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5 Tips For Creating A Comfortable & Beautiful Glamping Space (Echoes of Laughter)

Are you a glamper? Here are 5 tips for creating the perfect glamping setup #OutdoorAdventure #Win

Reading lamp that is easy on the eyes by by listorama: A gallon milk jug filled with water with a headlamp pointing into the water. #Reading_Lamp #Camping #listorama

this is called a swedish flame. make your cuts like you're cutting cake. leave about 6 inches at the base. throw some fuel oil in there. (about a cap full.) it burns up to two to three hours.

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A Gentle Breeze

Canopy fan for campsite - attached with bungees - clever!--- I'm thinking this would be just about perfect for those all day summertime softball tournaments!!

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Firestarters - Camping fire starters - parafin wax x cedar scraps | Sanborn Canoe Co.

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Dry matches w/ sandpaper cap for striking


25 Dorm Room Tips, Tricks and Hacks Every College Student Needs To Know

we made Tackle box first aid kit for camping and trips. Still have ours.

Good Article: The 7 core areas of preparedness (Food, Water, Heat, Light, Sanitation, Medical, Safety) and The Rule of 3 - what this means is have 1 main & 2 backup methods of doing whatever needs to be done (a backup to your backup). Cooking, heating, lighting, and communications are all aspects that need backups of backups in case the primary method(s) are incapacitated.

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". (Great idea for camping @Mandi Vick Willard)