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November 16th, 2011
I just picked up a huge 1986 32 foot fleetwood camper for free out of the classifieds. This thing is loaded. Except, I seem to always get them with no fridge and no heater. Again, they are missing in this one. Wonder why people keep pulling these out.
This will be a continuing list of things I want to do with the survival camper. This list will be for myself as well as for others. A permanent list I can access anywhere.
There are a number of future projects I want to do with the survival camper. As I finish with a projec
Well, I had been planning a trip up north for a month now with my new survival camper. It wasnt ready by far, but hey, it was still quite warm out. It shouldnt be a problem to go out in my survival camper for a couple days with no heater. I figured I could experiment with heating ideas I had been
Since my survival camper already had half of its power hungry appliances stripped out, I decided to go all the way and remove the rest of the 120 volt junk. The camper had a huge circuit breaker box and a very heavy, large power inverter. The power inverter converted the 120 volt mains powe
The idea of a survival camper came up when I was thinking about bugging out into the mountains. At first I thought I would just drive as far
I decided to make this list as much for my self as for anyone else. I just figured that my own packing list may help someone else. I have been practicing survival and foraging since I was young and have a lot of hands on experience. Many people plan for survival but may not have much real experie
July 25th, 2011
I have been working with my Bedini motors and water to attempt to provide useful fuel for home heating and to power a car or small engine.
July 8th, 2011
With the cost of gas prices soaring, I have been stressing about not using a hydrogen booster in my car so far this summer. I pulled it out to rework the design.
I have been working like crazy in the shop on a new design for my H2O boos
The other day I was out browsing the yard for fresh, wild spring foods and thought about making a salad with everything I found. It is nice to have fresh, free food, especially when they are purely organic and totally free of pesticides.
A lot of the things we now treat as
For the survivalist, outdoor enthusiast, hiker or end of world planner, this is the perfect long life vacuum packed one day supply of food. Set up like the military MRE Meal-Ready-To-Eat, this is a vacuum packed daily ration of food. And it all weighs under a pound. The total cost of this DIY ful
Sweetleaf is a relatively unknown organic sweetener with no calories. This fine plant grows like a weed if you put it outside, providing a renewable sugar substitute without the health risks involved with many artificial, chemical sweeteners known today.
March 10th, 2011
Well, its been a long, cold winter and my Hydrogen Booster project had to be put on the side. I had a bad fuel pump just before the onset of winter, which caused the poor old car to sit for a while until I could get to it. By then, winter had set on and the
August 29th, 2010
Well, my solar panels and battery bank are really proving their worth in my place. We loose power here about once a month, at least. It gets really frustrating to wake up in the dark with no way to shower or shave for work.
But, my p
I have been running my car for the past few weeks without the H2O booster just to see what type of results I may see. I left all the modifications in place, but simply turned off the Hydroxy Booster.
The first day it seemed like there was no change at all. The second day th
I installed a DIY Oxygen Sensor Extender in my old Honda a couple weeks ago and here are the results:
Absolutely no change at all in anything. So, it seems that all those claims of using an oxygen sensor extender to gain fuel economy when used w
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