1. Playing games around the campfire
  2. Website Manager
  3. 10 Tips For Sleeping In Camp
  4. 10 tips to getting kids outside
  5. 12 Volt Camping
  6. 15 Things You Need on a Road Trip
  7. 25 Uses For A Black Trash Bag
  8. 25 Uses For Dental Floss
  9. 25 Uses For Duct Tape
  10. 4 ways solar power keeps you safe
  11. 5 Cool Camping Tips and Tricks
  12. 6 Things To Leave At Home
  13. Adaptability is the key to survival
  14. An Excuses Is....
  15. Ask. Ask Well!
  16. AX v.s. Hatchet
  17. Bandanas
  18. Camp Gadget Technology Video
  19. Camp Gadgets Video
  20. Camp Lanterns
  21. Campfire Cooking
  22. Camping from a 6 year olds prespective
  23. Camping In Zion
  24. Camping Tips
  25. Camping With A Dog
  26. Camping with solar power
  27. Car Tunes of Early 1900's
  28. Cargo Camp Trailer
  29. Changing Your Mind
  30. Cool Camp Sink Video
  31. Cool smart phone apps for every camper
  32. Doubt The Messenger
  33. Dutch Oven Cherry Cobbler
  34. Entertainment On The Road
  35. Essential Gear - Knife
  36. Essential Knots - Simplest Knots
  37. Essential Knots - Square Knot
  38. Eureka Hammock Tent Review
  39. False Hopes
  40. Ferrocerium Fire Starting Rod
  41. Firewood Ban In Some Areas
  42. Folding Rack Review
  43. Free Camping
  44. Gear Pods
  45. Global Warming
  46. Go Bag
  47. Gripper
  48. Hang a Hammock Inside a Mini-Van
  49. Happy Holidays 2011
  50. Have A Laugh On Me
  51. Hiking Tips
  52. Homemade Gear Shelving
  53. Hot Chocolate Wisdom
  54. Hotels In Springdale Utah
  55. How dead is your fire?
  56. How much water is enough?
  57. How To Build A Campfire Pit
  58. How To Find Success
  59. How to: RV in the winter
  60. Insync Google Drive app
  61. Just Believe
  62. Kid's Chili
  63. Lets Laugh Together
  64. Life Changing Event
  65. Life in a Hampster Ball
  66. LifeStraw - Water Perfication Filter
  67. Livin Lite VS Jumping Jack
  68. Log Tweezers
  69. Make Your Own Camp Air Conditioner
  70. Make Your Own Hot Cocoa Mix
  71. Meat Casserole Recipe
  72. Mobile Internet
  73. More Campfire Cooking
  74. My Sanctuary
  75. Native American Games
  76. NAVAJO FRY BREAD
  77. New Server
  78. Oh No I Am Lost
  79. One Important Item
  80. Open Road Pet Peeves
  81. Organizing Travel Guides
  82. Outdoor Drinks
  83. Outdoor Gym
  84. OvaEasy Pop and Cook Eggs
  85. Overhand knot
  86. Passion and Dedication
  87. Passport America – Discount Camping
  88. Pet Peeve - Honesty
  89. Poker camping cookout
  90. Portable Hydrogen Fuel Cell
  91. Power Wherever You Are
  92. Renting camping gear
  93. Ride-on Ice Chest
  94. RV Accident Videos
  95. Save Money - Rent Gear
  96. See America First
  97. Seven Ways to Get Out of Work and Go Camping
  98. Seven Ways to Get Out of Work and Go Camping
  99. Should I Carry Two Cell Phones?
  100. Sierra Cup
  101. Solar Generator
  102. Solar Generator
  103. Staying Warm While Camping
  104. Storage and Chuck box
  105. Success & Money
  106. Tacos In A Bag
  107. Ten Essentials
  108. Ten Knots Every Camper Should Know
  109. Ten Tips For Living on the Road
  110. The 11 Forgotten Laws
  111. The Dream
  112. The Four Vagabonds - Go on Camping
  113. The Little Boy and The Rattlesnake
  114. The Outdoors Are Filled With Untold Stories
  115. The Peace of Wild Things
  116. The Perfect Campfire Grill
  117. The River
  118. The Stream
  119. The Vagabonds
  120. Thirteen Steps to Build a Campfire
  121. Thoughts To Ponder - Making Money on the Road
  122. Three Things Needed For Fire
  123. Three Things Needed For Fire
  124. Time Does Not Really Exsits
  125. Tiny Camper Living
  126. To much Work and Not Enough Time?
  127. Trail Rules & Etiquette
  128. Trash – Did You Know?
  129. Trip to Albuquerque NM
  130. Tutoring
  131. Twelve- or six-volt deep cycle RV batteries : What's best?
  132. Two Half-Hitches
  133. Uses For A Disposable Pie Tin
  134. Uses For A Shoelace
  135. Uses For Wooden Clothes Pin
  136. Visit Las Vegas Without Going To The Strip
  137. Wacky RVs
  138. Water Bottles
  139. What to do when stopped by the police?
  140. White Chile Recipe
  141. Why Do We Shiver?
  142. WW: Barn at Grand Teton NP
  143. WW: Big Sur - Asilomar Beach
  144. WW: Bryce Canyon
  145. WW: Butterfly
  146. WW: Elk
  147. WW: Grizzly Falls at Kings Canyon
  148. WW: Las Vegas Wetlands Bird
  149. WW: Moon over Zion NP Cliffs
  150. WW: Old Point Loma Lighthouse
  151. WW: San Diego Sunrise
  152. WW: Sequoia - Rays on the Meadow
  153. WW: Sequoia Squirrel Chowing Down
  154. WW: Wild Goose Island at Glacier NP
  155. Zion National Park
 


