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Can you eat skunk? Is it possible?

Picture this, One day you are out driving along on a route or highway away from the hustle and bustle of the city, on a weekend gateway to escape the…

Off Grid TV Shows for 2022/2023

In the last decade, there has been a surge of off grid and survival TV shows. Some have helpful information, and some are pure entertainment.  So how do I know…

How to draw out a splinter

One of the most common injuries from daily outdoor work or activity is getting splinters lodged in your extremities. Learning how to draw out a splinter will really help. It…

The Basics of Woodworking for Survival

When it comes to preparing for the worst, there are a number of steps that you take.Learning the basics of woodworking for survival is an important skill to learn and…

My Nude Workout Program

What is my nude workout you may ask?? Well here it is, I use no equipment, no barbells, no free weights, no treadmill, no machines at all, or any manufactured…

Home Remedies for Swollen Lymph Nodes 

Your lymph nodes are essential for helping your body fight off infections, and when these get swollen in times where access to medical care is restricted, you need to know…

Survival Rule of 3

As you start to learn about survival, you will find that there are several concepts that are the standard for learning the basics.  Understanding the survival rule of 3 is…

How to Cut Deer Meat for Jerky

Deer meat is one of the best to make jerky with. This type of preserved meat keeps on being one of the most famous treats in America. If deer jerky…

The 10 C’s of Wilderness Survival

The 10 C’s of Wilderness Survival is a huge part of learning wilderness survival skills and is picking up some of the learning tools provided by the experts that have…

How to Dig a Well by Hand

Water is life.  It is one of the most important resources for survival.  It would be great to just drink from the pond or the river, but this water would…

How to Make Penicillin with Potatoes

Penicillin is the most widely used antibiotic globally, and you can use it to treat a range of infections caused by bacteria. Learning how to make penicillin with potatoes is…

How to Disappear Completely

There are all kinds of reasons why a person might want to disappear.  Whether you did anything wrong or not, you need to protect your family and yourself.  Sometimes the…

How to Hotwire a Car

When your life is in danger, you need to have as many ways to escape as possible.  Learning how to hotwire a car could be the life saving decision you…

How to Start a Fire With Sticks

When it comes to surviving in the outdoors, you want to make sure that you’re prepared for just about anything. That means knowing how to build a shelter, how to…

How to Make a Paracord Rope

When in need of a survival kit, there are many items to choose from. A paracord rope is a powerful combination of tissues and cords that are fastened together to…

Can Charcoal Go Bad?

Charcoal has been the fuel of choice for craftsmen around the world for many years. Many civilizations have used charcoal to heat up their residences, as well as prepare magnificent…

What to Put in a Bug Out Bag

When you are going to visit the wilderness there is no chance you are not going to have a bug out bag with you. Formerly known as military bags, these…

Survival Skills 101

When it comes to preparing for anything you absolutely need to have some survival skills. And that means learning how to accomplish some tasks on your own, like how to start a fire with sticks. Once you know that you’re going to be better prepared to stay warm, safe and well-fed, no matter what might happen in the world around you. Even better, you’re going to be able to keep away some of the wild animals in the wilderness. But you need other supplies.

Charcoal

This is an important tool in your arsenal. It’s going to help you start your fires and it’s going to help you with things like marking your trail and more. You can actually use charcoal in a number of different ways when it comes to preparing for your time in the wilderness and the more you work with it the more you’re going to find.

MREs

Another important part of your kit to be on your own in the wilderness are MREs. These are full meals that are quick and easy to make with just water and some heat. You’ll be able to eat them no matter where you are and you will have plenty of the nutrients that you need from them. Not everyone likes the flavors and the options, but you’re still going to have everything that you actually need to survive in the wilderness.

Fire Making Supplies

You absolutely need to have supplies to build a fire or at least the skills to make one with what’s available to you. If you know how to make a fire with sticks you’re going to be set no matter where you go. If you can’t you will definitely want to practice and see what you can learn. Until then, you’ll want to make sure that you have other tools that you can use to set up that fire.

When it comes to survival skills it’s important to have the tools you need to be ready for anything. Remember, if something really big happens you’re going to need to be prepared. You’re not going to have time to learn the skills once things really start to go bad. And you’re not going to have time to get together all of the items that you need. So make sure you’re preparing now and finding out more about the different options available for your future.