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US Forest Service Photo of Terwilliger Fire

By Cameron McKirdy

Welcome to #Survival #Bros. Unfortunately, I have sad news to share with you about Oregon’s latest forest fires. Visit this blog daily for updates on this PNW emergency. Here’s what you need to know:

Cougar Hot Spring is closed for the rest of 2018. It may not open to the public for a year or two. A careless man started the fire there near the trail. 20 people or so escaped the flames. Noboby was hurt then, but later in the week a firefighter was struck by a car while crossing the road in the town of Rainbow, OR.

Here’s #news clips from sources including KEZI in Eugene:

Latest #BREAKING #NEWS –

Personal Note: As many readers may know, I lived in these woods. Over the course of four months I managed Cougar Crossing Campground, and worked at Terwilliger Hot Spring. It was paradise. I soaked in the pools alone at sunrise for weeks. Naked. Coffee. It was my home. And now the forest won’t ever be the same. I wish I was there when the fire started. I would have thrown myself on it. I’m grieving. Much of earth is experiencing environmental traumas. Please pray for Our Land, and the people sacrificing to protect her.

Respect FIRE! 🔥

Read Terwliger Fire Incident Overview HERE

Oregon Smoke Watch Information LINK

Stateman Journal Article – Read and SHARE!

Cam taking care of Cougar Crossing Campground and Terwilliger hot spring

Fire Damage at Trailhead by Booth

GRAPHIC WARNING – Indigenous Nudity at Terwilliger Hot Spring (PHOTO)

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By Cam The Cuddler

Watch the Gearhart, Oregon Fire Department burning a building down to teach rescuers how to control the flames.  This is where I use to buy knifes and other EDC tools, and made this Altoids Survival Kit clip.  Black and whiteHere’s another video of an RV ablaze on the side of a road coming from Portland.  How does #survivalbros catch all this action?  Follow this blog by entering your email on the top left side of the page.  Thanks.  

By Cameron McKirdy

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Check out Seattle Fire Dept.’s custom Medic One rescue bicycle created to help people overcome adversity during a survival type situation, or basic injury outdoors.  Like this cycling setup?  What else would you put on this bike frame to carry items?  Comment below.   Thanks to the Seattle Fire Department for taking the time to educate, and assist the gracious public.  The Fremont Solstice Fair is a spectacular event.  Mark your calendars for this celebration next year.  

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Seattle Fire Dept. Medic One Bike

Photo of Seattle Fire Dept’s Medic One Response Bicycle Loaded with Emergency Preparedness Gear