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HOW TO: Make a Finnish style log camp stove (9 Pic

HOW TO: Make a Finnish style log camp stove (9 Pic

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underground fire pit. easy to make Camping Knots for Wilderness Survival By Filip Tkaczyk Knowing how to tie good camping knots is an invaluable skill in wilderness survival situations. Its also a great asset when having fun in the outdoors. There are a wealth of different knots out there that you can learn to tie. With so many different knots, you might find it hard to choose which to learn first. Here are 3 of the most useful knots for camping and wilderness survival. Square Knot Also called a reef knot, this knot is useful for tying bandages, packages and joining shorter pieces of rope together. To begin, lay the ends of the ropes parallel and then pick up a rope in each hand. Now tie an overhand knot as you would for tying your shoe laces by putting the right end under and over the left rope end. Then tie another overhand knot, this time putting the left end under and over the right rope. Completed Square Knot Clove Hitch Like all hitches, this camping knot ties a rope to an object. To begin, bring the rope end over and under the post. Bowline Related Courses:

DIY Small Camp Stove Home Made - Lightweight Backpack Stove Invented by: Unknown. Construction directions by: LaMar Kirby - Utah Lake District, Orem Ut. You can make this simple back packing stove with little cost ($0.25 US). What you'll need Parts List 2 Aluminum Soda Cans - Free 1/4 cup of Perlight (found in the gardening department) - $1.75 bag US Wire Coat Hanger - Free De-Natured alcohol (found in the paint dept. or boating supply) $3-4 Qt. Tools Scissors Drill 1/16" (2 mm) Drill Bit Wire Cutters Step 1 For the base, neatly cut one can about 1 1/2" (3.5cm) from the bottom. Step 2 Drill a number of holes (18-30) around the edge of the top and in the center as shown; use a 1/16" drill bit. Step 3 Fill the base with Perlight, just more than half full. Step 4 Make 6-8 vertical cuts around the top. Step 5 Fill the stove about half full of alcohol. Step 6 Cut and straighten a coat hanger. That's It If you have any experiences that will improve this design please let me know.

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