• 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…

  • What You Need to Know About Freedom Camping in New Zealand
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    What You Need to Know About Freedom Camping in New Zealand

    It’s the dream right: parking up among the stunning scenery of New Zealand in your car or campervan to camp for the night? Well, that isn’t always the reality of a campervan trip in New Zealand. In order to keep New Zealand beautiful, there are restrictions on where you can camp for free, more commonly known as freedom camping. So to set the record straight, here’s everything you need to know about freedom camping in New Zealand, coming right up… What’s up guys! We’re Robin and Laura, the team behind BackpackerGuide.NZ, helping you plan an epic trip to New Zealand. In today’s video, we’re gonna go through where exactly can…

  • 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.

  • How To Sleep Better Outdoors
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    How To Sleep Better Outdoors

    A good night’s sleep is essential for getting the most enjoyment out of your time in the outdoors. Here are a few tips that will help you get the best night’s sleep possible, wake up feeling rested, refreshed, and ready to start a new day. You’ll want to begin choosing the best campsite possible. Preferably one that offers protection from the elements, has a flat level area large enough to pitch your tent, and smooth ground free from any obstructions or debris. When setting up your tent or shelter, make sure to do so as securely as possible. This will ensure that it offers the protection you need throughout the…

  • BOX FORT ZOMBIE BUNKER BASE IN THE WOODS!! 📦🔥 24 Hour Challenge
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    BOX FORT ZOMBIE BUNKER BASE IN THE WOODS!! 📦🔥 24 Hour Challenge

    previously on Samba week infecting the people it’s the only way that I can ensure I’ll be the richest person activating the virus now slim we wave go to see Walker no he’s not a Walker what’s your name this is where the parents hiding out he’s waiting for the infection to spread and for everyone to die gotta go there you gotta go there there is a cure we can go there and we can stop this thing I need to tell Logan about this I need the files I need to get back to base camp I gotta go what every single play he’s in trouble Mugen I…

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    How to Repair a Broken Tent Pole – EASY

    – Welcome to Tomahawk DIY everyone, I’m Mike. (rushing water) Here I am camping in the beauties of Yellowstone (National Park). Enjoying geysers, wildlife. And, my tent here had a great big wind storm come through on our last camping trip down in Southern Utah. Tore it up, and it broke at least three tent poles. I want to show you how I used FiberFix to fix them. So, you can see when this windstorm blew the whole tent over, it was staked down, and yet the whole thing blew over, filled with our gear. It was quite wind that came through. Ripped some holes in it and broke some…

  • Wood Gas Stove SCIENCE! V5.4 Secondary Air VORTEX!
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    Wood Gas Stove SCIENCE! V5.4 Secondary Air VORTEX!

    welcome to wood gas stove science where I attempt to learn science behind wood gas stoves this is secondary air port experiment part five-point four… in this experiment I use the optimized primary air port layout Arrived at in previous videos I Tweaked the secondary air ports so the air enters the burn chamber at an angle fuel parameters are kept same throughout the experiments… one measured cup wood pellets and 1 tablespoon wood pellets soaked in HEET from the yellow bottle by five minutes into the burn all sixteen secondary air ports have good flame and the Jets at an angle seem to be causing the vortex well very…

  • Camping Tip! How to reduce condensation in your tent!
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    Camping Tip! How to reduce condensation in your tent!

    – Hi, I’m Alan from Tentworld Ipswich, and today I’m going to talk to you about ways to reduce condensation on you while you’re camping. The simplest option is to just have more ventilation in your tent. This can mean that you may need to get a warmer sleeping bag, especially in the colder months. Alternatively, make sure that you’re not going to bed with any sort of wet clothing on. Because that will definitely help definitely increase the amount of condensation you have, and finally, if you get yourself a microfiber towel, and just hang that somewhere inside your tent, that’ll help to absorb a lot of the moisture…

  • Get Outdoors – Camp Craft – #23 Pitch a Tent
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    Get Outdoors – Camp Craft – #23 Pitch a Tent

    Setting up a tent is not as hard as it looks. But there are lots of different types of tents. So make sure you check your manufacturer’s instructions on how to set it up and how to take good care of it. If it’s your first time heading out practice setting up your tent at home first. This way you’ll know exactly what you’re doing once you get to your campsite. In this episode we’re going to learn how to choose a suitable campsite… how to set up your tent and how to peg out guy lines. It’s always best to practice camping in an already established campsite. Doing this…