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Animated Knots: Learn Popular Outdoor Knots With The Help Of The North Woods Field Guides

Animated Knots: Learn Popular Outdoor Knots With The Help Of The North Woods Field Guides

The Poor Man's Guide To Survival Gear Special Note: Obviously, an entire book could be written on this subject, which is a task beyond the scope of this article. The purpose of the following piece is to give those with financial difficulty a foothold on prepping without added pain. It is meant to be a starting point, not a compendium. A friend of mine took note recently that a large portion of activists involved in the Liberty Movement had hit extremely hard times, or had been struggling financially even before the general economic collapse began to take hold. He asked me my theory on why it was that so many of us are always so broke. While I consider this fact a source of solace in these extraordinarily hard times, it still does little to put food on the table, or survival gear in the bug-out-bag. The overall consensus within the prepper community is that survival planning is expensive, and yes, it certainly can be. Backpack (Bug Out Bag) Camouflage Clothing Finally, buy wool socks. Combat Boots Camp Heater Survival Knife Yes.

Hobo Stove | Practical Survivor Urban survival is a tricky subject to discuss. There are advantages to urban survival. Anywhere you look there are items in trash cans and dumpsters that can be used to improve a survival situation. Cardboard boxes can be used for shelter, newspapers can be used for insulation and to the practical survivor another persons trash can be a treasure. Keep an open mind during any survival situation. Whether backpacking, camping, or surviving, having a way to cook can make a huge difference. A coffee can or large vegetable/ravioli can will allow you to build a stove and cook. Items used to build this stove: * Coffee can * Can opener * Tin snips * Drill and drill bits * Metal coat hanger There are many methods that could be used to build this stove. We use a metal coat hanger to build rods which will help hold up the cooking pot. The top side of a coffee can is already opened. We then used the tin snips to cut a small door. Four more holes need to be drilled along the top side. Materials:

7 awesome survival sites & Survival Gear Review 1. Survival Topics A very informative site run by Ron Fontaine, owner of Firesteel.com. 2. A great survival resource, with a well populated forum with membership numbering in the thousands. 3. One of the most comprehensive survival sites on the net, this one should be checked daily and bookmarked. 4. One of the biggest survival/self sufficiency forums around, this one can’t be missed. 5. Another good sized forum, there is a wealth of knowledge to be found here. 6. A constantly updated, very well presented site. 7. A mid-sized forum filled with intelligent and knowledgeable posters, it’s definitely worth checking out every day. Like this: Like Loading...

- StumbleUpon Wednesday, Apr 20, 2011 So you stock up on a year’s supply of medications. What then? There comes a tremendous sense of confidence when you know how to find and grow your own “medicines”. I have to begin with my very favorite herb and actually most common “weed”; though, weed is a dirty word in my vocabulary! You will find that most of the plants we consider nuisances are some of the most beneficial herbs for healing. Herbs You Can Find Growing Wild: Plantain can be found virtually anywhere in the United States and every continent except Antarctica. For identification, go here. Elderberry can be found throughout North America. Berries: Diaphoretic, immune-building, laxative, anti-rheumatic. For identification, go here. Honeysuckle If you can’t find Elderberry near you, or the birds get to the berries before you can, Honeysuckle can work quite nicely as a substitute. Mullein Is another of my favorites. How to use it: Poultice from the leaves. Preserve the leaves by allowing to dry.

Bramble Berry Soap Making Supplies | Mineral Make-Up Want to make your own all natural mineral make-up? Maybe you want to know down to the last ingredient what you put on your skin or maybe you just can't find that perfect shade of lipstick. Bramble Berry has everything you need to make customized mineral make-up. Info and Inspiration Learn how to get the perfect smoky eye and a fabulous mossy green eye shadow recipe over at the Soap Queen Blog. Les Stroud -- Off The Grid I am here in the library and just watched as much as I had time for and skipped over some of it especially when the chopper had to fly in Les' building materials. AND never have seen anyone build in the winter, in the wilderness. From the few times I have helped build a cabin and especially when building on my mtn place I get up there when the snow is melting and then stay until the heavy snows hit in late October and many times stay until Nov. Les said he did not begin building until October! Well, I don't want to criticize his videos for they are interesting and possibly will help some who are able to do something similar. I built my remote mtn retreat with bunker and sheds for around $14,000 including the price of the land. For some who have not seen how some of us build small and "cheap" here is one which also has solar power and gravity fed water from a spring. > Just before going down to the door >

Comprehensive Survival Food List & Storage Guide Rady AnandaActivist Post Survival food storage practice doesn’t require Mormon membership, but the tradition, wrought from their first Utah winter, is worth emulating should disaster strike or technology fail, two survival books by Mat Stein. This guide, Part 2 of my survival series, relies on Stein’s books, and websites dedicated to survival preparedness. At its most basic, food storage wisdom demands that you buy what you eat, and organize and label the boxes or bins with contents and date. 10 years or longer: Honey, sugar, salt, soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, black pepper, Worcestershire sauce and wheat berries. 5-10 years: Most dried legumes and whole grains, dehydrated cheese, instant or vacuum-packed coffee, baking powder, powdered eggs and frozen butter. Up to 5 years: Processed (partially hydrogenated) liquid vegetable oils, Crisco shortening, cornmeal and corn flour, and nonfat powdered milk. Up to 30 years: beans, dried apples, macaroni, potato flakes and oats. MREs Dehydrated Food

s Homemade Soap Recipe by Robert Wayne Atkins Grandpappy's Homemade Soap Recipe Copyright © 2007,2008 by Robert Wayne Atkins, P.E. All rights reserved and all rights protected under international copyright law. Click Here for a Microsoft WORD printer friendly copy of this article. Introduction During hard times sooner or later everyone runs out of soap. To make soap you only need three things: rainwater,cold ashes from any hardwood fire, andanimal fat from almost any type of animal, such as a cow, pig, goat, sheep, bear, beaver, raccoon, opossum, groundhog, etc. Soap is not difficult to make and it does not require any special equipment. Soap is a "perfect consumer product" for the following five reasons: Soap is a legal product.Everyone everywhere uses soap.Soap is completely used up in a short period of time.When people run out of soap they want to buy more.Soap is relatively low in price so almost everyone can afford it. There are three major differences between homemade soap and commercial quality soap: Basic Soap Making Equipment

Vivos Gear - The Ulimate Products To Help Assure Your Survival From All Risks The Vivos Quantumm shelter system is your perfect solution to an affordable, yet safe, secure and very comfortable, impervious hardened underground shelter for your private group. Scalable to accommodate from 4 to 12, or virtually any number of people, with built-in storage for a minimum of 1 year. Can be shipped and installed anywhere! Subject to all government import and export regulations and restrictions.

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