Camping Gear Plans - Adirondack Mini-Cabin, Build a Portable Platform, and more
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The chair is composed to two pieces: the seat and the back. The two pieces slip together and require no fasteners when used. When carried the seat stows between the sides of the back for a very compact package.
They are designed for camping purposes, but there is no reason why you cannot make them for your lawn or playground; in fact, their rustic appearance makes them as appropriate for a lawn as for any purpose.
These great little camp stoves are easy to make in one evening. You can use this DIY camp stove on camps, barbecues, cookouts, picnics, and for emergencies.
Make a simple table out of a single 4' x 8' sheet of plywood that requires no hardware to assemble or lose. It comes completely apart and lays flat to easily transport in a truck or van and to store later back at home.
The plywood should be exterior grade with one smooth sanded surface. All cut edges need to be sanded. The cleats should be fastened with waterproof glue and rust resistant screws. A good penetrating oil finish will further prevent splinters and improve the life of the table.
This table design is in using by many Scout groups across North America. Each table can be cut from a single sheet of 3/4" plywood, making it quite economical.
Take your shelter with you for less than $1,000. These plans enable you to construct a portable, take-apart hunting cabin for less than $1,000 that lets you set up a warm, wind-protecting shelter anywhere.
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