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Best Survival Gear for 2017

Do you know the difference between you and someone without survival gear?

Whether it is a military survival gear or an outdoor survival gear, being equipped can take you a long way. That is where the other person without the gears will fail. It can also be a zombie survival gear! When you are not in the safety of your home, it is intuitive to be prepared for what may come on your way.

There were times people dreamt of some amazing survival gear that you have today. […]

By | June 28th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Best Survival Gear for 2017

Solid Advice For Making Camping Less Stressful

Does the idea of camping arouse a bit of fear in you? There is no reason to allow that to stand in your way. All it takes is a dash of hard work, the right attitude, and a desire for a good time! Luckily you are in the right place. This article is filled to the brim with great ideas to better prepare for you for your next trip.
Do plenty of research on your camping site and ensure that it offers everything that your group will need. Consider the individual needs of each camper to ensure that everyone is taken […]

By | February 28th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Solid Advice For Making Camping Less Stressful

How to Pick the Best Survival Shelters

To make a productive and complete urgent plan and survival package, you need to think before and consider everything. There’s more to your survival plan than just batteries and water. You also have to think about what you should need to survive outside of your house for a possibly long period.

Tactical shelters are as different as the people who build and reside in them. Several shelters are so easy; you can easily keep all your supplies in a small traveling bag; others are more difficult than large underground shelters. No matter what survival shelter you choose, there are several things […]

By | January 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Pick the Best Survival Shelters

5 Ways to Buying the Best Outdoor Survival Gear

You have taken a wrong turn; your car stops, and you are lost in the forest with your tactical gear.

Have you get the proper gear and training to stay alive?

Some people would not be, even people who had some urgent pack or equipment just in case a major accident happened.

Someone in this problem needs a couple of things: the proper type of outdoor survival gear and understanding about how to use it. Outdoor camping is a fun hobby that many people love, yet it becomes a hobby that a person has to plan for.

Along with understanding the place that you […]

By | January 4th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on 5 Ways to Buying the Best Outdoor Survival Gear

How to Make a Bow Drill?

Primitive skills are simple, but they are not easy to learn. For making a bow drill, you have to assemble everything for it, from nature. To make fire with a bow drill, it is important to get your materials properly assembled. The best thing, to begin with, is the baseboard or a fireboard.

The base board should be wider. The board will last for a long time, and if you choose a hardwood, you will be glad to get a lot of fires from it. Most suitable measurements for the board will be 2 inches x 8 inches and ½ inch […]

By | December 31st, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on How to Make a Bow Drill?

Surviving In The Wild – Edible Wild Plants

Edible wild plants are everywhere you go. Not just it’s free food, but eating such plants is an important step toward the wilderness. The moment you understand where you can find them and how to eat them in the forest, you will be all set to know that whether you’re thinking of living on plants or you just have to go with some new tastes next time you go outdoor camping. Be very careful, eating harmful plant can be deadly.

Let us get started understanding about edible wild plants in The United States. Here are a few things and information to […]

By | December 30th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Surviving In The Wild – Edible Wild Plants

The Fall Part 1 – Startling Discovery

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Gerald stretched, arching his back and turning his head towards the ceiling, and reached for his worn badge. His shift at the Lurox Hotel & Suites in Cleveland was almost over and he was reeling from having to pull a double. With the art festival in town during the weekend the hotel was fully booked with many more panicking to find a room when they found that theirs was overbooked. It’s been nothing but hellish and he felt the stress headache beginning to throb behind his […]

By | August 8th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Fall Part 1 – Startling Discovery