by Richard Grimes No discover since the beginning of time has been more important to the development of mankind, then the discovery of Fire. The simple presence of fire added to the routinely “normal” day in the outdoors instantly adds the feeling of safety to any situation. In any severe […]
Bushcraft and Outdoors
Here you will find information on bushcraft, outdoor survival, and camping topics. If it happens in the woods then it will be found here.
By Trina Schmidt, Ed.D. Being able to go outdoors and see a plant and know that it is edible is a valuable survival skill. However, for many, eating wild plants sounds unthinkable and even a bit crazy. A few years ago I might have even said the same thing. I […]
by Estar H If you are prepping packs or vehicles to bug out, where are you planning to go? Will you seek refuge in a rural area, maybe even in the wilderness? Whether you retreat to a fully stocked off-the-grid hideaway, set up camp on private acreage, or wing it […]
by Andrew Skousen and Joel Skousen, authors, Strategic Relocation and The Secure Home Threats of the Cold: Every year people die during the cold and storms of winter because of lack of preparation. Motorists get stuck in blizzards and succumb to the cold when their fuel runs out and old […]
No doubt many of you have read about various improvised and homemade traps in one of the many outdoor survival books and thought, Wow, what a great idea—I could do that. Indeed, many of the ideas and diagrams shown are ingenious, and a few of them actually work to trap […]
by Brandon Cox When shopping for camouflage, it’s hard to resist the bargain area where camos are sold for less than retail. Usually, the camos featured in the clearance section are out of season. However, some hunters will jump at the chance to save on camouflage and wear it in the […]