Whether you are are a prepper, survivalist, or just a camper, getting and keeping your survival tents and shelters in top shape should be a priority. After all, it would not be much for you to find out, in the middle of a storm, that you have a hole in […]
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Bush Craft Courses Guide Choosing the best bush craft courses for your particular situation can be quite challenging. All outdoor survival classes aren’t created equal, and the school may not be a good fit for you. So, you need to do research to make sure the course that you enroll in […]Read more ›
In wilderness survival building a fire can be, under certain circumstances, the first thing you should do. Please note, this article isn’t going to examine how to start a fire by rubbing two sticks together or other bushcraft ways of fire starting. This article will instead focus on four simple, […]Read more ›
Bush Craft Tools If you are rescued, common sense will tell you that you’ll no longer need to worry about gathering food, water, shelter, and building a fire. So, if the weather is not, severe, strategizing about how you are going to signal for rescue should be your number one […]Read more ›
Unless you are a Zen master, in wilderness survival you are going to face stress. That is why you should learn some stress management tools. Some stress is beneficial as it can keep you alert. However, too much stress can lead to many dangerous situations as being “stressed out leads […]Read more ›
You can only live three days without water. So, finding drinkable water is a priority in outdoor survival. Streams and rivers may not be safe to drink. So, you need to take steps to assure that your water source is purified. This video will guide you in treating water. […]Read more ›
Personally, I think the winter months are the most dangerous for the outdoor enthusiast or winter traveller. During summer if you are overheated you can usually stop, rest and rehydrate. However, during a winter storm if you either not properly clothed or sheltered you are in big trouble. Prevention is […]Read more ›