In the last article about winter survival, we conveyed the necessity of being properly dressed for a survival emergency. In Part Two of this series we want to address another universal principle of winter survival.
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Winter Survival! The very words conjure up images of snow-laden trees, frozen streams and smoke curling gently upward from a warm fire. The fresh, crisp air coupled with the bare, black branches of leafless trees evoke memories of days long gone, an era long past, when longhunters in their buckskins roamed the vast tracks of wilderness in search of deer, bear and whatever other game was about. It was a time of freedom, of danger and seemingly endless opportunity when a young man with his rifle could make a lasting mark on his world using just his...
How does a jobless father of four keep his family warm and fed in Detroit during the harsh winter? By donating his plasma and collecting wood from the abundant amount abandoned homes around the bankrupt city.
Time and again we see folks make the wrong choices during an emergency. For some it only takes once to learn a lesson, while for others it takes a few tries to get it right. This is why we are here to help you avoid these costly and sometimes embarrassing mistakes.
I hate keeping you all in the dark, but I know you have noticed we have mentioned archery quite often within the last month. Though there is something awesome in the works, we still want to share good information when we come across it. What good would we be to our readers if we didn’t give you all the best of the best?
I like The Walking Dead television show. There I said it and it is no longer a secret. Why do I like it you ask? Is it for the zombies or blood and gore? Not at all. It is for the pure humanism involved in the story line.