49 Outdoor Skills and Projects to Try When Camping
Planning your spring outdoor adventure?
Try these skills and projects, even if it’s in your backyard. In fact, your backyard may be the best place to start your journey to outdoor self-reliance.
Burn Stuff (Combustion)
Practice in wet conditions. If it ain’t raining, you ain’t training…
Cut Stuff (Cutting Tool)
Shelter Stuff (Cover)
Tie Knots and Stuff
Make Outdoor Stuff
Wilderness Self-Reliance Stuff
Let the fun begin! Get out and stay outdoors.
Keep Doing the Stuff of Self-Reliance,
P.S. – You can also keep up with the Stuff we’re Doing on Twitter, Pinterest, Google +, YouTube and our Facebook page… and over at the Doing the Stuff Network on Pinterest, Google +, and Facebook.
Todd Walker is married to the lovely Dirt Road Girl, proud father and grandfather, a government school teacher, a lover of the primal/paleo lifestyle and liberty. His website, Survival Sherpa, provides information about ‘doing the stuff’ for self-sufficiency, preparedness, natural health, and functional fitness. Connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. Send him mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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