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Trigger Snare Modified For Fishing. This would be hilarious! Fish flying everywhere. For you sothern folk the original yo-yo fish hook

Good survival info

Skills for Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse - Time to start working on my zombie apocalypse merit badges. My brother totally wins at this so I think I'll be fine This would be a fun idea, badges for camp :D

how to build a door - good design for the hanging doors on the garage and barn, and the interior hall doors

In this set of free woodworking plans, learn how to build barn doors using a frame, with X-style trim and traditional barn-style Dutch-doors.: Attach a Diagonal Frame Member

Tarp Shelters - Examples showing how to make multiple types of tarp shelters.

Tarp Shelters - Examples showing how to make multiple types of tarp shelters. With a small amount of paracord and a tarp, you can quickly setup an improvised shelter that will keep you dry and warm with a small reflected fire.

Creating Water Proof Matches and other survival tips...

Creating water proof matches, survival biscuits, cotton ball fire starters, candle/cardboard stove and other survival tips for emergency preparedness.

Build Your own Portable Solar Generator for less than $150. Want to build your own portable solar power generator to take with you on camping trips or for use in an emergency? I’ll show you how below, it’s easier than you think. Goal Zero’s version of this cost $400, depending on what you include yours will under cost $150 by buying inexpensive parts from Amazon.com. Look for a parts list below. #DIY #environment #sustainability #travel #green

Read how to build your Portable Solar Power Generator. Want to build your own portable solar power generator to take with you on camping trips or for use.

Laura shares with us the story of how she added solar power to her tiny house in Ontario and learned along the way. She shares some really good info. for folks interested in adding solar to their home.

Laura shares the story of how she added solar power to her tiny house in Ontario and learned along the way. She shares some really good info. for folks interested in adding solar to their home.

A pencil sharpener might not seem like something you should keep in your survival kit, but it's actually quite useful. The paper-thin shavings that you can make catch fire easily and make great tinder.

Simple, cheap tool for getting your fire started. A pencil sharpener and twigs will give you all the fire starter you need