• Best Folding Wood Stove
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    Best Folding Wood Stove

    What’s up guys how y’all doing? I know you want to see another Harvesting honey video, but I need to take a break because lifting all those boxes and doing this all day I need a break so tomorrow. I’ll probably do part 3 harvesting video But today I got something awesome to show you look how little this thing is This is actually a folding wood stove let’s see what this thing is all about. Look how amazing this thing is you open it like this pull it out BOOM! Now what we do is open it, whoa. That’s a lot of opening stuff I Have no idea how…

  • The Ultimate Chicken Stir Fry – Cooking in the Garden – Bushcraft Style Cooking
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    The Ultimate Chicken Stir Fry – Cooking in the Garden – Bushcraft Style Cooking

    the ultimate chicken stir fry – cooking in garden – bushcraft style cooking collecting leaves for fire making outdoor kitchen outdoor campfire tomatoes egg plant green mangoes cabbage add cooking oil add chicken cook chicken until it gets brown add cooking oil red onion green tomatoes add red tomatoes egg plant, cabbage, carrots, green chilli when these vegetables cooked, mix them with already fried chicken now add fresh lemon again put on fire our chicken stir fry is ready

  • 10 Best 1 person tent
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    10 Best 1 person tent

    rocks wiki dot-com best product advisor behind Amazon rocks wiki dot-com presents 10 best one person tent let’s see which one person tent is best for you to buy starting with the list number one tent name snug pack the ionosphere one man dome tent 94 inches by 39 inches by 28 inches nylon tent information the ionosphere by snug pack is an extremely small and compact 1 person tent the ionosphere has a very low profile and is great for those looking for a one-person tent to keep out of the elements just like the bunker the scorpion three and scorpion two the ionosphere also has a 5,000 millimeters…

  • World’s Strong Rubber Bands – DIY Ranger Bands Hiking & Camping with Just Plain Phillip
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    World’s Strong Rubber Bands – DIY Ranger Bands Hiking & Camping with Just Plain Phillip

    Hi friends this is Just Plain Phillip with Go Backpacking. Today I’d like to talk to you about Ranger Bands. Ranger bands are rubber bands which are made of inner tubes. Here’s a inner tube for a wheelbarrow wheel. This one is for a bicycle. So Ranger Bands are easy to make. Cut any width… piece of rubber and you have a rubber band. Now the thicker you make them, the less they will expand So You can take one like this and seal up a bag, like this one. I can put my cook set in this one. Or you can cut some bigger ones… [and] put them on…

  • Choosing the Right Gear for River Canoeing & How to Dress
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    Choosing the Right Gear for River Canoeing & How to Dress

    This episode of Paddle TV is brought to you by the ACA—improving the paddlesports experience for over a century. Learn more at American canoe dot org To make your river paddling experience as enjoyable and safe as possible, it’s important that you have the right gear. And so that’s what we’re gonna look at in this video. Probably the most important gear to consider for a river canoeing trip is what you’ll wear. When it comes to dressing for canoeing, if you’re lucky enough to be dressing for warm conditions your biggest challenge will be staying cool and protected from the sun. If you’re paddling in cold water, you need…

  • Camping Gear : Camping Altimeters
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    Camping Gear : Camping Altimeters

    Some people use an altimeter to help them navigate. And altimeter is basically a barometer that is used to determine your altitude. How high you are up in the mountains. On the map, the contour lines give you an idea of elevation. Basically what you’re doing is as you’re walking along a trail you will find a point on the trail and set your altimeter. Say we start out here at Little Rock Knob. It says its 4,918 feet. So I take this and set it about that high and as I walk along and go up and down in elevation the air pressure will change. It will basically go…

  • Lightweight Wild Camping Gear Waterfly 40L Rucksack Foldable
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    Lightweight Wild Camping Gear Waterfly 40L Rucksack Foldable

    after them gates hey I want to say thanks to water flight for the 40 litre Rock suck I got governed their Rock suck so I’ll give you a look this is going to be my cat or we’ll camp in spring summer the cat is six a kilograms so lightweight I don’t know if that would come under that is ultimately what oh wait wait wait well cut a look at the bike and there I’ll empty all the contents the actual box that only weighs think it was about 700 drums and it’s got you know cords at the bottom your usual people love what if I rock…

  • Wagon Camping in the 1800s and Recipes from Lewis & Clark
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    Wagon Camping in the 1800s and Recipes from Lewis & Clark

    Frank Paluka lived here bring the turn of the century He died from a rattlesnake bite in 1936 and is buried with the snake let’s go down the road a little further i wanna show you are really cool campsite next to the lake. The forest service has put up barricades so you don’t park too close to the lake. This is a good place to camp American beauty berry bushes keep the mosquitoes away Turks Cap are edible greens and the flowers are sweet and the young leaves the tender leaves are tasty are like them just as a salad raw or they can be cooked Passion Vines provide…

  • Backpacking & Camping Tips : How to Pitch a Tent
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    Backpacking & Camping Tips : How to Pitch a Tent

    Hi I’m Richard Fields. Today we are going to talk about how to pitch a tend. The first thing you are going to want to do is if this tent is new to you set it up at home. Practice with it there. You are not going to want to be out in the wilderness and find out that you don’t have all the parts and have no clue how to set it up. Having done that, the first thing you will want to do whether you choose to use a ground cloth or not is to prepare the ground. You want to select a place that doesn’t have any…

  • How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Pack Tent Poles for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Pack Tent Poles for Camping

    Hi, this is John Stewart and this is how to pack your tent poles for a weekend camping trip. You don’t want to take and roll up your tent poles with your tent because it takes up a lot of room. So you’re going to pack and stuff down your tent and put it on the inside of your pack. Since your tent poles are normally longer than the inside of your pack, you always want to take and put these on the outside of the pack. You can strap these right on the outside. They don’t have to worry about getting them wet because you’ll have a pack cover…