Posts Tagged ‘coffee’

Survival Bros —–> Cameron McKirdy shows you his updated gear setup, and dumps pockets for a new Everyday Carry video.  What do you think of his stuff?  Subscribe and share on YouTube HERE! Thanks for watching.  Filmed with GoPro Hero7 Black camera. #edc #daily #prepper #hd

Cam’s latest Everyday Carry gear items listed for #survivalbros

  • Keys, no keychain tools today (telescoping pen lost)
  • Wallet, including cash, a few coins, phone numbers, with coupons, etc.
  • Paper Bitcoin (BTC) Wallet with public address in protective clear case
  • Two Cell Phones, Pre-Paid, and offline device for video production and YouTube Premium
  • Phone Light Ring, USB rechargeable 
  • Trading Items, Sports Card, Precious Metals (rings)
  • Gloves for biking, and hiking in the woods
  • Foam Roller, Travel Size for #vanlife
  • Sunglasses (Oakley Jaw Breaker)
  • Nail file for self-care
  • Hand Lotion, Dead Sea Minerals
  • Jeweler’s Loop for Identification of small marks and items
  • Bike Lock, (Cable mentioned) with Reflective Leg Strap
  • Electric Toothbrush with case and charcoal powder
  • Stylus and Pen 
  • Notebook for ideas…
  • Eating Utensil (US Army Spoon), stainless steel 
  • Honey for energy and to improve taste of coffee and tea
  • Watch (Casio Classic Digital) 

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By Survival Bros President Cameron McKirdy

Watch our new HD video production to get ideas of easy meals you can create while living in your vehicle.  I’ve been sleeping in my 1986 Volkswagen Vanagon GL, or vandwelling for eight months straight now.  Being out there, and doing IT, teaches you what it takes to plan for a long road trip.  However, maybe this blog post will inspire you to do more car camping.  It’s been an amazing experience, and my pleasure to share with you.  I’m so glad I’ve been able to see more of the Pacific Northwest while I’m young, wild, and free.  Now I just need to find more stickers to paste on my VW Bus.

Many food suggestions shown in the YouTube video are also ideal for backpacking, because they are ready instantly with hot water. Other dishes, or side meals are fully prepared for consumption as is, such as the individually wrapped granola bars.  I also eat plenty of fresh organic fruit, and drink spring or distilled water.  No tap.

Tip:  Use different sizes of Ziploc bags to store food items in, and label each kit with a permanent pen.  You can compact the plastic storage sacks, and take most of the air out of them, so they are almost vacuum sealed, and take up minimal space.  Then put the locked baggies in larger bins, or the pockets of your Everyday Carry backpack for safekeeping.

1986 VW Vanagon getting it done

1986 VW Vanagon getting it done

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By Cameron McKirdy

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Survival Bros has been camping at Saddle Mountain.  This is a quick, and easy breakfast beverage guaranteed to get you moving, like it did me.  It tastes great, and mixes well, even with cold liquids.  Directions:
1.  Dump 1 packet of Carnation Instant Breakfast mix into container.
2.  Open instant coffee crystals and pour into bottle too.
3.  Add 6 ounces of spring water, plus 6 ounces of chocolate hemp milk.
4.  Shake, and enjoy.

This is a terrific pick-me-up in the A.M.   Maybe you’d like to sip it slowly a hike, or while going about your day.  Survival Bros prepares this recipe because it’s delicious, fast, and doesn’t make a mess to create. Just toss the wrappers, rinse out your container, and get on with it.  Peace and love from the road.
– Cam