This week I suggested making a few "Buddy Burners" for light, heat, and/or outdoor cooking under a grill. For anyone interested, here's an easy tutorial on how to make them from recycled materials.Self reliance: It's not only cheap and easy, it's good for the environment!
72 hour kits,
adventures in baking,
Do One Thing,
I love all these tutorials. One observation. You are home alone a lot and it makes me wonder who is holding your camera in some of those shots???
My magic unicorn. Actually, I am getting really good at being ambidextrous! I do all my own stunts and photography, which is why each shoot is about 15 shots to get one that isn't blurred! (note the candles in the teapot shot, STILL didn't get a good one! ugh!) But there you go. I would love to do live action video, but alas, living in the land of the lost, that would be really difficult! (that and I don't have a video camera! hah!)
Hey, I haven't seen, or made a Buddy Burner since I was a boy scout! I love it! They really do work great!
Thanks for the endorsement Paul!
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