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by Leon Pantenburg Some useful, very basic, recipes should be included any prepper/survival/ Bug Out backpack. It’s one thing to have staples, such as flour, but another to be able to consume them. And you need some very simple recipes for those times when you might only have a few ingredients. It only took the […]
CONTENTS: 22″ x 24″ mapboard of typical wilderness terrain Rules of Play folder 4-player set of die-cut Person Counters 24-page primer of outdoor survival techniques Life Level Index cards for each player Scenario cards for – LOST, SURVIVAL, SEARCH, RESCUE, PURSUE ~ “For two, three, or four players or teams (and any number of Kibitzers) […]
Here for the first time in one place is everything you will ever need to know in order to survive just about any difficult or dangerous situation. Drawing from dozens of the U.S. Army’s official field manuals, editor Jay McCullough has culled a thousand pages of the most useful and curious tidbits for the would-be […]
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Filled with valuable information for hobbyists, survival enthusiasts, family campers – and everyone who enjoys outdoor life, Mountainman Crafts and Skills is the essential illustrated guide to wilderness living and survival. How to make your own clothing, shelter, and equipment are all covered in step-by-step detail – through illustrations by the author himself. Learn how […]
Review “…You and the children are certainly to be commended for you accomplishments.” Referring to the dugout canoe project. (chapter 4) — National Geographic World A new book from Prairie Wolf which will become soon a classical reference. — International Research Survival Newsletter France, December 1996 The authors live their subject, and their text is […]