Corn Cob on a stick, easy handling for camping dinner!
One of the best survival fire-making tools is a combination of cotton balls and petroleum jelly, and you can make these firestarter kits for pennies. Basically, you infuse (or gob) the cotton balls with Vaseline or some petroleum jelly derivative (such as Chapstick, Purell handcleaner, etc). When you need to make a fire, fluff up the cotton (as much as you can), and light it with a shower of sparks from a magnesium stick, match, or butane lighter.
- January 28, 2014
Paint rocks to look like strawberries. Place around strawberry beds early in the season. By the time your real berries ripen, birds will think they’re stones and leave them alone.
Paint rocks to look like strawberries. Place around strawberry beds early in the season. By…
- December 26, 2012
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The 15 Essential Uses Of Rope In Survival
- July 24, 2013
Amazing outdoor kitchen
- February 3, 2013
How to Make a Solar Still. Make your own distilled water from stream or lake water, salt water, or even brackish, dirty water, using these DIY Solar Still plans. With just a few basic building materials, a sheet of glass and some sunshine, you can purify your own water at no cost and with minimal effort.
How to Make a Solar Still. Make your own distilled water from stream or lake…
- January 27, 2013
Wine corks soaked in rubbing alcohol-These little firestarters work great in backyard fire rings!
- December 19, 2012