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Travelling in the dark

Has anyone got any tips for travelling through the wilderness at night and what equipment or light sources should I have in my pack? submitted by /u/spbslinky [link] [comments]

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I have to take a survival class for school. This is where me and my teammate spent the night. Took us seven hours to build. I was happy to come home to my bed!

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A grappling hook can be a Survivalists best friend. I highly recommend keeping one around. I use it for everything, from hanging stuff by my stove to dry, to helping me guide trees I’m chopping down and skinning game. Although an impulse buy years ago, it’s turned into one of my favorite tools.

submitted by /u/SpookWithoutaName [link] [comments]

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Anyone use Sand Ryegrass before?

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Why You Should Consider A Tiny House

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. The tiny house has changed the way people are living. It might be hard to understand but a tiny house gives you a number of options that you […]

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The Best Winter Plant Care

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. When the winter season hits we all cringe after that first frost. Are plants that have provided us with such good food begin to wilt and melt. Image […]

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I took my son out for a minimal gear overnight camp! I feel a tarp is a very useful piece of gear!

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Planting In Grow Bags

Some of the links below are affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. It wasn’t until this year that I even heard of grow bags. I received a few from my father in law and we set out to give them […]

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so I made a primitive Axe.

the head is a bit loose so I need advice on a good wood to stone epoxy/glue/bonding agent. any suggestions? submitted by /u/kruusZ24 [link] [comments]

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Single Hole “Dakota” Fire Stove For Boiling Water: Dig a single hole and drop the stove in. Add a chimney/windscreen for a rapid water boiling setup.

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