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How To: Tie the 10 Most Useful Knots

HOW TO – Tie the 10 most useful knots Here’s a guide on how to tie 10 useful knots including - Overhand Knot Figure-eight Know Reef (Square) Knot Sheet (Becket) Bend Carrick Bend Bowline Clove Hitch Timber Hitch Taut-line Hitch Sheepshank

66 Shelters You Can Make From A Tarp It's always good to have options #shtf #prepping #shelter #survival

Tarps can be made into many types of shelters. While the standard blue tarp is a good tool there are quite a few more compact camping tarps out there that are made out of tent type materials.

How to Find True North Without a Compass — Basic survival skills are essential for anyone living off the grid, whether it’s by choice or in a SHTF situation. In the event that you have to navigate without landmarks, technology, or even a compass, you need to know how to find true north.

How to Find True North Without a Compass — Basic survival skills are essential for anyone living off the grid, whether it’s by choice or in a SHTF situation. In the event that you have to navigate without landmarks, technology, or even a compass, you need

This diagram could save someone’s life!

It’s the EMT in me… This diagram could save someone’s life!there’s nothing about stopping the gushing from my lady parts! Now THAT would save someone’s life!

snares and traps- Everyone should know this and about the edible plants (and be able to make a positive ID of those plants if in doubt it's best not to use).

In case you find yourself in an outdoor survival situation. Snares and traps- Everyone should know this and about the edible plants (and be able to make a positive ID of those plants if in doubt it's best not to use).

Animal Tracks ABC Flash cards. $12.00, via Etsy.

Animal Tracks ABC Flash cards/ Many animals live around our school. Perhaps we could identify their tracks. I have seen skunk, opossum, raccoon, deer, rabbit and armadillo.

Mors Kochanski’s knife use teaching aid. The “Try Stick” has developed an underground following. it is approximately an inch to inch and a half in diameter. One carves various types of carvings that would commonly be used in woodcraft/bushcraft, though some are more to showcase ones ability to wield a knife. There are many beautiful examples floating around the net, from woodcrafters who have demonstrated their ability and prowess with a knife. Note Mark Emery of Kepis Bushcraft.

Try stick. One stick with all the different cuts and notches you're likely to need. Would be a great long term undertaking for the kids, a testimony to their tenacity and developing skills.