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By: jliaban      

I think you’ll agree with me, safety pins are definite lifesavers. And by “lifesavers” I mean, literally. But in a quick moment let’s think of a myriad of ways we use safety pins as a result of our natural craftiness and, innate ingenuity and coming down to just simple practicality. We don’t want our ole’ cousin safety pins to feel neglected.Now here is a list of 25 things people are utilizing the humble safety pin for practical purposes to the surprisingly “not your everyday use of safety pins”, and in...[More]

By: webmaster      

Today we will take a look at the knife, a tool and a weapon all rolled in one. It all depends how you use it. When a clean and sharp knife is used properly it is relatively safe and extremely useful. However, it is first and foremost a knife.As a Scout at summer camp one year, one of my fellow Scouts was sitting at the picnic table carving a stick. The knife slipped into his finger and sunk to the bone. He ended up missing a day of summer camp...[More]

By: Parradox      

Now back to what I was saying, it was by the means of my “internal dialogue” that I understood my actions for going into the desert could not be based off conditions that are always changing for they are always are in motion. That my choice needed to be of something much more stable and consistent which of course would be God for who is the Alpha and Omega beginning and the end, the same today as He was yesterday. My motivation was for my relationship between Father, and...[More]

By: webmaster      

Oh no there is a cop behind me! What do I do! Should I run? Should I stop? What did I do wrong? Oh no my hair is falling out!First off calm down. There are many reasons you may be getting pulled over. I have been pulled over five times, once for speeding, once I was giving a warning, twice for forgetting to turn on my headlights, and once because my car matched description for a reported road rage incident. The only ticket I have ever gotten was for speeding....[More]

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Good day, everyone. Let's talk about Earth Day on April 22nd, 2011 and illustrate some points that we don't know or have forgotten its purpose and importance. As humans, we live our lives mostly feeling that "other people will take care of it". I don't want to do the dishes. Oh well, Mom will eventually do it. The district manager won't allow any additional handicap parking for reasons unknown but it still passes off to someone else to do something or complain. There are always ways to create situations...[More]

By: webmaster      

The body is an amazing piece of technology with many automated process such as breathing, heart beating and sweating. The body tries to keep itself at 98.6 degrees regardless of what the air temperature is. If the body's temperature drops to much our brain tells our muscles are told by the brain to contract and expand quickly, resulting in a shiver. This process generates heat, but also burns a lot of energy, too.Shivering is just another way our body works to maintain itself — take it as a clue to...[More]

By: jliaban      

Are they also one of your "Best-est", hope not your Worst One? A true blue camping enthusiast, or say, even if you have the remotest interest in camping and hiking or maybe an “I-just-feel-like-going-camping-let’s-see-what-happens” type of camper, you’ll always have something to say about the place you just went camping on. I mean camping is a great adventure, imagine experiencing nature at its best and worst cases. It’s epic. And who doesn’t have any story to tell about their last camping trip, hmmm even sloths have stories in there slumber....[More]

By: webmaster      

Rope was one of mans first inventions, even predating the wheel. Rope and knots are two words that go hand in hand, as one would be worthless with out the other. By definition a knot is a method of fastening or securing a length of rope by tying or weaving it.Knots in history have been associated with primitive religion, folklore, magic, superstitions, to cure evil, even to wave off sickness. Yes, to cure illness or to cause it. Tying knots has numerous of uses. From construction of bridges and...[More]

By: Parradox      

Welcome again to All Roadceos, it is good to be writing again now that I have taken the time to release some tension that all of us are exposed to for living in the city. Yes the tension, or in other words the stress with living with the constant non-stop noise of traffic, airplanes, and the bombardment of Electrical Magnetic Fields (EMF) from all devices. To take a moment to explore this a little further get yourself a portable radio that receives am radio. Now place this...[More]

By: webmaster      

Here are five accidents involving RV's & Trailers that I found on youtube. Some of these are like oh $hit and others are like geez what was the driver thinking ... A big trailer going down the road on a windy day is blown onto its side while moving. Results of a trailer flipping at 65mph do to tow cars breaks going out. RV taking out Cop Car! RV Stuck on a dry lake bed ATM Bank roof destroyed by camper trailer Hope you enjoyed the videos. What are your...[More]

By: webmaster      

My friends mom makes this awesome White Chili Dish. Everytime she makes it she gives me a bowl of it. I asked her for the recipe and permission to share it, which I got. Please enjoy the following.Ingredients 2 1/2 lbs Ground Turkey (Lean 93/7)28 oz Chicken Broth (low fat/low sodium/no MSG)2 Medium Onions (Diced)4 15 oz Cans Cannellini Beans, Great Northern or Combo of Both2 tsp. Cumin1 tsp. Sweet Paprika 1 tsp. Chili Powder1 tsp. Oregano (Greek if available)1 tsp. Garlic Powder1/2 tsp. Tumeric, Cloves, Cinnamon1/4 tsp. White...[More]

By: webmaster      

When I was still a young Scout, my Troop formed a high adventure patrol. This was before Venturing, and we were on a Air Force base 30 miles from the closet city. I did not have the gear for backcountry exploration, so my parents got me a external frame backpack for Christmas. I should point out, I did try the pack on at the store, and my dad did have me walk around the store with it on, etc.On my first backpacking trek, I was miserable and even cried through...[More]

By: Parradox      

Let us look at the next principle of the philosophy as brought to us from Napoleon Hill after studying people for 20 years. This principle is about FAITH; to tell you the truth there is not much that I could say better than Mr. Hill, so I will give you direct quotes from the book. It is my hopes that with what I share with you will be enough to stir your curiosity enough to cause a search for the book and embrace the riches that are for you...[More]

By: webmaster      

For those of you who have not heard, many areas are no banning brining in your own firewood. This is because many insects, that are not indigenous to an area and case vast problems. If you are planning to bring your own firewood, I suggest you contact the local ranger station to find out if its allowed. Here is a news article on the ban in Shenandoah National Park, which does a good job explaining the reasons behind the ban....[More]

By: webmaster      

Like most campers I enjoy having a campfire when the opportunity allows. I really enjoy sitting there looking into the flickering and glowing flames. However, I don't have big fires, nor do I leave it going all night.I was taught at a young age “Indian says white man stays warm getting warm, Indian stay warm crouched by fire.” This of course means the larger your fire the faster and more fuel it will burn. Thus you will stay warm going to the wood pile. The hottest part of the fire...[More]

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