Survival DIY articles

[VIDEO] Build Your Own Tankless Water Heater

Need access to hot water out in the open? Now you can with this awesome tankless water heater. Whether you’re trying to wash your dog outside, take a warm shower while camping or you simply wanna wash your dishes properly in the outdoors (don’t laugh – we’ve seen this happen first hand) then you need

DIY Camping Bucket Light

Have you ever gone camping to a spot with AC Power? If you have, and yes – we know this isn’t considered roughing it- you’ve probably seen those 2 or 5 gallon bucket lights hanging around the campsites. We saw this last year up at Kelly’s Beach on Kings River. If you haven’t been, it’s a

DIY Survival Compass: Only 3 Supplies Needed

No one intentionally gets lost. Even when you hear friends say “I’m gonna get lost in the woods this weekend” we understand that it’s a figure of speech. But more than likely, each of us at one time or another have been lost. It might have occurred when you were younger, maybe at a crowded venue like a supermarket,

Emergency Water Filtration: DIY

We drink water every day. Some could argue that we take it for granted – and they’d probably be correct. If you’re home and you need a glass of water, you have options: refrigerator, store-bought filter, tap water – you’re covered. If you’re at work, there’s probably a water cooler you can re-hydrate at. And if

Simple Survivalist Debris Hut: A Step-By-Step Guide

Time and unforeseen occurrence may place us in situations we did not anticipate. Having the knowledge and skillset to pull from in said occurrences will separate the strong from the weak. And in today’s post, we’re going to show you a simple, step-by-step guide to building a survivalist hut from debris. Normally, if you’re experiencing

5 Cool Fire Pit Ideas for Your Backyard

Call me old fashioned, but I still love the concept of relaxing by the fire. Whether I’m spending time with my family, catching up with friends or enjoying some quite time alone with a good book – I use our fire pit at least 5 days a week. But recently we’ve done some minor remodeling