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  1. Australia and New Zealand
    The more skills you have, the less equipment you need to rely on. Most if not all of the equipment I carry is for comfort, ease of living. I could go into the bush with nothing at all, but that is hard work & there will be no comfort until I have managed to set myself up with everything I need...
  2. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    I have a question mark at the end of the title because I'm still reading about this and I'm in shock and I don't really believe it. It's really weird and I never read this anywhere before in all my years of reading about nutrition. Supposedly, it's possible to add more vitamin D to your food...
  3. General Discussion
    I am still scratching my head after reading this article, on the front page of the NY Times: http://www.nytimes.com/projects/2013/invisible-child/#/?chapt=1 It is a very long, 5-part article detailing one family living in the shelters and off the dole. The parents do not seem to have any pride...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Terms: We've had the whole Survivalist VS Bushcrafter debate already. But I'm wondering about other terms I've seen tossed around. Survivalist, Bushcrafter, Prepper, Woodsman, Naturalist, Homesteading, Self-Reliance, Primitive Skills Expert, Outdoorsman, Fieldcraft, etc... First of all, if...
  5. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Wanted to share a really good book recommendation with you all, called Shop Class as Soulcraft http://www.matthewbcrawford.com/ Basic synopsis is that there is incredible value in developing material trade skills in a time when society is increasingly focused on developing "knowledge workers."...
  6. Books, Movies & Stories
    Hello all. I just found what looks like a great book at the local library. It's called Living on an Acre: A Practical Guide to the Self-Reliant Life. It's from the USDA. This is the updated version of their 1978 Yearbook of Agriculture called Living on a Few Acres that was dedicated to that...
  7. New Member Introduction
    Hello to the gang. Pleasure to be here...found these boards through Google. First off, some straight shooting: yes, we're a small internet-based company selling survival, emergency prep, self-reliance, hunting & camping and related gear. Second: we're not going to lurk on these boards...
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