Survival posts take me back to my childhood. I was a avid hiker and explorer. My dad was a park ranger and I used to spend hours roaming the woods we lived on. it was my interest in wilderness survival that shaped me and lead me to prepping.
The mindset to survive in the woods and the mindset to survive a disaster is very similar, actually I would say the survival mindset is the same. Its like the response Daniel Boone once gave when asked if he ever got lost. Daniel replied “I’ve never been lost, but I once spend 3 days a bit bewildered about my current location”.
It does not matter about the location, what matters is the will to survive coupled with the skills to solve problem and the knowledge to recognize solutions.
Only a very few people can survive the wild these days without the modern convenience, such as electricity and electronic gadgets, mobile devices. Although some can still survive without this modern equipment, nobody can survive without water.
Are you making your first steps in the world of survivalism? If so, learning survival from books in the very beginning makes a lot of sense. Books can lay the foundations and show you what types of knowledge or experience you will need to acquire in the future. Nothing beats practical experience with a good instructor, but thats not available to everyone.
Fishing is one of the all-time favorite hobbies all over the world. It is a favored outdoor activity by many people of all ages: children, adolescents, granny, all of them like fishing. Regarded oftentimes as a sluggish hobby, but the idea that many people engaged in fishing is beguiling.
Aside from being popular and accessible, it is also preferred because of the challenge and satisfaction therein, especially how many fish are obtained. Although fishing is a bit demanding hobby, you can actually get a lot of benefits not only recreation but most importantly is one’s well-being. Continue reading “Guest Post: 5 Main Health Benefits of Fishing”→
Minor issues may seem important when you are isolated and unprepared at your campsite. In collaboration with Smores and Snores you should be prepared for any malfunctions related to camping with the tips and tricks below.
Camping outdoors is one of those activities that makes a seasonal break complete. It’s always fun, regardless if you haul a pop-up canopy, a hammock, or a tent, so long as food’s there.
The only concern of new health-conscious campers, however, is that there are limited meal options outdoors. In truth, it just seems like it because many prefer to bring chips and canned beverages during a camping trip. But it does not mean that you have to follow suit and forget your food principles.