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    good times out doors

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    What Can A Serger Do?

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    Cut a pool noodle in half to make a marble race track. Read more at www.viralnova.com...

    33 Activities For Kids That Cost Under $10

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    I should do this for my home camp!

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    Greenhouse made from recycled windows

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    Sun dial

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    Love this #fun #outdoor game for #kids :-)

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    DIY Outdoor Games -Perfect for Backyard Fun

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    wood stools - these are way awesome!

    h&a happenings: DIY wood stools

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    Tree/Leaf Identification.Nx

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    This DIY backyard toss game is made out of tree branches, aluminum cans, string and yarn. How clever!

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    This is GENIUS. Why haven't I ever thought of this? How to keep your bread from getting wet and soggy while it is in the cooler.

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    How to Restore and Season a Cast-Iron Dutch Oven | Field & Stream

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    How to tie the five strongest fishing knots.

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    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, I wrap a couple feet around a Bic lighter, so I always have a short supply inside my pocket. If you need more, you can also wrap some around a Nalgene bottle. —Ben Wagner, Bozeman, Mont.

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    Camp cooking

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    Here it is in a list - camping from totes ready packed: Tub one contains all the cooking necessities: spatula, can opener, fire/oven mitts, marshmallow roasters, scissors paper bowls, paper plates, trash sacks, plastic cups, , plastic ware, plastic tablecloths, a couple of dish towels, tongs, spoon, foil, napkins, mugs, cooking oil, skillet, and a small pot. A note on top reminds me to toss in the lighter, salt and pepper, dish soap, and baby wipes/antibacterial wipes... [more on site]

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    Camping Tips & Tricks, kids fun activities and camping food and recipes

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    Campers coffee cake. clever.

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    How to make a box oven...just like the Girl scouts!

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    No heat? Tips on sleeping warm

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    Repurposed TicTac Boxes for Camping Spices

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    Dutch Oven Cooking temps.

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    Camping recipe database - organized by type (snack, dutch oven, etc...)

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    DIY Concrete Block Rocket Stove Tutorial

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