The importance of water to survival

The importance of water to survivalIn the wilderness people do die after becoming lost or having their vehicle break down in remote and unknown areas. Many of these deaths occurred due to excessive heat, thirst and exposure to elements. Causalities also occur because the individuals have poor survival knowledge and they lack basic supplies such as water and food.

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Staying outside longer during the winter months

Staying outside longer during the winter monthsMost people prefer to go out camping during the good, warm season and they do not appreciate the winter months due to the “issues” they have to face. Staying outside longer during the winter months requires some preparations and a good knowledge of the environment you live in. Winter weather conditions should not discourage you from making the trip and here is what you need to do.

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Eight tips to consider when buying a knife

Eight tips to consider when buying a knifeThey say that a true survivalist has a knife that will help him survive through harsh times In fact the reality is different and most preppers and survivalists have more than one knife. Buying the right knife for all your survival or camping needs is not easy and I suggest you follow these tips when buying a knife.

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Three Often Forgotten but Necessary Survival Essentials

Three Often Forgotten Survival EssentialsWith everything that has been going on in the world around us lately I’ve noticed the always popular trend of survival prepping surge to unparalleled heights. The need to hoard and to stock survival essentials and keep our families safe from danger and starvation is a very strong and an almost urgent need for most of us.

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Wilderness safety rules to acknowledge

Wilderness safety rules to acknowledgeI spend a great deal of time in the wilderness and I have come to realize that most people have no idea what safety in the wilderness implies. I’m not talking here about not having a well-equipped survival bag or the proper gear. I’m referring to the fact that people are unaware of how to safely travel through the wilderness and they only use their eyes, even though sometimes they have a restricted range of sight.  

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