Natural Cures Not Medicine: Homemade Mosquito/Ant/Flea Repellant
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These great DIY firestarters use what you already have on hand: dryer lint, cotton balls, paper towels, etc. Each firestarter stays lit for around 10 minutes, enough time to get a great campfire going!
Directions for how to erect a Teepee. Website gives several detailed tutorials. If you saw the "Vegetative Teepee by Alex Tricoire that is on my Backyard Nirvana board, this site gives a good overview of what to consider in Teepee construction. (Note: There are at least 3 ways I have found to spell Teepee. I'm going with this one.) Bushcraft Camps, Camps Ideas, Buildings Tepee, Stuff, American Indian, Make A Teepees, Erection, Homesteads Survival, Native American
Erecting the tepee
River rocks in a box + garden hose = clean feet. Placed in the sun will heat the stones as well. Brilliant!
Camp Fire Eclairs....I'm not a big eclair fan because of the cream in the middle, but these with the whipped cream...now that may be something I'll try on our next camping trip!! Recipe Boxes, Camps Ideas, Broomstick Pies, Hobo Eclairs, Crescents Rolls, Whipped Cream, Carolynn Recipe, Camps Food, Campfires Food
Hobo Eclairs...must try this when camping.
Food Storage Week #1 in January/June. Accumulate 14 gallons of emergency water per person. This is about 4x24 ct. cases of 16.9 oz. bottles. If you refill your bottles, change them every 6 months. Commercially bottled water can be stored indefinitely. Water Storage, Water Barrels, Rain Barrels, Ready Stores, Food Storage, Storage Containers, Emergency Preparedness, 30 Gallon Water, Drinking Water
"Did you know that you can make a cardboard box into an oven that works just as well as your oven at home? You can! And with this type of oven, you never have to worry about what to eat when the electricity goes out." now as long as the Internet doesn't go out I'm great! Ideas, Cardboard Boxes, Outdoor, Food Storage, Emergency Preparedness, Camps, Survival, Diy, Boxes Ovens
"Did you know that you can make a cardboard box into an oven that works just as well as your oven at home? You can! And with this type of oven, you never have to worry about what to eat when the electricity goes out."
Preserve Eggs Refrigeration Free for up to 1 year with Mineral Oil - You simply apply a solid coat over the egg shell which seals the pores and keeps the oxygen from penetrating the shell. You can then store them in a cool, dark and dry place for up to one year. Sounds crazy, but what do you think our grandparents and great grandparents did without refrigeration? You can also use lard.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, British Columbia, Canada