Running with the Bison

Running with the Bison

The refuge and herd date back to 1859 when the Maxwell family drove a small herd of bison onto land surrounding their homestead. The Maxwell family wanted to preserve a piece of the prairie with a roaming herd for future generations. In the mid 1900s the family donated 2,500 acres to the state of Kansas. The herd is kept between 50 to 125 with the surplus bison being auctioned off each fall.

MakeSafe International | Safety is a Right, Not a Product

MakeSafe International | Safety is a Right, Not a Product

There are literally hundreds of millions of unexploded ordnance lying in wait in civilian territory throughout the world. This ordnance has been building up from as far back as the American Civil War. One can only imagine the sheer number of these silent killers buried in shallow graves beneath the Earth’s surface, waiting to be struck during construction, or stepped on by children.

The Utter Disaster [video]

The Utter Disaster [video]

We had come to appreciate the hardship the pioneers must have endured as they traveled along the Oregon Trail. The expedition we set out on was, as I'm sure was the case with most settlers, to not only chase the idea of a different kind of life but also to quench the underlying sense of adventure that lies within us all. -Outlaw Xpeditions

Pioneers Pathway [video]

Pioneers Pathway [video]

Victory is only achieved through the constant choice to push through every situation one faces. In this segment, the team witnessed and walked in some of the original wagon ruts that were made by the Pioneers over 100 years ago. They experienced their first mechanical issue with the Landcruiser due to the heat of the deserts blistering sun: And finally they made their way through the majestic Succor Creek Canyons and into Idaho's uncharted territory.