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    Camping and Survival


    Camping and Survival

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    Great camping idea! Make the trip to the showers a little easier, toiletries on a lanyard. Easy to carry, easy to hang.

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    Just because you're preparing for hurricane disasters doesn't mean you have to eat like a poor college student. These meals in jars have shelf lives of 5 to 7 years. This blog has instructions on how to make a large variety of meals that can be prepared with minimal effort and resources.

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    Walking Tacos: much better name than tacos in a bag. Needs regular doritos though and open it sideways.

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    Campfire Eclairs - Making Memories With Your Kids

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    Sold Out After Crisis

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    Preparing for a natural disaster- These meals in jars have shelf lives of 5 to 7 years. You can make a large variety of meals that can be prepared with minimal effort and resources using this jar meal method

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    Campfire Cones - genius!

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    Camfire cones.. fill your cones with any combo of ingredients below, wrap in foil and place in fire. Chocolate chips Butterscotch morsels White chocolate morsels Walnuts Peanuts Almonds Toffee pieces Mini marshmallows Brown sugar Coconut Cocoa nibs (raw chocolate) Banana pieces Dried fruit

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    25 Delicious Camping Recipes from sixsistersstuff.com. From dinner to dessert, there is something all your campers will love! #camping #recipes

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    Don't waste.. Reuse those pesky silica gel packets!

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    i wanna go camping now...

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    Another way to collect water is to make a solar still. To do this, you'll need some plastic sheeting or a poncho, a digging tool, a container and a rock.

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    FREE Cookbooks - Pioneer Living Survival

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    DIY rain-collection barrels

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    Campfire Cinnamon Sugar Monkey Bread, plus TONS of other great ideas for camping with kids :)

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    7 days of camping recipe's

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    Are you prepared?

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    Seven Ways To Light a Fire Without a Match. Be sure and read the comments about the vaseline also

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    Five Dollar Preps - The goal of this thread is to demonstrate that prepping can be done on the cheap for about $ 5.00 per week. I do not think that I know anyone who could not spare five bucks per week to invest in the ability to feed yourself and your family in the event of being affected by some form of disaster. Good ideas to add to the survival kit

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    How to Use a [BUSTED] Cell Phone to Meet 5 Basic Survival Needs

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    Survival Hardtack-Hardtack is a dense bread that has minimal water and can last months without modern refrigeration. It is true to its name and has a reputation for being hard as brick. Historically, it has helped armies and sailors make long trips by packing wooden casks with this hard bread.

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    How To Make Fishing Nets

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    25 Things You Should Always Have In Your Car

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    How to Waterproof Matches

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