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See what a gypsy carries daily for calorie consumption while on the road. Food is shown separated, and stored in protective bags. This keeps the food fresh, and mice out of the packages. Do I have more food in a spare suitcase than you do in your entire pantry? I’m prepared to take off for weeks in case of emergency.

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Survival Bros finds a used plastic water bottle full of urine in a Safeway parking lot.  Have you guys gone to the bathroom this way?  I’ve never thrown a refilled container out of my vehicle onto the highway.  That’s just wrong.  And littering will cost you.  Peeing on trees is much more fun.  Hug them before you go potty.

Litter weighing five pounds or less is a class C misdemeanor, punishable by a fine up to $500. If between five and 500 pounds, class B misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $500, imprisonment up to 30 days, or both.

FACT:  It takes 450 years for a plastic bottle to decompose.  

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Survival Bros Founder Cameron McKirdy films spicy Mexican Food grooving to Dubstep.  The feisty taco discusses his cold weather gear setup that allows him to perform Art on the street in Longview, Washington.  This has everything to do with survival. He is working the streets. Thriving, and expressing himself in a world gone mad.

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Another storm devastated the Oregon Coast this week. There was massive flooding on Highway 101 South of Seaside, OR. The road is still closed to vehicles. Only trucks are permitted to cross the high waters. Here’s the latest picture from the ODOT camera.

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The heavy rains also caused a small landslide in Astoria, Oregon. Three homes on the hill were evacuated. Plus, the trolley service has been suspended because part of the train tracks washed out along the Columbia river. It will be fixed soon, but I’ve never heard of that happening.

There’s finally a calm in Clatsop County. We’ve had hail, snow, and high winds. Brutal. Be safe out there. This is a reminder to always be prepared. Have a bug out bag in your house and car. Disaster can strike anytime, especially along the Oregon Coast.

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