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By Cam The Cuddler

Cool off Creeker!

Cameron from Survival Bros gives himself a detoxifying clay mud mask to improve his skin. His face was softer, and more clear, with less acne and blackheads. Subscribe on YouTube, share, and add this video to a playlist. Thanks for watching. More soon, and on our preparedness blog #survivalbros

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Ben Shapiro Memes created by Cameron McKirdy of Survival Bros.  Originally featured on PewDiePie Meme Review when the Conservative Commentator was a guest host of the show.  Share these images, and subscribe to us on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/2Q75FUz  #meme  #memereview

 

Hey Friends,

Cameron McKirdy here from the Astoria, Oregon library.  I’m working on some website and YouTube SEO.  My Survival Bros channel is growing rapidly; thanks for your continued support.  Please take a second to SUBSCRIBE, so we can get to 10,000 community members ASAP.

Here’s my latest vandwelling food kit items in HD!  Buy a van and go (tip).

Previously on Survival Bros…..com #Chevy #G20 #van

My van blows a head gasket on a classic Chevy G20 Gladiator after a hose breaks, and the temperature gauge fails to work.  Watch the newly release dramatic video footage now!  Smoke is never a good thing, unless it’s weed.

Next Up: Hustling on The Streets!  Watch a clip of items I tried to sell to a buyer from Facebook.  She was interested in a glass bottle, but I ended up getting $35 from her for half of this junk.  I had a blast going to 200 garage sales this summer to bargain hunt, and haggle with strangers.

Contact Cameron McKirdy via: thesurvivalbros@gmail.com

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On Seaside, Oregon beach where Cameron McKirdy produced “Abandoned” episode #5 called Nuclear Waste with team VICELAND Canada.  Have you seen the “Vanagon Survivalist” giving a hug to Pro Skater Rick McCrank?  It’s on Hulu, and Amazon.

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Stay tuned #survivalbros #preppers #huggers 

 

From Cam The Cuddler of CuddleLife.com

Like trading for stuff without using money? Would you like to get rid of some extra junk? Put a “Take One, Leave One” blanket in a public area like I did. Watch the new HD #survivalbros video, then read more about this fun Art project below.

This project was a success! Hundreds of people stopped, and contributed to “The Art Show”. I call it a free trading platform, or an exchange, which I facilitated, and curated. It encouraged beachcombers to give, and consider the value of their trading item. Sure some people took and didn’t leave, or left and didn’t take. A few kids picked up fond objects like pieces of shells, or rocks, and got the toy they wanted. The children would not be denied, and many made multiple trades, which I found amusing.

For the most part, I stayed out of it, and watched the developments from a nearby bench. I straightened it up a few times, and threw away trash. I will say it’s annoying when people leave their business card, and take a cool item, but I didn’t intervene. The Take One, Leave One project had a life of it’s own…

The sweetest moment happened when a kid traded his football for earrings, and quickly gave them to his mother. No hesitation. Then he grabbed a stuffed animal, and got a toy for himself. All in a matter of 30 seconds! Ha. The children making multiple trades cracked me up. They saw no limits to the possible trades. However, some parents wouldn’t even take time to explain this concept, or stop to let their kids even look at the show on the Promenade. They said things like, “I will get you a new toy from the store instead.” Fine. Buy everything then, ya Trendy.

This concept blew minds. People had never seen this before. It got people thinking, which is good. Proving, small ideas in tiny spaces can leave a big, and unexpected impact. However, I have set this up before in a busy area: read Part One HERE!!!

What would you have taken, and left for other people? Leave a comment!

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Watch Cam and Captain play and be happy on the beach in Seaside, Oregon

Captain is a Newfoundland and Timber Wolf mix.  This dog is five years old!  He has been on a raw food diet his entire life, with no health issues requiring vet visits.  Subscribe to Survival Bros on YouTube and Follow our Instagram:

Visit Cam’s other blog on professional cuddling and platonic human touch called CuddleLife.com

Updated for Survival Bros By Cameron McKirdy

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I love meeting new friends at Terwilliger aka Cougar Hot Spring in Oregon.  It’s located in the Willamette National Forest, East of Eugene near the McKenzie River.  The cost is now $7 for one day pass, or you can buy an annual pass.  You’ll take a moderate walk 1/2 a mile in from the small parking lot, before getting to the meditative area.  Accommodations include a covered changing area, and updated self-composting outdoor restrooms.  Also, keep in mind this is a day use area only.  You could face a fat fine if you’re not leaving the parking lot when darkness falls.

