The Swedish Fire Torch, also known as a Canadian Candle, is a great way to set up a fire as it uses only one log, has a flat cooking surface and is self feeding, meaning it can burn for several hou… (Primitive Camping Hacks)
Fire log: - A log from the yard - A chainsaw - lighter fluid - matches or a torch First up, using the chainsaw cut the log like a pizza. Cut it about to the way through the log. Next up pour some lighter fluid down in the center and light her up!
Use an old tire to create a small backyard pond. My kids, 3 sons, have been helping with yard work and planting. They keep asking for a pond. I think this is a great DIY project to do outside with them. Looks simple.
Classic Sawhorse Ive found a sturdy sawhorse thats great even if you have limited space. When Im done working with them I just stack them on top of each other and store them out of the way. Heres all it takes to build one horse: One 26 fo
::: DIY : barn doors ::: Instead of buying an expensive barn door track kit, make one yourself. Fifty-eight dollars worth of hardware—including casters and plumbing pipes—transformed two salvaged 10 dollar doors into a barn-style entry.
Want to add a garden but have limited space? This pyramid-shaped planter provides 36 linear feet of planting area, yet its base is compact enough to sit nicely on a deck or patio. Fill it with flowers, herbs or vegetables--its unique tiered design allows