Review: IceMule Pro Cooler

IceMule was developed by founder James Collie as a ultra portable cooler to carry food and drinks comfortably on day hikes. Leave it to a Florida native to see the potential for a cooler that can effectively be worn as a daypack. What we dig about the IceMule Pro is that it’s not a gimmick. It’s a good cooler–it kept a ten pound bag of ice mostly frozen for for three days while we romped around the Olympic Peninsula. Granted, temps never crested 50 degrees, but cold beer is cold beer–and that’s no gimmick. Continue reading “Review: IceMule Pro Cooler”

Third Beach, WA

Third Beach trailhead is off of La Push road and is 4 hours outside of Seattle anyway you cut it. Two options once you’re on the peninsula: Drive up from the south for awesome ocean views around Kalaloch, or drive down from the north and be blown away by Lake Crescent. Give yourself time too, because you’ll want to pull over. Getting to the trail head is really half the fun. Continue reading “Third Beach, WA”