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Pagans Virtual Survival Camp

This is a group where people can discover survival techniques, camping info, recipes and low-tech or no-tech info for daily living, permaculture, animal husbandry, etc.

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Members: 204
Latest Activity: Jun 28, 2017

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...you are interested in low-tech or no-tech ways of living, cooking, growing, tending the garden, permaculture, intentional community, health care and herbal cures, survival techniques, etc.
Cool LINKS! (This list will be added to frequently!)
http://www.ranprieur.com/
http://www.homestead.org/
http://www.permaculture.org/nm/index.php/site/index/
http://blog.myspace.com/nibiru2010
http://www.zetatalk.com/thub00.htm
http://www.seedsavers.org
http://www.seedsofchange.com
http://horizonherbs.com
http://www.small-farm-permaculture-and-sustainable-living.com/index.html

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I'm trying to make a list; please help out if you can.

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We're not talking about Japan?

Started by Kim Folsom. Last reply by steve hawkins Nov 26, 2011. 14 Replies

Mass Animal Deaths

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Comment by steve hawkins on May 12, 2012 at 4:37am

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I made myself a survival knife today, it's made from a 9 inch diablo demolition saw, now they cut on the pull but I prefer a saw to cut on the push so I reversed it and ground it to shape. It's got 5 inches of saw teeth so it can cut a 2 1/2 inch tree branch, more than most men can wrench of by hand, good firewood or to build an emergency shelter. the knife blade is for cutting the point on stakes or cutting wood joints.

Comment by steve hawkins on May 11, 2012 at 7:11pm

Another good survival site is;  http://www.equipped.org/home.htm

Comment by steve hawkins on May 4, 2012 at 7:38pm

One of the best survival sites I've seen; 

http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com/

Comment by steve hawkins on April 5, 2012 at 6:41am

I've found a good video on fire making with flint and steel and one that puts a bit of art into survival.

how to use;  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzeY1usbiVk

making charcloth and charcord;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjUDMbVl3Bg&feature=related

forging a fire steel;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TAsvs77Sl4&feature=related

The flint is real flint that is knapped th make stone axes.

Comment by svnoyi danuwa on March 23, 2012 at 10:20pm

i've always felt the U.S. made the best stuff for our soldiers. i always shop at the surplus store.

Comment by steve hawkins on March 23, 2012 at 9:07pm

A 72 hour bugout kit needs good gear and those of us who've been in the defense forces know what gear to get, the water canteen for example can be a nightmare or a good multi use unit. This is the only unit worth recomending;

The m12 canteen (1 quart - 960mil) and cover holds the cup and the kidney stove fits inside the cup; the stove is fueled by hexamine tablets or metho burner lower down on this page. The hexamine or metho burner , and the water purification tablets are stored in a pocket on the cover; the whole unit is belt mounted. In Australia the unit costs about $65 and is US made.

Comment by steve hawkins on March 4, 2012 at 12:43am

I made a batch of jerky in the food drier with corned silverside , perhaps a little too dry but nice to eat and definitely worth cooking with; if it lasts long enough! It is definitely top emergency food with no need to cook, dried veg reconstitute themselves in cold water and are precooked. A pleasant meal could be made with the above and reconstituted powdered milk with drinking chocolate and NO COOKING, ok for summer.

Comment by Shay on February 28, 2012 at 7:37am

Thanks Steve! That looks like a very simple project that will be really useful!

Comment by steve hawkins on February 27, 2012 at 7:14pm

The Coke can metho burner has been around for as long as aluminium can have, this one is made from 200ml minicoke cans.

The bottoms of 2 coke cans are cut off with sizzers, one 1 in high and the other 5/8 in high. The larger is the top, it is punched with holes on the outside of the rim every 1/4 in with a drawing pin and a hole punched with a nail in the middle of the dished bottom and the top loosly filled with non flameable fiberglass insulation, the cut edge is kinked with needle nose pliers so that it slides inside the shorter bottom piece, a short piece of insulation is pulled through the hole in the top piece to act as a wick.

Metho is poured into the burner through the dished top until a small pool is visible, when lit it takes a minuit to heat up then flames flow through the holes. Above is a metho burner powering an army hexistove, this unit can boil a pint of water in 8 minuites.

Comment by svnoyi danuwa on February 27, 2012 at 6:34pm

i like it.

 

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