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Clothing Tips for Your Bug Out Bag

By Andrew J. / August 9, 2016

Putting together a survival kit in case of emergencies or disaster is part of being a responsible adult. To protect yourself and your family, put together a kit of emergency preparedness items that will get you through should a need ever arise. What you put in your kit is important, and there are many lists […]

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The City Dweller’s Guide to Getting the Most From a Wood Stove

By Emma C / February 12, 2016

In these days of heating systems and electric fireplaces it can be hard to imagine living any other way. The method I am about to explain to you is one some of us may (or may not) remember from our childhoods, but nonetheless remains a pretty basic and efficient way of heating your home. The […]

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How to Start a Fire in the Rain

By Andrew J. / January 13, 2016

Mother Nature is neutral. She does not care if you’re able to survive what she throws at you. That’s her nature… uncaring, unpredictable, wild and beautiful. I love a rainy night. But, come on! When I started this article, it had rained 16 out of the last 17 days in Georgia. Figuratively and literally, we […]