The supplies I used are simple: 3 bales of hay that I picked up from the local feed and seed, burlap (found it with hunting supplies at Walmart) and some brass paper fasteners. I stacked the hay bales, and then wrapped the burlap around the sides. The brass fasteners worked perfectly. They pop right in… Continue reading Building a Backyard Target
Survival Bracelets are all the rage right now. There are countless tutorials available online to make your own and just as many sites to purchase one already made. Paracord is very versatile. It can hold up to 550 lbs before breaking (why it’s also called 550-cord). Commercial Type III 550 Cord is made of a… Continue reading Paracord “Survival” Bracelets
When the Zombie Apocalypse happens who has time and energy to strap a full size kitchen stove to their back and run through the woods? “So what to do” you ask? Grab your clean, never used, 30 gallon galvanized trash can and fill it with any supplies you don’t already have in your B.O.B. You… Continue reading Trash Can Turkey
Today we will look at how to create some inexpensive fire starters from everyday things in the home.Caution ! This involves heat and very hot wax, parental supervision required! What you need: Step 1Start the wax melting. Fill the camp pot 3/4 full with water and place on stove to warm. Then place the wax… Continue reading How to make fire starters
Most people today are not able to comprehend where food really comes from. We depend on the grocery chains to supply us with our chicken, and just about everything else we eat. I’ve come to realize that it not necessarily a good thing to be so dependent on large chains to supply my family with… Continue reading Hey….. we’ve gotta eat too right?