• How to make a Brick Rocket Stove // survival prepping DIY
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    How to make a Brick Rocket Stove // survival prepping DIY

    Hi guys, today we are going to look at the brick rocket stove this is a simple survival stove that is efficient with fuel and effective at cooking. The materials needed for this project include 19 red brick, two 1″ red brick a paving stone and a metal grate. We will need to cut one brick in half and we can do that with a common hand tools such as a hammer and a chisel. We can break the brick in half by chiseling along the middle of the brick creating a weak spot eventually it’ll break . Let’s get to building the stove. Place the paving stone on a…

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    Cheap Winter Camping Tip, Keeping Warm inside your Tent

    – Good afternoon campers, over the next few months we’ll be busy out here camping in the snow. But in the meantime I’ve dug up some old footage for you, from a trip earlier this year in Tasmania. The footage is a little bit rough, but I hope you enjoy. (gun shots echoing) (scream) At the moment we’re just following these rock cairns, so every 100 meters or so, there’s just a stack of rocks that someone has built to mark the trail. Cairns. Another cairn, just here, another rock cairn. So just a stack of three or four rocks. If you wanna help out, just add a few rocks…

  • 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…

  • DIY Rocket Stove In A 5 Gal Bucket – GardenFork
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    DIY Rocket Stove In A 5 Gal Bucket – GardenFork

    – Today everyone, I’m gonna show you how to make a rocket stove in a five-gallon bucket, and it’s a really cool thing. Ready? Here we go. – [Camerawoman] What is a rocket stove? – It’s a really cool thing, so of course I have to make one. Rocket stoves are a highly efficient way of burning small amounts of wood. You might of seen them in, like, urban homesteading magazines or videos called a ‘rocket stove mass heater’, which uses a big barrel and a big piece of stone or cement and it creates a lot of heat that heats the whole house. Here, we’re gonna create a little,…

  • 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…

  • Easiest chair you can make in about an hour. Great for camping! | MERE MINI
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    Easiest chair you can make in about an hour. Great for camping! | MERE MINI

    I’m gluing together half-inch plywood to make one inch thick boards. I’m going to make the seat one third of the way up. And I’ll make that cutout the same thickness as this board. Now I can mark out where this long tenon goes. This is the part I’ll cut away on the band saw. And that’s all there is to the two-board Viking Chair. It’s super-simple to make and You can build this in about an hour. Here are the dimensions I used, but you can adjust them however you like.

  • Solo Camping: Cangkir Kayu, Bushcraft, Air Terjun
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    Solo Camping: Cangkir Kayu, Bushcraft, Air Terjun

    The cup can’t stand hot water Making wooden cups The tip of the knife is broken because I forced it too much Making holes in wood using coals Clean the burning part So that the coals can burn on the new parts of the wood Using bamboo as a tool Finishing using sandpaper It’s getting dark and it’s time to rest Getting ready to get to the waterfall The water is very cold