• 파전 – pajeon
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    파전 – pajeon

    I woke up in the morning and it snowed in the camping ground. This is the first time it snowed in a camping ground while camping. The snowy landscape is so beautiful. I took some pictures. Let’s take a look. ^^ Now that we’ve looked around, let’s eat something for breakfast. This snowy day is like pajeon. ^^ I like pajeon so much. So, I prepare a lot to eat once or twice. First, prepare the dough. Then light the gas burner and heat the pan. Cut the chives in half and place them on a greased pan. And then put the other half up. Chewing~~~ Chewing~ And pour the…

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    Solo Winter Camping – Ice fishing on Doe Lake [Frontenac Challenge Part 12]

    Welcome to Conjuring Rock, where we enjoy all season camping and fishing. It’s number 12. The twelth month! The last episode of the Frontenac Challenge. I’ve never been to the Doe Lake campsite before its site number two So let’s go check it out and do some ice fishing. So my plan; Start here just like the sign says and then we’re gonna go down here. Keep going, past the Kemp Mine, because we have too much stuff to carry, and we’re going to the lookout, down the lookout onto the lake, because our campsite is down here. [Sigh] I’m a little out of shape. So I’m walking the Doe…

  • Queens Birthday Weekend | Murray River Winter Camp (PT 2)
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    Queens Birthday Weekend | Murray River Winter Camp (PT 2)

    good morning beautiful tube of u’ers 7:20 a.m. moist don’t night no rain plenty of any of jus and dab on the lashes Carl’s covered in it tables covered in it for the kettle’s on Oh it’s stirring I’ll get that rig out in a minute morning yeah yeah we got I guess I think I’ll change that out so I dumped it was last night that’s a great thing about these boxes a little bit rubber seal c-jun occasion boxes edge asleep to 9:30 was it yeah that’s why woke up with six toilet seats covered in water Carl’s drenched just started or up dual battery system so no…

  • Heavy Rain Tent Set Up and Take Down How-to
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    Heavy Rain Tent Set Up and Take Down How-to

    How to set up a backpacking tent in the rain. First, select a campsite where the water is going to run away from the shelter. Second, leave the rainfly near the top of your backpack and set up using a trekking pole. Third, add inner tent under the protection of the shelter and enjoy. Now let’s take down the tent first remove the inner tent. Second, take down the rain fly shelter and trekking pole. Now pack into your backpack. we hope this was helpful!

  • Hammock Camping In Winter! Backpacking with Hammocks and Hot Tents!
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    Hammock Camping In Winter! Backpacking with Hammocks and Hot Tents!

    very epic gourmet meal tonight.. I am losing daylight pretty quick here.. questioning whether I’m making the right choice.. Yep, this is ridiculous! We are doing some backcountry gourmet winter camping we got hammock setups we got a bunch of hottents should be a good freakin time late start to the trip cause we have to go and bail some tourists but Marty is a freakin hero these people don’t realize they’re getting saved by royalty here but we’re about to hit the trail kids it’s freaking cold my hands are frozen feel like it’s been forever that they’ve been chatting with this dude and awesome to finally get on…

  • [SUB] 한달에 15만원으로 나만의 겨울별장을? 동계장박 시작! │ 동계캠핑, 동계장박 [장박일기 1]
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    [SUB] 한달에 15만원으로 나만의 겨울별장을? 동계장박 시작! │ 동계캠핑, 동계장박 [장박일기 1]

    I’m on my way to build my 2nd house for winter camping. winter camping? 2nd house? you know what I mean? The biggest concern for camping is setting up and breaking camp. I mean tents and lots of camping funitures. I’ll use this camp like a second house for winter camping. Winter camping is different from other seasons. Reason why, winter camping requires lots of heavy luggages. So this winter, I am gonna also enjoy winter camping in my camping sight. I arrived at the camping site for this winter. I’m looking forward to seeing this place covered with snow. The cost of using the camping ground is 150,000 won…

  • Winter Tent Tips with Bo Hilleberg
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    Winter Tent Tips with Bo Hilleberg

    Hey. I’m Bosse Hilleberg. And I’m here with one of our tents, the Keron 3. I will try to show you how we secure the tent to use the tents in the winter. And that what we say here is not only for this tent, it’s more or less for all different models. So, let’s go on. You can erect the tent in different ways in the winter. Here I dug down the tent, because I think that that is the most secure way of having the tent in the winter. Dig down, so the wind can’t touch it as if it’s standing on the snow surface. I often dig…

  • Winter Camping after Freezing Rain – Frontenac Challenge Part 11
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    Winter Camping after Freezing Rain – Frontenac Challenge Part 11

    Welcome back to Conjuring Rock where we enjoy all season camping and fishing and today we are really showing you how all-weather we are. It’s the last of the month, so I was really cutting it close for completing the challenge for this month and we got a whole bunch of freezing rain overnight and we’re expecting non-stop rain so this episode is gonna be wet and icy. I think we’re ready, let’s go. This is gonna be fun Oh this isn’t any better over here A-Ha! Oh, that’s so cute. So a very real concern that you must have if you’re out in the woods and everything’s covered with…

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    Finding a Windless Snow Campsite Above the Tree Line

    (footsteps crunching on snow) (wind blowing) – Good morning campers, it’s winter once again. There’s the snow tent. In previous years, we’ve made the mistake of putting our tent in places. where there was just too much wind, such as too close to ridge tops or mountain tops and in some of those videos, we focused on building a wall, a small wall around the tent, you may remember one video titled, Snow Tent Blasted By Spindrift. This year, we’d like to focus more on selecting the right campsite, that is a campsite, where there is almost no wind. The last few days, the wind has been traveling in that…