CAMPING TIPS

Everyone loves a backyard fire pit. It’s a great way to bring the campsite experience back home. It’s a great place to roast marshmallows, and creates a gathering place. For all of the upsides, there is one big downfall – cooking. It’s our belief that nothing tastes better than food cooked over a flame. Backyard
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Check out the Biolite Kettle Charger! https://amzn.to/2J4HqC9 The Thermoelectric Generator [TEG], located on the base of the KettleCharge, uses a difference in temperature to produce electricity. This comes from having a hot side and a cold side within the device. The Kettle filled with water serves as the cold side; the flame of your stove
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Eric Singer from Shwood Eyewear tells us how he got started making hand crafted wood sunglasses, while showing us around his factory. Shwood Eyewear Website: https://www.shwoodshop.com/us For more tips, tricks, recipes, gear reviews and more – visit us at: http://www.50Campfires.com Don’t forget to check out the 50 Campfires : Daily Outdoor Podcast: http://bit.ly/daily-outdoor We’d love
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Check it out on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aet5jg The PDL Drive System The PDL Drive System is the heart of the Malibu Pedal kayak. With a 10.3:1 gear ratio, I found myself getting to where I was going faster…and easier. The system itself is incredibly easy to install and remove, with just a handful of built-in twist
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50 Campfires was invited to a sneak peek inside a brand new Duluth Trading Company store in Red Wing, Minnesota. We’ve become big fans of the Duluth Trading Company brand, especially as outdoor wear. It’s tough as nails, and backed by a “No Bull” lifetime guarantee. Enjoy! For more tips, tricks, recipes, gear reviews and
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Check out the Lifestraw Mission Filter! https://amzn.to/2ss9tEH For more tips, tricks, recipes, gear reviews and more – visit us at: http://www.50Campfires.com Don’t forget to check out the 50 Campfires : Daily Outdoor Podcast: http://bit.ly/daily-outdoor We’d love to have you join us over on Facebook as well: http://www.facebook.com/50Campfires Our monthly digital magazine is free! Claim your
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Bulldog Folding Trailers are ideal for inflatable boats, dirt bikes, kayaks, hauling camping gear and even hunting gear. Bulldog Folding Trailers have been around for over 20 years overseas and are making a big splash in the US market. These trailers fold effortlessly and allow you to store them in a very small footprint. For
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Check out the Biolite Base Camp Stove! https://amzn.to/2LLQ3TX BioLite develops and manufactures advanced energy products that make cooking with wood as clean safe and easy as modern fuels while also providing electricity to charge cell phones and LED lights off-grid.The BioLite team together has over 30 years of product development experience and holds more than
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This is my second twig stove, I’m really liking the idea of a twig stove now. In this video, Scout and I head to the forest to cut some wood, have a large fire in the firebox stove, hang a hammock and cook up some great lunch. http://www.fireboxstove.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Joe-Robinet-Bushcraft-260005731008348/?ref=hl Instagram https://instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Robinet_Joe
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A good multi-tool is a must-have around the campsite. From carving roasting sticks to fixing zippers, you just can’t beat the functionality. The Victorinox Swiss Army SwissTool BS does an excellent job of acting as a mini toolbox in your pocket, and here are few of the things I liked about it. For more tips,
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Read more here: http://50campfires.com/25-best-campgrounds-within-two-hours-of-chicago/ For more tips, tricks, recipes, gear reviews and more – visit us at: http://www.50Campfires.com Don’t forget to check out the 50 Campfires : Daily Outdoor Podcast: http://bit.ly/daily-outdoor We’d love to have you join us over on Facebook as well: http://www.facebook.com/50Campfires Our monthly digital magazine is free! Claim your subscription here: http://bit.ly/50CFMag
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