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In Practical Pole Building Construction the author has given the extra dimension of original plans for a lean-to barn, horse barn, hillside house, garage/wood shed, mountain pole cabin, and a coastal house.
Pole building construction saves money, time, labor, and materials because it involves limited grading, no excavation, flexibility on site, and few materials.
Continue reading “Book Review: Practical Pole Building Construction” Click Picture to Purchase I was updating my bug out bag this weekend.
I like to do this in winter every year since there are times we can be iced in.
I had the toughest time picking which flashlight I wanted to put into my bug out bag this year though!
There are so many great flashlights to pick from and as I was thinking about it I realized that it’d be a good idea to write about what to look for in a bugout flashlight.
Continue reading “Gear Review: Best Bugout Flashlight” Click Picture to Purchase Wood may grow on trees, but it’s still expensive, especially for fine woodworkers in the market for high-quality lumber.
Knowing how to season and dry your own wood is the answer. This is an expert’s handbook on finding, processing, seasoning, and drying your own wood.
Continue reading “Book Review: How to Season and Dry Your Own Wood” Click Picture to Purchase Prepare your child for the unpredictable through 52 prepper projects. Teach them basic outdoors survival skills, first aid, how to create their own “bug-out bag,” and more.
This was a fun book to write, I love trying out DIY Projects, and this time I got to try them out thinking about which ones would be fun and still teach something to my boy.
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