Mapa Mundial Vistas Multi - Genero Powered by WorldMap WorldMap Sign in | Create Map | View Map | Help Search for geospatial data Selected Data Refine Search Countries Skip to main content Countries Browse by country for overviews, news, analysis and maps on crises and disasters. OSM+Google+Bing fullscreen map Permalink © OpenStreetMap contributors (License ODbL) 500 m 2000 ft For Nutrition on the Run - Eat Like Davey Crockett Preparations for the flight to safety after a cataclysmic event always include, at their core, emergency food contingencies. Most preppers take the measure of stockpiling foods that can survive a long shelf life and that are suitable for light-weight travel. Dried foods typically dominate the shelf space as they are the most durable and travel-friendly food alternative. Just about anything can be dried or freeze-dried, so there can never be any complaints about variety.
Tautline Hitch - How to tie a Tautline Hitch © Copyright 2014 John E Sherry. All rights reserved Disclaimer: Any activity involving rope can be dangerous and may even be life threatening! Mountain UltraLight: Make Your Own Backpacking Meals! My 14 day John Muir Trail thru-hike with my son is just a few weeks away, so I've been busy preparing 28 days worth of backpacking food for us. Making your own is not that difficult, less expensive, and much lighter than buying those individually packaged meals. Are you up for the task? Atlas of the World The origin of the word World Atlas in itself is no less interesting than the traditional meaning which has come to denote a collection of maps, providing an encyclopedic wealth of information on the land, people and cultures in different parts of the world. One of the legends in this relation state, that the land of Mauritania was once ruled by King Atlas, a great philosopher, mathematician and astronomer who created the first celestial globe. In 1595, the great cartographer Gerardus Mercator first called his collection of maps as an "Atlas" in honor of this legendary king Atlas. Another even more popular legend speaks about the Greek mythological character of Atlas, the son of Titan Iapetus and Oceanid Asia, who was condemned to bear the burden of celestial sphere on his shoulders by the Greek God of Zeus. Atlas of the World The world atlas, even though seen as nothing but a well-designed and bulky tome sitting on library shelves, has had a very vivid history.
A Washing Machine That Fits in Your Pocket Designed for travelers—whether they're backpacking in Yosemite or on a business trip—the Scrubba is a tiny bag that washes clothes with no electricity and little water. The idea was born when an Australian adventurer, Ash Newland, was planning a trip to Africa with a friend. Because of all of the equipment they had to carry, from tents and sleeping bags to cold-weather gear, they could only take a couple of changes of clothes along. Skill of the Month: The Uber Match Hey Newsletter Subscribers — Sorry about the incorrect link! Click here to see the photos for Making Char Cloth The Uber Match (As featured in the Setpember 2011 issue of Practically Seeking) The ability to get a fire going can be the difference between life and death.
J. Falk's Wood Burning Trail Stove J. Falk's Created by: J. Falk , 2003 The last trail stove you'll ever need! Tomales Bay Kayak Camp Don't drive to your campground, kayak to it! Point Reyes' Tomales Bay is your waterway to a private beach with campsites. Rent a kayak from Blue Waters Kayaking in Marshall and stuff your vessel with overnight supplies that would be heavy to haul in with a backpack: gourmet dinners, wine, firewood, jiffy pop, that slightly larger tent.... (Be sure to pick up a fire permit at the Bear Valley Visitor Center before embarking.)