Triple B Adventures was born in the desert. We are going back home for our 1 year anniversary. Situated next to an old Native American village once used for thousands of years by the Kumeyaay peoples as their winter camp to escape the harsh conditions in Mount Laguna.
This spot is special to me as this is the first place I ever camped in Anza borrego and has always been my favorite. I have taught classes here and camped with many friends and shared many beers.
Bring gloves because we will be doing bouldering and scrambling as the decomposed granite provides a perfect place to rest your skills and adventurous spirit.
You won’t want to miss this trip!!!
We always welcome kids for our trips but we highly discourage them for this one.
You will be able to drive up and camp either in your vehicle or where ever you like with exception of inside the village itself. Pack out what you pack in, and as always bring your own water, food and beer.
We can’t wait to see you then. We are excited to celebrate our one year
Trout fishing begins at Lake Wohlford in Escondido, they will be planting 6000 lbs of trout that day. Will need a fishing license and day use pass. We will be fishing from shore using power bait. Good time to relax, catch some lunch, and share some stories with the bros!
Meet at the lake wholford cafe to buy a day pass
We will head down around the across the street to the gate, there we will hit the docks and the shoreline.
Im not sure what time they stock it if you want bring cat fish bait
Around 10:00 we will head back for lunch or breakfast at the cafe.
At 11:30/12:00 we will head back to the shore and fish until dusk
Im leaving by 11:30 to head home to watch my daughter
You may stay as long as you like
In cooperation with Pine House Cafe and Tavern, and the Navy MWR, we will be putting on thanksgiving dinner for our veterans and active duty military brother and sisters. It’s a weekend up at the cabin with the Triple B Family. Lots of hiking, camaraderie, camp fires, great food by an amazing woman, Nica Knight, and her son Jon Knight. We are will be able to serve 15 people who want to spend Thanksgiving with a great family.
RSVP HERE https://www.facebook.com/events/137559706887070/ or send us an email!
Come out for our next VETogether!!!
VETogether is a networking event by Veterans for Veterans.
This month we have packed evening! November's VETogether will be sponsored by Buy a Home Save a Vet.
Buy a Home Save a Vet is a company which allows you to go out and buy your dream home and then choose a Veteran Owned Non-profit to recieve a donation on your behalf. The donations go toward helping fellow Veterans recieve some of the most groundbreaking treatments available to help battle their demons.
Buy a Home Save a Vet helps your donations go to the following Veteran Owned Non-profits:
Healing By Water - https://www.healingbywater.com/
Irreverent Warriors- http://www.irreverentwarriors.com/
Warriors on Track- https://warriorsontrack.org/
All Eagles Oscar- https://www.alleaglesoscar.org/
Mission Volant- http://missionvolant.org/
Triple B Adventures- https://www.tba.vet/
The Guest of Honor will be U.S. Army Veteran Tom Woods , who is representing Warriors on Track. On top of our Guest of Honor, we will have special appearances by Healing By Water's Spike Bywater, Triple B Adventure's Brady Pesola, and special Guest Comedian Candiss Veree!!!
Stay tuned for more information!
Alone and Unafraid American Clothing Company and The High Dive Bar and Grill have joined forces again to support Veteran owned businesses and raise money for a great Veteran Charity Triple B Adventures
This time we're in a race against the clock to float three featured San Diego craft brew kegs. We're upping the ante with a menu of featured drinks each one representing one service and spiked with local San Diego distilled craft spirits. Its a battle to see which service is crowned king of the party. So show up and watch the coasties and flyboys cry on eachother's shoulders and the Navy crush the Army while the Marine Corps runs away with the crown. Don't believe us? Show up amd prove us wrong. Souvenir glasses with the purchase of a featured beverage, beer or liquor.
All proceeds from the featured Kegs and Cocktails will be donated to Triple B Adventures a verteran charity getting Veterans in front of PTSD and outdoors with eachother.
Alone and Unafraid will he on site with special deals on our full catalog including the yet to be revealed full fall/winter line. We will also be featuring a brand new design to add to our Patriot series t-shirts.
Come have some fun, drink some great drinks or beer, and raise money for a great cause!!
Tactical Fest is an annual festival bringing together active brands, outdoor gear, technology and strategic activities, all to benefit the military.
Brought to you by Clever Talks, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Tactical Fest brings tactical companies and organizations together. From virtual reality to outdoor adventure, we feature tactical organizations working in land, sea and air.
TIME & LOCATION
• Date: Saturday, September 9th
• Time: 11AM - 5PM
• Address: 1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, CA 92101
TACTICAL FEST INCLUDES:
• SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES
• EDUCATIONAL PANELS
• CONTEST AND PRIZES
• TACTICAL ACTIVITIES
• BEER GARDEN
• FOOD TRUCKS
• SWAG BAGS
• AND MORE
If you have a tactical company/product and you want to feature it at Tactical Festival:
Contact: hillary (at) clevertalks (dot) com
CLEVER TALKS™ IS A 501 (C) (3) NONPROFIT THAT FEATURES EMPOWERING SPEAKERS MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD TO BENEFIT ACTIVE DUTY AND TRANSITIONING VETERANS. OUR MISSION IS TO IMPROVE LIVES THROUGH IDEAS. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
We are putting on a mini event, an appetizer if you will, for our main event in October called the Modern Mountain Man Rendezvous or 3MR (www.3mr.vet). While Triple B usually does veteran only events, 3MR events are always open to the public.
This event is for all to enjoy! Families, non military, veterans, active duty are all welcome!!!!!
