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How to Use A Compass: A Lifesaving Skill In The Wilderness
December 27, 2017
A compass is a Go Bag essential, but it won’t do you squat if you don’t know how to use it, and chances are – you don’t.
SURVIVE EMERGENCIES IN THE FIELD: NATURAL FIRST AID TREATMENTS OUR GRANDFATHERS USED
December 14, 2017
You live in a world where so-called modern wonder drugs, laboratories, and equipment have obscured more “primitive” yet highly effective types of medicine
Red Cross War Cake (Trench Cake): WWI Survival Food
December 13, 2017
Today I’m going to share with you a century old recipe that helped the American soldiers, ‘’doughboys’’ as they were called, during WWI.
Top 10 Skills To Master To Be A Successful Prepper
November 29, 2017
It is important to understand that there’s an enormous amount of skills that every prepper should know and if there’s a skill that didn’t make it in this
The Lost Ways Second Edition
November 14, 2017
Many of you probably purchased or heard about The Lost Ways (first edition).The author, Claude Davis just issued the second edition of the book, The Lost Ways
Natural Emergency Treatments Every Prepper Should Know
October 4, 2017
We live in a world where so-called modern wonder drugs, laboratories, and equipment have obscured more “primitive” yet highly effective types of medicine
25 Forgotten Homesteading Skills The Pioneers Mastered
August 22, 2017
Pioneer life has a special meaning in America. In less than 300 years, civilization spread across a vast continental wilderness.
How To Field Dress and Process Deer Meat For Storage
August 4, 2017
Love the taste of venison? I sure do. There’s almost nothing that compares to freshly prepared deer meat after a long hunt. But in order to enjoy the
Five Ways To Preserve Meat In the Wild
July 5, 2017
Unfortunately, many people are unaware of how to preserve meat without a refrigerator and have completely forgotten how our grandfathers preserved their
How To Make Smoked, Salt Cured Fatback
June 26, 2017
Mine was truly a lovely childhood. I grew up on salt pork that was stored hanged in our root cellar. Almost anything in our pantry was home-made. The fatback
10 Dutch Oven Recipes That Survived The Oregon Trail
May 2, 2017
Though the pioneer women were used to cooking, doing so on an open flame was not something they knew how to do.
The 4 Most Dangerous Bugs In The US
March 18, 2017
There are plenty of biting and stinging insects on US soil to watch out for. We all have the common sense to watch out for spiders, scorpions, bees, wasps etc.