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Urban Thrill Seekers top 5 OCR list

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Urban Thrill Seekers top 5 OCR list for 2015 If you want to challenge yourself and your athletic performance, there’s no better way than an obstacle race that’s designed to push you to the limits of your physical capabilities. We’ve compiled a list of my the top 5 Obstacle Course Races that you can register to participate in and some […]

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basic survival skills

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You might be asking, “What is the best way to approach basic survival skills,” especially since there is so much information available. Here are 6 primary components of wilderness survival to help you thrive in any situation: Number 1: Attitude More than any other skill, your attitude determines how successful you are in a survival situation.  This first of the […]

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Survival Bow Making

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Making a Survival Bow The bow and arrow are effective hunting tools, because they increase the distance between you and your prey, bettering your chances of catching an animal. When in a survival situation, the ability to fashion a survival bow and arrows quickly and from the raw material surrounding you is a skill that is of extreme use, and […]

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Survival Techniques 5 Basic Survival Skills

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Survival techniques are a-plenty, but regardless of which specific one, there are 5 Basic Survival Skills that everyone who ventures into the Outdoors should understand and be fully aware of their potential need and use. This is a just brief outline, not a full explanation of all the requirements and items required in each category.  One of the most important […]

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basic survival skills for you and your family after a disaster

As we look at preparing for uncertain times, we seek to have the resources on hand to natural and unnatural disasters and be more resilient in our daily lives. there are 3 things that comes to mind when a disasters accords: what do I to prepare to the disaster what do I do during the disaster what do I do […]

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9 Ways to Make Fire Without Matches videos

As we look at preparing for uncertain times, we seek to have the resources on hand to weather the storm and be more resilient in our daily lives.  We store water and put food away for shortages or emergency situations.  We make sure we can communicate with family, friends, and loved ones.  We are all working on building resilience our […]

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9 Ways To Start a Fire Without Matches

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I think in the last couple of years we have seen several natural disasters and no one is prepared for any afterwards reaction, below are simple ways to survive after a natural disaster. Friction Based Fire Making Friction based fire making is not for the faint of heart. It’s probably the most difficult of all the non-match based methods. There […]

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Hunting Checklist

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Checklists are a good habit to get into when you prepare for an outing. Print this one out, make your own additions, and maybe you can avoid that, “Oh, no, I forgot…” scenario. The Essentials All necessary licensing (stamps, tags, permits for access to private land, etc.) Fixed blade knife Folding knife Multi Tool Water Bottle with Beverage Food: Light […]

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Fishing Checklist

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Checklists are a good habit to get into when you prepare for an outing. Print this one out, make your own additions, and maybe you can avoid that, “Oh, no, I forgot…” scenario. All necessary licensing including stamps and written permission to enter private waters Proection from the Sun: Hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen, and Bandana Fishing Vest or Small Daypack with […]

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Backpacking Checklist

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Checklists are a good habit to get into when you prepare for an outing. Print this one out, make your own additions, and maybe you can avoid that, “Oh, no, I forgot…” scenario. DAY HIKE Whenever you head into the woods for longer than a few hours, you’ll need to gear up. Base your equipment selection on the season, region […]

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