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20 Maps That May Prove to Be Useful

As DIY’ers and preppers, we know the importance of mapping your surroundings. I am a visual learner so when I stumbled across these I was floored by some of the information found. It’s always great to look and see what is going on around the world. Now I will be the first to admit that

50 Pronghorn Die From Ingesting Poisonous Plants In Idaho

Among the strange happenings of this past week includes the death of herd of 50 pronghorn antelope in Payette, Idaho. Four of the bodies, which were discovered just outside of town, were sent into the lab for further testing. Turns out it was the consumption of a poisonous bush, Japanese yew, that led to their untimely

8 Tips From Our Ancestors On How To Stay Warm

I often wonder if our ancestors knew something that we don’t know. They survived the harshest of conditions with less technology, less money, and less well….everything. They had to find ways to get food, keep it fresh and stay warm all without the use of modern day gadgets. I often say that many people would not

5 Very Strange Reasons To Drink More Beer

I know what it sounds like so before you turn your nose up at this just hear me out. So my friends and I were going to this new opening of a new spot in town where beer is the main focus. It was sort of a mix of a brewery and restaurant but everything on

Junkyard Palace Made of Scraps Draws Large Crowds

My mom and brother went to Reykjavík back in the 90’s, but they never mentioned this stop to me! Chances are, they had no idea it was even there, however, anyone navigating near this portion of the island cannot miss the rusty Viking holding a sword, a six-foot tiki statue guarding an entrance or a house made