Wood Burning Stove Safety Tips

There is nothing quite like sitting in front of a nice wood burning stove on a cold night. Another good thing about wood burning stoves is that they also provide you with the perfect heating alternative when there is a power outage. This being said, there are some very important safety factors that you need to consider when choosing this type of heat source. Watch the Surroundings When it comes to actually installing your wood…

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[Product Recommendation] Mountain House Classic Bucket

Quick prep! Just add water to the pouch and eat in less than 10 minutes, with no extra cleanup! Contains 12 total pouches, two each Beef Stroganoff with Noodles, Chicken Teriyaki with Rice, Beef Stew, Lasagna with Meat Sauce, Noodles & Chicken, and Granola with Milk & Blueberries. Bucket contains 29 total servings. Allergens: Soy, Milk, Wheat, Egg, Coconut 30-Year Taste . Packaging May Vary. Use for emergency food storage, survival food, camping trips, backcountry…

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[Product Recommendation] Water Purification Tablets

Makes questionable water bacteriologically suitable to drink Easy to use, water is ready in 30 minutes Two bottles of 50 tablets each will treat 50 quart of water Ideal for hiking, backpacking and emergency preparedness Used by military and emergency organizations worldwide

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Military Methods to Combat Fear

I think pretty much everybody is afraid of at least one thing in life. The problem is that sometimes, we allow those fears to hold us back by focusing on, and magnifying those fears. The result is that our fears become our masters. I think two of the biggest fears that people face is that of public speaking and that of failure. In terms of survival, failure really is not an option. If you fail,…

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What to do if Your Dog is Bitten by an Adder

Here in the UK, the European adder is the only known venomous snake that we have. The adult adder can grow upto two feet long and have a black or brown zigzag pattern along their back and a V-shaped marking on the back of their head. You will usually see adders on areas of dry sandy heaths, sand dunes, rocky hillsides, moorland and woodland edges, particularly in the south and south-east of England. When bitten,…

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