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Techniques and recipes for cooking with fire

 
Drive around Australia - Two Poms in a 4x4Drive around Australia - Two Poms in a 4x4

Over 36,000 kms touring all the way around Australia! Our home for 7 month...

 
Wilderness Outback Australia Landscape PhotographyWilderness Outback Australia Landscape Photography

Adventure, travel, camping, photography of the Australian outback, coast an...

 
3016 Airdrie Royal Canadian Army Cadets3016 Airdrie Royal Canadian Army Cadets

The 3016 Airdrie Royal Canadian Army Cadets accept youths 12 to 18 from the...

 


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Unless you carry around your own beans everywhere you go—and I know people that do—chances are you will one day find yourself in a situation where only cheap, bitter coffee is available. Luckily, there is an easy way to turn bitter coffee into a...

My daughter and I are planning a road trip to Yellowstone this summer in our VW Westy. When I asked her what would make it more fun, she said a fan. I saw the $84 Happy Camper fan and passed as it was far too expensive (even for 2.) Just a few pr...

I just ordered a thermal cooker, they sound like wonderful camping tools. Anyone got recipe suggestions? (more…)...

Sleeping bags are designed to retain the heat generated by your body while you sleep to keep you warm. If you’re camping in a chilly environment and the bag by itself isn’t quite cutting it, you can generate some heat the old-fashioned way—with...

I'm looking for feedback on this solar panel. I am looking to charge a 37 qt ARB portable fridge while rolling about Baja in my Vanagon. I believe this panel, with good sun, should out put more than enough power to run the fridge. The Dometic fri...

LifeStraws are great stocking stuffers for the outdoorsmen in your life, and they’re marked down to just $15 each on Amazon today, within $1 of an all-time low. If you aren’t familiar, these allow you to sip directly from basically any source of...

You can buy your own small lantern that’ll fit in a tent cheaply enough, but where’s the fun in that? If you want to make your own, customized to whatever specs you want, Adafruit has a guide.Read more...