I am not a huge fan of generalizations, but I think most hunters would fall into one or more of these three categories: 1) the meat hunter, who is just cutting out the middle men, is making the woods or the field his grocery store; 2) the trophy hunter, which is self-explanatory; and 3) the … Continue reading Dear Anti-Hunter: Part 2
I am not a very experienced hunter, but you will probably hate me all the same. You know me not at all, but you will classify me with Bubba and Slim who shoot Bambi from their pickup window. Admittedly, I do not know you very well either, but from the few threads I have read … Continue reading Dear Anti-Hunter Internet Troll:
Read it While It's Hot [Because tomorrow I will re-read what I wrote here and be like, "Okay, time to un-publish some of this foolishness," in which case it is too late, and you cannot read it later, unless you are one of those creepy types that can like freeze all I put out there … Continue reading Upcoming Articles: To Get Your Interest
What is a survival artist? And how does it differ from being a survivalist? A "warrior-poet" is still a warrior; he just brings something extra to the battle. An escape-artist (think Houdini), escapes things in an entertaining, albeit somewhat risky, way. A performance artist moves in such a way to stimulate the senses of sight and … Continue reading What is a Survival Artist?
Our outdoor abilities and survival skills do not have to come in marathon efforts, but in simple steps, one hour and one day at a time. Go forth: kayak, hike, climb rocks, sketch, paint, fish, hunt, photograph nature, camp, plant trees, volunteer for trail maintenance, or any other number of such things. On the one … Continue reading Natural Revolution
At last I have procured a sitting mat, and I am glad for it too. Why did it take so long? In common survival strategy, when lost or stranded you stay in a place where others might look for you, or you move in an effort to self-rescue. In bug-out strategy it may be the opposite
Until now, this blog has mostly been about a better eschatology, but I think it is time to change gears and put more focus on survival skills and strategy for enduring the climax of trouble in the last days.