• Car Camping, Making Cheese Bush Style
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    Car Camping, Making Cheese Bush Style

    (gun shots echoing) – Good afternoon campers. We’re back out in the Australian bush. Today, we wanted to share a special recipe with you on how you can make cheese while you’re camped in the wilderness. All you need is two simple ingredients just milk and vinegar. In the meantime, let’s swing around and have a look at the camp site. Today we are using also the Esky as a guy-line, so this is something you wouldn’t do in summer. If it was summertime, you would want the Esky underneath the car in the shade. Over here. Christina has just finished making some dough for her raisin bread that she…

  • How to Make a Duct Tape Teddy Bear Chair | Sophie’s World
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    How to Make a Duct Tape Teddy Bear Chair | Sophie’s World

    Hi I’m Sophie and welcome to my world today I’m going to finish my series on teddy bear camp gear and I’m gonna focus on the teddy bear chair because you know you can’t sit around and tell ghost stories unless you got yourself a comfy chair so for this project you’re gonna need a wire hanger you’re gonna need some wire cutters you’re gonna need one piece of duct tape fabric that is eight inches by three and a half inches basically that’s two pieces of tape that are eight inches long so a little piece of fabric that is eight inches by three and a half inches and…

  • How to Set Up a Campsite
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    How to Set Up a Campsite

    How to Set Up a Campsite. There’s an art and a science to setting up camp, and we’re going to teach you both. You will need A good spot A water source A cooking area Some wood A tall tree for hanging a food bag and a shovel. Step 1. Pick a spot on level ground that is not so high on a hill that it’s windy, but not so low in a valley that you’ll be at risk of being flooded if it rains. Make sure there are no patches of poison ivy or oak. Step 2. Before you actually pitch your tent, figure out where you’re going to…

  • Car Camping Tips and Tricks
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    Car Camping Tips and Tricks

    (gun shots echoing) (cargo rattles on car roof) – So we’ve now completely re-upgraded the tarp. It’s an all new system. All new guy-lines, tent poles. Because during a recent car camping expedition in the snow, the system was destroyed. It collapsed under the snow. So this tarp was put together in Australia. Here’s the brand name, this is the company who make them. Very good quality, CrocSkins. 1300 550 788. So that tarp, it’s about 600 grams per square meter, so it’s very heavy fabric. And here’s all the new guy lines. With the Line-Lok cleat. Very easy to tighten the guy lines with these Line-Lok cleats. Step around…

  • How to Set Up a Campsite : How to Get Your Tent in Packing Order
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    How to Set Up a Campsite : How to Get Your Tent in Packing Order

    Hi, this is Bruce Lessels from Zoar Outdoor on behalf of expertvillage.com, talking about choosing and setting up a campsite. So I’m going to take the rain fly, fold it kind of in half, lay it out on the ground, fold it depending on how it fits best into the stuff sack. If you fold it in half again, I like to roll that into a nice small package as well, trying to keep leaves and other debris off of it. So there’s the rain fly all rolled up. Now to take the main tent down, I’m going to disconnect the poles from one end. Then I’ll just pull one…

  • Part 3 – Resupply and Rain | 7D6N Solo Kayak Camping Trip @ Mamam Beach, Ubin [4K UHD]
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    Part 3 – Resupply and Rain | 7D6N Solo Kayak Camping Trip @ Mamam Beach, Ubin [4K UHD]

    It’s about 7:00 now Woke up at about 6:30am, maybe 6.15am All the birds were chirping away So I think tonight I’m gonna sleep as early as possible If I wake up in the middle of the night that’s fine Cause I woke up in the middle of the night today as well Like 2:00am, 2:30am; and 4:44am I remember because I was looking at my watch 4:44am; I wonder what that says Or it might have been a dream. I’m not sure Walking to the jetty now. Hopefully I can get some gas We’re here now. Not bad This took about maybe, 10 minutes I think? I stopped to…

  • Top 10 Scary Camping Stories
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    Top 10 Scary Camping Stories

    Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing Channel on the internet. I am your host, Rebecca Felgate – links to my social media are in the description box – and today we are talking about the Top 10 Scary Camping Stories! You guys love scary, so we are bringing them to you! Although I love camping and after scripting this list for you, I am a touch anxious about it! Argh! Before we pitch up our tents and settle in to this video, I just want to ask you guys if you like camping and what your best camping adventure has been? Also, do hit that thumbs up button…

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    Outwell Mayville 6SA Air Tent (2019) | Innovative Family Camping Gear

    Packed with inspired features, the Mayville 6SA is a superb tent for long camping holidays The full width front door truly lets the deep canopy extend upon the sheltered living space letting you enjoy and utilize every bit of the tent The very large windows, and light, warm-toned flysheet roof creates an unparalleled bright and airy feel inside the tent Thank you so much for watching, you can find more details for the Mayville 6SA or go check out the Mayville 3 and 5SA at Outwell.com

  • 🔥CAMPING Newbie⛺️
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    🔥CAMPING Newbie⛺️

    – Almost done! – [Mom] We’re almost done. (upbeat music) – I think they’re done! (giggles) – [Mom] Today’s video is sponsored by the National Pork Board. Who’s making silly faces? (blows raspberries) – Nae nae! (blows raspberries) – This a is boneless, rib eye pork chop. And that’s what’s for dinner. Pork chops is our go-to when we’re barbecuing, and I think one of the reasons is because it’s a really budget friendly option for families and we have a big family. So to go with the pork that we’re having for dinner tonight, I’m doing some oven roasted veggies, and some boiled potatoes. I love oven roasted veggies,…

  • How to Camp in a Tent | Camping
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    How to Camp in a Tent | Camping

    So there’s some stuff you could keep in mind when you’re going to be sleeping in a tent for the first time or pitching a tent for the first time. First, you want to make sure that you’re pitching your tent on dry ground and you really want to look at all the ground that your tent is going to be laying over and make sure there are no tree roots, no rocks and the ground is level. If you pitch your tent so that your head is lower than your feet, you could end up with a really bad headache. So you want to make sure the ground is…