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Help dog Mom and puppies in Noginsk, Russia
Find out eight tips and recipes on how to make natural tick repellent for humans, dogs, and other pets. See how you can create DIY tick repellent sprays with the help of tea tree, white vinegar, and other powerful ingredients. #KeepingTicksAway #helpdogs #donatetodogs
Beginner's Whittling Guide: The Knives, Skills, & Wood Needed
So you want to learn how to whittle, eh? Well this guest post will get you on the road from beginner to bearded whittling master!Most people wouldn't think it, but woodcarving is an outlet for artistic expression, and is surprisingly relaxing! There are several styles of woodcarving, but the most convenient one is whittling.How is …
17 Survival Items You DON’T Need In Your Bug Out Bag - SHTFPreparedness
17 Survival Items You DON’T Need In Your Bug Out Bag - If you've spent even a little time learning about preparedness and survival, you've no doubt come across the "ultimate" list of bug out bag supplies. If you read too many of these lists, you'll be tempted to get more bug out bag items than you actually need.
9 Easiest Ways to Store Meat Without Refrigeration - SHTFPreparedness
This article serves as an introduction to off-grid meat storage. We\'ll look at methods like smoking, curing, brining, dehydrating, freeze drying, and more. People were storing meat long before refrigerators were invented. Here\'s how they did it.
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Whether you're a curious hiker or nervous camper, leaf identification is a useful skill to have. Learn how to identify different types of non-poisonous and poisonous leaves, like poison sumac, sugar maple, poison oak, gingko, and poison ivy. 27 Leaves Every Camper Should Know How to Identify | Red Rover Camping
How to Find Water in the Wild
Things you need (not in any particular order): -A large piece of plastic(Poncho, Garbage Bag etc. Preferably about 5’x5’ can be smaller.) -A long straw-like drinking tube. (Preferable, but not completely necessary.) -A shovel, hands, a stick, or a stone, anything to dig a small hole. -A small container for the water collection. (Can, water bottle with top cut off, etc.) -A small rock, pebble, stone, a bit of gravel, or sand to weigh the plastic down in the center. -Non Poisonous foliage