• OZtrail 1800 Powergrid Rechargeable Camp Light | Compact, Bright & Handy!
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    OZtrail 1800 Powergrid Rechargeable Camp Light | Compact, Bright & Handy!

    – Hey everyone. Tentworld Browns Plains back here with another product review, of the OZtrail 1800 Powergrid Tent Light. Okay so let’s get into some of the features on this OZtrail light. So we got a light that’s nice, small and compact. Fit into the palm of your hand quite easily. It measures about 7cm across and about 5cm thick. I like this. I like this hanging hook, look at that. You’ll be able to hang that off a gazebo, or on top of your tent, you don’t have to worry about the kids knocking it off. Now on this side here, you have an input where you take this…

  • I Slept In The Most Haunted Cemetery And Something Apeared
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    I Slept In The Most Haunted Cemetery And Something Apeared

    We are at the spring Hill cemetery this cemetery has been in a few of my videos It’s probably one of the creepiest places I’ve ever visited Usually when we come out here, it’s a bunch of us we do some Spirit like ghost hunting, it’s never been like just you know a couple of us It’s only three of us coming here, [and] we’ve never stayed a whole night We’re thinking about doing this whole like 24 hour challenge thing I know that’s what [people] are calling it, but they’re not spending a full 24 hours It’s usually like an overnight [thing], and that’s what we’re gonna Do we’re…

  • Oman Road Trip (Part Two)
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    Oman Road Trip (Part Two)

    Hey! Hey, welcome to Part Two of our Oman Road Trip In Part One we went scuba diving we camped at some amazing mountain and beach locations and we explored Musandam in the far north of the country If you haven’t seen it, go check it out now. We’ll wait for you in this beautiful wadi. For the next two weeks we’re gonna be in the south of the country, first around Salalah and then we’re gonna be heading up the east coast all the way back to Muscat So, stick around and see what we get up to there Standard breakfast for us every morning Del makes round one…

  • Make a video tutorial to explain how to set up a camping tent. Part 2. Evidence No 5
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    Make a video tutorial to explain how to set up a camping tent. Part 2. Evidence No 5

    Avoid setting up in low areas if there’s a chance of rain Avoid setting up in low areas if there’s a chance of rain Avoid setting up in low areas if there’s a chance of rain It’s not recommended that you camp on a day where there’s a likelihood of rain in the first place, but just in case, it’s a good idea not to set your campsite in a depression in the ground. It’s not recommended that you camp on a day where there’s a likelihood of rain in the first place, but just in case, it’s a good idea not to set your campsite in a depression in…

  • David Tennant as Walt in Camping – Episode 2.1
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    David Tennant as Walt in Camping – Episode 2.1

    ♪ My happy hour starts a quarter to three ♪ Just like a goddess, yeah, I’m parting the seas ♪ Ooh, feel that fire, I’m a thousand degrees ♪ Don’t you want to be like me? Ow! ♪ Ooh, Follow the leader ♪ Ooh, You better follow the leader – Hut! Sol! – Ow! – Oh! I got it! I got it! I got it! I got it! – Go! – Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! – Honey! You got one! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! – And ready? Go! – Yay! – Okay, stop doing that. Ready? Go. Yay! – Yay! – Hike! – One, 1000. Two, 1000. Three,…

  • Madeira Island Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Madeira Island Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Pushed by volcanic forces four miles from the sea floor and a mile into the warm trade winds of the North Atlantic Ocean, are the dramatic cliffs and spires of Madeira. A place of legend since Roman and Viking seafarers first gazed upon these cliffs, Madeira’s fertile slopes were eventually claimed by Portugal in 1419 and settled soon after. The volcanic activity may have settled down millennia ago, but the island’s rich soils and spring climate means Madeira explodes in lush vegetation all year round. Madeira’s capital, Funchal, was named after the wild fennel which once carpeted its hillsides. Situated on the island’s southern coast and with a population of…

  • Santorini Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Santorini Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Officially known by its ancient name of Thera, the striking volcanic islands of Santorini is one of the most visited Greek islands. Once a much larger, single island, Santorini as it looks today is the result of a massive volcanic explosion known as the Minoan or Theran explosion which took place around 3,600 years ago. The explosion left the steep sided caldera on which the main settlements now perch as well as the deep lagoon that provides the island with its safe harbours. Cruise ships travel to Santorini from all over the Agean and the Mediterranean and sail across the flooded caldera. Santorini is a world famous destination that features…

  • Nordic Skiing, Pulking, and Hammock Camping in the Carson National Forest
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    Nordic Skiing, Pulking, and Hammock Camping in the Carson National Forest

    Hey it’s Whistle Norvell and today we’re going to do some hammock camping and some Nordic skiing here in the Carson National Forest So I found a pretty good place to camp here Found a couple of good nice Piney trees a little bit of snow coming down It’s not too cold, but it’s cool enough And I love the spot. It’s beautiful right on the edge of a beautiful view With the mountains, so I guess it’s time to get the hammock set up for a good night’s sleep tonight All right, I got the basics for the hammock up Kind of interesting with the guylines in the snow,…