• Make a video tutorial to explain how to set up a camping tent. Part 2. Evidence No 5
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    Make a video tutorial to explain how to set up a camping tent. Part 2. Evidence No 5

    Avoid setting up in low areas if there’s a chance of rain Avoid setting up in low areas if there’s a chance of rain Avoid setting up in low areas if there’s a chance of rain It’s not recommended that you camp on a day where there’s a likelihood of rain in the first place, but just in case, it’s a good idea not to set your campsite in a depression in the ground. It’s not recommended that you camp on a day where there’s a likelihood of rain in the first place, but just in case, it’s a good idea not to set your campsite in a depression in…

  • MSR Elixir 2 Hiking Tent – How to Setup – Key Features – How to Use Review
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    MSR Elixir 2 Hiking Tent – How to Setup – Key Features – How to Use Review

    – Hi, I’m Hannah from Tentworld in Warana, on the Sunshine Coast, and we’re going to have a look at a hiking tent today, the MSR Elixir 2. As you can see it comes packed down fairly small in its case and it weighs 2.64 kilos packed down. So we’re gonna have a look at setting it up. So this is a four season tent, so that means you can use it pretty much every weather condition. It’s super breathable which means you can use it in hot Australian summers even if it’s humid, but it can also withstand really bad weather so if you wanted to go off on…

  • Backpacking Gear & Tips : Shoe Fitting for Camping & Backpacking
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    Backpacking Gear & Tips : Shoe Fitting for Camping & Backpacking

    I’m going to talk a little bit about shoe fit now. When you go to an outfitter, there’s going to be someone there who’s going to be a boot fitter. And it’s their job to find the right boot or shoe for you. And their going to have an idea of, in their stock, what the different fits are for their boots. So pick their brain a little bit and find out what they know about the shoes that they carry perhaps even others. When they pick out a few for you, when you get them on your feet you?re going to have to do a couple things. The first…

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    Stealth Camping at Tunnel Bridges / Washouts – Bicycle Road trip Tour Vlog #12

    Bicycle Touring Road Trip Eastbound Across the Southwest USA – Vlog #12 Tunnel and Bridge Stealth Camping and Tips there were many times during my cross country travel that I couldn’t find any trees or bushes to stealth camp at… eventually I figured out that I could go down around the base of the tunnel bridges, or washouts some call them, and pitch a shelter which was usually my tarp or military poncho… as you can see, I could camp in these locations undetected from passers by on the road above… this first location was a pretty good sized bridge that made for easy bicycle stealth camping. There was a…

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    Vacation Journal Android App Overview

    Welcome to Majorforms Vacation Journal. It’s a brand new application that allows you to document a trip or vacation that you take. Let me show you on this opening screen that comes up on your smart phone the trip that we setup on our recent vacation to Orlando. The main thing that you want to keep in mind is that not only does it let you setup information about the trip, such things like participants on the trip and then allows you to create events underneath each trip so you can come over here and create an event. You can see each one of those events that are labeled here.…

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    Carinthia Observer Plus Biwakzelt IRR – Testbericht Gear Review

    Hey Guys today i introduce you to the Bivy Tent Observer Plus from Carinthia. I’ve already tested it for a while and will tell you a little bit about it. Have fun and see you later! The bivy tent of Carinthia, in contrast to a normal bivy bag has free-standing poles that forms a kind of dome at the head end. Through this expanded space, the one-man tent is good for observation, wildlife photography as a hiding place or for hunting. Of course it can also be used as inconspicuous weatherproof one-man camping tent. The Observer Plus will be delivered in a spacious pack sack with compression straps and has,…

  • Hiking, Fogata y Camping S:1
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    Hiking, Fogata y Camping S:1

    ¡Hola a todos! Soy Mayra Matos. Espero que estén en su casa haciendo su lista de deseos, su becket list o sacando los sueños que tenían en la gaveta. Y si no te interesa hacer una lista porque la pasamos chevere y ves el video por entretenimiento. El episodio de hoy me tiene muy emocionada porque pude hacer algo que queria hacer desde adolescente y eso es que: Como era mi primera vez acampando se me hizo un poco complicado tuve unas situaciones me pasaron otras cosas Quise ayudarlos a ustedes Así que hice unas reglas para que ustedes se dejen llevar Y puedan acampar sin ningún problema. Escoge un…

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    Camping In Hong Kong

    A lesson I’ve learnt whilst living in HK is that it’s all about finding a balance. Sometimes you have to take a break from the urban jungle and head to greener pastures. Camping is something I had always wanted to try. So I rallied up a group of friends who were all brave enough to face no running water, no power, no toilet and no Facebook. Finding the perfect camping spot in Hong Kong’s great outdoors is a journey in itself. We picked Tung Lung Chau in the New Territories. To get there, we lugged our camping gear and took a 30 minute ferry ride together with other weekend campers.…

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    How to Set Up an A-Frame Tent

    How to Set Up an A-Frame Tent. Although other tent designs have gained popularity, the A-frame is still preferred by many backpackers. You will need An a-frame tent A hammer or mallet Tent stakes Tent poles Guy ropes and a tent fly. Step 1. Locate a flat, open area that is away from stands of trees. Clear any rocks, sticks, and other sharp objects from the ground. Step 2. Stake down the four corners of the tent. Pull the tent tight as you hammer in each stake at a 45-degree angle. Step 3. Assemble the tent’s support poles and erect the tent. In traditional A-frame tents, separate poles are placed…