Tag: survival skills

Watch “CARGO TAPE #9 On the 10 C’s LIST – Often overlooked” on YouTube

Often overlooked for its importance on the list. Its a multi-tasker and must have.

#3 COVER. From the 10C’S list

Often overlooked for its importance. #3 on the list is a must have to keep you oit of the element’s in a unplaned situation

Cutting Tools, #1 on the10 C’s List

Being #1 means you are required on the 10 C’s list. With good reason. Finding yourself in a situation where you will be required to survive in the elements, no matter which, means no cutter and you are almost certainly lost. The importance of…

Watch “CORDAGE – #5 on the 10 C’s LIST – Bank line, its new to me.” on YouTube

I was going through some of my goodies for camping and was adding a “find me tag” to a couple of my cutting tools and got thinking about the 10 C’s of Survivability list….AGAIN. I was thinking about the 550 I use for the…

Emergency Bivy for your vehicle

Living in Minnesota winters is challeging enough. Being caught out there on the road in an emergency…this could save you from an uncomfotable ending. You may just want to consider having one in the glove box……..just in case. Check it out The Novice Survivalist

CRTK Woods Chogan T-Hawk.

I have owned this T hawk for almost 4 years. Initially bought it for camping in California. The first time I used it was disappointing. But now having done some research in the past week or 2 I finally sharpened it. What a difference….

Watch “COLD STEEL TRAIL BOSS AXE – A first look at my new Axe and Uses” on YouTube

Been doing some research to help with camping chores. This guy will certainly do the trick. COLD STEEL Trail Boss small forrest axe. A thing of beauty. Got to figure out the whole axe skills thing now. Joy.

Watch “FIRE IT UP FRIDAY- Snack in the South 40 – (Pacific Bushcraft Consortium)” on YouTube

For the novice camper

For those who are new to the outdoirs and planning a trip. I have started a series blog on tips to planning a camping trip. Check out the first post. Then stay tuned for next

Multi tools on a budget

Would you use a budget multi tool as part of your EDC. Would you trust them to do the job when the chips are down. I looked at three (Very quickly, mind you) that would suit any reasonable budget. Would you use them. We…

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