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Boy Scout tips from 1911: to hold down the awning on your tent (or RV awning) make a holdfast. It is constructed of 3 pickets, driven into the ground at a slope, one directly behind the other, and the top of each one lashed to the lower part of the picket behind it, as shown. The holdfast can help to withstand the strain on the rope in high winds.
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Dutch Oven Temperature Chart! Guide For Desired Cooking Temperatures, Number Of Charcoal Briquettes Needed. Using a Dutch oven temperature chart as a guide to achieve desired cooking temperatures is half the battle when cooking in the great outdoors! It’s part art and part science … so, let’s start the charcoal and get cooking! Tips to deal with Wind, Air Temperature, Altitude, Humidity, Cooking Methods and More!
There’s something about heading off to visit Mother Nature, with nothing but you, lots of trees and a cheerful campfire. It’s the best way to experience total peace and quiet. There are no other people, no smog, nothing to do but relax for the weekend. If this sounds irresistible to you, then make sure you …