Category Archive: Primitive Skills

Apr 05

Keyhole Campfire Cooking Technique – Camping

Keyhole Campfire Cooking Technique The keyhole campfire cooking technique is a combination of a campfire and a cooking fire. As the wood burns and creates glowing embers that can be moved over from the main circle into the keyhole area. By cooking above embers and not flames, it creates an even heat source. The bed …

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Mar 24

How To Make A Cot Style Hammock Camping Project

How To Make A Cot Style Hammock DIY Project

How To Make A Cot Style Hammock DIY Project This how to make a cot style hammock is an amazing way to make a camping equipment project.   Sleeping off the ground is a way to retain body heat, avoid crawling animals and insects and is more comfortable than the hard ground.  This detailed tutorial clearly …

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Mar 22

WSK Tracker Knife Use

M BK

Great video showing all the ways you can use the WSK tracker knife. From chopping wood to making fire this is one handy knife for anyone that spends time camping, backpacking or other outdoors activities. M BK shows how its done. That is some great knife use.

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Mar 09

Survival Skills: How to Cook in a Steam Pit

Steam Pit

See how to cook in a steam pit like they do for luaus or clam bakes. layers of rocks, dirt and vegetation create steam that cooks the food and keeps it hot for hours. See which plants you should use and which to avoid because they are toxic. Outdoor Life shares the information and how …

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Mar 02

Building A Wooden Raft

Building a wood raft

Building A Wood Raft This group of friends experienced the adventure of building a wooden raft while on a camping trip in Karlstad Sweden with their own hands. The wooden raft is three layers of alternating logs lashed together weighing in at 2,000 kilos of weight …. that is 4409.25 pounds. This article is translated …

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Feb 18

An Old Fashioned Way Of Staying Warm

Staying_warm

An Old Fashioned Way Of Staying Warm An old fashioned way of staying warm during an emergency situation, power outage or living off the grid has been used for hundreds of years with caution to warm people in cold conditions. Use rocks away from a water source, double or triple layers of cotton is a …

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Jan 01

Fox Walking and Wide Angle Vision

Hedgehog Leatherworks

Videos on how to have more awareness of your surroundings. Hedgehog Leatherworks shares tips for this to help you stay alive in a survival scenario.

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