• FEMA CDC Accessible: Shelters and Evacuations During a Disaster
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    FEMA CDC Accessible: Shelters and Evacuations During a Disaster

    Hi, my name is Dana Robison, and I’m from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also known as the CDC. I’m here today to talk about shelters and evacuation. When a storm is on the way, local emergency officials may order you and your family to shelter-in-place, which means moving to a safe place inside the building where you are. They may also tell you to evacuate, which means to leave and find a safer building. It is important for safety reasons that you pay attention and not ignore the local emergency official’s order. As local authorities learn more about the disaster, they will share updates with the public…

  • How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select a Sleeping Bag for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select a Sleeping Bag for Camping

    Hi. This is John Stewart and this is how to select and pack your sleeping bag for the camping trip. You can find many different types of sleeping bags in different sizes, shapes. The two different types of styles are going to be a rectangular shape sleeping bag or a mummy style sleeping bag. You can figure out what the rectangular one is. A mummy shaped sleeping bag is cut to the natural shape of your body, so wider at the shoulders and narrower at the feet. There’s two different types of materials you’re going to find with a sleeping bag. You’re going to find down sleeping bags made from…

  • Get Outdoors – Camp Craft – #24 Manage a Campsite
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    Get Outdoors – Camp Craft – #24 Manage a Campsite

    Once you’ve setup your tent you’ll need to work out where the other rooms of the house will go. Watch our ‘Pitching your tent’ video first if you haven’t seen that yet. You’ll need to consider: the kitchen, the living room and the bathroom. Place your kitchen away from the tents and out of the main walkway. You don’t want people tripping over your stove or fire. Place your living room somewhere with enough room for people to sit down and socialize. You’ll be eating and talking here so make sure you’re comfortable and not right on the doorstep of your tent. Use toilet facilities wherever they’re provided. Most DOC…

  • Realistic Drawing – MIA Shelter Dog
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    Realistic Drawing – MIA Shelter Dog

    She is MIA, a 50 Kg shelter dog. According to her photographer, Emma O Brien, she is a lap dog. Get more info about her by following a link inside description area. Next video, I am going to test my luck by posting a speed or realistic drawing video inspired by one of main character of Netflix series “Stranger things”. Keep this channel in your subscription tab if my action plan steals your interest and see you again soon. Enjoy This video

  • Using Hilleberg tents in the snow, above tree line, in an exposed area.
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    Using Hilleberg tents in the snow, above tree line, in an exposed area.

    Using Hilleberg tents in the snow, above tree line, is an exposed area. Use your skis to mark the correct area that you need for your tent. Dig down approximately .5 m (20in) to help protect the tent from high winds. Create a smooth platform with your skis. Tie one of your tent’s guy lines to something heavy, such as your backpack, to keep it from blowing away. Make sure to secure all loose stuff bags. Peg one vestibule into the wind. Make sure your snow anchors are placed as securely as possible. Spread the tent out, and put the poles together. Peg the other vestibule with out making the…

  • Hunting & Camping in Sub Zero Temperatures : Sub Zero Camping: Sleeping on the Ground
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    Hunting & Camping in Sub Zero Temperatures : Sub Zero Camping: Sleeping on the Ground

    In this clip we’re going to talk about features to look for when you’re sleeping on the ground in sub zero temperatures. And some things to avoid when you’re sleeping on the ground in sub zero temperatures. This is what I kind of look for, is I look for a pine tree that gives me a lot of over head shelter from the wind, from the rain, from the snow. And this also will give you a nice bedding to put your sleeping gear on because you’ll have three, six or even eight inches of pine needles down there. You scrape the snow off, get down to the fresh needles,…

  • OZtrail Dusk 450 Fast Frame Tent Tent – Setup Demo
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    OZtrail Dusk 450 Fast Frame Tent Tent – Setup Demo

    – You’ve got a couple straps here holding the tent together, make sure you keep them safe. Now what is a good idea is if you paint the bottom back two feet, that way you’ll know which are the back ones. Just makes it a little bit easier when you are orientating your tent. Let the legs drop out. If you haven’t painted the back like I suggested, now’s the time to see where the doors are. You don’t want to drag your tent around too much. You don’t wanna tear your floor. At this point, just pull up on your legs. Now ’cause this tent is quite large, it…

  • Quality Tent Rentals Western Mass | 413-648-9093 | Western Mass Tent Rentals
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    Quality Tent Rentals Western Mass | 413-648-9093 | Western Mass Tent Rentals

    For 12 years Paul Redeker Rental Company has been providing quality white tents to Greenfield, Amherst, Northampton, Massachusetts, Brattleboro, Vermont, and Jaffrey, NH. We even travel to the Springfield, Massachusetts area, the Berkshires, as well as Central Massachusetts . Please call us at 413-648-9093 to reserve your tent, tables, chairs and event supplies today. Leave the stress of inclement weather to us. Rest assured we do everything to make your outdoor event stress free and seamless. From tents, tables, linens, party supplies, dance floors and more, we can provide you with everything you need for a beautiful outdoor event. Our only concern is your event so call today at 413-648-9093,…

  • How to Take a Family Vacation in 15 “Easy” Steps
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    How to Take a Family Vacation in 15 “Easy” Steps

    How to take a family vacation in 15 “easy” steps. Decide on a vacation spot everyone will love. Which is basically impossible. Until Mom figures it out. Pack everything for everyone. “Thanks for your help, guys.” Leave the house. “Time to go.” Leave the house… “It’s time to go!” Leave the house. “I’m trying! Come on guys! We’re going to miss our flight!” “Why didn’t you just say that, Mom?” Finally leave the house… 40 minutes late. Have your kid declare he’s bored Five minutes into a four-hour flight. Finally make it to the hotel. Watch the kids fight over who gets to plug in his or her device. Until…