Once again My friend Will from work took us out to a real gem. Flyfishing for small Brook Trout. What a great couple of hours outside. The joy
I was reading an article on Ferocium rods. Peaked my interest so pulled out all I had and took a closer look at them. Then went and tested them in the south 40vat the cottage. Interesting results. The strikers well kinda dissapointing some good… Continue Reading “Watch “Is a ferro rod a ferro rod – or are they different.” on YouTube”
Here you go Campers. #6 on the 10 C`s of survival list. Candle light.Something you should have for those unexpected overnights. There are many different kinds of “Candle light” to choose from. From the obvious candle to the fanciest headlamp. Just make sure it… Continue Reading “Watch “Candle light – # 6 on the 10 C’s of survival list” on YouTube”
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
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… Continue Reading “Cutting Tools, #1 on the10 C’s List”
Cannot belive its been 6 months already. So much time so little done….,
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
A great knife, priced right and perfect for the everyday outdoors man.
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… Continue Reading “Multi tools on a budget”
As a novice survivalist you should always be prepared for an emergency. That’s what the 10 CC’s are for. Then add to it the basics for the season and only then any “extras’ for comfort you are willing to add to the weight and bulk of your pack. Keep in mind that adding these, can if not curtailed, turn a great daypack into a miserable bulky dead weight on your back. Choose your luxury items carefully. You may regret them later, when its too late!