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7 years 8 months ago - 7 years 8 months ago #1272 by bailey952
Hacks for Your Next Camping Adventure was created by bailey952
Stuff the Shoes:
When you are done hiking and decide sleep off the tiredness, make sure that you stuff your shoes with socks so that insects and other tiny creatures don’t hang in there while you are asleep.

Use aluminium foil to cook food :
Aluminum foil is the best material and are perfectly safe roasting edibles. They are to use even on the charcoals and wouldn’t burn up your food despite the flames and heat.

Quick Fire-starters:
Carry with yourself a fire starters, it can be used to anytime.

Shaved Soaps:
shave the soap via a vegetable peeler and every time you want to take a bath or use the soap, you take a slice of soap out and use it.

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