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6 Widerness Survival Shelters

Survival shelter bed & 5 other survival shelters

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How To Build A Fire

Building a fire is one of the basic need in survival and even just going outdoor camping. Check out how to build a fire for beginners in camping and the like: || || #speedscope #marshmallowroastingfork #camping #marshmallow #s'mores

Finnish gap fire. Great for radiating lots of heat and keeping the fire out of snow/water.

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BBQ Breakfast Scrambler

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler recipe, easy and delicious one-pan meal made on the barbecue or on the campfire. Camping recipe, BBQ - just cook outdoors!

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How to make charcloth for a fire starting kit. I like using replacement wicks for oil lamps. You can find them on Amazon (Flat Oil Lamp Wick, 3/4-Inch) for around $4 per 3ea. These really catch a spark well and are very durable. We call it 'Super Charcloth'.