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2005 Gulf Stream Scenic Cruiser

Glamping Pillow {Dollar Store DIY} | Dash of DIY | a little DIY in your everyday life

Glamping Pillow {Dollar Store DIY}

HOW TO KEEP YOUR FOOD DRY IN A COOLER WHILE CAMPING… Genius !!! Place ice and cans at the bottom of the cooler. Place cooling racks on top of the cans. Now you have a nice dry shelf to place food on.

Salad in a jar- good idea for camping. As long as dressing and lettuce do not touch in the jar, they can be made 5 days in advance while staying fresh with the lid screwed tight. Genius!

Why settle for your normal tent floor. Take an extra blanket.. ie carpet. Then maybe a throw for some color. This looks great!!!

junkaholique: our wedding

Noreen Drexel greets John and Jackie Kennedy at the Tiffany Ball in Newport ~ mrsjohnfkennedy

This is my camping pantry. Everything I need is easy to access and I can close the hatch at night to keep the critters out of our food. I used Gracious Living drawer units with different drawer sizes. Left side contains: cutlery, utensils, plates bowls, cups juice. Middle contains: bread, snacks, spices, coffee baking. Right contains: bread, pantry and miscellaneous.

make toothpaste dots, let them dry, sprinkle them with baking soda then pop them into a bag. When camping, put one in your mouth and chew--add water and brush.

bar of soap, slip it in a knee high and knot it to the spigot at your campsite-- handy dandy washing station

Family Camping: The Inspiration
  • Kathy Faul

    many years ago at a Girl Scout training session they showed the leaders how to do this...still a neat trick!

  • Cathy McLeod

    Ryan Osborn, what the hell does any of your religious crap have to do with this pin?

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Good idea for camping- use an old belt to hang things from a tree

Know Your Stuff: The 110 Best DIY Tips Ever

50 Things to Grill in Foil --- perfect for camping

50 Things to Grill in Foil : Recipes and Cooking : Food Network

Carry Seasoning in a Straw Use straws to store salt, pepper, and spices for camping trips. Heat one end of a clear plastic straw with a lighter, then crimp it with your fingers or a multitool. Fill the straw with the desired seasoning, and repeat the process on the other end. Just snip off one of the ends when you’re cooking, and reseal it when you’re done. Store in a plastic bag in case of a leak

Hunting, Fishing, and Camping Tips from Field & Stream Readers