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Making A Chainsaw Sawbuck Out Of Logs

I made a chainsaw sawbuck using logs in order to cut my fire wood in half. We recently got a tiny wood stove that only takes 8 inch log logs so I had to figure out a safe way to cut my wood shorter.   I had originally planned to use wood to heat our tiny home so I have been c

How To Make Biomass Briquettes For Survival Fuel

In a previous post I have shown you how to make a biomass briquette press out of a simple caulk gun and PVC tubing. Now I will show you how to make biomass briquettes using your new biomass briquette press. Here is the previous article on

DIY Hurricane and Disaster Survival Pack

Every single household should have an emergency survival pack in case of natural disaster such as a hurricane, flood, tornado or fire. Your survival pack should be placed in a convenient location, in a sturdy box that is easy to carry. Your survival pack should be readily accessible in a hurry.

The Best Survival Bug Out Shelter In The World

Article From: November 21st, 2012 When the SHTF and you need to bug out and head for the wilderness, you need a good survival shelter with you. Some people plan to bug out on food with just the clothes on their back. Others plan to get out of Dodge with a backpack and a rifle. I would str

The Off Grid Camper In A Winter Blizzard

Article Date: March 8th, 2013   I moved fully off the grid again last night into my camper in the woods. It was a long hard move getting my camper set up again. I stayed in a cottage during the time I was getting the camper ready. Of course, during my first night in the campe

Mini Ink Pen Fishing Pole and Reel Combo Review

I just got this little ink pen sized rod and reel combo off the internet. There are a lot of these floating around out there on the internet and I wondered if it would make a good survival fishing pole for my bug out bag. Because it is so small it would be perfect for bugging out. Or would it? Re

How To Make A Simple Biomass Briquette Press

A biomass briquette is a hand or machine made briquette made up of just about any sort of small, flammable material which is pressed together under pressure and then dried. This makes a long burning briquette using scrap material that would be otherwise useless as a fuel source. Example materials

Off Grid Air Conditioning A Success

I have an off grid solar powered camper for about $2000 and I am running a 32 inch TV, laptop, LED lighting, outdoor lights, an air conditioner and lots more. You can do the same. You do not need to spend 15k on an off grid system. Here is the proof. The Off Grid Project has recently take

Winter snow storm at the off grid camper

I am moving back into the off grid camper full time again as of tonight. It has been a very long and exhausting move to the new property. It has taken me 5 months to complete the move due to winter weather making the path to the camper too sloppy to use a vehicle. So I carry boxes through the woo

Natural Vinegar And Dish Soap Organic Weed Killer

Some of my YouTube channel viewers had suggested that I used vinegar and water to kill the weeds in my yard and around the electric fence. I do not use chemicals on my property and plan to keep everything organic as much as possible. I bought a 1.5 gallon sprayer at Harbor Freight and got

How To Make Crock Pot Hot Process Soap For Immediate Use

How To Make Crock Pot Soap   I have been experimenting with fresh herbs in my soap recently but that requires the cold process method which needs 6 to 8 weeks to cure before you can use it.   But with the hot process soap making method the soap is ready

Making All Natural Soap With Fresh Herbal Tea

Homemade Soap With Fresh Spearmint   I made another batch of soap but this time I wanted to use some fresh herbs from our own garden instead of using essential oil. Essential oils are expensive and in order to have any lasting benefit in soap you need an entire bottle for a

How To Make Simple Homemade Ketchup

Simple Homemade Ketchup   We got our first garden harvest finally after struggling all summer with freezing temperatures. We lost most of our garden but I have managed to save some of the tomato plants. Finally at the beginning of October we have our first real batch of tom

How To Make Salsa At Home

Simple Homemade Salsa   We live on an 18 acre homestead and are hoping to become self sufficient by providing all of our needs from the land. This includes fishing, hunting and growing our own vegetables. This also means preserving and processing our own foods as possible.

Fast & Simple Ultralight Shelter Using Rain Poncho Or Tarp

From original article: November 10th, 2012 Fast and Easy Survival Poncho Shelter   If you need to bug out or you just love to go backpacking, you will certainly need some sort of shelter on your trip. Especially for survival
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