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The Prepper’s Easy to Set-Up Rain Water Catchment System. (Water storage, Homesteading, Preppers, Survival.)

The Prepper’s Easy to Set-Up Rain Water Catchment System. (Water storage, Homesteading, Preppers, Survival.)

There is something very special about living among nature. And, fortunately, there are a number of clever ways to make those long nights in the wilderness a bit more comfortable, like with these amazing high-tech tents. But what if you’re interested in roughing it? Like really, really roughing it? Some outdoor enthusiasts have found ways to use only tools found... View Article

There is something very special about living among nature. And, fortunately, there are a number of clever ways to make those long nights in the wilderness a bit more comfortable, like with these amazing high-tech tents. But what if you’re interested in ro

Learn to make shelters from materials in the woods during our Outdoor Survival Courses.

DEBRIS SHELTER - tree-trunk supported lean-to shelter with pine needle bedding for two people. Learn to make shelters from materials in the woods during our Outdoor Survival Courses.

진베이지 울 카슈쿠루 블라우스

진베이지 울 카슈쿠루 블라우스

라르니에 정원 LARNIE Vintage&Zakka

라르니에 정원 LARNIE Vintage&Zakka

Kids would love this!

Kids would love this!

Chic Soufflé: Balboa Park, San Diego

Chic Soufflé: Balboa Park, San Diego

1. Dig a bed the length of your body. And foot & half to 2 feet deep. 2. Add a good layer of rocks ( get dry rocks wet rocks will blow up on you and some dry rocks will to.) ( slowly heat rocks for safety) 3. Make a fire on top of rocks the same length as your body. Keep fire going as long as possible. 4. Once time for bed add 4 to 6 inches (add more dirt if you need to) of dirt on top of the hot coals and rocks. This will heat the ground through the night and help keep you warm.

How to Build a Fire Bed Laying a Good Foundation The first step is to create a bed of rocks that will be long enough to accommodate your size when you are normally sleeping. Medium to large.