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  • Redfish are one of the most beautiful fish to me, each one is unique in its color & spots. It’s the simple things that make you appreciate the beauty of nature 🌊🎣🐟‼️ What do you think?
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  • Redfish are one of the most beautiful fish to me, each one is unique in its color & spots. It’s the simple things that make you appreciate the beauty of nature 🌊🎣🐟‼️ What do you think?
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  • So having some fun today we got into the age old conversation of “What would your plan be if you, woke in the zombie apocalypse: What kit would you take & where would you go?” Rules are:
1. You have half a tank of fuel.
2. You have a 30l backpack
3. You have a Glock with 1 Magazine

Annnnnnd Go!
#zombie #apocalypse #bugoutbag #bugoutvehicle #endgame #plan #tactical #scenario
  • So having some fun today we got into the age old conversation of “What would your plan be if you, woke in the zombie apocalypse: What kit would you take & where would you go?” Rules are:
    1. You have half a tank of fuel.
    2. You have a 30l backpack
    3. You have a Glock with 1 Magazine

    Annnnnnd Go!
    #zombie #apocalypse #bugoutbag #bugoutvehicle #endgame #plan #tactical #scenario
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  • Awesome view!
  • Awesome view!
  • 52 1 2 hours ago
  • Good morning 😎😉
For me it's always important to be prepared when wandering in the great outdoors. 🌲🐾🌲
That s why I bring the means to make an hot coffee and something to eat with a good calories quantity but small in size. 🍫🥚🍵
Here I made a flat snack with rolled oats, honey, walnuts, dried fruits, eggs, cocoa and olive oil. 
I cooked it until dry and toasty so I can bring it around for days if needed 🤗☺😋
  • Good morning 😎😉
    For me it's always important to be prepared when wandering in the great outdoors. 🌲🐾🌲
    That s why I bring the means to make an hot coffee and something to eat with a good calories quantity but small in size. 🍫🥚🍵
    Here I made a flat snack with rolled oats, honey, walnuts, dried fruits, eggs, cocoa and olive oil.
    I cooked it until dry and toasty so I can bring it around for days if needed 🤗☺😋
  • 195 9 4 hours ago
  • Rambling around, up and down 👣 in search of that perfect camp spot 🌲 ‼️ Will I see it from the next hill top?
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  • Rambling around, up and down 👣 in search of that perfect camp spot 🌲 ‼️ Will I see it from the next hill top?
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    Gear that's tested and recommended. Weekly updated blog with the latest tips and tricks. Find it all here.👇
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  • 245 4 6 hours ago
  • Everyday is a good day with a view like this!❤
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  • Everyday is a good day with a view like this!❤
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  • 895 11 6 hours ago
  • Water purification 💦 using a hot stone by  @nwprimate 
Boiling water in a block of wood.  The last time I used hot stones to boil water was in a folded bark container, and that was definitely a much more efficient approach, but the trees are reluctant to give up large sheets of supple bark this time of year, so I used a saw and some hot coals to improvise a winter boiling container. 
It took about an hour and a half to burn the bowl out of this piece of alder with hot coals.  I cracked the first one using too many embers and too much heat.  A small split started forming in this one, but luckily I was able to keep it from running out to the edge and compromising the container.

It holds just over two cups (475 ml) of water, but leaving room for hot rocks, splashing, and evaporation means you’ll never end up with quite as much after sanitizing it this way.

The boiling process seemed much slower in this block of wood than in a sheet of folded bark.  I suspect that at least some of this was due to the block absorbing heat from the water.  This just meant adding more rocks until it boiled, but it’s another reason to go with a thinner improvised container if you have the option.

To minimize the ashy flavor, I added some Pacific Silver fir foliage to make a tea.  It was a bit strong, but really not bad and masked any flavors that might have been added by the wood or stones. 
I was worried that the hot water might split out the bowl, but it held up great and seems like it would stand up to more of this treatment. 
#campfire #hiking #bushcraft  #campfire #hunting #hunter #fishing #camp #backcountry #camplife #prepping #firestarter #bugoutbag #prepper #thewalkingdead #キャンプ #backpacking #firesteel #woodsman #survival #ferrorod #survivalkit #emergencykit #productionhangar51 #fire
  • Water purification 💦 using a hot stone by @nwprimate
    Boiling water in a block of wood.  The last time I used hot stones to boil water was in a folded bark container, and that was definitely a much more efficient approach, but the trees are reluctant to give up large sheets of supple bark this time of year, so I used a saw and some hot coals to improvise a winter boiling container.
    It took about an hour and a half to burn the bowl out of this piece of alder with hot coals.  I cracked the first one using too many embers and too much heat.  A small split started forming in this one, but luckily I was able to keep it from running out to the edge and compromising the container.

    It holds just over two cups (475 ml) of water, but leaving room for hot rocks, splashing, and evaporation means you’ll never end up with quite as much after sanitizing it this way.

    The boiling process seemed much slower in this block of wood than in a sheet of folded bark.  I suspect that at least some of this was due to the block absorbing heat from the water.  This just meant adding more rocks until it boiled, but it’s another reason to go with a thinner improvised container if you have the option.

    To minimize the ashy flavor, I added some Pacific Silver fir foliage to make a tea.  It was a bit strong, but really not bad and masked any flavors that might have been added by the wood or stones.
    I was worried that the hot water might split out the bowl, but it held up great and seems like it would stand up to more of this treatment.
    #campfire #hiking #bushcraft   #campfire #hunting #hunter #fishing #camp #backcountry #camplife #prepping #firestarter #bugoutbag #prepper #thewalkingdead #キャンプ #backpacking #firesteel #woodsman #survival #ferrorod #survivalkit #emergencykit #productionhangar51 #fire
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