What You Should Know About Foot Care In The Field

What You Should Know About Foot Care In The FieldI love to explore the great outdoors and I try to spend more time in nature. I’ve seen many hikers with feet that have been abused. I can tell you from experience that few people pay attention to their feet when they are uncomfortable. Foot care should become a priority if you plan on bugging out on foot or if you enjoy long hiking trips.

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Guide To Picking The Best Sleeping Pads For Survival

Guide to Picking the Best Sleeping Pads for SurvivalPicking the right sleeping pads is something all preppers should consider with great care. Sleep has a direct relationship with just about every other aspect of your life. While a solid night’s sleep can affect our day-to-day life in some important ways, in a survival situation, it means the difference between life and death.

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How To Store Potatoes Long Term

How To Store Potatoes Long TermA lot of folks, including us, are growing potatoes and it’s one of the crops that won’t give you a headache if you follow a few particularities. There are many projects which allow you to grow potatoes on smaller gardening areas and even in containers. If you have a good yield year after year, here is how you can store potatoes long term.

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Tips I’ve Learned After Years Of Trapping Animals

Tips I've Learned After Years Of Trapping AnimalsI come from a family of hunters and trappers, and I’ve learned that the easiest way to provide a meal for yourself is via traps and snares. Setting traps and snares grants you the luxury to take care of other survival tasks while you wait for the animal to make a mistake. Here are my tips for trapping animals successfully.

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How To Integrate A Horse In Your Survival Plans

How To Integrate A Horse In Your Survival PlansNo matter how well you prepare for a disaster, you can only speculate as to what will happen. Entire regions could be decimated by natural or manmade disasters and provisions of food, water and fuel will be in short supply, long after the crisis has ended. Using a horse after SHTF will help you survive the same way it helped the early settlers.

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Four Simple Methods To Preserve Eggs For The Long Term

Four Simple Methods To Preserve Eggs For The Long TermMy family loves fresh eggs during the winter, and I’ve learned how to preserve our farm-fresh eggs to last for many months. During our first winter at our off-grid homestead, eggs were scarce, and we had to buy from the store. If you raise chickens, you know how different the taste of store-bought eggs is, and you’re probably not as fond of eating them. The next year I learned to plan ahead, and I’ve looked for ways to preserve eggs for the winter.

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The Importance Of Sleep When Bugging Out Into The Woods

The Importance Of Sleep When Bugging Out Into The WoodsIf you have gone camping before, you should know by now how hard it is to get a safe, sound sleep. In fact, it’s difficult to get a good night’s sleep during proper camping conditions. Imagine how hard it will be to get some shut-eye during a bug out scenario. I’ve been going camping for many years and here are my tips on how to get quality rest when bugging out.

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How to Keep Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Without Canning

How to Keep Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Without CanningFruits and vegetables should be a regular part of our diet. Yes, they are absolutely essential for the amazing nutritional goodness they offer. The power-packed dose of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals provided by fresh fruit and veggies can keep your immune system healthy, and your body energized all day long.

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How To Make Bannock Or Indian Bread, The Food Of Mountain Men

How to make Bannock or Indian Bread, the food of mountain menBack in the 18th century, every day was a survival situation for most people in North America. Obtaining and eating foods with a high-calorie intake was a significant challenge. The taste wasn’t a priority back then, and people were looking for calories and durability. Such food is the bannock or Indian bread, and it is made even today on the trail.

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Tips For Choosing A Survival Tent For Your Bug Out Plan

Tips For Choosing A Survival Tent For Your Bug Out PlanEvery family needs a tent or two for their bug out plans. Choosing the perfect tent to be used as temporary shelter during a crisis or a camping trip requires a little bit of experience. Here are my tips for choosing a survival tent for your prepping plans.

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6 Reliable Pocket Revolvers For Off-grid Defense

6 Reliable Pocket Revolvers For Off-grid DefenseI often travel the backwoods trails to re-connect with nature and find new camping grounds. Since there’s always a chance to find myself face to face with a dangerous animal, I bring some protection along. If you’re looking for a small and reliable handgun for off-grid defense, here are my suggestions for pocket revolvers.

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7 Important Tips to Prepare For Your First Hunting Trip

7 Important Tips to Prepare For Your First Hunting TripAccording to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, approximately 38 million Americans hunt or fish every year, and if you are reading this, then you are probably not one those people. Hunting is a sport that people have done throughout time, and that tradition continues today with families of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and ages.

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