A self-feeding fire is the best solution to the chore of feeding the fire all through the night. Once you build a self-feeding fire, you won't need to tend the fire to keep it burning. A well constructed self-feeding fire can burn for 14 hours or more without anyone tending it. Whether you are the … [Read more...] about How To Build A Self-Feeding Fire
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Camping is the heart and soul of developing wilderness survival and bushcraft abilities. Introducing the camping category at The Survival Journal.
Best Campgrounds in Montana Devils Creek — Hungry Horse Giant Springs State Park – Great Falls Rainbow Point Campground – West Yellowstone Woodbine Campground – Nye Glacier National Park – Northwest Montana Lone Pine State Park – Kalispell Beaver Creek Campground – West … [Read more...] about 12 Best Campgrounds In Montana With Jaw Dropping Sights
The best types of leaves to wipe within the wilderness are willow leaves. Willow leaves are some of the softest leaves out there. What makes them so soft? Good question. Willow leaves have a layer of fur on the surface. This makes them very soft against our skin. They are also non-toxic so you don't … [Read more...] about Best Leaves To Wipe With When SHTF (literally)
Having a good quality camping stove can make or break a camping trip. It has one function, but it's one of the most important functions for our survival. To cook our food. In this post, you'll get a full review of the Biolite Campstove review so you'll know if it's right for you or not depending on … [Read more...] about Biolite Campstove Review
Best Campgrounds Mississippi Flint Creek Water Park Davis Bayou Campground Natchez Trace Parkway Tishomingo State Park Paul B. Johnson State Park Hernando Point Campground Piney Grove Buccaneer State Park Puskus Lake Recreation Area Hugh White State Park Clear Springs … [Read more...] about Best Campgrounds in Mississippi