• 2018  Lexor-TS By Pleasure-Way B At The 2017 Dallas RV Super Sale
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    2018 Lexor-TS By Pleasure-Way B At The 2017 Dallas RV Super Sale

    alright we will take a look and a player away Class B diesel this is all a beat built on a ram chassis fully self-contained Class B diesel was holding tanks for fresh and wastewater 12v power supply into a power places and this one even has a generator Class B diesel maybe you do some serious serious boom document this or just some weekend family traveled up the seats back here that convert into a bed together we got a two burner propane fired stove for cooking up dead by an egg break this is ashley Lou stainless steel sink for washing your big and you think Class B…

  • 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…

  • How to Choose Backpacking Sleeping Pads || REI
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    How to Choose Backpacking Sleeping Pads || REI

    for the sake of both comfort and warmth sleeping pads are crucial to getting a good night’s rest in the backcountry but how do you know which ones right for you let’s talk about how to choose backpacking sleeping pads when choosing a sleeping pad there are three main factors that you’ll want to consider and those are comfort weight and inflation comfort generally comes from thicker cushy or sleeping pads but you can gauge this by trying out a couple you can do that at your local REI weight is pretty self-explanatory which leads us to insulation most manufacturers will use a number called an r-value to gauge how…

  • Camping Gear : Camping Gear Compasses
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    Camping Gear : Camping Gear Compasses

    I am going to talk about campuses now there a handy thing to help you keep on track. There is a number of different styles of campuses and you can really get confused looking at them. But you really need to look at what kind of navigating your going to do. If your going to use a map my preference is some form of a base plate campus. Base plate campus has a little plate and you can use that plate to line up between a couple objects on the map. There are also ones with a sighting mirror that allows you to hold it look through it like a…

  • Gone Bushcraft: Wood Burning Gasifier Stove Demonstration
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    Gone Bushcraft: Wood Burning Gasifier Stove Demonstration

    This wood burning stove has a double wall, which allows pre-heated air to flow up in to the combustion chamber. The pre-heated air combines with smoke and wood gas to create a secondary combustion. The stove breaks down into four parts, which pack together nicely. A bit of a false start there… Pine fatwood to the rescue! This full pot of water boils in about 3-4 minutes. It’s important to keep feeding bio mass into the combustion chamber. The stove burns very efficiently, so you don’t need a lot of fuel to keep the stove running.

  • Crispy Fried Chicken Wings With fried Potatoes – Outdoor Cooking (Bushcraft Style Cooking)
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    Crispy Fried Chicken Wings With fried Potatoes – Outdoor Cooking (Bushcraft Style Cooking)

    Crispy Fried Chicken Wings With fried Potatoes Outdoor Cooking (Bushcraft Style Cooking) washing chicken wings collecting woods for making fire making of our outood kitchen outdoor kitchen making of potatoechips ginger ginger and green chili coriander powder, black pepper powder, red chili powder soy sauce cooking oil lemon juice mixing all ingredient with chicken wings adding cooking oil to pan garlic adding chicken wings into hot oil in pan after fired take them out now potato chips into hot oil taking potato chips out after they get fried

  • 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…

  • How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select Shirts & Pants for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select Shirts & Pants for Camping

    Hi. This is John Stewart and this is how to select your shirts and pants for a weekend camping trip. When you decide to go camping you need to pick which clothing you’re going to wear. You’re going to pick clothing according to the season and the weather for the weekend you’re going to go camping. If you’re going winter hiking you’re going to definitely want to take warmer clothes. Long pants, long sleeve shirts, layers, fleece, stuff like that. If you’re doing some summer camping; some real light moisture wicking shirts are going to work great; shorts, definitely some wool socks, stuff like that. That’s the stuff you’re going…

  • How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Pack GPS Equipment for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Pack GPS Equipment for Camping

    Hi, this is John Stewart, and this is how to select and pack your GPS for a weekend camping trip. A GPS is going to be really nice for a weekend camping trip or any length of a camping trip, just because a GPS does a many different things. You can get GPS’s that do very simple things and tell you what direction your heading. They have compasses on them, they tell you longitude and latitude, and then they tell you, show you different locations to where you are. Plus you can also get GPS’s that’ll do just about anything for you. You can take and plug in data to…