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- LindaG on Flour Weevils in Your Pantry, How to Keep Them Out
- Morgan on Rotating Food and Why You Should Do It.
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- Practical Parsimony on Preserving Meat Without the Use of Salt
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Tag Archives: shelter
While doing some research on disasters in third world countries, I came across something called a Shelterbox. This is a box containing a shelter and assorted items to provide heat and cooking facilities after a disaster. The charity that provides …Read More...
The Long Journey Home, by Lew B. is a contest entry, don’t forget to submit yours.
August 18, 2009 – My wife and I leave Southern California for a nice 5 day drive through the beautiful (but desolate) state of …Read More...
A couple of weeks ago, I put up a review on the Eureka Assault Outfitter 4 tent. This last week, I spent several days at the beach. I camped near some sand dunes for my grandchildren’s benefit. They are young …Read More...
I spent this afternoon setting up and evaluating the Eureka Assault Outfitter 4, which is the 4 person civilian version of the Marines combat tent.
We started by opening the tent and examined all the components. The tent came in …Read More...