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SOL Origin Survival Kit – Don’t Be Sh*t Out of Luck In The Wild

Monday, July 11th, 2011

SOL Origin survival kit hold in handIf you are out in the forest or jungle and you need an all in one survival kit, look no further than the SOL Origin™ survival kit. It contains most of the tools you will need to survive and it is small enough to fit in your hand.

Datrex Blue Ration 3600 kcal – Emergency Food Survival

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

meals ready to eat, mre, emergency food survival

It is always a good habit to store an emergency food supply either at home or in your vehicle just in case of an emergency where you will need nourishment to survive. The Datrex blue ration features 3600 calories of nutrition in each package for any type of natural disaster survival situation or in case of being stranded in your car and cannot re-stock on food.

Float Across Deep Water Using Your Backpack as a Buoy (floatation device)

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Float across river with backpackDuring spring melting snow and lots of rain equals streams and rivers that will be overflowing.  If you are hiking along and your trail suddenly turns into a deep river crossing then you can try using this outdoor survival technique.

Finger / Toe Nail Injury In The Outdoor Woods – What To Do

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Injured nail first aid what to do

If you somehow rip your toe or finger nail off partially when you are outdoors camping, or on a long hike what should you do? Should you leave it in place or rip it the rest of the nail off?

Preventing Annoying Nature Calls In The Middle Of The Night While Camping

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

High carb snack to prevent urge to pee when coldNothing is more annoying or colder than digging out of your warm cocoon to answer nature’s call. To prevent unwanted midnight forays, simply stick a high-carbohydrate, high fat bite size snack like a Snickers bar between your chattering teeth.

Prevent Your Water From Freezing When Winter Camping

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

Keeping water from freezing in winter campingCarve a hole in the snow or snow wall, then fill a pot 3/4 full with water and put the covered pot in a the hole in the snow wall. Seal in the pot with snow.

Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight First-Aid Kit

Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

Adventure Medical Ultralight First Aid Kit

Be prepared for mishaps with the Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight First-aid Kit It’s available in three sizes, all tiny enough to tuck into the lid of your pack. Inside the ripstop nylon pouch is a waterproof bag that contains everything you need to treat cuts, burns, insect bites and bruises .

In The Right Direction – Good Advice For First-Time Adventure Racers

Friday, September 12th, 2008

Good advice for first time adventure racers

Wilderness navigation is what puts the adventure in adventure racing. But it’s also what intimidates many neophyte racers the prospect of thrashing through the woods, increasingly lost, while your former friends lament your inability with a map and compass. A little training and thought, explains an adventure race veteran LAWRENCE, can improve your success at orientation, navigation and route-finding.

A Crash Course In How To Take A Fall In The Outdoors

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

How to take a fall, outdoor activities

Falling is a natural by-product of both genetic clutziness and pushing the limits of your skills. In many outdoor sports, hitting the ground is how we improve, so it only makes sense that we should also try to learn how to fall with style and grace.

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