DIY - Single Use Antibiotic Packs — Brian's Backpacking Blog
Amazing little hack for ultralight backpackers or travelers who don't have room for an entire first aid kit in their gear, you can make these single-use packets of antibiotic ointment.
100 Survival Items You Forgot To Buy | Urban Survival Site
Even hardcore survivalists can overlook things. What did you overlook? Here are some survival items you might have forgotten to buy.
7 Survival Uses Of Pine Resin You Need To Know | Survival Life
Believe it or not, pine resin will help you survive if you find yourself lost in the woods! Learn about its many uses here!
Sample 72 Hour Kit (with Pictures)
This is my families 72 hour kits. The kids have rolling backpacks and we have rolling duffel bags to hold more items. You can buy ready made...
Buying in Bulk and Food Storage Ideas:
Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews If you have been reading this blog for a while, you know that when I feel worried about the world, I feel better when I buy food. This has turned out to be a good idea, I think. I was reading my friend Gloria's blog, The Little Red House With The White Porch and she lives in the path of Hurricane Irene. (How are you, Gloria? Please let us know!) When she went to the store to pick up a few last items, many shelves were practically bare. And…
13 Pioneer Skills You May Need
July 24th in Utah we celebrate Pioneer Day. Pioneer Day is a state holiday commemorating the arrival of the first band of Mormon Pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley on July 24th, 1847. So in...
10 day survival pack for your vehicle for just $25 - Backwoods Home Magazine
By Jeffrey Yago, P.E., CEM Issue #104 • March/April, 2007 It seems like every winter there are news stories of people getting stranded for weeks in bad weather while driving through the many remote areas of our country. In fact, this past winter, our nation held its breath waiting for news of James Kim and […]
30 Surprising Ways to Use Borax Around the House
Have you cleaned under your kitchen sink lately? I cleaned mine yesterday and was amazed at how many products there were that I seldom use. They were products that I bought for a specific problem and apparently I didn't need them again. There they sat collecting dust and taking up valuable cupboard space. After I agonized over whether I should keep those expensive, dust collecting products I reluctantly, tossed them. I knew that there had to be some simple remedy to avoid this from happening…
72 Hour Kits: Child Version
This is just a quick list of everything I've added to my little boy's 72-hour kit, because it differs slightly from our adult kits. Be sure...
70+ Homestead Hacks to Make Life on the Homestead a Bit Easier
Check out all of these homestead hacks in the link below. Remember, if you have any other tricks that are not listed, leave a comment on Facebook!
Grain Surgery™ Recipes
I cook and bake with whole grain and food storage everyday. Some folks may think that it's a lot like brain surgery...but well...maybe it is. In order to ease your frustration, I've highlighted a few of my recipe sections here that will help you find some of the basics of whole grains that I've used in the past. This will, of course, increase. There are many grains I haven't even covered yet on the blog. The more I learn about them, the more excited I get! What a wonderful world of grain we…