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Wilderness & Urban Survivalists

Manly survival methods for urban & wilderness situations

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Putting your plans into action

Started by Brian Splash. Last reply by John May 23, 2014. 6 Replies

Just recently l fitted my 4x4 out with velcro rip bags , and assigned one a designated BOB and the other a first aid kit . l am by no long shot a survival nut nor am l expecting a zombi apocalypse…Continue

Altoids Survival Kit

Started by Beowulf87. Last reply by JonEdanger Jan 3, 2014. 26 Replies

I'm creating the kit linked here, found on AoM itself:…Continue

Sauteed up some termites with butter and garlic salt. Tasted allright.

Started by Damien Guerrero (Kicking Bear). Last reply by Alan Andrews Jun 27, 2013. 5 Replies

Has any one else ate any other types of insects? How was it? How did you prepare it?…Continue

Tags: insects, termites

Wilderness and Urban

Started by Alan Andrews Jun 26, 2013. 0 Replies

I see a lot of good discussions in this group on wilderness survival skills, but does anyone have any input on urban survival when the SHTF, or just general preparedness for cosmopolitan scenarios?I…Continue

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Comment by Michael J. K. on April 2, 2014 at 6:32am

going on a retreat in MN with group of men in the  Audubon Center north of the twin cities.

I look forward to this.   I grew up in northern MI and I am used to being out in the middle of no where.

Comment by Michael J. K. on April 1, 2014 at 12:27am

cool group I had to learn about plants and stuff to eat where I grew up in summer camp it was fun

science teacher also told us things we could eat if stranded somewhere.

Comment by Carl M on May 13, 2011 at 10:37pm
I have read several news articles lately where people were stranded in the woods for 60+ days, some found alive some not. My first observation was no one was looking for them in  these areas becasue they never told anyone where they were going to be. In Hunter Education classes we teach the youth to not hunt alone (regardless of age), to tell other people where you will be at and when you plan to return. We use the phrase "Plan Your Hunt and Hunt Your Plan".  T alking with Search & escue presonnel, the majority of people that make plans and get lost are usually found in the first 24 hours. Just something to think about.
Comment by Samuel Chapman on May 4, 2010 at 3:39am
Just saw this group on here and as it alligns with my interest in bushcraft and the outdoors then I thought I'd join up.
I have a blog on the subject at http://woodcrafterslog.blogspot.com/ and I've written about survival kits and techniques there.
Comment by James Murphy on April 4, 2010 at 1:42pm
I must apologize that I have not updated this group, as I am now on the road most of the time with limited internet access. Please feel free to add content to your hearts content.
Comment by M Saxton on April 3, 2010 at 10:34pm
Yep, the hot glue stick works.
Comment by M. on April 2, 2010 at 1:50pm
Hey, I'm new here, I have always been interested in wilderness survival specifically. great to be a part of this group and I'm looking farward to discussions about survival.
Comment by Carl M on February 18, 2010 at 11:12pm
I was reading a "survival tip" to include a hot melt glue stick in your pack. Supposedly you can use a any heat source like a wooden match or lighter to melt the glue stick to make repairs. If it sticks as well to other materials as it does my fingers it may just work. Anyone have any experience with this?
Comment by Mike Norris on February 15, 2010 at 5:39pm
DH, yeah i love to watch those shows. There are several out there. You learn some things and it's entertaining watching someone else do that stuff from the comfort of your own home!
Comment by Jeffery Craig on February 2, 2010 at 3:40am
Thanks for having me aboard.
 

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