The latest posts from The Wilderness Survival Guide
The Bunker Business is Booming! Quite simply put, it does not matter where you go these days. The “survivalist” mentality is here, and here to stay. As life becomes easier, it frees up our time to actually worry about the future instead of worrying about the here-and-now as most folks did less than a century [...]
This video demonstrates how to build a great cold weather shelter with custom beds and fireplace.
This video will demonstrate how you can easily cut down larger trees with a knife.
Lonnie shows here a quick and easy survival food that is available year round that could easily make the difference between life and death. It is easily prepared with no cooking (eat it raw). All that is needed is a knife but even that is not necessary. This food could be gathered using a sharp [...]
Guide to making a light weight DIY backpacking stove for boiling water or cooking.
How to upcycle your broken mobile phone parts into survival tools
Many outdoor enthusiasts love to customize and modify there gear. This post showcases the most creative and original mods for the cold steel trail hawk tomahawk.
A look at various survival foods, and I give my humble opinion as to what the best survival food is! It may surprise you that I go against the tradition prepper advice and go with an easy to prepare, easy to put in a bug out bag food
A brief video of some things that can be used to increase the chances of survival in an urban area.
During the recent Do It Yourself World survival training weekend we learned how to cook with cast iron cookware over a camp fire. This may sound simple, but there are certain techniques involved in cooking with an open fire. You cannot control the fire temperature as easily as you can with the stove top in [...]
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