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Push a 12 to 18” long stick about a quarter of the way into the ground. Rub another stick against it like you are trying to start a fire. Do this for about 2 to 5 minutes and you should see tons of worms popping up to the surface.In East Tennessee back in the 50's this was called, "Fiddling for worms".

Calling All Worms This surprisingly simple technique will unearth some surprising results! Find an area of loose, slightly moist soil (the dirt under a log or landscape timber works well) and push a to stick two to three inches into the ground.

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This evaporation cooler is actually known as a zeer pot and this system is widely used throughout Africa and the Middle East to keep food cool and prolong freshness and stop it spoiling in the heat. It is truly a tried and tested concept that works very well off-the-grid when conventional refrigeration is not available. …

Off-The-Grid Easy To Build DIY Refrigerator

Off The Grid Easy To Build DIY Refrigerator. Easy to Build Non-Electrical Evaporation Cooler that can keep food fresh for weeks. t I also like the way they put the pan lid on it.

Using the Shadow Method of Finding Directions | Preparedness Advice Blog

Finding Directions - Simply stand a stick on end and place a small rock where the tip of the shadow falls. Wait ten to fifteen minutes and place a second rock at the point where the tip of the shadow has moved too. Draw a line between the two points

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