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How Geometry Class Taught Us To Estimate Distance in the Wilderness

When we were in school, most of us constantly wondered how we were going to use certain concepts and principles in the real world. That may have been the case for topics like geometry, algebra and calculus, particularly if math wasn’t your favorite subject. If you’re a survivalist, you may not call upon your math skills

Lower Monthly Costs in the Long-Term With Tesla’s New Solar Roof

The movement toward living a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle includes recycling and finding alternative sources of power. One of the leading alternatives is solar power so it’s not surprise that an innovative company like Tesla has been able to create a solar roof. While it could be particularly beneficial for those who live off the grid, this

7 Things to Scavange From Cars After SHTF

We have seen news stories of natural disasters that wreak havoc on cities all over the world. Couple this with the threat of increasing temperatures and the current political climate we must make sure we are prepared for anything. While we may not always have exactly what we need exactly when we need it we should

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How Geometry Class Taught Us To Estimate Distance in the Wilderness

When we were in school, most of us constantly wondered how we were going to use certain concepts and principles in the real world. That may have been the case for topics like geometry, algebra and calculus, particularly if math wasn’t your favorite subject. If you’re a survivalist, you may not call upon your math skills

Think Twice Before Believing These 5 Survival “Tips”

Throughout history, we can read account after account of people who went to great lengths to prepare and accounts of those who did not. In fact, recently there was an account of a man who put a large air tube around his house in the event of massive rains that were said to be headed

HomeSteading

9 Tips to Get More Eggs From Those Chickens

When compared to winter, summer on a homestead is much preferable. We can soak up the vitamin D we missed during the cold months, rejuvenate the crops and feel more comfortable keeping the animals outdoors. However, depending on your location, summertime can prove difficult for certain animals. Even we can start to feel lethargic and dehydrated

Into The Wild

4 Dangerous Things We Should Let Kids Do

Children are amazingly inquisitive creatures who always seem to find the most dangerous way to do the most dangerous things. As a parent, this sends our heart and our anxiety levels into over drive as we hurriedly try and shield our children from any danger that may befall them. While this is great and we should protect

Life-Hacks

The Super Simple Life Hack That Gets Rid Of Pests

Summer is here and that means people are venturing outside to enjoy the warm weather and endless sunshine. With that, however, comes one minor nuisance. A nuisance that can be seriously annoying and even painful if made contact with. Everyone knows what we are referring to, getting dive bombed by winged demons known as wasps.  This

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75 Year Later This Perfectly Preserved Couple Was Found in the Swiss Alps

While winter may not be everyone’s favorite time of year, we can all agree that a blanket of white snow is both refreshing and beautiful, particularly after a hot summer. While the frozen ice that often comes with the snow can be dangerous for driving, hiking and walking, it has the ability to keep things

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