47 Genius Camping Hacks Every Camping Fan Should Know

47 Genius Camping Hacks Every Camping Fan Should Know There are many reasons why you should be camping in winter, and it is actually better to for many reason , There are no bugs, the wildlife is in hibernation, and no one but you is crazy enough to be out there in the Arctic temperature. …

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Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans

Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving seed from one year to plant the next is an age-old tradition. It may sound like extra work but the results can be extremely rewarding and save you money in the process. Saving vegetable seeds can help preserve the particular variety you are growing (for example if you …

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How You Can Make Your Own Swimming Pool From 9 Pallets

How You Can Make Your Own Swimming Pool From 9 Pallets Just as I thought I had seen it all… this came along. I did an article the other week which showed you how to make a swimming pool from hay bales which did very well so I thought I would share this upgraded pool …

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Homemade Vanilla Pumpkin Sugar Body Scrub

Homemade Vanilla Pumpkin Sugar Body Scrub Those expensive sugar scrubs you see in department stores and spas… they cost pennies to make! Sugar scrubs are a simple beauty recipe with countless variations, and they can be incredibly moisturizing and exfoliating to the skin. If you are new to making your own beauty products. I highly …

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Freezer Friendly Foods: 30 Foods You Probably Didn’t Even Know You Could Freeze

Freezer Friendly Foods: 30 Foods You Probably Didn’t Even Know You Could Freeze Every savvy shopper knows you should buy in bulk when food items are on sale and find ways to preserve them until needed. While canning, pickling, and dehydrating foods all have their uses and merits, there is a much simpler way to …

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Honey Pumpkin Mead Recipe

Honey Pumpkin Mead Recipe According to gotmead.tumblr.com this mead is the color of a ripe peach and smells like autumn leaves – perfect for a Harvest blot. I have to agree, I made something very similar a few years ago around this time and it was the best tasting mead ever! So if you are …

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Signs That You Have Bad Blood Circulation

Signs That You Have Bad Blood Circulation Bad circulation can happen to us all—on cold nights when our socks aren’t quite thick enough or when we have simply been sitting still for too long. While we’ve all had this experience, If you or someone you know is constantly and desperately trying to warm hands, feet, and especially …

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Building a chicken coop – DIY tutorial

Building a chicken coop – DIY tutorial Having chickens is rewarding and just pure awesomeness  rolled into one. Make sure you have a great coop. Don’t spend hundreds of dollars on a pre made one. Build one! Raising chickens in your back yard can have many great benefits. Pre made chicken coops are expensive and I …

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