Category Archive: Emergency Preparedness

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Jul 24

What Is Instinctive Archery An Introduction

If you like archery and use either a recurve or compound bow do you shoot instinctively or do you use a sight? In this video you will find out that shooting instinctively is a bit more challenging but a lot more fun. Archery Adventures goes through all about what it is and how much better …

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Jul 22

Find Out What The Most Useful Outdoor Tools Are

Great round-up of the most useful tools for the outdoors are. Every thing from footwear to cooking gear. Our answer was the Kelly Kettle for cooking without chopping wood or carrying fuel canisters. Find out what the experts say and then get the most useful gear together for your next outdoor adventure. Best Multi Tool …

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Jul 21

How To Eat Mussel Clams In The Wilderness

If you are ever trying to survive out in the wilderness and there is a creek with mussel clams this video will show you how to create a pot to cook them in and how to use rocks to boil the water. Interesting to watch Tim Jones make an in ground clay pot then heat …

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Jul 20

Free Printable Family Emergency Plan Sheet

This Free Printable Family Emergency Plan Sheet encourages families to plan ahead in case of an emergency preparedness evacuation or if family members are separated to be reunited in a safe place. Natural or man made disasters can jeopardize a family’s well being at anytime during the rituals of our daily lives but if we …

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Jul 19

220 Gallon Rain Barrel System

For folks that live where it is legal to collect rain water. Video instructions that walks you through a diy 220 gallon multiple barrel system. You could set up one to catch the rain from the house and a single barrel on the chicken coop to use to water the chickens.

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