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Archive for January, 2009

Cottage Building Costs‏

There have been some requests lately from readers that would like to follow the same steps I did in building a cottage and they are looking for costs to put a budget together.  I know where they are coming from because before I started all this I couldn’t find any costs or quotes or even […]

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Hiking Stick

This light weight aluminum hiking stick extends from 28” to 57” and locks in place. The wrist strap has a thermometer and compass. The rubber tip is removable to expose a carbide tip which is great for slippery conditions. Removing the knob on top reveals a camera mount which is excellent for taking steady wild […]

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Horseshoes

Here is another great outdoors weekend game. Horseshoes can be played by most people and in most locations. The only real limitations are that the horseshoes are 2.5 lbs and not everyone will be able to throw that weight with any consistency. That being said it is a great way to spend an afternoon with […]

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Hotdog Spiders

This is one of the simplest recipes and a tradition for me around a campfire. Prep time: 1 min Ingredients: 1 thawed hotdog Instructions: Make a straight cut starting from one end of the hotdog 1/3 of the way down towards the center. Rotate the hotdog 90 degrees and make another cut so that a […]

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Telescoping Campfire Fork

If you are planning on having a campfire this year and have a tradition of roasting marshmallows or hot dogs, like we do, then you will want to get at least one of these Telescoping Forks. The fork extends from 12” to 34” giving you more then enough clearance from the fire so that your […]

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Bocce Ball

Bocce Ball – The greatest weekend outdoor game For anyone that has not played bocce ball they should try it when they get the chance. Anyone can play, young or old, which makes it a great family and get-together-game. It can be played virtually anywhere on any terrain. You will be limited only by your […]

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