Just picked up a great new cot yesterday at Dick’s Sporting Goods, the Field and Stream Oversized Cot.
It was only 70 bucks and has held up well after one night.
It’s rated for 325 pounds, but the reviews say it can safely handle a lot less, so I’m hoping I’ll be fine at 180 pounds.
We’ll see if I wake up on the floor one morning!
Today’s outdoor survival skills tip shows how you can use a very thin and portable survival blanket for both shelter and warmth:
Injury and adventure often go hand-in-hand, especially when you’re dealing with Mother Nature.
Knowing what to do in an emergency could mean the difference between life and death.
In today’s basic wilderness survival guide, you’ll learn how to deal with 4 common, but potentially deadly, events, including snake bites, fractures, and…
Arguably, one of the most important outdoor survival skills is how to make fire, because of how vital and useful it is to your survival.
Fire provides warmth, light, cooked food, and more.
It’s no surprise then that this is one of the first things you should learn how to do, and many people need to learn, or at least a refresher: