Campaholics Episode 1 Part 2

author Jimmy Lee Motta   7 год. назад
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5 Cool Camping Tips & Tricks - "Tip Of The Week" (E21)

IntenseAngler's "Tip Of The Week", Episode 21. A quick compilation of camping, backpacking, and outdoor related tips and tricks. I've used these little tricks over the years while camping and have wanted to share some of them for awhile... they're just a bit too "small" to dedicate a full video to each of them. So after a little debate, I decided to compile them into a quick series for a full length TOTW video. The 5 tips and tricks covered here run the gamut from: Instant relief from the itch of mosquito bites, to how to keep the ice in your cooler longer without the usual soggy mess, to a simple trick to avoid tripping over your tent or tarp's guy-lines. There's really nothing earth shattering in any of these tips, but I hope that one or two of them may be useful to some of you... About "Tip Of The Week": In this weekly series we share some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and "how-to'" videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. New episodes are posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this series, I feature a different channel each week in the "intro" segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for your amazing level of support my friends! Featured Channel: YouTube user: "SoulSurvivorX2" http://www.youtube.com/user/SoulSurvivorX2 You can connect with IntenseAngler Outdoors on Facebook by following the link below. We will be posting exclusive videos, "behind the scenes" footage, and outdoor related discussions. Look forward to interacting with you via this medium my friends! Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IntenseAngler-Outdoors/184414338275552?sk=wall "Tip Of The Week" T-shirts Available At: http://www.intenseoutdoorgear.com/ Copyright 2012 - IntenseAngler Outdoors - All Rights Reserved

Worlds End State Park NEW Episode

Welcome back to Campaholics. This is the show that does the work for you. We go out camping and bring the full camping experience into your home. Each episode we will visit a new and exciting state park. We will explore all that the park has to offer and package it into a short but exciting and informative reality show episode. This week we are in Forksville, PA exploring the beautiful Worlds End State Park. Sit back and enjoy the latest installment of CAMPAHOLICS TV. You can also e-mail us at campaholicstv@gmail.com, we would love to hear from you. Thanks for watching.

Cold Camping Lesson

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GLAMP-ing at Nockamixon State Park!

CampaholicsTV takes you on a tour of one of the ten modern cabins located at Nockamixon State Park in Quakertown Pennsylvania. Kick back, enjoy the tour and oh yes, Have fun and Get Camping!

$8 MSR Pocket Rocket Knock Off? (Cheap Backpacking Stove Test)

Taking a look at an $8 clone of the MSR Pocket Rocket Stove. I recently ordered this piece of little piece of gear as an inexpensive way to start experimenting with Canister Stoves. My current go-to setup is a DIY alcohol stove that I love for the light weight (ultralight actually), but Winter is coming, along with cold weather, and the price was right. See where this is going? Link for current price and details http://amzn.to/2vJHEbJ The manufacturer claimed a weight of 3.9 ounces. According to my scale, that includes the case (that I'll never use), so the true weight rang it at 3.25 ounces. I didn't have an MSR Pocket Rocket to weigh at the time of filming, but the REI website lists it at 3oz, so the weights are similar. The $8 clone also boasts a Piezo Ignition system, which the real Pocket Rocket actually doesn't come equipped with. Most wouldn't rely solely on a Piezo ignition without an a reliable, back-up fire source though, so that's not really the end of the world. It also probably adds a bit of weight, but if you're hardcore enough, you could probably snip it off. Now let's see if it works...

Part 2 of Episode 1
Enjoy and Get Camping!

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