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By Craig Mackenzie Updated: 16:17 GMT, 9 December 2011 He is known the world over as the Iceman, but now Wim Hof has run a marathon in baking heat - without drinking a drop of water. The Dutch daredevil who holds 18 world records for withstanding extreme cold, completed 26 miles in temperatures up to 40 Celsius atop Namibia's Sossusvle. He didn't touch a drop as he lost 5.2 litres of water and almost 14 pounds in weight, during the scorching run. Scorching run: Wim Hof completed a 26-mile marathon in the Namibian desert without drinking a drop of water Burning man: Adventurer loses 14lbs as he completes marathon in 40C Nambia without touching a drop of water Burning man: Adventurer loses 14lbs as he completes marathon in 40C Nambia without touching a drop of water
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2 Person Deluxe Survival Kit 2 Person Deluxe Survival Kit 2 Person Deluxe Survival Kit All items are packed securely in our Deluxe Hikers Backpack which contains extra space available for your personal items. The kit includes the following: Food and Water: Rest assured knowing you have food and water with proper nutrition in any type of disaster.
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A Fairytale Castle / Blueforest Blue Forest is a specialist luxury tree house company fulfilling clients’ dreams for a wide range of unique structures from fantasy play areas to romantic tree house hideaways. The company is run by brothers Andy and Simon Payne. Andy and Simon were born in Kenya where they spent their childhood surrounded by the beauty and adventure of the great outdoors. Blue Forest was born of these experiences and from a desire to bring people closer to the natural world. Despite the traditional stereotype, tree houses are not just for children! The company have designed and built everything from kid’s dens to fabulous entertaining areas, exclusive tree house holiday accommodation and inspiring eco-classrooms. A Fairytale Castle / Blueforest
Canoe & Kayak Magazine | Kayak Reviews, Paddling Trips, Industry News, Gear Reviews, Techniques, Photos Breakfast In the Wild One of overnight paddling’s greatest joys is camp food—especially sweet treats. Anders Klint share with you some of my favorite desserts, simple and yummy. Happy Canoe Year! We’ve scoured the country to find the most ardent group of New Years Day paddlers we could, who every year ring in the new year with a dip of the paddle blade. From the Vault: State of Canoes in 1988 Canoe & Kayak Magazine | Kayak Reviews, Paddling Trips, Industry News, Gear Reviews, Techniques, Photos

A Perilous Hobby: Vertical Camping - All That Is Interesting

A Perilous Hobby: Vertical Camping - All That Is Interesting Next time you’re passing by a cliff and happen to see a precariously hanging tent with campers inside, don’t be alarmed, it’s just a portable ledge (portaledge): Portaledges — or deployable hanging tents — might seem like a thrill-seeking activity (and it can be), but the idea has actually been around since the 1950s. During this time, rock climbers began to stay overnight on the mountains they were scaling and started looking for convenient niches in the mountain side to make their bed.
As far as I'm concerned, garlic gets the blue ribbon for growing your own. It's absurdly easy to plant and care for; it tastes great; it looks beautiful and it takes up so little ground that even those with very small gardens can raise enough to be self-sufficient in garlic for a good part of the year. All you have to do is choose the right varieties; plant at the right time, in the right soil; then harvest when just right and store correctly. Growing Your Own Garlic - Planting Growing Harvesting and Storing Garlic

Growing Your Own Garlic - Planting Growing Harvesting and Storing Garlic

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Organic Gardening Tips Looking for tips on specific types of vegetables or herbs? Get vegetable gardening and herb gardening tips here. Or read about 11 useful organic gardening products for your home garden. Organic Gardening Tips

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natural architecture - an emerging art movement that is exploring mankind's desire to reconnect to the earth, through the built environment.

natural architecture - an emerging art movement that is exploring mankind's desire to reconnect to the earth, through the built environment.

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How to Make a Bug Out Bag Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Creek Stewart of Willow Haven Outdoor. The term ‘Bugging Out’ refers to the decision to abandon your home due to an unexpected emergency situation–whether a natural disaster or one caused by man. A ‘Bug Out Bag’ is a pre-prepared survival kit designed to sustain you through the journey to your destination once you’ve decided to ‘Bug Out’ in the event of an emergency evacuation. Typically, the Bug Out Bag (BOB) is a self-contained kit designed to get you through at least 72 hours.

How to Make a Bug Out Bag

It took over 20 years of gardening to realize that I didn’t have to work so hard to achieve a fruitful harvest. As the limitless energy of my youth gradually gave way to the physical realities of mid-life, the slow accretion of experience eventually led to an awareness that less work can result in greater crop yields. Inspired in part by Masanobu Fukuoka’s book, One Straw Revolution, my family experimented with gardening methods which could increase yields with less effort. Fukuoka spent over three decades perfecting his so-called “do-nothing” technique: commonsense, sustainable practices that all but eliminate the use of pesticides, fertilizer, tillage, and perhaps most significantly, wasteful effort.

5 Secrets to a ‘No-work’ Garden