We're No Stinkin' Outlaws

| Danielle Vincent

Don't Panic: Your quick guide for surviving zero gravity living

Author's note: I am hoping this will be a series, but, given all that is happening, we'll see how it goes. Second author's note: I know that "Don't Panic" is from HHGTTG and the picture is from Firefly. I am a dork on a massive scale and this conflict was...

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| Outlaw Soaps

APPREHENDED: Veo, AKA "Missy"

We've interviewed our little gang to provide an insight into who's behind the fine sundries you enjoy. Outlaw has a colorful and delightful set of characters (as you might imagine), so we hope you enjoy these little interviews! Hey Veo, thanks for joining us! How do you interact with our...

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| Danielle Vincent

Outlaws are still delivering!

Well, technically the post office is the one doing the actual delivering, but it's probably worth noting that as long as the post office is delivering, we're still sending. I've been finding out exactly how many mailing lists I'm subscribed to by how often I get emails outlining their disaster...

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| Danielle Vincent

Kenny Rogers: The legendary Gambler

"Every gambler knows That the secret to survivin' Is knowin' what to throw away And knowin' what to keep. 'Cause every hand's a winner And every hand's a loser And the best that you can hope for is to die in your sleep."- Kenny Rogers, The Gambler Kenny Rogers walked...

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| Outlaw Soaps

International Day of Happiness (Postponed due to unforeseen events?)

Not canceled. Postponed! Our original intent for today was to liberally delve into the “Happiness” angle of International Day of Happiness.  We’d pepper this page with what makes Outlaws happy, and since this year’s theme is about what brings us together, focus on what us Outlaws have in common. What...

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| Danielle Vincent

The first day of Spring: Solo hiking edition

Author's note: I'm writing this while surrounded by an ever-increasing layer of fresh snow, so it doesn't feel much like Spring. However, I realize that many of you are in warmer climes and you should definitely feel smug about it. To that end, I'm writing this for you, you lucky...

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| Danielle Vincent

Shit, meet fan.

This morning, we received an email from one of our suppliers informing us that they're shutting down until April 1 at the earliest. Thankfully, it's not a major supplier and we do have a backup plan, but this prompted me to write our actual major supplier to place a just-in-case...

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| Jennalee Rhodes

Deer Sheds and Other Things

At the end of March last year, I moved back to the US (from England) and began a months-long adventure/road-trip/cross-country move to join my fellow Outlaws in Grass Valley, CA. Along the way, I had many adventures, a fair number of which were Western/Pioneer/Adventure-based, and I wanted to take this...

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| Danielle Vincent

Outlaw Cologne: The right lineup for that in-between-adventures feeling

You know that feeling, right? You're ordinarily out adventuring -- camping, using a hatchet for something, gunfighting, lighting an explosive object on fire -- but sometimes, due to no fault of your own, you're housebound (thanks, COVID-19). But you don't have to wallow in that house-bound-wallower smell! You can smell...

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| Voice of the Customer

WANTED: Sean T., AKA "The git-nay kid"

Hey Sean T.! Thanks for joinin' us! To start with, what's your favorite Outlaw activity (or activities)? Living history reenactments. Your favorite Outlaw scent is Blazing Saddles. Why's that your favorite? I have very fond memories of visiting an old gold mining town located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range; the town...

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| Danielle Vincent

I'm feeling particularly grateful for being alive today. How about you?

I think we can all agree it's weird times. Most of us are hanging out inside, or going for solo hikes (being sure not to touch anything, and if we do, wiping clorox on our fingers)... It seems like there's a lot of widespread fear (I've heard it said that...

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| Glenda Purvis

Camels? Yes, camels!

In order to round out your general Old West knowledge, you need to know about the camels of the Wild West. Yes, camels.  Camels have been used as cargo animals with great success in the deserts of Africa and Middle East for...well, as long as people have been there. You...

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