Milja Pulkkinen

Milja Pulkkinen

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This is a very good packing mechanism, and as has been noted by others, good for packing outfits. Tee shirts, underwear and socks carefully folded into a single roll.

15 Camping Meal Recipes that are perfect to cook over the campfire or on the grill. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner food that is cooked on a stick or skewer. - Its fun cooking for the outdoors.

15 Camping Meal Recipes that are perfect to cook over the campfire or on the grill. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner food that is cooked on a stick or skewer. Kebabs - Its fun cooking for the outdoors.

Backpacking/Hiking Checklist, not bad for basic list.

For Seniors earning their Adventurer badge: Checklist Could lead to a Take Action project.maybe holding a workshop to teach basic hiking skills to other girls who want to start enjoying the outdoors. by eleanor

There's nothing worse than a backpack that doesn't fit or causes pain. Here's how to properly pack your backpack and adjust it to fit. #travel #tips #backpacking

There are many hiking and backpacking trails in Loveland and all over Northern Colorado. There's nothing worse than a backpack that doesn't fit or causes pain. Here's how to properly pack your backpack.

How to pack your backpack

Packing a backpack isn't rocket science, or is it? Well it is backpack science; if you want to have an even and comfortable load that will actually allow you to move forward versus fall backwards.

23 Simple And Essential Hiking Hacks

23 Simple And Essential Hiking Hacks! Make your own walking staff. Walking sticks help with stability and balance and are especially good for your knees and back on a long hike. Learn more tricks and you’ll be king of the trail.

23 Simple And Essential Hiking Hacks

Determine remaining daylight on your hand. Use this simple trick to measure the remaining daylight without a watch. Count the finger widths between the sun and the horizon. Each finger is equivalent to 15 minutes, with each hand totaling an hour.