Canadian Joe Robinet of Bushcraft enjoys a winter hike with a couple of new friends. Joe’s dog is actually the star of the video. Nothing very special about this short video except encouraging me and my other cold northern friends to get outside more and enjoy our winter woods.
Must admit it’s been awhile since I made hot chocolate for the family while hiking during the colder months. It’ll definitely happen this weekend with the alcohol stove.
In case you’re wondering, Joe is wearing Baffin Endurance boots. Nice.
Watch the quick video for a relaxing moment in the Canadian cold.
Source & Image: Joe Robinet
Inspired by the book We Had Everything But Money, the Survival Mom created a list of ways folks living through the Great Depression made money.
Just as professors teach in marketing 101 courses today, your grandparents and great-grandparents saw what people wanted and needed. They knew folks longed for simple comforts, and eased emotional pains … during very hard times.
So, as the entrepreneurial and marketing students of their times–and needing money themselves–they gave folks what they wanted. What they needed. They provided solace and comforts.
They earned money and survived.
Black Scout Survival and friends ride ATVs through the Costa Rican highlands. That’s pretty much it.
Wedged between Nicaragua, Panama, the Pacific Ocean, and the Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica is politically stable (at least for that part of the world); so ATV touring is popular and safe.
Watch the video for some great views … and a story about a surfer dying from a Fer-De-Lance pit viper bite. Lesson: Don’t try to drive yourself to the hospital after being bitten by the most venomous snake in Central America.
Source & Images: BlackScoutSurvival
Do you have a billion dollars in your survival budget? Maybe 2 billion? You do?! Well then, I’ve got a piece of property for you.
Deep in the Czech Republic sits a multilevel estate that offers luxurious amenities above ground … and the same plush luxury below in a high security bunker.
Named The Oppidum (Latin for “enclosed space”), it is being marketed to billionaires who want to maintain an opulent lifestyle, regardless of of surrounding conditions.
Here’s part of the marketing pitch: