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  1. MatatuPuncher

    Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care

    @MatatuPuncher submitted a new file to the library: Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care - Field Guide to First Aid Click here for more info!
  2. MatatuPuncher

    Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival

    @MatatuPuncher submitted a new file to the library: Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival - Wilderness survival Click here for more info!
  3. B

    living in the wild spring of 2020

    I'm looking to go out in the spring of 2020 to live full time in the wild. like minded people are welcome to join but lets keep it small ( 5 people max ) will be packing everything in. if you do plan on coming with please make sure you have everything you need and make sure to bring a wood gas...
  4. B

    HUGE survival ebook archive

    this is a huge survival ebook library of mine ( 8.41GB ) i'd like to share with everyone. from basic text documents, web pages links, books and military manuals. these cover everything from urban/bush craft survival - weather, homesteading, cooking and military survival/evasion techniques...
  5. ThatBitch

    19 y/o artist in search of freedom

    hello! i have never gone camping, killed and prepared an animal, backpacked, hitchhiked, or traveled outside of the US. but i am painfully tired of this society and i'm ready to take the plunge and reconnect with the earth in the way our ancestors once did. return to our roots with me :) looking...
  6. jack boy

    Northern Bushcraft

    jack boy submitted a new file to the StP library: Northern Bushcraft - By Mors L. Kochanski Click here for more information on this file.
  7. EatMoreRoadKIll


    I decided to give this strange/awesome site a chance in hopes of meeting some rad folks while I'm out on the road. I'm passing through Fort Collins CO area until about June, so if your in the area, are cool, and want to hang out hit me up. I've been traveling, squatting, and what not since I was...
  8. ResistMuchObeyLittle


    Anyone interested in Wilderness living and Bushcraft should definitely read and implement the BUSHCRAFT Book by MORS KOCHANSKI. By far the best book on the subject. He also has YouTube videos that are great. He's like the great grandfather of Wilderness Survival. Also check out his 2 kilo kit...
  9. scoutwilding

    Hey all! Older trans forest elf here :D

    Hullo folx! I was on the board here a while back & decided really its where I belong. The rest of 'social media' makes me crazy. I'm an older (47), poly trans queer Anarchist forest elf who grew up in the mountains of NY state homesteading before it was cool haha. I started traveling in 1990 &...
  10. D


    Just got into the idea of, when carrying my sometimes extra dog food, extra water on my semi heavy pack, why not rig of an impermanent tumpline to use my neck and noggin to take a little weight off the shoulder and hips. Gonna try her out. Checking out primitive gear and packs got me on it. Even...
  11. CoNiGMa


    Cordage is a good thing to have in a survival situation. Any type of wire, rope, string, twine, or line of any type will be useful, but stronger rope is better. It can be used for multiple purposes like lashing things together, building shelter, carrying and moving items, climbing, making a...
  12. CoNiGMa

    The Rule of Three

    In a survival situation, a person has 4 core things that he/she needs to survive. These are Shelter, Water, Fire, and Food. When in a survival situation, remember the Rule of 3: You can survive for 3 Minutes without air (oxygen) or in icy water. You can survive for 3 Hours without shelter in a...
  13. CoNiGMa

    16+ Ways to Start a Fire Without Matches or a Lighter

    Fire is essential when in a survival situation. It is used to purify and boil water, cook food, as well as other things. There are numerous ways to start a fire when out in the wilderness or in a survival situation. In the absence of lighters and matches, here is a list of various options...
  14. CoNiGMa

    Shelter building with natural materials

    One of the main things you need to worry about when in a survival situation is shelter, especially in cold, damp climates. If you do not have a shelter such as a tent and cannot find a suitable place to use as a shelter from wild animals and the elements, you will need to make one. There are...
  15. CoNiGMa

    Cheap Food Storage Supply

    Something you need to consider if you are preparing for a SHTF scenario is food. Storing food may seem like a daunting and expensive task, but I found a list by “AZPrepper” which makes things easier for you. He basically came up with a list of $5 food items that you can purchase each week for a...
  16. CoNiGMa

    Alternative Uses for Common Items

    One thing you need to train your mind to do for a survival situation is to improvise with the things you have available to you. Common, everyday items can be used in a survival situation to provide you with the basics needed to survive. Some examples of things you can use that most everyone may...
  17. CoNiGMa

    Animal Tracking

    Animal Tracking: Because wild creatures usually stay in hiding after a snowstorm, look for tracks about 24 hours later. You can also find tracks in mud or wet sand along beaches, streams, and lakeshores almost any time. Tracks made by members of the dog family are among those most often...
  18. CoNiGMa

    Axe Care

    A good tool to have with you in the wilderness when the SHTF is an axe. It is useful for cutting firewood and wood to make things like a shelter. You need to know how to keep your axe in good shape. Before using an axe, whether old or new, you should sharpen its blade. Clamp the head of the...
  19. CoNiGMa

    Distress Signals

    Distress Signals: If you're in distress in the wilderness during the day, signal with sounds (gun, whistle, tin pans) in a series of threes, each followed by a brief silence. Continue until someone responds. In areas where a sound's effect might be limited (a valley or heavily wooded area)...
  20. Honky Lips

    Howdy in G A...

    I've never jumped a train... but I'm all man! Most of my travels have been by motorcycle. I've spent a lot of time stealth camping and generally avoiding campgrounds and motels. I've slowed down on moto's and have a car I'm modifying for stealth camping and roadtrippin'... Anybody round here...