Recipes For The Simple Pioneer Breakfast

recipes for the simple pioneer breakfast

If you need a lot of energy to sustain yourself throughout a day filled with tough chores, eating a hearty, healthy breakfast is crucial. How about we look back at our ancestors and try a few simple recipes for a tasty pioneer breakfast?

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Essential Survival Skills for Bugging Out in the Outdoors

essential survival skills for bugging out in the outdoors

Mental, physical, and practical preparedness are the Prepper’s first tasks. Sizing up situations and risks comes immediately after. Every scenario has its own features, and an emergency situation is constantly changing.

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How To Live Undetected In The Woods

How To Live Undetected In The Woods

Introduction

 I find it wholesome to be alone the greater part of the time. To be in company, even with the best, is soon wearisome and dissipating. I love to be alone. I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude.
Henry David Thoreau, Walden

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Do This When Getting Your Vehicle Stuck Off-Road

Do This When Getting Your Vehicle Stuck Off Road

Just to show you how good I am at getting stuck, I’ve been stuck in mud puddles, lakes, and streams. I’ve been snick in the middle of plowed fields and the middle of county roads. I’ve been stuck in clay-soil gumbo, sandy-soil uplands, and most other kinds of soil in between.

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Tips You Should Know Before Buying A Tractor

Tips You Should Know Before Buying A Tractor

To a food plotter, buying a tractor is a decision that’s probably second only to buying or leasing the right hunting property, and for a good reason. Your tractor is the power center for your entire food plot operation

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Pros and Cons Of 10 Emergency Lighting Options

Pros And Cons Of 10 Emergency Lighting Options

Power outages happen all the time, and the U.S. power grid is unreliable under normal circumstances. Extreme weather—be it strong winds, ice, or excessive heat—make outages, blackout, and brownouts even more likely, and depending on the extent of the damage, you could be without power for days if not weeks.

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Horses In The Backcountry

Horses In The Backcountry

Horses require a lot of time to train. When you add up tack, feed, and pasture fees as well as vet bills, the cost of ownership can be startling. They can be stubborn or even a bit ornery, too, pushing even the most patient person to a breaking point.

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Solar Power Requirements For An Off-Grid Home

Solar Power Requirements For An Off Grid Home

Most of us, at one point or another, dream of owning a cabin in the backwoods. Be it a hunting camp, a vacation spot, or a place to live for all or part of the year, and such a lifestyle is appealing to just about anyone who enjoys the outdoors.

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Tips For Raising Meat Goats For Your Homestead

Tips For Raising Meat Goats For Your Homestead

Have you ever wondered what the most popular protein source worldwide is? You might be surprised to learn that it is goat meat. Nearly 70 percent of the world’s population chooses goat as its main meat supply.

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The Tomahawk – A great Wilderness Multi-tool

Some Tomahawk History

The Tomahawk has been an integral part of the pioneers kit for centuries. It is lightweight and has a handle long enough to propel the relatively light metal head with the right amount of speed to do the chopping and fighting chores it has become famous for in North American folklore, as well as in actual practice.

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12 Ways To Figure Out Your Direction Without A Compass

12 Ways To Figure Out Your Direction Without A Compass

Sometimes around  the year AD 1100, the Chinese developed the first practical compass for helping people navigate in unknown territory. But before that auspicious day, mankind had other ways to know which way was north, south, east and west that didn’t involve using a tool.

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10 Strategies To Be Self-Sufficient In The Wilderness

10 Strategies To Be Self Sufficient In The Wilderness

Living in the wilderness is not as easy as movies and TV shows portray it. In fact, becoming self-sufficient in the wilderness takes years of experience, and there are certain skills one should master in order to survive in the rugged outdoors.

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A Few Ways To Obtain A Safe And Secure Backwoods Shelter

Tips To Make A Backwoods Shelter

There is a pleasure to be had in carrying a minimum of high-tech gear in the wilderness and relying on time-tested traditional methods for staying warm and dry. I rarely use a nylon tent for camping unless the bugs are atrocious or I’m visiting a national park.

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