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  1. The Deuce of Spades is an ultralight backcountry latrine trowel that’s also the only trowel in the world that can be used right-side up and UPSIDE DOWN. It only weighs .6 ounces but it’s super effective and ridiculously tough. It’s available here for twenty bucks and a growing number of retailers. You’ve got to check it out.
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  2. That’s what makes the Z-Trek “the ultimate sport sandal.”
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2016-10-11)
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  3. No, non si mangia solo frutta per due giorni

    Naturalmente non abbiamo mangiato solo snack dolci. Ci siamo portati anche puré essiccato con brodo di verdure (sembra un abominio, invece è buono sia da reidratare, che come snack croccante; seguiranno dettagli!), riso…
    E le proteine?

    Anche se i carboidrati devono essere il principale macronutriente per chi pratica attività di resistenza, anche assumere una dose significativa di proteine è fondamentale per il mantenimento delle fibre muscolari e per velocizzarne il recupero. Le nostre proteine in questa avventura sono state completamente vegetali: fagioli al sugo e… tofu!
    Ma il tofu fa schifo!

    Povero tofu, bistrattato da chi non ha la minima idea di come cucinarlo e lo confronta – puntualmente – con un intero cinghiale arrosto. Il tofu è una fonte eccellente di proteine, è leggero, si essicca facilmente e soprattutto è gustosissimo, se preparato, per esempio… così.
    Spread di tofu al curry e peperoni
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  5. Cooking Dough Boys over a campfire is what great childhoods are made of! This easy and fun camping dessert is great for kids of all ages and is super tasty.

    Every summer of my Canadian youth, my family would head to our cabin where almost all the food we made was cooked on/in the fire. My favorite by far was cooking doughboys on sticks. It was fun because I got to build and cook it myself, which made it taste even better to me.

    Since then I've made these part of backyard and beach bonfire parties and they are always a huge hit!

    Let's get busy learning how to make these tasty outdoor treats!
    Tags: , by M. Fioretti (2015-11-11)
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  6. Hi and welcome to another Instructable by me Capsos.
    I do hope you enjoy these and please make sure you check out my other Instructables on here, Also with that if you are into Bushcraft or would like to see a little more on what I teach then please check my Instagram page Capsos_Bushcraft Have a brilliant day and please like this and leave a comment below. Thankyou


    Bannock bread is something that is easy to make and cook around a campfire.

    This mixture unlike others is a dry mix and can be stored until needed then only requirement is just a bit of water when needed.


    1. 3 x Cups of Flour

    2. 2 x Cups of Powdered Milk

    3. 1 x Cup of Raisins

    4. 2 x Tbsp. of Sugar

    5. 1 x Tbsp. Baking Powder

    6. Luke Warm Water
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2015-11-11)
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  7. Skyscape models utilize a dual (trekking or optional fixed length 45" or 115 cm) pole support structure, slightly offset from the center of the tent. The offset yields extra head room when lying down, reducing that claustrophobic feeling. Further, it allows the Skyscape to be extremely rigid when guyed out, creating a structure capable of riding out the worst storms.

    The Skyscape employs Hybrid Double Wall construction. Over 80% of the canopy is separated from you by a mesh wall, keeping that wet canopy at bay. The Hybrid Double Wall construction allows the vestibules roll back. On warm summer nights, convert the Skyscape into a net tent, pesky bugs stay outside while you enjoy the views and breezes.

    The Skyscape's large side entry door lets you easily enter the tent or retrieve gear . With floor length over 100 inches, the Skyscape accommodates the tallest hikers. You can carry a light tent and still sleep well.

    Trekker Model

    The canopy and floor of the Trekker are constructed with silicone nylon. This fabric has been the work horse of fabrics used to build ultralight tents for the last decade. It’s main properties are its strength, light weight and that it’s impervious to mold or mildew.

    The Trekker is a great when you want to be light but don't want to break the bank.
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  8. The hood is set into the ridgeline and seals shut quickly in tarp mode when the ridgeline is under tension without the need to tie up and stake out the hood to prevent water pooling like common circle-in-the-middle hood style ponchos. The MLD SlitHood is also the strongest hood design possible. Our unique hood design requires over 60 manufacturing steps to produce.

    Overall shape tapers front to rear for good coverage in tarp and poncho mode. Widest front width poncho tarp made for full coverage in tarp mode. Tapers to 55� in the rear. In poncho mode the wide end is in the rear to wrap around pack. In tarp mode the wide end is over the chest and head for more rain and wind protection.

    Note: See the review of our older prototype 2004 Pro Poncho tarp at:
    Our newest one is very close to the one reviewed. The current model offers many small improvements and hardware upgrades that drop the weight improve performance. In general, the review places the MLD Silnylon Pro Poncho at the top of pack.
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  9. To dry the meat out you can use the oven of your cook stove. I put a pan in the bottom of the oven to catch any drippings off of the meat then drape the strips of meat over the wire cooking racks in the oven. Turn the oven to its lowest setting (below 200 degrees for sure) and leave the oven door propped open about six inches.
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  10. I have to admit that up until a few years ago I did not know what a Cagoule was.

    In French it translates as “hood”, but historically refers to a monk's woolen robe. According to my research it is also a British / English term describing a style of waterproof garment made by Noel Bibby, Yvon Chouinard, and probably others(?) beginning in the 1950s and 1960s.

    It is basically a hooded ¾ length pullover with a ¼ length neck opening, traditionally having a large, central front pocket, although there are several variations.

    This short 2 minute video shows the Cagoule being used as part of a system along with the Sierra Designs Elite Chaps.
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