Tag: Hospitality Recreation

I’m going to put bleach in this dropper the CDC reccomends .01ml of bleach 2x in 1L of water. Is 1.0ML the same as .01 ? If not how much bleach should I fill up to the dropper line to disinfect 1L of water ?

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Extra clothes for walking?

I plan on walking for awhile, but was wondering how you use extra clothes so that like the jeans and shirt underneath don't get wet? Like what cheap reusable clothes would you get in this instance? submitted by /u/TheGrandMastaR [link] [comments]

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How could I turn salt water into to fresh water if I’m stranded on a island

It’s for a school project I need to survive on a island for 4 weeks (I choose Auckland island) and I need to turn the salt water in the fresh water. submitted by /u/Arjun_847 [link] [comments]

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Cool way to catch a fish

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My place of sleep for scouting with 2 other buddies

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You’re stranded on this beach with nothing. How will you survive?

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Build Your First Emergency Kit

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. One of the best first steps you can take as a prepper is to build your first emergency kit. It’s the perfect place to start because it allows you to grasp the necessary items to make a natural disaster […]

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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.

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