And just when you thought you were too old to enjoy the outdoors, Stick-lets comes along. Sure, they’re meant to help kids get back outside and build forts with sticks, but who says you can’t enjoy them too? Could be good for camping/backpacking.
How to make candle wicks: Soak wick overnight in 4 tbsp borax, 2 tbsp salt, c. Use butcher twine or thick cotton string. Once fully dried dipped in candle wax times! Use a pop can tab to keep wick on bottom of jar when pouring in wax.
Assembled barrel stove on a concrete floor. Concrete blocks will have small stones dropped into cavities for extra bulk. The barrel rests against a concrete wall using it as part of its heat sink. The blocks and some air space protect the wood wall on the
Make/Grow Your Own Cooking Oil - You want to be more self sufficient? Well here's a way to grow your own cooking oil. Sunflower Seeds Place to grow sunflowers Seed oil Extractor (plastic bottle tubing small funnel wire screen strainer) Glass Jars
From the website's interesting article: While our family creates a homestead from scratch on raw land, we've been living without running water. Here's how we make bathing, cooking, drinking, and watering without running water work for our family.
Easy long-term food storage for a variety of staples: rice, beans, grains. Buy in bulk, store in clean empty bottles and use what you need as you need it! They are water and air tight and keep bugs out! 1 and 2 liter sizes are great for trading too!