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How to Make Winter Shelter for Cold Weather Wilderness Survival, Equip 2 Endure

amzn.to amzn.to amzn.to Here is a great example of a Winter Weather Shelter I constructed on a Survival Training Trip. This is a Lean-To structure with some upgrades with debris walls and I milar blanket for heat reflection. I slept confortably in this shelter in 3o degree temperatures with just a t-shirt and cargo pants. I had a wool blanket, but the only time I used it was when it was too hot, and I had to block some of the direct heat. – Adam

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Saturday, February 25th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Could You Survive Total Economic Collapse?

2012-contacts.com Be Prepared For The Coming Major Disaster? Just like the ancient civilizations that have come before, our consumer-driven apex may be at an end. Many writers on the economy fear the worst-case scenario, due to overwhelming consumer debts, rising oil costs, and the sheer number of banks saved by public policies. If our economy does crumble, it could mean total disaster for a society that uses oil to transport goods. Infrastructure could cease. Food shortages, anarchy, violence, and fear for one’s life could become the norm. The following will will help you learn more about collapse survival skills you will need in your daily life in an economically unstable or anarchic land. One particularly high-risk situation that could abruptly create an economic collapse is called peak oil. Several theorists, including Michael C. Ruppert, have been following the course of oil and the West’s need for fossil-fuel made manufactured goods. Just about every study of oil supplies projects its disappearance. The production of oil has peaked – there is just not enough remaining in the many wells we have drilled to support our needs and our expanding, oil-starved infrastructure. When oil prices inflate, an economic collapse might occur, destroying our “normal” everyday way of doing things. Preparedness is the key to survival. Today, millions of Americans say that they believe that the United States is on the verge of a major economic collapse and will soon be entering another

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Sunday, January 1st, 2012 Prepper Survival 5 Comments

Hollywood, Smith & Grant, How to Say Goodbye Concert at the Greek w/ Sam Botta LiveFearless.com

Let go of the noose of being what others need you to be, which makes them feel better about themselves, yet if they were to be open and free to encourage you to nurture your own wings and soar, it would be that other person that would be the closest and most personal, most celebrated audience of you, the butterfly that has flown from the cocoon, that other person would recognize the joy of such seeming sporadic flight but it would be the colors, glistening in the sun over the warm, shining, happy green grass, rising to the blue sky, ignoring any thought of clouds, as, for the butterfly, timing is important, and time is everything. Sure the life of a butterfly is quite short, but to that butterfly, a day is like a lifetime, because it is a full lifetime, and so in the most precious gift that you and I have: TIME ~ Sam Botta Words: “Tell me when the time we had slipped away Tomorrow turned to yesterday And I don’t know how Tell me what can stop this river of tears It’s been building up for years For this moment now Here I stand Arms open wide I’ve held ya close Kept ya safe Till you could fly Tell me where the road ahead is gonna bend And how to harness up the wind And how to say goodbye Tell me why Why does following your dreams Take you far away from me And I knew that it would Tell me how to fill the space you left behind And how to laugh instead of cry And how to say goodbye Here I stand Arms open wide I’ve held ya close Kept ya safe Till you could fly Tell me where the

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Thursday, September 29th, 2011 Future Maps of 2012 4 Comments

Wilderness Survival Books & Manuals

Presentation of several options when it comes to outdoor survival books. These are great sources of information. Some are small enough to add to your kit. I’ve read each of the books, some more than once. I also frequently look up info in them. Each book is described and rated. Review by ryanjcus

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Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 Prepper Survival 26 Comments

Survival: Fire Tools & Starters

Explanation and presentation of various fire starting tools. Fire is essential to staying alive in a survival situation. There are many ignition options for fire making. For wilderness survival some are clearly better than others. Fire provides warmth in cold weather, allows you to boil and purify water, cook food, boosts moral in a scary situation, and so much more. Also discussed are some home made and man made fuels and tinders. Swedish Firesteel. Strike anywhere matches dipped in wax for waterproofing. Magnesium fire starter. Various types of lighters. Magnifying lenses.

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Friday, June 25th, 2010 2012 Survival 25 Comments