Magnesium Fire Starter Fraud?
A while back we did a video entitled “Magnesium Fire Starter Fraud” many of you may have found us as a company through that very video. It has had some popularity, and has received tremendous feedback on YouTube including many people who went and tested their magnesium fire [...]
It’s happening again, April 6th & 7th at the UCCU Events Center at Utah Valley University (UVU) Free Food 2 Go will be putting on the Utah Valley Super Preparedness Fair. Wilderness Innovation will have a booth displaying all of our products that we currently manufacture. We continue to receive great feedback from [...]
The title seems like a ridiculous question, right?
BUT… And you know something is coming anytime you see a “but”… anyway, food is essential for certain, however, it’s not as urgent as we [...]
There are certain things we all have with us, usually they vary somewhat depending on what we are doing. One thing for certain is there are limitations, we can never have everything we could need. All gear weighs a certain amount, it takes up a given amount of space, and there is a monetary cost. [...]
It seems that survival experiences, or even life in general is filled with dichotomy, things that seem so opposed to each other, unlikely associations. I have written several blogs and a video or two where I comment that it is wise to look at changing conditions or some new difficulty in a way that is [...]
It was 1864 the location, the rough desolate southern ocean between New Zealand and Antarctica. A sailing vessel, the Grafton, and small crew of five were outfitted to explore islands in the area for minerals to make tin, which was in those days, the equivalent of plastic. They left the Harbor in Sydney, [...]
EDC or Every Day Carry is supposed to be the core of a basic survival kit. EDC should be those things you are NEVER without. In fact what most of us have for EDC would more correctly be called, MDC or ODC, since it is really carried Most days or Occasional days. What’s the point of EDC [...]
About a year ago I did a video “Cheap Water Purification” on a method of treating water that was inexpensive, effective, simple, reliable, and chemical free. This method was developed by the Swiss group eawag and was primarily designed for use in third world countries where a principal cause of death was [...]
It was a clear bright day in early February, the first in a while, and though the sun was blinding it was still a nippy 43 below zero. Ralph Flores the owner and pilot of the five seater aircraft had already fueled up and was ready to go. Ralph lived in the San [...]
I was so fortunate to grow up close to my Grandfather, and could be along with him on many adventures, exploring the high deserts of central Utah where he grew up, looking for interesting rocks, or twisted cedars, or just enjoying being out there alone, no crowds, no highways, and usually no people.
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