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Foil Packets, Dutch Oven & Gourmet S'mores Recipes

Foil Packets, Dutch Oven & Gourmet S'mores Recipes
Ever since our first camping trip when we threw foil packets of cubed steak with roasted rosemary potatoes, carrots and peas on the campfire, finding great camping recipes has been a top priority. That’s why we’ve created this section of the blog dedicated to our favorite camping recipes. Breakfast Main Dishes Side Dishes Sweet Treats Dutch Oven Pork Chili Verde Camp Recipe Beef Stew Foil Packet Camp Recipe Oooey gooey S’mores’adilla goodness Sweet Potato Taco Foil Packet Fixin’s Breakfast Hash Camp Recipe A little taste of s’more heaven. Gooey delight! Camp Recipe: Rosemary Cubed Steak with Roasted Potatoes Camp Recipe: Spicy Taco Patty and Cheesy Potatoes Foil Packet Related:  General Hammock Stuffhikingdickiesstore

Mod 2 - Bottom Entry We have met our limit on hammock/tarp modifications for the month of March. We will not be taking any hammock/tarp mod orders until April. We are working hard to get caught up on our orders. Please allow 3-4 weeks for shipment of accessories. Thanks for your patience. Zipper Modification #2 for Hennessy Classic “Bottom Entry” Hammocks Hennessy Classic “Bottom Entry” hammock with Zipper Mod #2 Left or Mod #2 Right $50.00 plus return shipping To remove the velcro and sew the bottom entry slit closed - add $10.00 Added weight of zipper mod = approx. 4.5ozs. Left or Right is determined by laying in your hammock on your back. Please allow 2-3 weeks to complete the zipper Mod after the hammock is received Description of Mod #2 Left or Mod #2 Right Two zippers are installed. On this mod, the unzippered bug netting is rolled up and secured with ribbon ties to the side of the hammock. Question about which side is best for you?

20 Places To Go Camping Before You Die Free Icon Fonts for Web User Interfaces By Jacob Gube This roundup features 18 free icon fonts that can be used in your commercial projects. The icon fonts in this post are perfect for your app user interfaces (UIs). What are Icon Fonts? Icon fonts are font files that have symbols and glyphs (e.g. arrows, folders, magnifying glasses) instead of standard alphanumeric characters. Icon fonts are like dingbat fonts, but are designed specifically for UIs. And because they’re treated like web fonts, icon fonts: Have great cross-browser support (even IE6, for example, can render web fonts using the @font-face rule)Can be scaled on-the-fly if the user adjusts their web browser settingsCan be rendered with different colorsCan embody font- and text-related CSS properties (like text-shadow and gradient) See icon fonts in action by visiting my friend Chris Coyier’s icon fonts demo page. To learn how to use icon fonts, read this tutorial on CSS-Tricks: HTML for Icon Font Usage. Free Icon Fonts 1. Number of icons: 137. 2. Number of icons: 121. 3.

Why Do It Yourself? Digging into the Value of DIY A few days ago, I spent more than two hours dismantling and reassembling the guts of a toilet tank. There were some issues with flushing, and I wanted to see if I could diagnose it myself (I did, actually; there was a small broken part that was simple to replace). A plumber could have done it in ten minutes and probably would have charged me $25 or $50 for the service (in our area, anyway; it would likely be more in other areas). On another recent day, I spent about four hours building a small electronic spider that could walk under its own power. A few months ago, I disassembled part of our hot water heater to figure out why the pilot light wasn’t lighting. Whenever I describe activities like this to friends and family, many of them simply shake their head and ask why I would bother. The reasons are many. First, whenever I do a repair job myself, I know that if I’m ever called on to do it again it will be much easier the second time around. The end result of all of this?

Sintax77 | Hiking. Shooting. Exploring. Cheeseburgers. Hiking The Wallowa Lake Trailhead at the south end of Wallowa Lake provides a gateway into Oregon's Largest Wilderness, The Eagle Cap. If you thought this area was beautiful from the outside, entering the wilderness will simply blow you away! The Eagle Cap is a real National Treasure yet still affords unparallelled peace and quiet, a rare quality in today's world. The Chief Joseph Trail, the Aneroid Lake Trail, and the West Fork Trail are the three main trails that go into the Eagle Cap Wilderness from the Wallowa Lake area. Each provides the opportunity to day hike or to backpack to one's own ability. Easily reached vistas and overlooks, wild flowers, and stunning autumn colors are readily available for the casual hiker. Recommended Guides and Maps: Amazon: Hiking the Eagle Cap Wilderness by Fred Barstad Discover NW: Eagle Cap Wilderness Map Tramway Trails The Chief Joseph Trail The West Fork Wallowa River Trail The Aneroid Lake Trail The Hiking Page was contributed by the Wallowa Lake Lodge

Homepage | Free and premium mousemade pixel perfect graphic design and web resources. | pixel-fabric.com DIY Inspiration for Up-cycling Throwaway Materials If you’re a tradesman, problem solving forms a part of your daily job, and considering the price of raw materials, you are constantly aware of reducing unnecessary waste in order to cut on costs. Next time you’re at work, inspect the site and look for gems such as unused pallets, wood cut offs and piping. These materials are often foregone and taken to dumps after a specific project has been completed, but can be transformed into something both beautiful and functional – with some crafty work of course! We have searched the web far and wide and racked up a list of interesting ideas to inspire you to up-cycle (that is to reuse discarded objects or material in such a way as to create something of higher value than it was in its original state). Pallet Work Bench Pallets can be found virtually anywhere and are surprisingly hardy as they are meant for carrying heavy loads of bricks and shipments. [Credit: tlp801 on Instructables] Magic 2-In-1 Table [Credit: Dezine on Instructables]

A Catenary-Cut Tarp A Catenary-Cut Tarp Jeff Manion (Sorefoot) The finished tarp setup over a rope in a low configuration. General description: My goal was to make a lightweight durable dining tarp for canoe/kayak trips in e.g. The design is similar in some respects to commercially available tarps such as the Moss/MSR Hepta/VistaWings (65 and 120 sq ft, respectively). Weights: My completed 100 sq. foot version weighs 20.1 oz without any stakes or guylines. Scaling the Design: The design should scale easily, although some sizes will be much more efficient material-wise, since silnylon is sold only in about 5 ft widths. Set-up: The tarp is designed to be set-up with the pointed end higher than the "flat" end. Time: This was my first large sewing project. Recommended Tools Sanford Sharpie® permanent marker or similar for marking on silnylon. Materials: Silnylon, 65" width: 10 yds (8.66 yds + excess for reinforcement) 100% polyester or nylon thread ¾ inch nylon grosgrain ribbon 20 yds (19 yds actually used)

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