vaseline and cotton balls. costs around $4.50 to make about 600 hundred of these. They burn for quite a while and after a few days of sitting in the vaseline mixture they are water proof.

vaseline and cotton balls. costs around $4.50 to make about 600 hundred of these. They burn for quite a while and after a few days of sitting in the vaseline mixture they are water proof.

Good to know! A rope bed how to. (They are actually very comfy, like a hammock.)

Good to know! A rope bed how to. (They are actually very comfy, like a hammock.)

Use a tin can as a makeshift cutting tool | 11 Survival Uses for a Tin Can #survivallife survivallife.com

Use a tin can as a makeshift cutting tool | 11 Survival Uses for a Tin Can #survivallife survivallife.com

The Homestead Survival | How to Make Newspaper Logs for Your Fire | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

The Homestead Survival | How to Make Newspaper Logs for Your Fire | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

Survival Tools You Can Make Using Duct Tape | Infographic #survivalife www.survivallife.com

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Forgetting Something in Your Kit? Dental Preparedness for Emergencies - Mom with a Prep

Forgetting Something in Your Kit? Dental Preparedness for Emergencies

Forgetting Something in Your Kit? Dental Preparedness for Emergencies - Mom with a Prep

Easy long-term food storage for a variety of staples: rice, beans, grains (like polenta & cream of wheat) and sugar. Buy in bulk, store in clean empty bottles and use what you need as you need it! They are water and air tight and keep bugs out! 1 and 2 liter sizes are great for trading too!

Easy long-term food storage for a variety of staples: rice, beans, grains (like polenta & cream of wheat) and sugar. Buy in bulk, store in clean empty bottles and use what you need as you need it! They are water and air tight and keep bugs out! 1 and 2 liter sizes are great for trading too!

70+ Homestead Hacks: Nifty Tips to Make Life on the Homestead a little bit easier

70+ Homestead Hacks

70+ Homestead Hacks: Nifty Tips to Make Life on the Homestead a little bit easier

Prepare 20, 40, or even 60 lbs of chicken at once! No need for refrigeration, or freezing and it's all cooked and ready to go! Really easy to do and rewarding too.

Prepare 20, 40, or even 60 lbs of chicken at once! No need for refrigeration, or freezing and it's all cooked and ready to go! Really easy to do and rewarding too.

These simple no-frills fishhooks can be made by clipping away metal with your Leatherman a filing them to a point.

These simple no-frills fishhooks can be made by clipping away metal with your Leatherman a filing them to a point.

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