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Affordable Ultra Light & Compact Survival Wood Cook Stove

TomTop has given me this awesome folding camp stove. This stove uses wood or alcohol to cook out in the woods. The stove is made of stainless steel and folds down flat for transportation making it perfect for hiking, camping, fishing and survival. This is a very affordable stove consideri

A day at the creek by my off grid solar camper

Article from: April 3rd, 2013   Today was creek day. That means washing clothes, getting water for the camper and cleaning up some dishes and an old cast iron pot. I used the truck today and loaded it up with everything I needed and drove down

A cold, dark and rainy day at the off grid solar camper

Article from: April 12th, 2013   It never got light enough out to charge my solar batteries with more than a single amp all day today. That is with all the solar panels combined. It was also very cold today, hanging around 35 outside most of th

A busy day at the off grid solar camper

Article from April 4th, 2013   Today was a very busy day at the scene of the off grid solar camper. I was boiling off maple tree sap to make maple syrup, installing camper skirting, searching around the property for building materials and insta

How To Build A Bedini Motor Series - Attach The Magnets

This is the next step in the How To Build A Bedini Motor Series - attaching the magnets to the rotor.   This step does not require a lot of instruction but it is a little bit time consuming if you want to make it look good.   If you missed the parts list

ThruNite TN36 10,000 Lumen Handheld LED Flashlight

ThruNite flashlight company sent me their TN36 10,000 Lumen handheld LED flashlight to check out. This fits nicely in the palm of your hand but yet pierces the night like nothing else I have ever seen.   The package arrived with the flashlight, belt holster, spare gaskets and

How To Build A Bedini Motor Series ~ The Rotor Frame

This is the fourth article in the series How To Build A Bedini SSG (Simplified School Girl) motor. Today we are going to cover the frame which holds it all together.   A Bedini SSG is a pulse motor which has the ability to restore badly sulfated lead acid batteries using high

How To Build A Bedini SSG Step Two Label Magnet North Poles

This is the third article in the series on how to build a Bedini SSG (Simplified School Girl) radiant energy motor. This is a simple pulse motor that can restore lead acid batteries.   This motor has the ability to charge up multiple batteries on the charging side without dra

How To Build A Bedini SSG Step One The Rotor

Learn how to build a Bedini SSG step by step. You can restore lead acid batteries at home using this simple device. The Bedini motor can be build using all recycled materials so it can be made for free.   If you missed out on the parts list, please go back and get everything

Using BCP Portable Washing Machine On Solar Power

We have the Best Choice Products portable washing machine and we can wash clothes using solar power. This washing machine only uses 120 watts to wash clothes and 240 watts for the spin cycle.   This is a very light and convenient washing machine. It weighs just over 23 pounds

After the blizzard in my off grid camper

Article from: March 8th, 2013   After getting about a foot of snow dumped on my head over night I had to dig out today and clear off the solar panels to get some power. Twice. It was still snowing so hard that after I cleaned them off, about 3 hours later the panels were

Making A Chainsaw Sawbuck Out Of Logs

I made a chainsaw sawbuck using logs in order to cut my fire wood in half. We recently got a tiny wood stove that only takes 8 inch log logs so I had to figure out a safe way to cut my wood shorter.   I had originally planned to use wood to heat our tiny home so I have been c

How To Make Biomass Briquettes For Survival Fuel

In a previous post I have shown you how to make a biomass briquette press out of a simple caulk gun and PVC tubing. Now I will show you how to make biomass briquettes using your new biomass briquette press. Here is the previous article on

DIY Hurricane and Disaster Survival Pack

Every single household should have an emergency survival pack in case of natural disaster such as a hurricane, flood, tornado or fire. Your survival pack should be placed in a convenient location, in a sturdy box that is easy to carry. Your survival pack should be readily accessible in a hurry.

The Best Survival Bug Out Shelter In The World

Article From: November 21st, 2012 When the SHTF and you need to bug out and head for the wilderness, you need a good survival shelter with you. Some people plan to bug out on food with just the clothes on their back. Others plan to get out of Dodge with a backpack and a rifle. I would str
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