CAMPFIRE STARTER

      See the source imageThe goal is to quickly and safely establish a good base camp when on the route as the day is winding down. Setting up tents or other sleeping arrangements should take fifteen minutes, marking the boundary should take ten, and setting up a fire pit should take another fifteen. Take your time, but don’t linger too long, or you’ll find yourself in a rush and in the dark. Here, I’ll go over some tools for lighting fires that will make the process simple.

   A word about your fire pit itself first. Scraping the hole down to the level of the earth is crucial. Next, erect a rock wall as a barrier. This will help you identify the fire pit and stop lower-flying embers from horizontally bursting out. Debris should be removed from the area immediately outside the ring to prevent flare-ups. When everything is ready, make careful to check again to make sure that there are no fire dangers, such as low-hanging branches or tents. Make sure you are at least 10-15 feet away from anything that might light.

  A word about your fire pit itself first. Scraping the hole down to the level of the earth is crucial. Next, erect a rock wall as a barrier. This will help you identify the fire pit and stop lower-flying embers from horizontally bursting out. Debris should be removed from the area immediately outside the ring to prevent flare-ups. When everything is ready, make careful to check again to make sure that there are no fire dangers, such as low-hanging branches or tents. Make sure you are at least 10-15 feet away from anything that might light.

    A word about your fire pit itself first. Scraping the hole down to the level of the earth is crucial. Next, erect a rock wall as a barrier. This will help you identify the fire pit and stop lower-flying embers from horizontally bursting out. Debris should be removed from the area immediately outside the ring to prevent flare-ups. When everything is ready, make careful to check again to make sure that there are no fire dangers, such as low-hanging branches or tents. Make sure you are at least 10-15 feet away from anything that might light.

 

     There are three different methods of fire starting I’ll go over here.

         One: Matches and Lighters

             Matches are of course the most obvious and famous of fire starting utensils. The sound of a match scraping is synonymous with lighting a cigar or a campfire. Water-proof matches should be in every rucksack, but should not be your primary fire starting tool. A simple big plastic lighter or two will serve you well as your primary spark. While they dry quickly if wet, throwing one in a waterproof zip-lock bag is a cheap way to ensure a flame. A zippo adds an additional level of protection against the rain, but if you need to drop the lighter you will be out twenty dollars or more.

 

  See the source image  All of these methods are reliable and cheap. Carrying only one method of starting a fire is poor planning; all of these could be obtained for not very much total and take up little space. Carrying one in your ruck, another on your person, and a third in another location is a smart decision. You never know when you’ll find yourself in need of a cooking source, warmer, or should it come to it, a signal fire.

Always remember to thank God for everything you have and the opportunity to be able to camp.

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Great Food Makes For Great Campout Memories

 

   Do you intend to camp out? Then, you are probably anticipating a variety of things, like the breathtaking scenery, the exciting things to do (consider hiking and bird watching! ), and of course, the feast of mouthwatering grilled cuisine that you and your family (or friends) will be preparing on your Coleman grill.

 

Here are some fantastic food suggestions you can prepare throughout your camping trip so you can start relishing for these dishes.

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Christi’s Famous Kabob

You’ll need skewers, chopped veggies (white onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, and tomatoes), diced chicken or steak, and a grill for this barbecue favorite. Prepare the ingredients by pre-cutting them into square shapes just large enough to fit onto the skewers before the camping trip. Read more »

CAMPING AND BIRDWATCHING

See the source image Some years ago I meet a man whom was a birdwatcher. He had books, binoculars, camera, feeders and different birdfeed for different kinds of birds. He knew little things about the birds like which one would most likely be seen morning and/or evening.

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SOLAR POWERED CAMPOUT

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 With solar illumination and universal solar chargers, solar power offers a portable type of energy generation at a time when it might be most needed. The major draw of living outside is being able to spend as much time as you want as far away from society; but, being that far from a source of mains electricity might make you completely shut off from the outside world. The practicality of solar power to compensate for the loss of mains electricity while you enjoy your outdoor adventure has significantly risen as a result of the technological advancements and breakthroughs made over the past ten years in the solar power sector.

