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Tarp Shelter with a Carbon Fiber Chimney

There were lots of discussions on some of the forums about having a stove in a tent, how safe it was and how portable it was. I rarely use a tent and I had a hanging grill that I wanted to use in an inclosed tarp during cold or wet weather. I had tossed around several designs but came up blank until I found out about Flexible Carbon Fiber blankets. Carbon Fiber blanket was .23. Stainless steel strapping was .50. It was very very hard to assemble this, I needed six hands. After this initial test I can tell this is going to be fantastic for in shelter cold weather trips.

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Sunday, June 10th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Quick bug-out shelter 1

my main shelter for use in a bugout situation

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Friday, April 27th, 2012 2012 Survival 4 Comments

Emergency Blanket Survival Shelter

This video was made when we were up testing some new gear as a company. We wanted to show the benefits of using an emergency blanket combined with the personal survival tarp to create a great heat effect from the fire. Check out our gear at wildernessinnovation.com

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Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 2012 Survival 8 Comments

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

Cold Weather Survival Shelter, etc.

Having several things I’ve been wanting to share, I thought I’d take you with me on a cold weather outing. While out, I demonstrate fire starting and a quick survival shelter.

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Sunday, February 12th, 2012 2012 Survival 7 Comments

Cold Weather Survival Evaluation

Are you ready to bug out in cold weather? What gear would you need? How would you stay clean? I thought I was ready until I actually tried winter camping for ten days. I had a lot to learn, the hard, cold way. Sot and I arrived on Sunday and were stoked to get on the trail to find a place to set up camp. The snow wasn’t deep enough to need snowshoes, which also meant we wouldn’t be making any snow shelters like a quinzee or snow cave. After some scouting we found an open area ideal for setting up the 11 foot diameter tipi and outside fire pit. The hike in only took about 15 minutes with our over packed sleds, and we’re both sadly out of shape. Each sled was loaded with about 60 pounds of gear. After we caught our breath we started to set up. The woodstove and teepee didn’t take long, and within a couple of hours we had a working campsite complete with an outside firepit and lean-to. We froze for the first three nights as I just couldn’t get the stove in the tepee to work. Even with our mountains of wool blankets. In fact, we spent much of the first three nights hanging out in the truck with the heater on waiting for the sun to rise so we could drive to town and have a hot breakfast. Sot had enough of the cold, hard living by Thursday, so I drove him home. While driving him home I got more supplies and the keys for my friend’s cabin that’s on the land we were camping on. I thought it would be great to recover with some easier living in the cabin but I was in for a rude

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

President Obama’s Budget plan 2011-2012

President Obama unveils his budget plan and decides the best way to reduce our debt is by spending more money.

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Sunday, February 13th, 2011 Prepper Survival 1 Comment

Roachenator talks: What if Obama (SoA)(k-9) gets re-elected in 2012 ???

President Obama on Wednesday will rule out any compromise that would extend the Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthy beyond this year, officials said, adding a populist twist to an election-season economic package that is otherwise designed to entice support from big businesses and their Republican allies. It is not clear that Mr. Obama can prevail given his own diminished popularity, the tepid economic recovery and the divisions within his party. But by proposing to extend the rates for the 98 percent of households with income below 0000 for couples and 0000 for individuals — and insisting that federal income tax rates in 2011 go back to their pre-2001 levels for income above those cutoffs — he intends to cast the issue as a choice between supporting the middle class or giving breaks to the wealthy. In a speech in Cleveland on Wednesday, Mr. Obama will also make a case for the package of roughly 0 billion in expanded business tax cuts and infrastructure spending disclosed by the White House in bits and pieces over the past few days. He would offset the cost by closing other tax breaks for multinational corporations, oil and gas companies and others. While the speech will be centrist in its policy prescriptions other than the Bush tax cuts, Mr. Obama’s language will be partisan as he seeks to sharpen the contrasts between Republicans’ record and efforts by Democrats to create more jobs, aides said. White House officials have strenuously avoided labeling the proposal

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Thursday, October 7th, 2010 Prepper Survival 25 Comments