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an image of some food being cooked on the stove top and in front of rocks
Campfire Cooking – A Pagosa Hint by Stacy Boone - Pagosa Springs Journal
two pictures with different types of fire and some type of something in the middle one has blue yarn wrapped around it
Index of
Best DIY Camping Hacks - #campingactivities #bestcampingequipment
three bottles of insect repellent sitting next to each other on a piece of wood
Easy DIY Natural TICK Repellent
TICK REPELLENT RECIPE 1 cup white vinegar 1/2 cup water 20 drops Eucalyptus EO 20 drops Lavender EO 15 drops Peppermint EO
the different types of food that are in this info sheet, including hot dogs and hamburgers
campingadvice.us
Here are a few cool campfire tricks! Change the color of the flames, or create flares and sparks for campfire story effects! Click the image to see our selection of fire starters, and while your there check out our blog for a larger version of this graphic. #Camping #Campfire #Fun #campinghacks #FamilyCamping
an instagram page for hiking hacks and tricks
23 Simple And Essential Hiking Hacks
23 Simple And Essential Hiking Hacks You’ll be king of the trail. posted on July 31, 2013
Zombie Apocalypse Survival, Survival Shelter, Survival Techniques, Zombie Survival
How to Build a Shelter
there are two pictures of stone ovens made out of rocks and logs, one is cooking food
Stone Oven -How to Build / Use Primitive Cooking Technology-
As a history lesson or possible backyard project, this stone oven is a handy piece of knowledge worth consideration.
What to look for when your out camping Survival Tips, Emergency Preparedness, Animal Tracks, Outdoor Survival, Survival Prepping
What to look for when your out camping
1. Dig the fire chamber. Excavate a pit 1 foot in diameter and 1 foot deep. Now widen the base of the chamber a few inches so it has a juglike shape. This lets you burn larger pieces of wood.2. Dig the air tunnel. Start a foot away from the edge of the chamber, on the upwind side, and carve out a molelike tunnel 5 or 6 inches in diameter, angling down toward the base of the fire chamber.3. Build your fire in the chamber and top the hole with a grate or green saplings stout enough to hold a pot o Echipament Tactic
1. Dig the fire chamber. Excavate a pit 1 foot in diameter and 1 foot deep. Now widen the base of the chamber a few inches so it has a juglike shape. This lets you burn larger pieces of wood.2. Dig the air tunnel. Start a foot away from the edge of the chamber, on the upwind side, and carve out a molelike tunnel 5 or 6 inches in diameter, angling down toward the base of the fire chamber.3. Build your fire in the chamber and top the hole with a grate or green saplings stout enough to hold a pot o
a fire pit made out of logs and wood with eggs in it's center
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