Considering the wintery weather we are already encountering in late fall this year, you better be ready to do some fire building in the event you get into trouble over the next few months.
The humble garbage bag doesn't often get the recognition that it's due, probably because of its association with trash and other “worthless” items. Dig a little deeper, though, and you'll see that this plastic pariah has loads of emergency uses.
Every outdoor enthusiast has probably had a touch of hypothermia at one point or another, and perhaps you’ve had more than just a touch. This dangerous cooling of the body occurs when a person’s body core temperature drops below 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
This is a great little light at a very thrifty price.
Here are 3 little tweaks that can boost the performance of your signaling equipment.
A first aid kit is an essential piece of survival gear, and keeping it stocked and accessible is a must. But what happens when your good intentions go wrong? Perhaps someone you are treating is allergic to something in your kit. Or what you are doing just isn’t helping. You may be doing more harm than good.
Blood loss from traumatic injuries can end lives in minutes. This kit has the right specialized gear to keep you alive.
Fire has the amazing ability to consume materials, as well as to modify them. Here are three uses for fire that you might not have considered.
Getting lost can be a preventable problem if you take the right precautions.
What would you write to your loved ones if you thought you were about to die?
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