Instructables: exploring - outside - outdoors - living Tue, 28 Jul 2015 13:09:37 PDT BLOX v1.01 Ice Spikes for Boots
Ice Spikes for Boots - More DIY How To Projects]]> Chuck The Builder Hey PeopleI live in northern Alberta and it gets icey in the winter. Trying to walk outside on a couple of inches of ice and snow can get slippy, so I decided to make some ice spikes for my boots. The beauty of these is that you an use them on any shoe or boot and they're built to last. You can buy ...
By: Chuck The Builder

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Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:54:52 PST
How to Skin a Squirrel
How to Skin a Squirrel - More DIY How To Projects]]> outdoorsman89 Contrary to modern belief, it is rather quick and easy to skin a squirrel. With some practice, anyone can skin and clean one in less than two minutes. All that is required is a few simple tools and your fresh squirrel.For a good video, CLICK HERE. This is another instructable about how to do the sam...
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Mon, 29 Sep 2014 15:24:01 PDT
Snow Saw, part 2: Midlife crisis on a budget
Snow Saw, part 2: Midlife crisis on a budget - More DIY How To Projects]]> iminthebathroom This is my first carving with the snow saw, it can be found here on instructables.  It took about an hour to cart away the excess snow that I had to dig away with the shovel, then out came the saw.  An hour later and the basic shape was complete.  Then on new years day I added the wheels and some de...
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Sun, 2 Jan 2011 00:22:08 PST
Snow Saw - part 1
Snow Saw - part 1 - More DIY How To Projects]]> iminthebathroom This is part one of the snow sculpture contest for instructables.  I posted this instructable  here early so others could build this simple tool and greatly expand everyone's ability to create something awesome for the contest.  20 minutes in the garage and your out the door with this bad boy. ...
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Thu, 30 Dec 2010 02:56:22 PST
The Green Pail Retained Heat Cooker
The Green Pail Retained Heat Cooker - More DIY How To Projects]]> LannyPlans The Green Pail retained heat cooker holds many foods at cooking temps long enough that simmering is not necessary it will hold 7 liters of pintos hot long enough to cook them well done and keep them above 170 deg F for 5 hours. The Green pail is basically an inner shell isolated from an outer shell...
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Fri, 6 Jun 2008 10:38:00 PDT
How to make a knife sharpener coolbeansbaby68 I could never sharpen a knife worth a beans so this is my first attempt of making my own. It works pretty good. I have plans of making another one .
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Sun, 16 Mar 2008 21:54:11 PDT