Category: Camping

How to Refill 1 Pound Propane Bottles

How to Refill 1 Pound Propane Bottles - Gas companies are not allowed to refill these bottles but you can do this at home for around 50 cents! Because this is propane and pressure, please be warned that this may be dangerous, please read the sites Disclaimer page before trying this.

Backup power is a vital piece of any preparedness plan. It’s so important that you have a means to heat your home, light to see and a way to cook with when the power goes out and those main methods …

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DIY Emergency 100 Hour Candles For $1 Each

DIY Emergency 100 Hour Candles For $1 Each - I found a great tutorial that shows you how to make candles that last 100 hours (have a think how long 100 hours of realistic use is!) and only cost a buck to make, this in my books is awesome and make as many as you can!

There are lots of things that preppers lean on in times of crisis. From the mundane to the most extreme. In times of total collapse, people are going to lean on that high powered rifle and all the ammo it …

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The 4 Golden Rules of Cast-Iron Cooking

The 4 Golden Rules Of Cast-Iron Cooking — A lot of people have had their cast-iron pots and pans for tens if not a hundred years or more and they still work as good as they day they were brought. Cast-iron skillets conduct heat beautifully, go from stove top to oven with no problem.

There is a reason why people of the past used cast iron cookware. You see, there were no Walmarts out there or Amazon deliveries. That said, you have to understand how important it was to upkeep that cookware.  When you …

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What Really Kills in the Wilderness

Have you ever been to the wilderness? I am talking about expansive wilderness that is either thousands of feet up in elevation or surrounded by thousands of acres.

Have you ever been to the wilderness? I am talking about expansive wilderness that is either thousands of feet up in elevation or surrounded by thousands of acres. Its a very different thing than just doing a couple mile circuit …

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How To And Why You Need To Make A Solowheel Pack

How To And Why You Need To Make A Solowheel Pack - These solowheel packs are awesome if you have more than a bug out bag, if you have a really heavy bag or someone who isn't strong.

Concerned about the bugout bag weighing you down too much? This should be a concern. Americans are sedentary creatures and we do a lot of time behind desks and on keyboards. That said, it’s important that we consider our true …

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25 Make Ahead Camping Meals

It may seem like 25 make ahead camping meals wouldn’t be much of a topic for SHTF. In fact, that couldn’t be further from the truth. There are many opportunities for make ahead camping meals. The most obvious of course …

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Must-Have Survival Items for Camping

Camping is a fun pastime but you never know when your weekend in the woods will turn into a survivalist camping trip.

Camping is a fun pastime but you never know when your weekend in the woods will turn into a survival camping trip. That’s why it’s important to always be prepared in case the worst happens. To start off on the …

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Heating your Tent with a Wood Stove

There are many things to consider if you are going to buy a portable wood stove. The first is the tent you are going to use it with. You can't just throw a portable wood stove in the coleman 4 man tent and run the flue up through the material, it will melt.

When does camping season really come to an end? Is it the moment the nights get colder than 50 degrees or is it even before that? For most people the camping season comes to an end when you realize your …

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Have you Considered an Underground Bunker?

The word prepper became synonymous with a certain brand of emergency preparedness in 2012.

The word prepper became synonymous with a certain brand of emergency preparedness in 2012. This was due in large part to the Nat Geo Doomsday Preppers television show. It was still pretty early in the reality tv game and many …

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How to Build a Campfire

A good campfire doesn’t happen; there is an art to building a campfire correctly. It takes the right tools, the right fuel and a bit of practice to build a campfire correctly. What You Need to Build a Campfire All …

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