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Instafire

With Instafire, lighting a campfire has never been so easy, simply pour into a pile and light it, then place wood over the top! The unique formulation is both safe and effective with no harmful chemicals or vapors, it comes conveniently packaged for backpacking, camping, and emergency preparedness uses. What is amazing - it burns steady, hot and even in very harsh conditions, including 30 mile-per-hour winds, rain and snow. The leftover ash is an environmentally friendly fertilizer that nourishes the earth.

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ADIRONDACK ROCKER | BY LOLL DESIGNS | Image

ADIRONDACK ROCKER | BY LOLL DESIGNS

Loll Designs might be your new go-to when you decide to upgrade your outdoor seating. The modern outdoor furniture manufacturer from Minnesota, USA, creates all their colorful products using 100% recycled materials such as milk jugs or detergent bottles, their durable, all-weather Adirondack Rocker chair (featured here) is made from 424 milk jugs and is available in a ton of bright colors. Go ahead, enjoy a glass of organic wine on your eco lounge chair! For e...
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THE ECOSPACE WORKPOD

An efficient use of space and budget. The Ecospace WorkPod is a compact, ergonomically designed workspace for one person and is a contemporary, practical solution for home workers needing separate, but affordable year round workspace. With optional integral work station and storage systems, it creates a cost-effective and productive working environment....
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THE SHACK WEEKEND RETREAT

If you live in a hectic city, at weekends you might feel like escaping to a place completely disconnected from technology, this might inspire you. The Shack is a weekend retreat designed by Broadhurst Architects for a family from the suburbs of Washington D.C., it is located on the southern slope of South Fork Mountain, near Upper Tract, West Virginia. The little rural structure is a cross between tent camping, and weekend cottage, it has no electricity ...
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