One reader wondered why I categorize hot, tasty food as a survival item, and why I claim quick, tasty recipes are survival tools.
Well – that’s a really good question! So here is a story from World War II about food and its affect on morale.
by Leon Pantenburg
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Product review of Dave Canterbury's Pocket Hunter. I gave the Pocket Hunter a 7 out of 10. The Pocket Hunter was reasonably priced. The blister package should be designed so that the fletching on the arrow does not get damaged. When first taken out of the package, I
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How To Build Survival Kits You Can Be Proud Of
Many people think of a survival kit as just having your food, water, and first aid.While this is true and they are very important items that you’ll need...there is SO much more to it than
Hello, everybody! I'm trying to get back to my roots by providing you with cheap and easy DIY projects for bushcrafters on a budget. In this video, I show you how to make a mini waterproof capsule that can hold one CR123A battery, a small fishing kit, some fire starting