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If you keep your eyes open you can find these Mountain House Cooked Diced Chicken #10 cans on sale now and then – and that is when you should stock up. It is high quality protein that you can use to make … Continue reading
Sometimes you just need to treat yourself. That is what this Powdered Dairy Chocolate Milk is all about. Add cool water and you can relax out at the end of long hike with a sweet treat that will also help give you … Continue reading
I seriously upped my Honey stores this year. The reason is very straightforward. Honey can be stored forever, never goes bad, is calorie dense, and it can even be used to treat wounds. Because of Honey’s antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties it has been used … Continue reading
As long as you have a halfway decent logging road up to your bolt hole location you can use this 260 Gallon Water Storage Tank to supply drinking water to your cabin, and even if you have to load this on a … Continue reading
After a few weeks of drinking nothing but water this Instant Milk will taste like heavy cream. I used my “four survivors” model when I budgeted for this Instant Milk which might seem like a lot of money but each of these buckets pack … Continue reading
Once you wake up and hike a few miles, then wake up and do it again you are going to find some of your daily routines are going to change. Most of us have a light breakfast and the a … Continue reading
Vinegar is a must have for your Bolt Hole. With it you can pickle lots of different foods as well as add flavor when cooking. It is a basic staple you shouldn’t leave out of your survival planning.
Part of me wants to tell you these Freeze Dried Strawberries are a great source of vitamins and minerals, and they are, but they are also the next best thing to ice cream and when you don’t have electricity or the ability … Continue reading
While this container of Noodles & Chicken is designed for camping and survival situations, it tastes so good you will wolf down whatever you have left in the tin when you get back from your trip. Add in some tired and hungry, … Continue reading