Scott Robertson was born into a wonderful Air Force family in July 1975. He grew up moving every few years and attending more schools then houses he lived in. While in the third and fourth grade he went through medical test, leaving him feeling like a guinea pig, to determine what his learning disabilities were. The end result was a long laundry list including ADHD and Dyslexia. After many years of hard work, most people today when told of Scott's disabilities look at him funny and say “You are? I would have never guessed.” Scott does not allow himself to use his disabilities as an excuse but rather sees them as obstacles to deal with everyday.

All the moving around and changing schools did leave a toll on young Scott. It turned him into a hermit during his Junior and Senior High School years. As a result Scott befriended the computer. In the fifth grade, for example, his teacher got a new Apple II C for the classroom. Scott begged for days to set it up for her. His teacher politely declined each time saying the School would be sending some over in a few days to set it up. Finally Scott wore her down. Over a short period of time not only did he hook the computer up and had it working, he told her she needed to contact Apple because the printer cable was missing. She checked and sure enough the computer was working. Then with shock she noticed all manuals were still factory sealed. From that point on Scott was sent to other teachers to help with their technical problems. Scott started High School already able to write basic computer programs.

Boy Scouting was and still is a big part of Scott's life. He is an Eagle Scout and an avid outdoorsman. Through Scouting Scott has learned all about the outdoors including: outdoor skills, survival, nature (but don't ask him to identify any plants though), fire building, knot tying and so much more. Scout's made Scott who he is today. Scott has a lot of experience in Scouting including working with local units, District, Training Team, Council, Chairing an International Jamboree three times, summer camp staff four times, and much more.

Scott is proud of what he has achieved in school, but if you ask him what one achievement means the most to him, he will tell you without blinking an eye, “earning Eagle Scout”. For those of you who do not know, Eagle Scout is the highest rank in the Boy Scouts, which takes many years to earn. To do this one has to demonstrate their skills in a number of subjects including outdoors and leadership.

The great outdoors, is one of the places Scott feels the most relaxed and at home. He has been camping longer then he has been walking, and “Scouting” the outdoors almost as long. Scott at one time would go camping or backpacking at least twice a month. He has backpacked over 60 miles in 8 days, and on two other occasions has backpacked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. On four occasions, while on summer camp staff, he has spent at least 6 weeks living out of a tent.

As a result of spending all of this time in the outdoors Scott has developed a passion for protecting the environment and educating others how they can do the same. Scott has worked in education as a computer tutor, as well as running his college's only Unix User group. He also knows how to make learning about the outdoors fun, as a result of his Scouting background.

In life, besides computers, business and Scouts, Scott enjoys camping and hiking, writing children's fiction, taking photos, shooting video, cooking, learning, reading, traveling, meeting new people and overcoming challenges.

Scott is an entrepreneur at heart, he is one of those that it is the challenge, the journey, the adventure that its all about. He has experience being part of and running a number of businesses. Scott knows that in order to have a chance to succeed one has to take the chance of failing... Scott does not know what give up means, if one way doesn't work, it just means it's time to find another way.

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