Baby Food – Not Just for Babies!

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – the best items to pack in your bug out bag are the ones that have multiple uses. A few jars of baby food carefully tucked away in your BOB would not only be a great snack on the go, but you can convert them into emergency candles.These are great if you don’t have the time or the resources to make an actual fire, just need Continue ReadingBaby Food – Not Just for Babies!

Wet Fire Review–The Good, The Bad, The Bottom Line

This post is from my friend Joe from Survival Life: In my last Newsletter, I reviewed the Strike Master Fire starter and it did pretty well. A nice solid fire starter that you will get a lot of sparks out of. But the funny thing about that article is that the most questions I received were not about the fire starter but about that little chunk of white stuff that caught on fire. A lot Continue ReadingWet Fire Review–The Good, The Bad, The Bottom Line

4 Fire Starting Methods to Know, Practice, and Have in your Bug Out Bag

The history and origin of how man was able to make and control fire is clouded, but once man was able to conjure up fire, there was no looking back. For generations fire provided us a light in the dark, warmth from the cold, cooked food, a means of communication, protection from predators and comfort in the night. Some parts of the world still rely daily on fire in these ways. If you are ever in Continue Reading4 Fire Starting Methods to Know, Practice, and Have in your Bug Out Bag