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By Cameron McKirdy

Survival Bros combs The Woods, and identifies King Bolete, or Porcini Mushrooms in Oregon!  Hunted in the Clatsop County forest near the Pacific Ocean.  Cameron foraged, dried, and ate them for a meal off the land.  Dried fungi will last a very long time in your kit. Please share this Survival Bros video, and SUBSCRIBE on YouTube.  Many more Adventures coming Summer 2019…

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Filmed on 6/5/19 

#pnw #fungi #mushrooms #oregon #cam

Filmed by Cameron McKirdy in Oregon, USA

Showing you gear I used to endure a cold night in Oregon. I forgot my sleeping bag at a friend’s house, so I had to get by with only an emergency, and wool blanket. It was close to 40 degrees outside in the morning when I started the van. I got up by 5 AM, to get my vehicle ready for the road again. You don’t want all of your boxes and tubs dumping over on corners. The struggle is real on Survival Bros.

Cam’s Preparedness Advice: Make sure you have a barrier or two between you and the ground (or metal auto floor). Then wrap up in layers, with an emergency mylar blanket around yourself! Thanks for the invention Astronauts. Also, huddle up with a friend if you can overnight, and keep moving if you get really cold. Well, I survived to fight more today…Next stop, free coffee in town! #urban #scavenging

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Keep blankets in your vehicle just in case!

Cameron McKirdy produced a new #EDC or Everyday Carry video update!  Check out the latest gear Survival Bros uses to stay safe, and be prepared for emergency situations.  Many products have multiple uses.  For example, you could use the headphone wires as cordage to keep something together.  HD video filmed with the new GoPro Hero7 Black camera.  It’s just OK.  The lens fogged up from the body heat coming off of my hand.  I thought this video was ruined, but I’m happy with the post.  Making YouTube videos is tough, but rewarding.

Subscribe to us on YouTube!  We are so close to 10,000 channel subscribers.  Thanks for your support.  I hope this blog and project help you.  Enjoy the snow show.  We are so close to Spring…

Cam carrying his 110 Liter Kelty Backpack up Tillamook Head to the Hiker Cabins in Seaside, OR