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http://www.off-grid.net, TREASUREGIFT

Those of us who are interested in survival stuff already know about paracord, that magically strong yet thin and lightweight cord that was once the domain of parachutist, this wonderful product is often turned into decorative as well as useful items

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Wired.com

There are different types of camping. There’s the “hike in 20 miles and live off berries and roots” type of camping. Then there’s the “load up the RV, pick some Blu-rays, and park near nature” camping.

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arclein

It happened like this. An unnamed Forest Service worker was out on his own time in the Alaska wilderness hunting deer. Suddenly, a large grizzly bear charged him from about 50 yards away - one moment he was enjoying his hunt, the next he was fighting

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http://www.survivalblog.com, by J.L.H.

If your better half is just as prepared for emergencies as you, or you are a female survivalist who is reading this article, then congratulations!

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https://www.thepowerpot.com,

The PowerPot® is an innovative power generator crowd funded on kickstarter.com that produces electricity using state-of-the-art thermoelectric technology, in other words—it takes heat and water and turns it into electricity, and with no moving parts.

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http://wakeup-world.com, By Gaye Levy

My love affair with paracord continues. Not only is it strong and useful for a myriad of tasks, it is colorful and fun to work with while making bracelets, key fobs, belts and other goodies.

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