The Lucky Sheep® Blog

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Q. and A.

Q. How does your Wool Sleeping Bag compare with down and synthetic fill bags? For weight and volume during dry weather, wool is about the same as synthetic and heavier than down. During damp weather, wool wins out. We believe there is more to sleeping outdoors than...

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

I Stand for Organic I stand for organic I stand strong against the toxic fumes winds blowing hot in my face like a dragon's breath I stand for and with the trees and the smallest butterfly flitting from blossom to blossom I fight, letting my anger express keeping a...

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About

A few years ago I had a strange fascination with living outside on the edge where the frost or dew greet me every morning. Not JUST when backpacking but ALSO when backpacking. I had MCS or Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and I went into nature to heal. It was where I...

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The Art of Organic Camping Intro

The Art of Organic Camping Intro

Summer is the perfect time for getting into the wilderness. However most people don't know how to do it. And others know how but could up their game by learning and applying the principles of Rewilding. This is the first of a series of posts laying out the...

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Why Wool?

The Lucky Sheep™ sleeping bag is unlike anything from the past. It is light, fluffy, retains it’s loft, and is so soft you would think it is silk. Why wool instead of down or synthetic fill? Wool has an amazing ability to breathe, wicking the moisture...

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Kick Off Video

The 100% wool sleeping bag provides the best possible sleep because wool has health and relaxation enhancing qualities. It's main attribute is the fact wool wicks moisture away from skin unlike synthetics which trap the body's insensible perspiration and...

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Healing Qualities of Wool

The Facts About Wool Breathability Most people are unaware of the fact that our skin needs to breathe. Because wool breathes and can hold 30-40% of its weight in moisture, it helps prevent the ability of bacteria to be able to grow and thrive and can help promote the...

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Why Wool is Better

As the body’s metabolism works throughout the night, perspiration is released as water vapor also called insensible perspiration. Synthetic fabrics trap and hold this moisture because air can’t circulate. As body heat and moisture build up, your heart rate increases,...

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Samples and Testing

Since this is such a new phenomenon and we understand you may want to test it out before you decide--we have a testing option. You can order a bag as a rental. It may have been used once or twice by someone like you. You can test it out and see what you think. Then...

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Why Paleo/Ancestral Health/Diet

Why Paleo/Ancestral Health/Diet

My own story on how I discovered paleo…I got sick from not following Paleo/Ancestral. I was vegan for 20 years with constantly declining health thinking I had the right diet, tried every diet/modality I could find, spent thousands of dollars and lived a...

How Nature Speaks and Why We Need Rewilding

How Nature Speaks and Why We Need Rewilding

I believe Rewilding is essential fo individual and group survival. In a nutshell, overdomestication is stifling to the soul. And why am I so crazy about camping an backpacking?  Because this is a convenient way to experience raw nature without exiting our...

Downscale or Die: 9 Steps to Clutter Free

Downscale or Die: 9 Steps to Clutter Free

 People often ask me how I got myself to fit into a 184 square foot tiny house (8’ x 23’). The answer is, by changing my paradigm about how I think about space, stuff and redefining what quality of life means to me. It didn’t happen overnight. It has taken...

Paleo Trail Foods: How to make Pemmican

Paleo Trail Foods: How to make Pemmican

A few years ago when I went paleo and started Forest Bathing as part of my healing journey, the first thing I ran into was what to bring for food. Because all my life I was taught to carb load with grains, pastas, dried fruits and these were the things...

Home Sweet Tipi: Notes from The Tipi Experiment

Home Sweet Tipi: Notes from The Tipi Experiment

Tipi as shelter. It’s more of an escape from shelter. When shelter becomes nmbing, cutting me off from the things I want to experience. I want the wind, rain, sun sweet breezes, birds. I WANT it. Tipi is not the best SHELTER as far as protecting from the environment....

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