In this step we’re going to be shaping our hearthboard.
If you’ve watched the earlier “Shelter” videos, you’ve learned the following:
You’re already set up, having tied a bowline in the end of your ridgeline. The bowline loop that’s formed should be about as big as your fist.
Asthma can be extremely scary.
Especially if your child ever has an asthma attack and is struggling to catch their breath.
It can be a pretty helpless feeling as a parent.
In this short guide, we’re going to look at some of the common causes… and how you can quickly nip it in the bud!
Let’s take a closer look at some knots:
This is Josh here again from Prepper Advantage. A great question that I’m often asked is, “What’s in my fire kit?” Arguably fire is one of the most important survival skills, and it facilitates many other priorities.
Migraines can be so painful.
Throbbing, pulsating pain on one side of your head.
Lasting hours, and in worst cases… leaving you bedstricken for days.
A lot of people tend to go on Western medication for them because they have no alternative.
Unfortunately for the 38 million migraine sufferers… those medications rarely work!
So that’s why today, I’m going to show you how to overcome migraines for good!
Making The Kit
We’ve made our bow, check. We’ve made our bearing block, check. We can set those to the side. Now it’s time to start making our kit. Split this into usable sections (you can use your knife). This cedar’s a relatively softer wood, which is what you would use for a bow drill. Often when I’m making my kits, I’ll go ahead and split them with a knife.
Always pack your shelter kit in a smaller bag or pouch so that if you need to drop your backpack to set out traps or resupply on water, you can lighten your load and save on the calorie expenditure. You may also hook it to your belt in case something happens to separate you from your gear.
300,000 people are diagnosed with lyme disease every single year.
And if you’re into the outdoors at all (and we’re guessing you are), you have a much greater chance of contracting it.