11 Dec 2014

Essential Winter Survival Gear

In honor of the snowfall and chilly temperatures, we ranked our top 5 pieces of essential winter gear. We’re in the the holiday spirit, and we want you to stay warm and dry out there. Before you head out into the winter wilderness make sure you have all of the

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08 Dec 2014

Avoid these Common Backcountry Skiing Mistakes

Skiers love taking on whatever the mountain can dish out. There is nothing better than hitting fresh powder in the backcountry with friends. Canada’s CBC news reported that sales of backcountry ski equipment were up 40 percent at the start of the 2012-13 season and backcountry is no longer a fringe sector.

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05 Dec 2014

You Must Know These 3 Ways to Gather Rainwater

No water. Are you ready? The human body can make it about three days before dying of crippling thirst. Our bodies are mostly made of water, so when we are without it our bodies can no longer function. Read below and you’ll know ways to bring precious water to your

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04 Dec 2014

How to Find a Lost Hiker

A lost hiker should be found as soon as possible. You must know these tips for tracking a person in the wilderness. If not, the lost person faces an increased risk of harm. Local and national authorities search for thousands of missing people every year. There are many dangers around

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19 Nov 2014

Evasive Driving Techniques Anyone Can Master

The evening rush hour and the holidays are the times when you’ll see the most drivers on the road. After a long day at the office, many drivers are feeling tired. When a driver is tired or stressed, they might take it out on others using the road.  If there

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18 Nov 2014

How to Prepare for a Home Invasion

We could all probably say, almost down to the exact penny, how much we paid for our most valued possessions. The ATV in the garage, the flat screen T.V., and the leather couch, we know just how much they are worth. There is no way you can place a monetary

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07 Nov 2014

Use This Household Item to Create Survival Fire-Starters

Prepping your Bug Out Bag means you’ll need to think about fire-starting options that are available. Your best bet is to try out as many as possible before choosing what will work best for you. A wide range of options will greet you, from the expensive packaged camp store versions

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04 Nov 2014

Winter Emergency Essentials

The winter season brings challenges for travel as well as weather that can wreak havoc. There are survival strategies that are unique to the ice, snow, and freezing temperatures. Ice storms can cause power outages that can last for days, traveling on roadways is a hazardous gamble, and unpredictable weather

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04 Nov 2014

Preparing Your Vehicle For Emergencies

Your car can be many things: a safe haven from the rain during a storm, your own concert hall when you’re driving by yourself, and what gets you from point A to B. We spend a lot of time in our cars. Unfortunately, that means there’s a lot that can

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03 Nov 2014

Strategies for Long Term Water Storage

It is crucial to human survival. Without it, humans can’t go on for more than three or four days. Our cells need it and it helps regulate our body temperature. Go too long without it, and our decision making abilities falter and our moods swing. Water. Survival in emergency situations

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