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Cool DIY Info: 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

Cool DIY Info: 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

Postby jpf1030 » Thu Jan 30, 2014 5:25 am

Howdy All,
Thanks to our Utah prep friend, Reg M, for sending the below info link on some really good ideas for making camping or bugging out more enjoyable. A few of the items are dorky, but the majority are very good. I know there are many other DIY cool things all of us have done, so if anyone cares to reply to this blog thread with additional items, please reply with your ideas postings to this posting. You may want to get some of the following items made/acquired now before you find you really wish you would have had them...Get Prepared!!!
Happy Preparedness Trails,
Jim
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These tips and tricks will guarantee you’ll be a totally happy camper this summer. posted on June 5, 2013 at 2:20pm EDT
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1. Use foam floor tiles for a softer, more comfortable tent floor. Use foam floor tiles for a softer, more comfortable tent floor. alittlecampy.com
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2. Point a head lamp into a jug of water for an instant lantern. Point a head lamp into a jug of water for an instant lantern. Flickr: listorama
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3. Also: Mountain Dew + baking soda + peroxide = lantern. pinterest.com
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4. Make tin-can sandwich bread as a portable food option. Get the recipe here: http://www.thereadystore.com/containers ... an-part-2/
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5. Familiarize yourself with what the poisonous plants look like. sheknows.com
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6. Bring a tick deterrent, including a natural DIY one like this:Image

7. Glue sandpaper to the top of your match holder. Be sure to buy strike-anywhere matches. craftaholicsanonymous.net
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8. Repurpose a coffee can to hold and protect TP. fieldandstream.com
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9. Make crescent rolls over the campfire. For maximum yumminess, fill ‘em with stuff like marshmallows and Nutella. Or wrap hot dogs with them. Get the directions here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Camping ... ent-Rolls/
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10. Use Tic-Tac boxes to store spices. skruben.blogspot.ca
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11. Invest in a two-person sleeping bag. This one is $84.99 from Cabelas.com
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12. Get these seat hammocks for car camping. hammocks.com
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13. Cut up a straw and fill the pieces up with antibiotic ointment or toothpaste for single-use packets.
Use a lighter to seal up the ends. briangreen.net
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14. Make travel coffee bags out of coffee filters and dental floss. Place a scoop of coffee grounds into a coffee filter and tie it up with dental floss. When you’re ready to brew, just make it like you would make tea in a teabag! scjohnson.com
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15. Need your coffee? Bring a few of these. They’ll keep you from going into caffeine withdrawal. pinterest.com
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16. Make candle stakes for romantic nighttime lighting. asubtlerevelry.com
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17. Make single-use soap leaves from a bar of soap and a vegetable peeler. You can also rub soap on mosquito bites to relieve the itchiness. asubtlerevelry.com
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18. Use an empty laundry detergent dispenser as a hand-washing station. greatwildoutdoors.com
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19. Use a belt and hooks to hang up pots and pans. pinterest.com
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20. Make campfire cones! kidactivitiesblog.com
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21. Pack a mini first-aid kit into an old prescription bottle or Altoids tin. chasinggreen.org
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22. Make pancakes with pre-made pancake mix using shortening and dry milk, which don’t need to be refrigerated. You can also find powdered eggs at most grocery stores (if you don’t shudder at the thought).onegoodthingbyjillee.com Get the full recipe here: http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/201 ... e-mix.html
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23. Put a battery-powered votive candle into an empty peanut butter container to make portable lanterns.
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24. Make a portable washing machine with a plunger and a bucket.
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25. Make an easy-to-carry fire starter with a cardboard-only egg carton and match light charcoal.
Make an easy-to-carry fire starter with a cardboard-only egg carton and match light charcoal. You just have to light the carton and the fire will catch on to the charcoal. sewmanyways.blogspot.com
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26. macbrosplace.comImage

27. Make pocket-sized oil lamps out of travel-size or hotel toiletry shampoo bottles. instructables.com
Get the directions here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Pocket-Size-Oil-Lamp/
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28. Forgo the meat marinade and put the rosemary right on the coals. Once the coals are uniformly gray and ashy, cover them with fresh rosemary branches. Your meat and vegetables will be flavored with the taste of savory herbs. marthastewart.com
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29. Bring cheeses in waxed packaging as well as hard cheeses. Aged cheddar, Parmigiano, and/or Gruyère will keep for at least a week unrefrigerated. cutefoodforkids.com / Via bonappetit.com
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30. Add bundles of sage to a campfire to keep mosquitoes away. google.com
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31. Try roasting Starburst. Sounds crazy, but it’s actually delicious. Crunchy on the outside, warm and gooey on the inside. Roast it until it’s bubbling. clarkandsuz.blogspot.com
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32. Forgo pasta for a quick-cooking alternatives like polenta, quinoa, or couscous. Polenta is especially versatile because it can be shaped into patties and pan-fried for a sweet or savory meal. Get a recipe for grilled polenta cakes here: http://campfirevegan.blogspot.com/2012/ ... cakes.html
bonappetit.com
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33. Cook cinnabuns (the canned kind) in a hollowed-out orange over a campfire. Get the full details here: http://www.trulysimple.com/2010/06/oran ... ed-orange/
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34. If you’re going to be hiking, use this biodegradable trail-marking tape. gofastandlight.com
JPF Note: For all us country folk loggers, farmers, ranchers, this is just plain ol' flagging tape (ok, so we don't use "bio-degradable"
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35. Keep the kids busy with a scavenger hunt. thetaylor-house.com pinterest.com Write the items down on a paper bag so they have a receptacle for the items.
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36. Use a bucket and a milk crate as an emergency toilet. rootsimple.com Get the directions here: http://www.rootsimple.com/2009/07/human ... ilk-crate/
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37. Cotton pads dipped in wax are a crazy easy way to make portable fire starters.pinterest.com
JPF Note: Cotton Balls are much cheaper & Don't forget how easy it is to find pitch on area trees (hardened sap oozes
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38. Bring microfiber towels — they’re super absorbent and lightweight. amazon.com
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39. Freeze gallon jugs of water and place them in your cooler. They’ll keep your food cold, and you’ll have plenty of water to drink for later. Other things you can freeze to use for later: pasta sauces, chili, and pesto. campingblogger.net
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40. Make emergency light sources out of an Altoids tin, cardboard, and wax. Get the instructions here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Better- ... ternative/
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41. Make sandwiches with this campfire panini press. No matter how far you have to carry this thing, YOU NEED IT. Get it here, http://www.campsaver.com/panini-press?g ... 4AodRxkAOw, for $25.95.
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