The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse [Book Review]

The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse [Book Review]

I was really excited about this book when I first heard of it. It’s what actually inspired me to do my Apocalypse Cooking series on my YouTube. The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse is a fun way to showcase recipes that you can eat in the zombie apocalypse. Here are the pros: -Detailed recipes – Each recipe takes into account that you’ll be cooking this stuff without a traditional oven (or rather, electricity) and they are sure to cite…

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Bridgford Ready To Eat French Toast Review [Prepper Food Storage]

Bridgford Ready To Eat French Toast Review [Prepper Food Storage]

When it comes to my bugging in food supply, I don’t like to store a lot of freeze dried foods. I’d prefer to get foods that still have a long shelf life, but that are foods that I would normally eat everyday. Like canned foods, rice, beans, etc. So when it comes to breakfast food items, it’s pretty difficult to find a good selection of ‘normal’ food that I can store for my bugging in food supply. I’ve done a…

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How To Improve Accuracy with Your Bow 

How To Improve Accuracy with Your Bow 

These techniques that I list below have personally helped me improve my accuracy. I don’t recommend anything unless I myself have tried it and know that it works. I’ve been doing archery for 13 years and counting and I’m constantly trying to find ways to improve myself. I hope these tips below can help you improve your accuracy! 1. Lift weights! This isn’t necessarily #1, but this is something that has drastically improved my overall efficiency with archery. I don’t lift…

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We All Gotta Start Somewhere

We All Gotta Start Somewhere

Whether it’s a new skill, trade, hobby or career; we all have to start somewhere. We didn’t come into this world automatically knowing everything about everything. So when I see a picture of someone who is shooting a gun incorrectly, I feel the desire to help them, not criticize. But sometimes I also keep my mouth shut, because sometimes it’s just a picture of someone I don’t know and probably never will. Of course I’ll be more invested in someone…

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What Does Fitness Have to do with Hunting?

What Does Fitness Have to do with Hunting?

I follow a bunch of hunters and the main theme that I come across with the majority of them is that they work hard to stay in shape. There’s all different kinds of hunting; backcountry, high fence, guided, in a blind, spot and stalk, etc. Regardless of how you may personally feel about any of the above ways to hunt, they are all legit. So what is required to be prepared for a hunt? In all of those circumstances, the…

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What I Hope to Teach my Daughter about Being Prepared

What I Hope to Teach my Daughter about Being Prepared

For those that don’t know, I am due to give birth to a girl in mid-July of 2016. This is our first child. I have many aspirations for my daughter. I don’t want to be unrealistic and push her into things that she doesn’t want to do because I know she’ll have her own interests and own personality and I want to be able to nurture those interests and personality to the best of our ability. However, I feel there…

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I Used to Be Afraid of Guns

I Used to Be Afraid of Guns

I grew up in Oregon. Oregonians love their guns, hunting, fishing, general outdoor activities. I didn’t grow up in a household with guns. Did not hunt. Did not fish. We did camp a lot, but it was never primitive. I learned later on in life, shortly before my father passed away, that he actually had a gun in the house for many years after my parents divorced. I don’t know if he had it while they were still together, I doubt…

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Who Cares What Tool You Hunt With – Just Get Out and Hunt!

Who Cares What Tool You Hunt With – Just Get Out and Hunt!

I love hunting, even though I am unable to get out and do it as often as I would like. I hunt with a rifle and compound bow, depending on the season/animal/circumstance. I hope to get into hunting with a shotgun, but I’ll be honest, I have not spent enough time with a shotgun to get any good at it. Yet. A new trend has appeared where hunters are shaming other hunters for the type of tool that they use…

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What I Learned from 365 Days of Prepping

What I Learned from 365 Days of Prepping

Back in 2015, I recorded a video a day called ‘365 Survival‘ where I tired to do some sort of survival/prepper related activity. I completed all 365 days. It was intense. It’s been about 5 months since I finished the series and I’m ready to talk about what I learned! In the beginning of the series, I sort of had a vague idea of what I wanted to do. I wanted to do something prepper/survival related on a daily basis,…

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My 13 Year Journey with Archery

My 13 Year Journey with Archery

I wanted to share my journey with archery. It has changed drastically over the past 13 years. 2003: I had always been interested in archery but never really thought much of it, so when I saw that my college offered an archery class, I jumped on it. Cause hey, why not? The class taught traditional archery using recurve bows. I fell in love on the first day. I was always so ecstatic to go to archery class. We learned so…

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