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Survival -- Fish swim next to banks at night or move from deep holes into shallow water to feed. They can often be directed into traps from which they are unlikely to escape. Make the walls of the Funnel Trap with piled-up stones or tightly spaced sticks driven solidly into the river or lakebed. Close the entrance to the trap, roil the water, then either spear the fish or net them with a seine made by tying a shirt or other cloth between two stout poles.  Photo by Steve Sanford

Catching fish for survival: This site has lots of cool ways to catch stuff-snares, traps and this really interesting way to snag fish. Im sure well try them this summer.and be thankful for our turkey sandwiches!

​There’s more to starting a campfire than flicking a bit of flame at a heap of wood. Amateur campers like myself know this only too well. I’ve tried - and failed - to keep fires burning inside fireplaces, never mind in the great outdoors. My friend and I once used up so much tinder trying to get a fire going we were reduced to burning receipts from our wallets, before he accidentally incinerated his return bus ticket.   Find more information about how to start a campfire and several campfire…

​There’s more to starting a campfire than flicking a bit of flame at a heap of wood. Amateur campers like myself know this only too well. I’ve tried - and failed - to keep fires burning inside fireplaces, never mind in the great outdoors. My friend and I

The Earth Sheltered Dwelling [important]Make sure you like living green and frugally on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest to be updated every time we find a great tutorial[/important] A shelter like this would great for your off grid living with a difference. This is a about as low-tech as it…

The Earth Sheltered Dwelling. A shelter like this would great for your off grid living with a difference. This is a about as low-tech as it…

Denmark Travel Cheat Sheet

Cheat sheet of customs, phrases, and tips for discovering Denmark. You dont say please in danish like you do in other languages . Polite sentences and a "tak" (thank you) is all