This was Bill (William Valliere), one of the cats in this photo is a personal friend of mine, Garfield. Bill co-founded The Endangered Animal Sanctuary in Don Mills Ontario 1974. I worked there for short period of time in the late 1980’s. There are less than four thousand wild tigers left, but thanks to many people like Bill, there are
Well, as we try to decide what to get rid of, one thing was easy. We are eating our food preps, and there are many things that come to mind that we did wrong. First off, you should be always eating through your preps, rotating the food supply is the best way to make sure you have food stored that
I recently read a book by Shane Claiborne titled “The Irresistible Revolution”, and I must admit that the type of Christianity that Shane describes in his book is the type I was desperately searching for in my youth. Christmas is a special time of traditions in our house, it is a time to invite friends, and family over for dinner,
Yeah, so I was bored while I was going to the next job site, and posted to twitter “The most viral thing about #swineflu is it’s marketing” and got several retweets as a result, nice. So because I’ve been working my butt off trying to raise enough money to move to Ontario by the end of next month I haven’t
If you are the parent of a small infant you MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO, please watch it till the end, even if you find it disturbing, you will be amazed. I strongly recommend that you visit the source URL of this video, and learn all you can if you have small children.
I just finished reading a post on Wolf Tracks by Shy Wolf, in which he goes into great detail on how to sharpen a knife. The reason he did this post was in reply to a post on M.D. Creekmoore’s survival site. I really like not only the post, but the fact that Shy went out of his way to
Another Sunday Must Read, simple little posts on Sunday make my life much easier. Here is a simple survival knife you can make, personally I prefer to use these to make lock picks, but I do like the idea of a simple 10 cent survival knife. – Wolfe
I use dryer lint a lot on walkabouts because it is easy to use to start your camp fire. However, it is not replaceable as a source of tinder when in the back woods. Any form of cloth, moss, birch bark, and similar materials can be used to make char cloth. This video is a good example of how to do it yourself.
Yet another video I found on doing things yourself. Yeah, I’m not really following a pattern here, and jumping around from topic to topic a bit. The main reason is that I bored to death at the moment, and waiting for that final word from something so we can move to the farm. The area we are planing to move to is not to far from some good hunting, hence the following video.
Well it’s been two years and a bit since our house fire. So what has changed since then you might ask? Well, actually I’ve been asking myself that. When the fire first happened we were very tempted to go back to Ontario, but we stayed. And I must admit I am glad we did, British Columbia is with out a