Category Archives: Emergency Tips

Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care Review

Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care [Dave Canterbury, Ph.D. Jason A. Hunt] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From wilderness expert Dave Canterbury and outdoor survival instructor Jason Hunt comes the next installment in the New York Times bestselling Bushcraft series—a go-to first aid resource for anyone headed into the woods.

Out in the woods or on top of a mountain

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Camping is the Best Outdoors Survival Training: 5 Things to Teach and Learn

It’s one thing to have a lot of thoughts and theory to deal with potential disasters in life, but it’s an entirely different matter to have engaged in practical applications of ideas to gain the type of experience that can make a difference if our lives are disrupted be unforeseen circumstances. Whatever you specific situation is, I would recommend taking at least an occasional weekend camping trip to hone your skills, or the skills of your family members. If you have children with you, I would recommend […]

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Conservatives can’t even Conserve Women’s Bathrooms

* Conservatives and Republicans, in many cases, are not longer the same thing. * Not only can’t they conserve things, in the case of women’s bathrooms and showers, they refuse to.   The reason there is a war for the direction of the Republican Party (once again), is because it has become infested with charlatans and pretenders who assume the “R” but are in reality progressives or SJWs attempting to converge the Party with their agenda. Republicans not only can’t conserve women’s bathrooms, in many cases they […]

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Survival Tips – What to Do When Kidnapped

A little forethought and organization will payoff in a great memorable adventure for that next outdoors excursion you may have planned. The older liquid gas lanterns give off just as much light but you will have to refill the tank with liquid gas and this can be messy as well as dangerous if you are not careful. Both types of lanterns use mantels so be sure to carry extras. Bring along some good sunscreen. Even in the winter time a person can get a sun burn. You […]

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Safe Drinking Water in an Emergency or Disaster

Nothing makes clearer the importance of water than a large disaster; clean, fresh water becomes more valuable than gold. It’s easy to forget that without water, we just can’t survive. 60 percent of our bodies are water, in fact for infants, water makes up about 80 percent of their body, so it is even more vital they have access to clean drinking water. Unfortunately, following large-scale disasters, it’s not unusual that water supplies may be cut off temporarily or be rendered unfit for consumption. Everyone should know […]

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Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster

With the various types of natural disasters that have taken place in recent years, many people have started to realize that they may not be prepared for such events to take place. While no one wants to think it can happen to them, we have all seen the footage of Hurricane Katrina and it was a reality that this type of natural disaster is something that does happen to real people. Even the fires spreading out of control in California remind us of the types of natural […]

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