mark.jackson@sja.org.uk

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20 mud kitchen ideas Oh what I would have given to had one of these when I was a kid, actually, wouldn't mind a functioning one now! lol

Had no idea mud pie kitchens were a thing but I LOVE the idea! 20 mud kitchen ideas Oh what I would have given to had one of these when I was a kid, actually, wouldn't mind a functioning one now!

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DIY How To Build A Small Cabin On A Budget. See it's stuff like this that makes me think I can do things like this. But great now I am sure I can build a small house.

Deer processing

Deer Hunting Tips- How to Cut Venison and Process Deer. This illustrated deer meat guide shows the different cuts of venison harvested from a deer, and helps the DIY processor get a basic understanding. Hunting Tips and Gear, Survival Prepping Skills at

Booby Traps for DIY Home Security | Emergency Preparedness and DIY Home Defense Ideas and Projects | Survival Life Prepping and Gear

Booby Traps for DIY Home Security Emergency Preparedness and DIY Home Defense Ideas and Projects Survival Life Prepping and Gear

How to Make Hardtack: An Inexpensive and Long-Lasting Survival Food

How to Make Hardtack: An Inexpensive and Long-Lasting Survival Food - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Make Water Drinkable | Why and How to Purify Water | Survival Skills, Tips And Tricks by Survival Life at http://survivallife.com/2016/01/19/make-water-drinkable/

Make Water Drinkable - Why and How to Purify Water - Survival Skills, Tips And Tricks : survivallife

survival items

Whether it’s a winter survival kit, or just a survival kit in general….you don’t have to spend a fortune to get started. When you think about it, sometimes the most valuable things in an emergency are also the cheapest things you can buy.

Root Cellar--if my yard were large enough for this and for a really big veg garden I would totally do this and never buy potatoes, onions, sweet potates, turnips, parsnips, carrots, etc again!  AND somewhere to store our homebrew

Step by step description and pictures to build your own Root Cellar. Just in case I ever find myself needing to build a root cellar.