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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Food Storage Recipe ~ Jungle Hash

Easy one skillet meal.

NEED:

3 slices of bacon

1 pound of ground beef

1/2 cupof celery, chopped

1/2 cup onion, chopped

1/2 cup of green pepper, chopped

1 teaspoon of salt

1 can of of kidney beans, drained

1/3 cup of uncooked rice

1 1/2 cup of water

Cook up the bacon until it is crisp , crumble and set it aside.

In same skillet cook the ground beef , celery, onion, and green pepper until the ground beef is browned and veggies are tender.

Season it with th salt and a dash of pepper.

Drain off excess fat and stir in the bean,s , rice, and water.

Cover and reduce heat.

Simmer until the rice is done.

SERVE

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Food Storage Recipe ~ Hobo Dinner

I love this recipe. My mom used to make this a lot when I was growing up.

NEED:

1 pound of ground beef

2 medium potatoes, quartered

2 medium onions, quartered

2 carrots , sliced

2 tablespoons of butter

Salt and pepper to taste

Shape the beef into 4 patties and place on sheets of foil.

Top with some of the potatoes, onions, and carrots.

Wrap tightly.

Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

Season with the salt and pepper and serve.

Food Storage Recipe ~ Hamburger Macaroni Casserole

Easy enough to make and the whole family loves it.
NEED:
1 8 ounce package of macaroni
1 pound of ground beef
1/4 of a green pepper , chopped
1 medium onion , chopped
1 can of diced tomatoes
1 tablespoon of  catsup
1 can of mushroom soup
Shredded cheese
Cook the macaroni and then drain.
Brown the ground beef ,  green pepper, and onion until beef is cooked thru. Drain the fat off of it.
Add tomatoes, macaroni, and catsup. Simmer for a 30 minutes.
Pour into a large baking dish, add the mushroom soup, stir to mix well.
Sprinkle the cheese over top and bake for 30 minutes and 350 degrees.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Geeky Camping Gadgets

We all know that geek that also loves to camp, here are some great gadgets for them:



This gadget charges items with USB by using water!!!  Great for all of your other gadgets that you happen to have with you while you camp. The myFC PowerTrekk Fuel Cell Charger is lightweight, silent, and can charge a cell phone at virtually the same rate as your 110 at home.








The SteriPEN Adventurer Opti UV Water Purifier is a Compact handheld ultraviolet light (UV) water purifier designed specifically for outdoor/expedition use. -Reusable for up to 8,000 liters. It destroys up to 99.99% of harmful bacteria, viruses, and protozoa.








You have to take a shower even when you are camping, and this Solar Shower Bag, RISEPRO 10 gallons/40L Solar Heating Camping Shower Bag with Temperature Hot Water 45°C Hiking Climbing XH07 is the one to get. It is durable and can heat up water in about 3 hours.








This BioLite CampStove Bundle with CampStove, Portable Grill and KettlePot Attachments and USB FlexLight  is something for everyone to get , even if you are not a geek! You can cook on it and it generates enough electricity to charge lights, phones, and other personal devices. It has a lot of other amazing attachments to get for it for lighting and more. 

Monday, February 13, 2017

Fun Activities for Survival Preparation

Fun Activities for Survival Preparation

Survival preparation is about more than just collecting a few cans of vegetables and putting them in a storage area. If you're someone who is genuinely interested in learning how to be self-sufficient and prepared for survival in the wilderness, then there are actually a few interesting activities that you can partake in. In fact, these activities are a great way for the whole family to have some fun, even if they're not actually concerned with survival preparation at all. Without further ado, here are some activities to inspire you and your family and to get you thinking about the practical applications of survival preparation.

Lake Fishing

At its core, fishing is about more than just relaxing and enjoying the landscape. For a survivalist, fish is an excellent source of protein, and an effective means of getting food when other options are limited. If you've never gone fishing before, or simply don't know where to start, then a guided lake adventure can be a great stepping stone. Fishing for monster lake trout at places like Lac La Marte can help prepare you for fishing on your own, and can also get you prepared for the ways in which different fish respond to being baited and caught.

Paintball

Paintball is another great way of enjoying the outdoors, while at the same time building up the skills that are necessary for survival in extreme situations. Paintball can be an exhilarating experience, but it is also one that understandably scares some people off. After all, who wants to get hit by a paintball? In reality, adrenaline helps to take the edge off of any potential pain, but even then it's minimal at best. If that still doesn't sway you, it can at least be fun to witness. Bring your family along to spectate if they don't want to take part, and then maybe they'll change their minds once they see how much fun everyone else is having. Regardless of whether your bring your whole family or just go to a paintball game by yourself, it's sure to be a fun and educational experience.

Backyard Games

For those that don't want to make the trip somewhere else, there are plenty of games that can be played right in your own backyard that promote the same skills necessary for outdoor survival. One of the most popular games is a variation of hide and seek, in which all of the hiders must covertly access a number of different places without being caught by the seeker. It's certainly much more difficult than traditional hide and seek, but it's the perfect opportunity to help kids understand how important stealth is for personal protection.

If you're eager to help your family build up their survival skills, then it's important to have an honest discussion ahead of time about safety. Survival preparation is about taking care of the people you love, but that doesn't mean you can't undercut that seriousness with a little fun every now and then.
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