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The camp was simply a shed or leanto, open on one side, and in front of this shed the fire was built of beech and maple logs.
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK
Be careful not to set the leanto on fire with the sparks from your camp fire.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
With this kind of a fire and with a leanto, it is possible to keep warm in the woods, on the coldest, night in winter.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
This is the way to build a brush leanto: First cut two sticks and drive them into the ground.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
An open window, a leanto roof, a trellis and a high fence,—no decent prisoner could help escaping.
He must look out to be near plenty of firewood and leanto material.
TOURING AFOOTCLAUDE POWELL FORDYCE
A leanto for the bivouacker can then be kept down to three pounds.
TOURING AFOOTCLAUDE POWELL FORDYCE
You must have a windbreak of cloth leanto, boughs, or rocks.
TOURING AFOOTCLAUDE POWELL FORDYCE
In making the leanto at home the lightest material should be used.
TOURING AFOOTCLAUDE POWELL FORDYCE
It was a very comfortable house, with four rooms and a leanto, with a stone chimney.

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