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Canadian Wilderness Offer Wildlife And Isolation

By Ben / January 13, 2020

Backpacking into the Canadian wilderness can be a lesson in solitude as there are thousands of square miles of untamed land waiting to be explored. However, it is highly recommended that a person never travels into the Canadian wilderness alone, as there are places as well as dangers from which one person may not be […]

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15 Life-Saving Shelters You Can Build Today

By Peter D. / November 17, 2019

Shelter is your top priority in most survival emergencies. Severe weather conditions can kill within a few hours if you don’t have some type of shelter to defend you from the elements. Luckily, there are a wide array of techniques and materials for escaping the elements. Check out my top 15 favorite survival shelters…(continue reading)

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Where All The Fish Are Hiding (And Where They Definitely Aren’t)

By Michael B. / September 18, 2019

There are three requirements a body of water has to meet in order for it to be inhabitable for fish: food, oxygen, and cover. Luckily, most every river, lake, or pond meets those criteria, so wherever you are, you can be pretty certain they’re there. Now you just have to find them! Different kinds of […]

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Woodworking Business – Your Initial Investment

By Andrew J. / September 16, 2019

In any form of business, understanding the costs of setting up the business and the costs of running it is of great importance. You have to fully understand the costs your startup costs- tools, space, time, etc.- this is your initial investment. Your total startup costs will entirely depend on the type of project you’re […]

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Everything You Need In A Roadside Emergency Kit

By Michael B. / September 14, 2019

Everyone’s been there- it’s a long day, all you want to do is get home and unwind, and out of no where something goes wrong; a pothole, a flat tire, a dead battery. Your night is ruined. But it doesn’t have to be. If you follow this guide and prepare yourself for every possible scenario, […]

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The 12 Hygiene Items Every Prepper Has Stockpiled

By Michael B. / September 2, 2019

During a crisis, several problems could arise as far as personal hygiene goes. Should there be a natural disaster such as a flood or earthquake, there is a very real possibility that the roads may be impassable. Getting to a store will be difficult, and on the chance you do get there, you’ll likely find […]

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Cold Weather Blues: Pneumonia

By Andrew J. / August 31, 2019

Everyone loves the end of the year for the cool evenings, holidays, and special time with family. Unfortunately, these months brings with them two seasonal torments: pneumonia and the flu. Today we’ll be tackling the former; where it comes from, what to expect, and how to knock it out as fast as possible. Pneumonia is […]

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Emergency Prep: Hurricanes

By Michael B. / August 30, 2019

The coastline of the United states is regularly battered by hurricanes- an average of about five every three years.   Hurricanes bring lots of heavy winds, some as strong as a hundred miles an hour.  Along with hurricanes also come water surges that reach to twenty feet in height. These intense winds can create cyclones, […]

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10 Water Storage Tips

By Michael B. / August 12, 2019

When it comes to eating and storing food off the grid, there are plenty of tips, tricks, and shortcuts. When there’s a shortage, you can even go without food for a while. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for fresh water, so here are ten things that should always be at the forefront of your […]

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