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The Cache..this is an example of a cache. the mountain men would dig holes (& remember where they were) to store their goods, only things necessary for survival were on the pack mule or in his pack. Hides, Some Food Stuffs and Furs Were Stored in Various CACHES.....Well Known Fact.

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A Survivalist's Guide to Eating in the Wilderness #Infographic

A Survivalist's Guide to Eating in the Wilderness #Infographic #Survival #Food

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Trapper/mountain man's dinnerware was simple, a kettle for cooking, a plate, tin cup, a spoon and the ever present Butcher Knife. Some did away with the spoon & Simply Ate off of the Butcher Knife.

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Urban Survival Sitefrom Urban Survival Site

9 Weapons (Besides Guns) That Could Save Your Life

The purpose of this article is to teach you about the many types of weapons (other than guns) that you can use to defend yourself.

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The basic kit takes many forms, depending on the time period (primitive, historic or contemporary). Packing for the Cherokee Campaign...Davidson's Fort...on the North Carolina Frontier

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Creating a survival cache. alternatively can use a lock and lock container. bury it somewhere reachable. keep identification, titles, deeds, survival items and possibly cash in it.

Why A ‘Battle Bag’ Should Be Part Of Your Survival Stash/ The Survival Place Blog

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DIY Earth Sheltered Dwelling For Long Term Survival - SHTF, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Prepping, Homesteading

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TEN DAY SURVIVAL PACK (for your car) How to be prepared for an emergency when traveling in your car or truck. $25.00

Knowledge Weighs Nothingfrom Knowledge Weighs Nothing

How To Tan A Hide 101 (Via Several Methods)

How To Tan A Hide Using Several Methods ~ If you are a hunter who doesn’t know how to tan a hide, or you are someone who thinks that one day you will need to hunt to provide food in a SHTF survival situation etc, you definitely want to learn how to tan a hide. Animal hides can provide clothing, footwear, blankets & shelter, so don’t waste those hides. Click on picture or go directly to the link: http://www.backcountrychronicles.com/how-to-tan-a-hide/