The Lost Ways Review My oldest daughter is eight and her younger sister is seven. By no means do they lack in the academic area, and they are considered advanced by the criteria laid out by state-mandated tests. I’d consider them both very artistic and imaginative children. Coming from a proud father I’ve been told by their teachers and daycare staff that they’re very bright children. Several days ago as
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First-aid equipment is one of the most overlooked survival gear out there. While they are not as interesting to talk about as firearms, bug out bags and survival knives, first- aid kits are likely going to be one of the most essential items in your survival gear. You will need to dedicate time in making sure that all your essential first-aid equipment is covered. If you are not sure regarding
“The Lost Superfoods” Book Review As a key part of The Lost Ways book collection, The Lost Superfoods by Art Rude, Lex Rooker, Claude Davis and Fred Dwight offers an easy to navigate compilation of over 30 recipes of long lasting survival foods and stockpile recommendations. In this 270 page book you’ll discover a wide variety of recipes and methods dedicated to sharing foods that are not only extremely healthy
Packing Food For Your Perfect Bug-Out Bag Food storage is an essential part of the survival of civilization. Since eating is a crucial part of a healthy life, preservation is a great way to ensure a stable food supply in case of an emergency. Food preservation is a common custom that dates back to 12,000 BC. Popular mainstream preservation techniques like canning came about in the late 1700s. In fact,