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A warm, dry and comfortable sleep is not only refreshing and relaxing after an adventurous day outdoors, it’s a critical aspect of staying healthy and safe as well. Staying warm involves more than just being cocooned in a bag full of synthetic down feathers. Your sleeping platform and what you are wearing as you crawl
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► Survival Lilly’s Online Store ◄ https://www.survivallilly.at/ Thanks for your support! ~ Survival Lilly In this video I gonna make a candle with pine resin and birch oil. Birch oil is not very flammable itself. But it can be used to paint wooden fences since it is biodegradable.
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I am an outdoorsman and Bee Outdoors is a channel dedicated to share my experiences and knowledge. This video is a introduction to wild camping for beginners, the first video of a series that I will be making. This video covers the things you should know before taking to your first wild camping adventure, followed
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The Old Town NEXT Canoe was built for one, but designed for all, the NEXT represents a new generation of boating for today’s generation of paddle, outdoors and fitness enthusiasts. The design incorporates both canoe and kayak characteristics for fun, remarkably easy and natural paddling experience. This is truly a unique canoe as it has
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Support TOGR with Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/TOGR Today we are taking a look at the Snugpak Stratosphere Bivy. … $136.32 on Amazon http://www.snugpak.com/outdoor/tents-shelters/stratosphere COLOURS AVAILABLE Olive PACK 2.49lbs WEIGHT 1.13kg (including pegs) DIMENSIONS 90″(L) x 41.7 (W) x 19.2 (H) PACK SIZE 12.2 (L) x 5.5 (W) SEASONS Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter This is a free
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With the best weight to power ratio in the MH headlamp range, the MH10 from Ledlenser is a rechargeable and lightweight headlamp suitable for all kinds of adventures. Providing 600 lumens of light, a 150m beam range, an IPX4 waterproof rating, and red and green colour filters included – this unit has a whole host
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Newsworthy items from around the world, for the Sportsman like you! First protected in 1864, Yosemite was the inception of an idea that would later be the mission of the National Park Service…that it “preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of
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Preparing your wood stove for winter is a fall necessity. I have three wood-burning stoves: a wood-burning cook stove in the kitchen of my cabin, a box stove with a glass door in the living room, and a boxwood, cast iron stove in the garage. I’ve learned that some general inspections and maintenance can go
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In 1954, ZEBCO introduced their “33” reel. It’s a spin casting reel – or as many call it a “push button” reel. It’s really an ideal choice for novice fishermen and women – or anyone who wants to enjoy a day on the lake without having to deal with snarls, tangles and backlashes (or as
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Cooking easy and delicious one pot rice with sausage meal over a Dakota fire. A FAVOURITE bushcraft recipe for cooking in the wilderness for backpacking ,camping, hiking ,biking .It is tasty ,delicious and very satiating. Try it and you will see. Like Share and Subscribe. Thank you for watching. forest cooking ,outdoor cooking ,wild cooking
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In this video, I show Simple Knife and Axe Sharpening, and a heads-up on a giveaway Link to Doug;s giveaway video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUzY5ASIxiU Bushcraft Courses http://www.northgatebushcraft.com/ My website http://joerobinetbushcraft.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joerobinetbushcraft Instagram https://instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Robinet_Joe
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With some assistance from hiking poles you can walk up and downhill better on difficult terrain, pick up your pace on flat ground, and reduce impact on your joints so you’re less sore for your next day of adventure. There are so many factors to consider when picking the right trekking poles, so we’ve decided
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This is a good time to remind outdoor enthusiasts about the dangers of ticks! While it is a good idea to take preventive measures against ticks year-round, be extra careful in warmer months (April-September) when ticks are most active. Here are some tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 1) Avoid Direct Contact
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Photo By Greg Comstock Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Approaching Storm In the Serengeti” by Greg Comstock. “While on Safari in the Central Serengeti, we followed a large heard of wildebeests running away from an approaching storm,” says Comstock. “This was taken late afternoon after a successful day of photographing several lions, cheetahs and
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