• 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…

  • Rightline Gear CampRight Truck Tent Manufacturer Review – Chevrolet Avalanche – etrailer.com
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    Rightline Gear CampRight Truck Tent Manufacturer Review – Chevrolet Avalanche – etrailer.com

    The CampRight Chevrolet Avalanche Truck Tent by Rightline Gear lets you camp wherever your Avalanche will take you. It’s really one of our more special tents because the front of the Avalanche opens up so you have complete access to the entire inside of your vehicle. Just simply remove the three-piece tunnel cover., fold down your bench seat and the mid-gate and remove the glass there and you can go all the way into the front of your cab. You’ll see that this truck tent has our standard sky view vent for more ventilation and sleeping under the stars. We have two side windows here and the rear door has…

  • How to Camp in a Tent | Camping
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    How to Camp in a Tent | Camping

    So there’s some stuff you could keep in mind when you’re going to be sleeping in a tent for the first time or pitching a tent for the first time. First, you want to make sure that you’re pitching your tent on dry ground and you really want to look at all the ground that your tent is going to be laying over and make sure there are no tree roots, no rocks and the ground is level. If you pitch your tent so that your head is lower than your feet, you could end up with a really bad headache. So you want to make sure the ground is…

  • Backpacking & Camping Tips : Staying Warm in a Sleeping Bag
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    Backpacking & Camping Tips : Staying Warm in a Sleeping Bag

    Hi, I’m Richard Fields. In this clip we’re going to talk about how to stay warm in your sleeping bag. Of course, zipping it up all the way is, number one. Your bag needs to be on a, a good quality pad to insulate you from the ground, where you’re going to loose most of your heat. Having done that, it’s a good idea if you have some kind of long underwear, polypropylene or wool, top and bottom. That will increase the warmth of the bag quite a bit. On really cold nights, you zip that bag up all the way to where the only thing showing is your face,…

  • 36 Dollar Store Tricks Every Smart Person Should Know
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    36 Dollar Store Tricks Every Smart Person Should Know

    If you’re tight for cash or on a budget, your local Dollar Tree can be your best friend. This is 36 Dollar Store Tricks Every Smart Person Should Know 1. Divvy up candy and snacks for movie night using ordinary shower caddies. Clean organized shower holders!! No fighting & everyone gets some yummies!! 2. Use coffee filters to separate items on a large platter or in a large bowl, or use them as little individual serving bowls on their own! Use them to separate snacks, serve small amounts of dry snacks or as plate dividers. 3. Instead of shelling out for an expensive spice rack, bend cookie cooling sheets into…

  • Beginning Hiking Techniques : Camping & Hiking Cooking Equipment Tips
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    Beginning Hiking Techniques : Camping & Hiking Cooking Equipment Tips

    Hi! This is Chris and on behalf of expertvillage.com in this clip we are going to talk about a little bit about utensils for cooking, what you might want to take along on a day hike or a extended stay. All the things you are going to want are the basic pan for boiling water you could make soups or anything even eggs in these kind of pots. They sort of act as a frying pan as well as a pot. Make sure that it fits on your stove properly, some of them are different sizes and may not fit your stove. Some of the other utensils that you may…

  • Camping with pets: What you need to know
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    Camping with pets: What you need to know

    KIDNAP AN 11-YEAR-OLD GIRL. POLICE SAY IT WAS AN OLDER MAN WITH A SEDAN. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS CLASSED — ASKED TO CALL GRAPH THEM GRESHAM POLICE. DAN: IT’S ALMOST SUMMER, AND THAT MEANS CAMPING FOR MANY FAMILIES IN THE NORTHWEST. FOR PEOPLE WITH PETS, THERE CAN BE SOME UNIQUE CHALLENGES THAT VETERINARIANS WANT YOU TO THINK ABOUT. WE SPOKE WITH DOCTOR JASON NICHOLAS, WHO SAYS YOU SHOULD BE PROTECT YOUR DOGS FROM FLEAS, TICKS, EVEN MOSQUITOES, BUT WITH SPECIALIZED PET SPRAYS, NOT THE HUMAN PRODUCTS. YOU ALSO WANT TO MAKE SURE YOUR DOG GETS USED TO YOUR GEAR, BEFORE YOU HIT THE ROAD. IF YOUR DOG ISN’T FAMILIAR WITH…

  • Camping Tip! How to reduce condensation in your tent!
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    Camping Tip! How to reduce condensation in your tent!

    – Hi, I’m Alan from Tentworld Ipswich, and today I’m going to talk to you about ways to reduce condensation on you while you’re camping. The simplest option is to just have more ventilation in your tent. This can mean that you may need to get a warmer sleeping bag, especially in the colder months. Alternatively, make sure that you’re not going to bed with any sort of wet clothing on. Because that will definitely help definitely increase the amount of condensation you have, and finally, if you get yourself a microfiber towel, and just hang that somewhere inside your tent, that’ll help to absorb a lot of the moisture…

  • Backpacking Stoves – 6 Tips for Max Performance
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    Backpacking Stoves – 6 Tips for Max Performance

    Hello there my friends, John here, and I’m sure that many of you will agree with me when I say that there’s nothing quite like a warm and hearty meal at the end of a long day spent out on the trail. Like most hikers you probably utilize some type of small stove such as this that runs off of a fuel canister for your cooking needs while you’re in the outdoors. Well, in today’s video, I’m going to share a few tips with you on how to best use your stove to maximize the fuel efficiency of your canister and get the most mileage, that you can, out of…

  • Alpkit’s Top 10 Tips for Winter Camping
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    Alpkit’s Top 10 Tips for Winter Camping

    Winter can be pretty challenging and the temptation to stay indoors and turn the heating up some be really strong but with a few minor Adjustments it can also be a great time to get out in the mountains pitch your tent and enjoy the outdoors So here’s our top tips to helping you get out camping this winter As you can see we’ve pitched our tent in a nice open clear area We’re free from any overhanging trees. And then you potential Avalanche risks as nicely that looks underneath these trees It’s not actually the ideal spot for setting up camp the wind picks up in the night This…