So what is Beers and Backpacking? It is a small event at a veteran owned and operated brewery called Spec Hops in Vista, and have a few beers while Veterans, survival instructors, outfitters, and other outdoor experts spend the day enhancing your knowledge of the outdoors, and teaching you new ones.
For every pint sold, a dollar goes back to Triple B Adventures, a 501c3 that takes veterans outdoors to hunt, hike, camp, fish, and do community service.
This event is free of charge!
This is a family friendly event! Be aware that there will be drinking, so use your own discretion...
Front Country Packing
Back Country Packing
Search and Rescue
Come out and talk about hiking, get some free survival classes, drink some beers and support veterans!
This event is made possible by:
San Diego School of Survival
Kit Fox Outfitters
Shade Tree Leather & Glass
Alone and Unafraid
Spec Hops Brewery
The Law Offices of D.J. Rausa
Come on out for the very first VETogether!
The Guest of Honor will be Brady Pesola. If you don't know Brady, he is a Veteran Entrepreneur who has his own company called San Diego School of Survival as well as Nonprofit called Triple B Adventures.
Follow the links below to see what they are about:
Come on out and raise a glass with fellow Active Duty Personnel and Veterans for an evening of camaraderie and networking at SpecHops.
*RSVP ON FACEBOOK- This is lead by Gary Patterson, a Triple B Adventures member.
I am inviting anyone and everyone who would like to join me on a great overnight hike in the Warner Springs area. This is an easy hike, and a great chance to spend an evening under the stars with some like minded people.
We will meet up in the parking area on the west side of Highway 79 just south of the gliderport at 6:00 PM on Friday 7/14. I will attach an image of the meeting place for this event as well as an overview of the hike.
It will be a 5 mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) to where we will camp overnight in the Agua Caliente Creek valley. In the morning we will begin early (in order to beat the heat) & hike back out to the parking area.
I am planning more trips lik...e this for the upcoming months, while the summer weather is upon us. I would like this event to lead into some more trips this fall, and then maybe even this winter. I would like this to become an opportunity for people to network, exchange ideas, become familiar with different gear/environments/skills, and overall get people outside and into the great hiking areas surrounding San Diego.
The gear list, an important part of the pre-trip planning. Some people just stuff things into a pack and head out on the trail. But I have found that making a simple list of the core items you will need, helps keep your pack weight lighter. I have a list of items that I take on every trip, and I modify it while I am packing with items that may not be on the list, but I want or need for the specific trip I am going on. Below is an example of a list containing core items that one should take on every trip at a minimum:
• Back Pack
• Ground Tarp (I recommend the Grabber All Weather Blanket available at KitFoxOutfitters.com)
• First Aid Kit
• Sun Protection (Sunscreen, Hat)
• Food (Freeze-dried backpack meals are light weight but require boiling water, beef jerky, sausages, cheeses, and other packable meal items are available at grocery stores or even World Market)
• Water (The amount depends on the individual, but I recommend at least a gallon for an overnight trip, and if you know that water will be available in the area I recommend a water filter like the Sawyer Mini Squeeze to help keep your pack weight lighter)
• Sleeping Bag (Remember that a sleeping bags temperature rating means it will keep you alive at that temperature, not always comfortable)
• Underwear and Socks (1 pair worn, the others in your pack)
• Jacket (This is optional during the hotter months, but remember temperatures drop at night even during the summer)
• Headlamp or Flashlight (Headlamps are great, they keep your hands free)
• Wet wipes (cheap and have multiple uses while hiking and camping)
• Small Shovel (If nature calls, you will need this to bury your mess)
• Garbage bag (Always a good thing to have on hand. Has more uses then just carrying your trash)
The items listed above are just ideas of what should go into your backpack, but you should also plan out what you will be wearing on your trip. This will depend on the environment that you are adventuring out into, but should include some of the following:
• Shirt (long sleeve or short. There are plenty of shirt types available, but the most important thing to take into consideration is the material the shirt is made from. Cotton material will absorb your body’s sweat and will get heavier as you hike. Wicking materials allow your sweat to pass through the fabric and evaporate, keeping you dry)
• Pants or Shorts
• Socks (Should be comfortable and well padded. I replace my hiking socks every 6 months to ensure I have plenty of padding for my feet)
• Hiking footwear (boots or shoes, it all depends on the hiker preference and environment)
• Knife (always a good item to have, very useful)
• Trekking Poles (These poles help distribute the weight you are carrying between four points of contact with the earth, and increase your stability while negotiating terrain)
• Hat (Sunburn is not fun)
Feel free to tailor this list as you see fit.
I look forward to meeting you all out there for some fun and adventure. Feel free to PM me with any questions.
Join us for the San Diego release of the 4th beer in our conservation series with Pacific Plate Brewery; The #PangolinDefender!
The #PangolinDefender, a "California Common", will raise funds for #Pangolin protection & conservation efforts with every pour.
The event starts at 4pm and the event will include a GCF & Pangolin conservation presentation, a silent auction filled with awesome art and an epic raffle.
The full Global Conservation Force merchandise line will be available for purchase at the event.
Join us again this Thursday for some archery at the lake Poway Archery range. We will be shooting from 4:30-5:30 and hanging out, if you don't have a bow I'm sure someone will share. Please remember if you don't have one to pick up you range card ($10 for the year) at the bait shop first.
Also this week we will up the anti and do a little competition. For a $5 donation we will do 3 shots closest to the "X". Kit Fox Outfitters is donating a Mora Knife and all the proceeds go to Triple B Adventures.