 

Here are the top five.

 

  1. A general-purpose solar charger.

An adult spends an average of one hour per day online; when you factor in the time spent using a mobile phone and hand-held entertainment system, this adds up to a significant amount of time. Therefore, it is simple to understand how much individuals can miss these gadgets when they are away from a power source for a while. But fear not, technophiles—help is at hand! These devices can all be charged using a high-quality universal solar charger. These universal chargers come with a variety of attachments which not only enable you to attach a mobile phone, but also come with dc power supply tips for devices such as laptops or video camera’s. Some of these devices will also enable you to attach the battery from a GPS unit or other larger devices.

  1. Solar Lighting.

One of the joys of camping is being able to relax under a clear starry night sky, but it can also be very dark at night!. Solar lighting comes in many different forms, but the most useful application while camping is in the form of a solar powered lantern. Unlike battery powered devices, these lanterns need no external power source and can provide up to eight hours of illumination per evening. Unlike battery powered devices, these lanterns need no external power source and can provide up to eight hours of illumination per evening.

  1. A set of transportable solar panels.

Today, it is possible to purchase a portable solar panel array for a few hundred pounds that will power a few gadgets simultaneously. You can run a TV, radio, and refrigerator simultaneously on a solar panel array.

  1. Backpacks with solar panels.

It has been able to reduce the size of solar devices while boosting their production thanks to solar panels’ rising efficiency. This technology has been incorporated by certain astute manufacturers into rucksacks made for hiking, fishing, or other outdoor activities. The rucksacks give you electricity while you’re moving and may even include solar-powered built-in air conditioners. Imagine going on a hike and being able to enjoy yourself when you arrive.

And always remember where the sun’s power comes from, which is from our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ.

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A COUPLE OF FISH RECIPES FOR THE CAMPFIRE

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Like ham and eggs, camping and fishing go together. Try one of these straightforward camping fish recipes once you’ve cleaned and gutted your catch. I’ve got a fish recipe for each type: Easy, weird, artery-clogging, and lastly healthy were the top three categories.

 

Tin Foil Rainbow Trout is simple.

stuffed trout in oiled foil. Place for 7 to 10 minutes over white-hot embers.

 

 

 

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CAMP KITCHEN

See the source imageI remember going camping with my family when I was a boy and we used to store our food and drink in the car. Not very good you might think now. Ever since camping kitchens have been around I could not live without one now.

If you have a larger family you need something more convenient like a camping kitchen rather than all huddled around a little stove on a makeshift table. There are many available, some huge and complex pieces of kit, some simple and practical. You need it have a stable base for your cooker and kettle.

Buying camping supplies under the same brand is frequently a fantastic idea because, in my opinion, everything works so well together. You get what you pay for, so if you buy a camping kitchen for dirt cheap, don’t count on it to endure. It’s just like buying furniture for your house. You wouldn’t opt to purchase the mall’s cheapest sofa, would you? Read more »

FAMILY FUN CAMP OUT

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You may quickly and easily clean up after a meal. Make a breakfast at the campsite before setting out on your activities. These might contain pancakes, bacon, and/or eggs. My personal favorite is a scrambled egg for breakfast. Squeeze the eggs and hashbrowns together after placing them in a bag of hashbrowns (either with or without onions) and whatever many eggs you need. Use a skillet, if you have one, to cook as you normally would at home over the grill or campfire. If you only have foil, place the eggs and hashbrowns in a foil bag or foil-lined bowl, cover, and cook until the eggs are set and frothy. I like to top it with cheese. It is tasty.

 

AFTER BREAKFAST FUN:

 

We love to go riding, hiking, and on scavenger hunts before it gets too hot . Another popular activity is fishing if you are camping near a place  where it is permitted. If you are unable to fish in your hometown, you may occasionally need to buy a fishing license to do this, but it is really enjoyable. You don’t have to carry the equipment because some campgrounds offer fishing equipment rentals.

 

After outdoor activities, sandwiches, hot dogs, or hamburgers are usually delicious and don’t take a lot of extra effort to prepare, and they are great outdoor lunch by adding some chips, potato or pasta salad.  (Don’t forget the cookies.)

