• .50 Caliber Fondue Pot – For a Dinner Party, Tailgating, or Camping.
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    .50 Caliber Fondue Pot – For a Dinner Party, Tailgating, or Camping.

    Hello and thank you for your interest in the .50 Caliber Fondue Pot from AmmoBoxCreations.com. When you’re ready to use your Fondue Pot, you’ll want to open the box, and remove the parts. First is the fuel tray. Then the shelf. Then the fuel can. And finally, the fondue pan. The first thing you’ll want to install is the fuel tray. The reason this is necessary is the .50 caliber can has a bump that runs the length of the bottom, and we don’t want the fuel resting on an unstable surface. So we’ll install the fuel tray just in front of the access door. Next, we’ll install the shelf…

  • Winter Camping with Hexpeak XL Tipi and 3W Tent Stove
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    Winter Camping with Hexpeak XL Tipi and 3W Tent Stove

    Winter backpacking is one of our favorite ways to spend time in the backcountry, when it involves a hot tent. We backpacked into a beautiful location with the Luxe Hexpeak XL and 3W wood stove and enjoyed a cozy evening around the stove, with good food and company. A light snowfall to calm the evening before bed. Starting the morning with a hot cup of coffee, straight from the heat of the wood stove is our way to enjoy a winter day in the backcountry.

  • Hot Tent Comparison | Wood Stove Jack Shelters Guide 2019
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    Hot Tent Comparison | Wood Stove Jack Shelters Guide 2019

    This is a basic guide to help you find which Luxe hot tent is right for you, as a rule of thumb, depending on the size of the stove, it can take up to one third of the floor space inside the tent. Megahorn XL sleeps up to six with stove, includes the pole and buckle in floor. The Hercules sleeps up to six people with stove, and has vertical walls, which maximizes living space. Twinpeak hot tent sleeps up to four people with wood stove, it features a large tent awning. Megahorn teepee sleeps up to three with a wood stove, and features two doors and no-see-um bug screen.…

  • Snowy winter camping with Amok Draumr 3.0 / Norwegian forest (Subtitled)
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    Snowy winter camping with Amok Draumr 3.0 / Norwegian forest (Subtitled)

    Back for new adventures! Now i find myself close to a road, as you can hear.. I have walked for about.. max 10min from Marius.. Drove to Marius, parked my car there and walked Went into the forest, but instead of going left, where we always hike I went straight forward.. Just found this place Which looks amazing Reminds me of Femundsmarka national park With the small Spruce heather and ground Loads of raven here aswell! I have my Amok with me Marius got his Amok aswell! Not sure if im going to set it up before he comes.. He`s gone atm.. coming later Prob about 4-5 pm 2pm atm…

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    Camp Gear – Food and Water (Napisy PL) Sprzęt Obozowy – Jedzenie i Woda

    hi welcome to Simon’s discoveries so today I wanted to talk to you about my food and water for the Henry W house state park trip so let’s just go inside and have a look at my equipment okay so what was i eating don’t ask me why I’ve brought so little it’s probably because my calorie intake varies greatly depending on the type of activity I’m involved in so when I don’t do a lot I just don’t burn that much I can basically just go without food for a half a day or something not feeling hungry or anything and then when my activity increases my footing that…

  • Simple “Tent Peg” Cooking Stove
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    Simple “Tent Peg” Cooking Stove

    Hey guys, I brought you out to the mountains today. To show you a cool little camping hack You can do with only three to four tent pegs. So if you’re hiking backpacking or camping and forgot your stove Here’s a simple little hack that just might save the day now the idea here is really simple We’re just gonna push three to four tent pegs down into the ground You can really go as deep as you want. You can see already a couple inches in it’s really firm Ihnihnihhjnbjo job u B bunih hnWe just need enough of a gap that we can build a small fire Or…

  • Best Camping Stoves Review | Best Backpacking Stove
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    Best Camping Stoves Review | Best Backpacking Stove

    easylifedeal.com presents five best camping stoves best overall camp chef Everest – burner stove the Camp Chef avarice stove gets high praise from campers for its performance ease-of-use and overall value despite its compact size the two powerful 20000 BT burners can handle all your cooking needs while you’re camping with a matchless ignition system you can start the stove with just the push of a button the nickel coated steel cooking grate is strong enough to hold your pots and pans with plenty of cooking space you can check these products price and customer reviews from the description links below best budget gas 1 GS 3000 stove is a…

  • MOST FUEL EFFICIENT ALCOHOL STOVE Ultralight Mini Micro Alcohol POCKET SIZE/KEYCHAIN STOVE
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    MOST FUEL EFFICIENT ALCOHOL STOVE Ultralight Mini Micro Alcohol POCKET SIZE/KEYCHAIN STOVE

    In this video I show you a DIY mini micro ultra light backpacking pocket/keychain stove that I made I tell you why I made the ultra light pocket stove and how it is far superior in efficiency over commonly used ‘aluminum can penny stoves’ I made this ultra light backpacking stove out of an aluminum flashlight I had laying around that didn’t work anyways these little mini micro pocket stoves also make great waterproof survival containers for things such as fishing kits and fire tender/starter as you can see here the diy pocket stove can easily fit onto a keychain and in your pocket without being too bulky alcohol stoves…

  • Camp Cooking with a Tin Can Camp Stove – GardenFork
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    Camp Cooking with a Tin Can Camp Stove – GardenFork

    – Today I’m gonna show you how to make this really cool tin can camp stove. Make, Fix, Grow, Cook. GardenFork. Hey, how ya doing? I was cleaning out some, we had salmon or tuna or something, and I kind of had a memory flashback to when we were kids and we would make these really cool burner, fire starter cooker things out of some cardboard, some wax, and tin cans. So I wanted to take you down memory lane today. I think this is kind of practical for today as well. I think it’s good to be prepared, but it’s also good if you have kids and they want…