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Camping / Fire

The Paiute Fire Starting Method With A Twist

I’m pretty sure this is what I do most days to start a fire in my fireplace. I just love to use alternating layers of sticks whenever possible. Also, watch through the end, you’ll get a kick out of it, I promise…

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Bug Out / Wilderness Camping / Fire Warmth / Shelter / Cooling

Going Off Grid This Winter? Don’t Miss These 8 Pro Tips How To Survive Your First Cold Weather Camping Trip

Are you planning a trip into the tundra this winter? Do you love the allure cold-weather camping — a crackling fire, snuggling in a sleeping bag, roasting marshmallows? Do you worry about weather you’ll be equipped well for surviving a winter camping trip? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you certainly […]

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Camping / Fire

3 Weird Ways To Make A Fire

It always amazes me how ingenious some people can be… I doubt I would have ever thought of two of these ideas without having seen them first. Of course, I have seen the water bottle fire starting trick before and, honestly, I thought he was going to do something else with the light bulb but […]

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Camping / Fire Defense / Security / Safety Skills / Knowledge

Why Chimneys Are Built On The Outside Of A House

I’d never considered why chimneys were built on the outside but now I know there are several reasons…

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Camping / Fire Warmth / Shelter / Cooling

TIP: Keeping Feet Warm in Your Sleeping Bag

I thought most folks knew to do this but maybe not. FYI, you could also warm a water bottle and stuff it in the bottom of the sleeping bag to help keep your feet warm…