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D.I.Y: How To Build a Wooden Cooler

Do you want to build your very own wood cooler? Do you still have those old ice chest and you are dying to throw them away? Well, you better think again. Those old coolers of yours can still be re-purposed and transformed into a great looking wooden cooler furniture that will be the envy of…

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Survival Tips During Winter

Surviving the freezing temperature that winter brings is not as easy as it sounds. And keeping ourselves warm is not just enough. Below are some tips and tricks on how we can survive winter when faced with these 2 scenarios. Also Read:  15 THINGS YOU NEED IN YOUR CAR THIS WINTER 1. During a storm:…

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9 Things to Pack When Traveling

Whether it’s your first time traveling or the hundredth time, there are still essential things to pack when traveling to consider. And packing the right stuff for your travels is still a tricky one. Yes, you may have packed the right clothes and the right pair of shoes but what about the small things? Some…

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Tips on How to Get That Stellar Camping Trip!

Going on a camping trip is not as easy as it sounds. Just packing your stuff and heading into the wilderness without any plans is a very big NO-NO! For a great and stellar camping trip, detailed planning will go a long way. Proper selection of camping gears and tools and locating the best campsite…

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How to Stay Safe in the Great Outdoors

They say that there is no greater feeling in the world than sleeping under the stars in the great outdoors. But the first question that comes into mind for every camper is, how do we stay safe in the great outdoors? So, before going on a camping escapade with your friends or family, it is…

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Tips on How to get a Good Night’s Sleep When Hiking

Going on a hiking adventure is a great way to reconnect with Mother Nature. It is also a great stress reliever. But in order to complete all the daily activities that you have been planning for your hiking getaway, the body also require abundant amount of rest. And what better way to rest the body…

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15 Things You Need In Your Car This Winter

When winter arrives, there is also a very big chance that a dramatic snowfall will follow. Yes, I know, that the kid in all of us still loves the snow but at the same time, we are also aware of the inconvenience that winter snow brings. For those who drive every day, the roads during…

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Why You Shouldn’t Plan on Living Off the Land

 Living off the land or Bugging out has become one of the hot topics that defines the prepping community. Everyone has a bug out bag and everyone is planning on getting out of Dodge if things fall apart. Part of that comes from the idea that many preppers are expecting a serious enough of a…

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Installing a Wood-Burning Stove Temporarily for Emergency Heat

One of the biggest problems associated with a loss of electrical power isn’t the loss of our televisions and computers; it’s the loss of heat. Home heating is all controlled electronically, so without electricity, it doesn’t work. Even gas heat or hot water heat won’t work, as electricity is needed for the blowers and pumps…

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Can You Convert Your Home to Passive Solar Heating?

Can you convert your home to passive solar heating? In modern day America, most homes are heated with natural gas or electricity. Natural gas provides clean, inexpensive heat, which is distributed through the home by forced air. While electricity isn’t as cheap, it is distributed in a similar way. Either one will keep the family…

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How to Make an Off-the-Books AR-15

It appears that the Democrats are still hell-bent on taking our 2nd Amendment rights to keep and bear arms away from us.You’d think with all the defeats they’ve had, that they would eventually give up. But then, if they gave up, they’d never succeed in creating the totalitarian, socialist, police state that they want to…

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Beyond the Bug Out Bag

Bug out bags have become common enough to be considered a normal part of life today. You don’t even need to be a prepper in order to have a bug out bag, as even the federal government is recommending that everyone prepare one and keep it on hand. Yet, with all the talk going around…

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The Right Attitude, The Most Important Survival “Tool”

Amidst all the work of stockpiling supplies and preparing survival equipment, it can be easy to forget about preparing the most important piece of survival equipment of all. In fact, some people do the exact opposite, fueling their fear. If there’s anything that can kill you in a survival situation, it’s having too much fear.…

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Top 3 Portable Solar Chargers Review

If you are an outdoor person and you love to travel, then, issues regarding low battery are not new to you.  Sometimes, even in the confines of our homes, problems on low battery are still experienced. All of the gadgets that we are using today depend on electrically charged batteries in order to function. But…

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Preparing Your Car for Winter Survival

Pretty much everyone knows that traveling in the wintertime can be hazardous. Some avoid the hazard by avoiding traveling. But that doesn’t work for everyone; some have to travel. But few of those people take the precaution of preparing themselves and their car, in case they have some sort of problem along the way. A…

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Top 3 Best Machetes For Survival Review

Most if not all outdoor survival enthusiasts agree that machetes are very essential tool in any outdoor survival adventure. From clearing brushes, chopping wood, gathering firewood, and building shelter, having a machete in hand can make work more efficient. Survival machetes can also serve as a great all around cutting tool for just about any…

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Hardening Your Home Against Home Invasion

You’ve probably heard the old saying, “Locks only keep honest people honest.” That’s true to some extent. However, it’s mostly true due to the ways that people use those locks, more than anything else. If you follow the conventional wisdom on home security, then all you’re going to do is to keep the honest people…

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Home Repair Supplies to Store for Emergency Situations

When we talk about what to store for our emergency needs, the most common things that comes to our minds are food, water, medical and other standard supplies. But what about if it is not us who needs emergency supplies but our homes? then, home repair supplies is your answer. Since our homes can be…

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Top 3 Survival Compasses Review

In today’s era of technology and GPS navigation, survival compasses has somewhat become obsolete. Many outdoor adventurers today don’t even have any idea on how to use these survival compasses. This is also the main reason why many adventure survivalists don’t even bother adding traditional survival compasses in their survival tool kits. While it is…

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Winter Survival in the Woods

Winter Survival is much more challenging than surviving in the summertime. Not only is there cold and snow to content with, but food is not as plentiful as it is in summertime. Making matters worse, the body needs more food in the wintertime, in order to produce heat. In ancient times, many people starved in…

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Building a Survival First-Aid Kit

Any survival situation challenges us in all areas of our lives. We are challenged to find enough food and water, keep ourselves warm, defend ourselves from danger and even maintain our health in a decidedly unhealthy situation. Let’s face it, the risks are high in any survival situation. What makes it worse is that we…

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Emergency Flashlights Review

In today’s market, there are countless options when buying emergency flashlights is concerned, and choosing one which suits your taste, budget, and lifestyle can be quite the challenge. Emergency flashlights are not just simple flashlights. These flashlights bring to mind the heavy duty and bright flashlights carried by campers or security guards. In any hiking…

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Starting a Fire in Wet Weather

When I think of bugging out, my imagination makes it seem like an extended camping trip. The weather is beautiful, the fish can’t wait to jump on my hook, there are berries in the woods and an occasional deer stops right in my sights, and starting a fire is just like second nature. Ahh, it…

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The Three Best Survival Stoves Review

For outdoor lovers and survival enthusiasts alike, weight is an obsession. This is the main reason why 9 out of 10 backpackers prefer survival tools that are lightweight, portable and with multi-function properties. One of the most commonly used and carried survival tool among campers are the survival stoves; a stove that is not only…

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The Ultimate Bug Out Plan…With Kids!

Bugging out with kids can be a challenge. In fact, it can be enough of a challenge that I would try to avoid it, unless absolutely necessary. Kids have a hard enough time traveling when you go on vacation, a bug out will be considerably worse. In any bug out plan, you have to assume…

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