 

 

Practice survival skills—my husband and our 10-year-old son adore doing this. They play the “what would you do if you were trapped” game a lot on the new TV series on survival skills. Around the camping spot, we search the trees and plants for sources of food and water. It is a lot of fun and can teach you useful information if you ever need to go into “real survival mode.”

 

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GIFTS FOR TENT CAMPERS

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Do you have a tent camper who you would want to think of a gift suggestion for? If so, choosing a present just become simpler. You won’t have any trouble choosing a wonderful gift for any camper on your list because there are so many wonderful options available.

What kind of present would a camping enthusiast like? If the person is a true camper, they presumably already have a decent tent, sleeping bags, and all the other essentials. As such, you should choose a present for the tent camper that is a little unusual.

For tent campers, lanterns and flashlights make fantastic presents. When out in the dark, far from city lights, there is no such thing as having too many oil lamps or flashlights. The quality of the light generated makes battery-operated fluorescent or incandescent lanterns very popular with campers.  The light from these lanterns is readily sufficient to read a book at the picnic table or inside the tent.

Also excellent gifts are coolers and ice chests. These presents are available in just about any size you can think of. Although you might assume that the recipient already has a cooler, some of the newest models provide features that they might not already have. An ideal option is a soft-sided cooler with a battery-operated radio built in. Or a radio with a crank with built in phone charger. Another excellent choice is a sizable cooler with wheels and a handle for hauling.

A picnic basket with thoughtful additions is a different present idea that your camping enthusiast will adore. Choose a sizable basket that includes dishes, cups, and simple kitchenware. As opposed to placing everything into a box or bag, this makes carrying the camper’s dining supplies considerably simpler. Regarding cooking, how about some gear designed just for camping? An attractive camping present is a hot dog frying rack with a handle for holding it over the fire while the wieners cook. For the true meat enthusiast, there are also steak racks. Read more »

AFFORDABLE ,TIGHT BUDGET CAMPING FOOD

 

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     S’mores, hot dogs, marshmallows, and other tasty but not particularly healthy staples of summer camp, Boy Scout trips, and family vacations typically come to mind when most people think of camping foods. All of those foods from camping hold a special place in our memories and stomachs, and some of them are appropriate for any situation. However, for real outdoor enthusiasts, camping foods must be both light and nutrient-dense.

 

        Not every camper or outdoor enthusiast will have the fortitude and iron stomach of a Bear Grylls, who can eat or drink anything with perfect calm, or the intrepidness of Euwell Gibbons, who had a remarkable aptitude for finding the “edible” sections of just about any plant. However, somebody who is prepared for survival will probably be able to survive on camping food that is a little more robust and healthy than cheese doodles and marshmallows. The greatest camping snacks are trail mix, jerky, and low-cost granola bars.

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PLANNING WHAT TO EAT ON YOUR CAMPOUT

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Even though winter is undoubtedly here, complete with snow, wind, and cold, it’s never too early to start planning your camping trip for this spring or summer. There is also no better time than now to examine a few helpful pointers to keep in mind while organizing your camp menu for those outdoor enthusiasts who won’t wait for the snow to melt before heading out this winter.

 

   How much time will you be away? Consider eating roughly the same amount when camping as you do at home. It might not hurt to bring a little extra food if you’re car camping and have the extra room, but if you’re packing it in, every ounce counts, especially on lengthy walks. The only thing longer than a 20-mile hike is a 20-mile hike while you’re hungry, so be sure you don’t under pack your camping food. While engaging in strenuous exercise, such as trekking, starving your body could be harmful to your health.

       Create a menu of camping cuisine that you would be willing to eat. Many people now associate granola, oatmeal, and granola with camping meals. Although I enjoy them just as much as the next person, I won’t ruin my week in the woods by bringing meals I don’t like. Many businesses now provide a wide range of meals that only need water, the majority of which are delicious – everything from roast beef and potatoes to tuna casserole. Granola and quick oatmeal are both delicious alternatives. Just keep in mind that you should eat what you want even though you are leaving civilization behind.

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