• 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…

  • The Importance of RV Weight Distribution & Anti-Sway | Pete’s RV Quick Tips
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    The Importance of RV Weight Distribution & Anti-Sway | Pete’s RV Quick Tips

    Randal Murray: Hey, guys. Randy with Pete’s RV TV here today. Another Quick Tip segment for you. Today, I’m going to talk about something I’m very passionate about, and that is weight distribution and anti-sway. So, most people don’t know what weight distribution is or anti-sway or how it works on. They just see a sales guy tell you that they need it to pull that camper down the road. Let me tell you a little bit about it. So, weight distributing hitches look much like this. This particular one here is going to do two things for us. It’s gonna give [00:00:30] us weight distribution, which is where we…

  • Your next camping meal could be gourmet
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    Your next camping meal could be gourmet

    >>>>>>HELLO>>>HELLO THERE.>>>HELLO THERE. I>>>HELLO THERE. I AM>>>HELLO THERE. I AM MICHAEL. I AM MICHAEL. I AM MICHAEL. I’M I AM MICHAEL. I’M HERE I AM MICHAEL. I’M HERE FOR I AM MICHAEL. I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE DECIDED I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE DECIDED TO I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE DECIDED TO GIVE I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE DECIDED TO GIVE HER I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE DECIDED TO GIVE HER THE I’M HERE FOR MARGARET. WE DECIDED TO GIVE HER THE DAY WE DECIDED TO GIVE HER THE DAY WE DECIDED TO GIVE HER THE DAY…

  • Från Haga Park till Böda Sand och massor däremellan – Gone Camping upplever Öland
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    Från Haga Park till Böda Sand och massor däremellan – Gone Camping upplever Öland

    This windmill is one of more than 300 all across Öland. It symbolizes food and wind, our themes on this journey. Welcome to Gone Camping. We begin by crossing the more than 6,000-meter-long Öland Bridge. Back on firm ground, it feels like you’ve traveled abroad. In Sweden’s smallest province, the air is fresher and the pace lower. The landscape feels like it belongs in another era. Huge fields of flowers dominate the flat terrain, and you see lots of winged monuments from a lost era. 20 minutes south of the bridge, we find Haga Park Camping och Stugor, where we’ll stay a few days. It’s a wonderful facility where hedges…

  • Overnight Hiking in Heavy Rain | Off-Season Olympic Camping Trip
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    Overnight Hiking in Heavy Rain | Off-Season Olympic Camping Trip

    Alright guys, right here in the Quinault. We already walked about two miles, with light rain, and we’re heading to the Chalet for three days. I’m here with my buddy Dave. Howdy, hi. It ain’t raining too bad now, but tomorrow we’re supposed to get soaked, so we’ll see. *Sound of the river* *Sound of creek* So yeah hey, we got about an hour left with daylight, and we have five miles left, but we’ll headlamp the rest and make basecamp in the dark, and if we go check in, we’ll see you tomorrow, if not. Alright guys, we made it to camp and had dinner, and we beat the…

  • Rollin Nerdy – Animal Crossing Pocket Camp – add me to your friend list!
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    Rollin Nerdy – Animal Crossing Pocket Camp – add me to your friend list!

    what’s up guys this is Sean from Rollin nerdy it is December 24th it’s Christmas Eve on 2017 and I’ve uploaded a couple videos about my motorhome already but I can’t really upload that many videos of it yet because I have so much footage and I’m still so busy that it’s really hard for me to go through it all and figure out exactly what I want to do and when so what I’ve been doing at the same time is building it as it was pretty cool timing about a few weeks after I started building this maybe a month you know five six weeks after I started…

  • Tokyo’s Secret Island Paradise | AOGASHIMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN
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    Tokyo’s Secret Island Paradise | AOGASHIMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN

    ONLY in JAPAN I’m in Tokyo. Yes this really is Tokyo. It’s about 360 kilometers away from the city center and I’m on this tropical island in the middle the Pacific for an entire week. There’s lots of things to see and do here, but the thing I love the most about this island is the view. Yeah. Welcome to Aogashima. Central Tokyo is one of the world’s biggest and most well known cities, but it’s a lot bigger than many people think Besides the mountains to its west, Tokyo includes many Pacific islands. The closest ones have airports. There’s Aogashima at the end, but Tokyo doesn’t stop there. You…

  • How to Set Up a Campsite
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    How to Set Up a Campsite

    How to Set Up a Campsite. There’s an art and a science to setting up camp, and we’re going to teach you both. You will need A good spot A water source A cooking area Some wood A tall tree for hanging a food bag and a shovel. Step 1. Pick a spot on level ground that is not so high on a hill that it’s windy, but not so low in a valley that you’ll be at risk of being flooded if it rains. Make sure there are no patches of poison ivy or oak. Step 2. Before you actually pitch your tent, figure out where you’re going to…

  • Backpacking Equipment Tips : Picking Camping Sleeping Bags
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    Backpacking Equipment Tips : Picking Camping Sleeping Bags

    A sleeping bag is a really really important part of your backpacking trip. If you don’t have a good sleeping bag you are going to be uncomfortable and you could even get hypothermia so what you need to do is find out what temperature it is going to be getting down to where ever it is that you are going. My sleeping bag says that it goes down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. It says it right on the back so typically you can take it almost always at whatever the lowest temperature it is, you don’t want to be in the sleeping bag at that temperature because even though it…