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    ROUND 6: Camping in The Valley of the Gods (accidentally)

    Wow look at he’s f#!?ing rock on the side of us So this is Valley of the Gods. It is? That’s what it says. If we turn right here I think we go down to it. Ben lost our drone. [laughs] We don’t know where it is. So he’s following the GPS of the drone app to find our drone But like you guys look at this place I just had a total melt – ok wait, I’m going to talk to the camera So here we are. I don’t know if you can see how beautiful this place – ugh like my f#!?ing head I bought this hat in…

  • How To:  Set Up Camp
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    How To: Set Up Camp

    Arriving in camp is going to be pretty much the same every day. You’re going to get off the boats, go find a place to camp and the come back to the boats: that’s where you’re going to do the fire line. You’re going to unload everything off the boats: bags, kitchen equipment, water jugs, all that sort of stuff. Once the boats are unloaded, you can take all of your personal bags and then go back to that camp that you found and set it up.

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    Stealth Camping at Tunnel Bridges / Washouts – Bicycle Road trip Tour Vlog #12

    Bicycle Touring Road Trip Eastbound Across the Southwest USA – Vlog #12 Tunnel and Bridge Stealth Camping and Tips there were many times during my cross country travel that I couldn’t find any trees or bushes to stealth camp at… eventually I figured out that I could go down around the base of the tunnel bridges, or washouts some call them, and pitch a shelter which was usually my tarp or military poncho… as you can see, I could camp in these locations undetected from passers by on the road above… this first location was a pretty good sized bridge that made for easy bicycle stealth camping. There was a…

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    Jurassic World: UNBOXED!

    – Ready? (Coyote vocalizing) (Mario vocalizing) – Jurassic World Super Colossal Tyrannosaurus Rex. – You know it’s big if it says colossal. ♪ Fire, a fire on the mountain, whoo ♪ – What’s going on Coyote Pack? Welcome to a very special episode of Base Camp. Now you see three giant cardboard boxes here before us. And I have to send a big thank you out to Mattel for sending us these products today to review. But before we get into what’s in these boxes, let’s talk about dinosaurs. Mario, I told you to show up today decked out in dinosaur gear and you did a pretty excellent job. –…

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    best camping chair alternative- lay-bag/inflatable lounger demo. how to inflate my blow up lounger

    best camping chair alternative- lay-bag/inflatable lounger demo. how to inflate my blow up lounger Thanks for the amazing Chair we are so excited. You think our product is as cool as we do you ask. What is a food? well It’s a very cool panted chair that has wonderful fabric filled with recycled shredded foam And while it may look like a very large beanbag chair it is nothing close. We know because we make both This is for the person looking for a big long lasting cushy lounge around chair Talk about a great place to binge watch your favorite Netflix series When your eyes get heavy and you…

  • My Oldest Pieces Of Backpacking Gear That I Still Use!
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    My Oldest Pieces Of Backpacking Gear That I Still Use!

    Hey, what’s up guys Devin here with backcountry exposure. Thanks for joining today I want to talk about old pieces of backpacking gear particularly My oldest pieces of backpacking gear that I first purchased that I still own still use in different capacities But yeah, let’s talk about it because this is actually kind of fun for me. It goes back all the way to oh gosh 2000 2001 when I was I don’t know 13 14 15 years old and I purchased some of my first Backpacking gear items for me personally and they’re both MSR products and the first one happens to be the MSR blacklight set and…

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    Solo Overnight WINTER CAMPING FAIL (Almost)

    Well guys, it has been a busy couple hours up here in the mountains. So what has taken place is, I put my kids to sleep and packed up my bag and and I drove up to the trail and decided that I wanted to do a solo overnight. It’s about 12:30am and i’ve been processing wood, i’ve been getting the stove all prepped, trying to get ready for the evening of rest. So I am going to lay down here, and go to sleep. But what a cool setup, and I am just really psyched to be out doing a solo overnight, and kind of doing more with the…