and they show no signs of deterioration.  They are EXTREMELY comfortable and light, due in part to the patented “air sole”, which is non slip and very soft.  I have had more pairs of this boot over the decades than I can remember. They are water proof and light enough to be very functional on the trail. I have also worked in them a great deal. They offer ideal protection fro […]

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How To Write A Blog Post – (Tips, Tools, Traffic Hacks!)

How To Write A Blog Post – (Tips, Tools, Traffic Hacks!)

Below are just some of the simple hacks and tricks we use to get lot’s of free organic traffic. If your website isn’t already setup to generate traffic, isn’t mobile, and you haven’t made the necessary SEO hacks to your site, you might work on that first. But… If your struggling to get alot of traffic to your blog posts or products this blog post is going to be particularly helpful to you. REALLY HELPFUL. These are the same strategies we’re using to build OpFreedom from ZERO subscribers to 10K subscribers in a little over three month. (That’s the goal […]

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How To Get $13 One Year Hosting And Free Domain For Your Dropshipping Store

How many times have you heard … Where should I buy my domain at? Or … I don’t have money for paid traffic, what should I do? In this blog post, we’ll tackle both with a simple hack.   So yesterday on Facebook, I was on Justin Cener’s “Cener Shopify Mastermind.” It’s a great little community that can really help you with your Shopify store, or where you can get more tips for any type of store that you have. In the community someone posted the infamous question:   So here’s how your gonna’ save ALOT of money from here […]

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Aron Duhon’s Texas Adventure Guide 2: Buffalo Lake

Country United States State Texas Region Randall County Elevation 1,140 m (3,740 ft) Coordinates 34°53′11″N 102°07′11″WCoordinates: 34°53′11″N 102°07′11″W Area 31 km2 (12 sq mi) One of my favorite things to do is to open Google Maps on my phone, look for green spots on the map, and go there. Green spots mean that the area is a park or otherwise protected space. This is what I did to discover Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Preserve. I was in the area to go to Palo Duro Canyon SP, and since I was in the area decided to explore Buffalo Lake as well. When I was there the “lake”, little more than […]

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Aron Duhon’s Texas Adventure Guide 1: Franklin Mountains State Park

Nearest city El Paso Coordinates 31°53′01″N 106°30′08″WCoordinates: 31°53′01″N 106°30′08″W Length 23 mi (37 km) Width 3 mi (4.8 km) Area 24,247 acres (98.12 km2) Elevation 5,426 ft (1,654 m) Designated 1987 Named for Benjamin Franklin Coons Administrator Texas Parks and Wildlife My abuela (grandma) lived in El  Paso Texas for over 20 years. As a kid one of the highlights of visiting her was driving out to the Franklin Mountains State Park. It is located very near the Rio Grande and about 30 minutes from the crossing into Juarez Mexico. It is at an elevation of about 5,426 feet (1,654 m) with the highest peak reaching around 7,192 feet (2,192 m). From just about […]

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