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Osprey Farpoint 40 Travel Backpack

Osprey Farpoint 40 Travel Backpack

The Howsar Quick Lock is a lightweight, portable locking system that easily and securely locks the room that you occupy.

PORTABLE DOOR LOCK: use this item to lock doors without locks or with broken locks, because it can used anywhere. Not only are you more comfortable knowing an entrance is secured but you are also safer, especially when traveling.

10 Things You Didn't Know Existed, But Are Going To Want - Kitchen Safe

15 Things You Did Not Know Existed, But Are Going To Want

A true lifesaving product, awarded invention of the year by time magazine lifestraw product lifesaving hiking water

The Bacon candle...I didnt know if I should put this under  Recipes or Projects  :)

Haha this would be funny as a gift - DIY Bacon Candle - have the smell of bacon any time. (Instead of drilling a hole for a wick, tape a wick in the center of the jar before pouring the bacon grease in.

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How To Make A Smoke Bomb For Signaling Or For A Getaway

How to make a smoke bomb. Useful for a getaway or signaling. When my boys were young they set off many smoke bombs. Now I know how to make smoke signals.

Tutorial for a Woven and Half-hitched Paracord Pouch - having a pouch like this would be a great add-on to an emergency kit in a backpack. It will hol

Stormdrane's Blog: A Woven and Half-hitched Paracord Pouch...

Tutorial for a Woven and Half-hitched Paracord Pouch - having a pouch like this would be a great add-on to an emergency kit in a backpack. It will hold small items, and unravels to be about 30 feet of paracord. Fun with paracord.

LifeStraw - Drink All The Dirty Water!  Interesting item to look into for bug out bag.

LifeStraw - Drink All The Dirty Water!

LifeStraw - Drink All The Dirty Water! For every life straw product sold one school child in A developing country receives safe drinking water for entire school year.

Carry seasonings in a straw when you go camping. Heat one end of the straw with a lighter and crimp it shut, fill with seasoning, and repeat heating process on other end. - tomorrows adventures

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!

Leaf identification

Worked well for a cub scout hike Tree/Leaf Identification sheet - perfect for nature walks and Tremendous Trees!

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