Meet Journey Man – Our Logo

By | 2016-10-29T21:33:41+00:00 March 26th, 2016|Journey Prepper, Uncategorized|

Journey Man is an Inukshuk (e-nook-shook) which is a traditional stone beacon usually made of piled stones on some prominent point or hill as a guide to travelers and hunters, or to give other information about game or directions.   These "inukshuk" have been made by Innuit for 10,000 years or more and are found from Alaska to Greenland.  They are especially found in areas with few natural landmarks to guide the way.   The idea that these structures have been helping people find their way for centuries really resonated with us.  Not only has it been used to show the way, but it's an important cultural symbol for the Inuit.  We respect the Innuit for their resourcefulness, toughness, and preparedness that's required for the many