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Tinfoil. Simply put, its versatility while camping is great. In fact, it is rarely considered let alone overlooked. You can simply wrap food in the tinfoil and it will cut back on the dishes. Straight on the fire to wrapped in foil and placed on the barbecue it makes for a nice alternative to a huge pile of dishes at the end of every meal. Just make sure you dispose correctly!
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For family fun, try making some coffee can camping stoves. The simplest version of this involves splitting the sides of the coffee can (take extreme care not to cut yourself) from the top towards the bottom with five to six vertical cuts down two thirds of the can. Then line with tinfoil, and place a wire grill over the can. You can then place this on the fire to cook on. Other versions consist of cutting and opening in the side and top, and even insulating the can in order to burn wood within the can itself! Lots of fun and something that you can do in the wilderness with the family!
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Little hacks like this are often lots of fun or make things easier when you get outside with the family. So aside from getting out there and doing it, keep an eye out for more useful tips on the TNH Outdoors blog!
This is a shout out to all the good times that you can have with a camping hammock. The one word I think of when it comes to relaxation.
I think of it as the laziest we product we have and laziness represents a sense of freedom