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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

Carry Seasoning in a Straw: Heat one end of a clear plastic straw with a lighter, then crimp it. Fill the straw with the desired seasoning, and repeat the process on the other end. Store in a plastic bag in case of a leak. Great for camping!

Cooler Tips - make your own "Polar Bear Tubes" for keeping your cooler cool without drowning items in melting ice. >>> Whoever made these useful DIY items really must love their cooler!

Cooler Tips - make your own "Polar Bear Tubes" for keeping your cooler cool without drowning items in melting ice. + other cooler tips

S'mores camping box - put together different cookie and chocolate options to create the perfect custom s'more!

S'mores Recipes - Reverse S'mores Bites

Put together a smores box before you leave to go camping! No wrappers to deal with and less trash to pack out! Put together a smores box before you leave…

PVC Pipe Kids Bunk   36 DIY RV Camping Hacks That Will Blow Your Mind!

Kids will love hanging out in this front seat hammock made from PVC pipe. 37 RV Hacks That Will Make You A Happy Camper

Omelet In A Bag. Add 2 eggs plus cheese and various toppings to quart sized Ziploc bag. Boil in large pot for 13 -15 mins. Great idea for when you have a large group for breakfast. Very skeptical, but worked great and had fantastic fluffy texture.  me: This works!! We did it on our ward campout this past weekend and they turned out soooo good!

Omelet In A Bag

Omelet In A Bag. Add 2 eggs plus cheese and various toppings to quart sized Ziploc bag. Boil in large pot for 13 mins. Great idea for when you have a large group for breakfast. Very skeptical, maybe it'll work for egg whites too!

Easy DIY Camping Stove.

I love saving cans and am always looking for ways to re-purpose them. This will come in handy one day, I just know it!

Dutch Oven University - All There Is To Know About Dutch Ovens and Campfire Cooking.  Recipes too!

Dutch Oven Cooking Schools

Dutch Oven University - The only site you will need to have fantastic food while you camp. Bought a cook book for the castiron dutch oven I got but have yet to use it.

DIY bucket stools for storage and seating in your college dorm room. Very cheap to make too!

DIY Bucket Seats for Camping. Kids can carry their own to the campsite and fill it with their choice of toys and games.

Matches in waterproof case: hold a clear strawt by one end with pliers; bring  lighter or match close to it so that the end melts together. Insert strike anywhere match; trim the straw, leaving enough room at the end so that you can still grab it with pliers, & repeat sealing process.  To open, cut with the scissors on your multi-tool, or using a sharp knife. (If sealing other things that you might not want to use all of (like Mg), open just below melted seal so straw can be re-sealed.

Make Your Matches Waterproof!

Make Your Matches Waterproof! Put them into clear straws, and seal with heat from a lighter or other matches. Great for camping or any other emergency situation

Duct Tape : Duct tape can be a lifesaver. But carrying an entire roll takes up valuable space inside a backpack. Instead, wrap a couple feet around a Bic lighter, so you always have a short supply inside your pocket    Even if you are a non smoker like me ~DAW~ Always keep a Lighter on you. you never know when it can Save your life    Why Duct tape?    1.Repair a tent:     2.Make a rope: Twist one or several lengths of duct tape into a cord or rope. Of course paracord would be a lot better)

Carry Duct Tape Minus the Bulky Roll Duct tape can be a lifesaver. But carrying an entire roll takes up valuable space inside a backpack—and you probably won’t need that much tape. Instead, wrap a couple feet around a lighter, always have a short supply.

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