Minimal Bushcraft Kit and the Five C’s of Survival

On Instagram we often get invited to participate in challenges or tags. Last week we were asked to share our Five Piece Bushcraft kit, so we did! This kit is inspired by the Five C’s of Survival by Dave Canterbury. In this article you can read what made it into the kit, and why.

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Zero Waste Bushcraft Hygiene Kit

Zero Waste Bushcraft Hygiene Make Up Outdoors Kit Shower

When you enjoy spending time outdoors, you need to think about what you bring with you. Every piece of waste needs to be carried back home. And every product can (and will) end up in nature. This is why we decided to take a good look at our hygiene products – both the products we bring with us outdoors, as the ones we use at home.

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What We Eat Outdoors and Our New Igloo Sportsman Cooler

We share with you what we eat outdoors and how we keep it cool! Make sure to share your favourites in the comments below. Read More

Baking Bread in an Anevay Frontier Stove

Some time ago we wondered if a mess tin would fit in our new Anevay Stove, and if we would be able to bake a bread in it. Since we like some challenge, we decided to put it to the test. The mess tin fit perfectly, like it was made for it. And we were easily able to bake a bread inside this foldable stove. This no fail technique and recipe will work in almost any situation, so whether you are at home trying to brush up your baking skills, or outdoors and hungry for some fresh bread – give it a try!

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Nine Things We brought Canoeing

Different kind of adventures, ask for different kind of gear. To give you some inspiration for your next (canoe) trip, we thought we would share nine things we brought canoeing – all of which we will definitely bring along next time too!

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DIY Budget Bushcraft Knife – Photo Tutorial

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Make your own Budget Bushcraft Knife by following this photo tutorial. No forging experience or sophisticated tools needed.

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Seven reasons why we are selling our stuff

Minimalism, Zero Waste, Sustainable living, Heirlooms, Antique

Well maybe not be selling everything we own, but we are getting rid of a lot. Seven reasons why we chose to do so.

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Our first potato harvest

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One of the things we value, is good nutritious food. Grown locally, and with care. This year we tried to grow a few crops of our own, in order to learn and refresh these skills.

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To Build a Home

Self reliance Selfsustained Preparedness Homemade Building

 

There is a house built out of stone. Wooden floors, walls and window sills.

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Preparedness on the go

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In winter, weather can be cold and weary. Ice, snow and fallen trees may block roads, making your ride back home a bit more adventurous by car (or in worst case: impossible). With public transport, chances are your trip will be much longer and will involve extra waiting or even a sleepover at a cold train- or busstation. These are only a few of the reasons why winter asks for a different kind of being prepared on the go.

In this article I wanted to share a few things to ponder about for this seasons preparedness.

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