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Change temperatures in a shallow creek skirting the cascading blue pools.  Cool down, and drink the fresh water from Source.  Previously, I dug clay out of the Earth here for facials, but we need to leave this space as it is.  Clothing is optional, so come as you are and be respectful, or leave.  Guests may want to remain clothed.  Don’t ask them why they aren’t naked.  This popular recreational area can be very busy during the Summer.  Go in the morning, or during the week for more seclusion.  Pools are cleaned every Thursday in the AM, so expect closure until late afternoon.  Smile, and bring your positive energy.  We need more natural people on Earth.  Forget you phone, bills, and ex girlfriend, and soak in the healing waters.  I hope to see you there.  I will continue to update this post with new pictures, and HD video.  Subscribe to Survival Bros on YouTube for “Indigenous Nudity” and Naturalism.  

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Woman Wearing a Clay Mask to detoxify!

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Lovely ladies lounging on warm rocks in the Willamette National Forest of Oregon

By Cam The Cuddler

Survival Bros Founder Cam and blogger Kelvin cover essential gear stored in the trunk of a reliable vehicle in case of a disaster.  We both live on the Oregon Coast, and are actively preparing for a tsunami to wipe out our hometown of Seaside, #OR  What do you think this American #prepper has left out?  My YouTube subscribers think he needs more water, a BB gun, and a big fixed blade knife for extra protection.  However, I can tell you, this guy has dug his own well on his family’s property.  So, he meets the one gallon per day, per person quota.  Kelvin also has another backup vehicle that is expertly maintained, and fast – a Dodge Stealth.  

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By Cam The Cuddler

Watch this HD video, and try meditating with Survival Bros at the McMinnville COOP’s Labyrinth and Gardens.  Presented by Parkview Community Center.  Here’s the address: 325 NE Burnett Rd McMinnville, OR 97128  

A labyrinth is reflective space where you can notice changes in your thinking.  Perhaps you can look at a situation, and see it in a new light.  Find a labyrinth using this locator website.  Tell #SurvivalBros what you think about these amazing works of Art.  Combining both the best of Philosophy and Nature.  

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Cameron McKirdy takes another selfie

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A deer eats and apple under a tree in the park

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Produced by Cameron McKirdy with Tactical Gypsy for Survival Bros

Learn how to tie popular knots using paracord following easy step-by-step instructions from a Marine.  These are easy and helpful knots you can create quickly for emergency or whatever.  We challenge you to learn them all.

various-types-of-knotsHere’s more knots to play with.  Thanks for visiting Survival Bros.  Follow this blog using your email up above on the left side of the screen.  Peace.

By Cameron McKirdy

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Cam was given a Nobel Christmas tree to pass on to a stranger

I am a bell ringer.  Salvation Army claims they are, “doing the most good.”  That may be true.  The donations collected stay in the community where they were raised.  This helps the less fortunate, so for example, senior citizens can get the prescription pills they need.  More hungry are feed too, and shelter may be provided for the homeless.

I volunteered for a seven hour bell ringing session.  It was a true experience, unlike anything I’ve ever done.  At first, I thought hearing the bell clamor would be torture, but I didn’t even use my headphones for music, or earplugs to drown out the noise.  I thought it would be rude, and maybe I’d miss something that someone said.  I received hundreds of bright season’s greetings from Wal-Mart shoppers.  People smiled, told me to stay warm, and mostly to have a Merry Christmas.  I also had guests ask me to look after their bikes while they shopped, keep an eye on where their friend parked the car, and magically recall the location of the person they came in with.  It was funny though, and I got to do some people watching.  Looking into people’s shopping carts is like glimpsing into their homes.  I felt like a Peeping Tom, but it passed the time.  Most people were there to buy massive amounts of toilet paper, cat litter, or cat toys.  I’m not one to judge, but it was wild to see all the people wearing Mossy Oak (or real tree) camouflage clothing.  It was like half the shoppers just got done duck hunting.  The other half wore pajamas, slippers, or hideous Christmas sweaters, like they were trying to be a joke.  God bless them.

Seriously though, being a bell ringer was one of the most spiritually rewarding opportunities I’ve ever taken.  My favorite moments were seeing all the children excited to give.  They took a minute or two to figure out how to make the dollars fit into the pot’s slot, but they were so happy, and most skipped away holding their parent’s hand.  My bell was fascinating too.  I let one girl ring it, the others stared at me like I was a dinosaur.  I won’t forget all the people that took a moment, and the change from their pocket, and trusted it would go to a person who needed it more.  I saw a few $20’s go in, but maybe a gold coin slipped in there.  I will be back in front of a store today.  Please help others this holiday season, and volunteer in your community in 2014.  Bring peace to Earth.

Learn more about bell ringing here.

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