Posts Tagged ‘prep’

By Cameron McKirdy

What a year 2021 has been! I’ve been busy working on my preps, and hustling. Excuse me for not posting much recently. You can always reach me by email at thesurvivalbros@gmail.com I love hearing from readers, and fellow Survivalists. Below are my newest videos. I have lots of plans to produce quality content this Summer. Stay tuned, and look out for a Giveaway when I hit 12,000 YouTube Subscribers. Thanks for watching, and participating in this community.

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GMC Hummer flips in a busy intersection
Man saves gas by pushing truck in KFC Drivethru
Cam shows off his Ford Mustang Bug Out Vehicle in C-Side
Finding $20 in a parking lot
Giving Money to a stranger while living the #vanlife
Relax to this video of incense burning in a VW
Adding Reflective Tape to a car for extra visibility
Working for DoorDash during Lockdown
Starting “The Baby Bird Challenge” with my dog
Flipping Space Jam McDonald’s Toys on eBay for Profit
Finding Free Beer again on The Road

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By Founder Cameron McKirdy

Items for Emergency Preparedness in a Bear Vault for Backpacking.¬† People use these on hiking trips to store food.¬† Bears and other animals can’t get inside.¬† I thought it would be the ideal cache container for extra survival gear.¬† What a thrift store find for $2.99.¬† Keep working on your Survival Kits.¬† We recommend you store caches in safe locations, above and below ground.¬† Ask your friends and family if you can put stuff at their place just in case of a disaster.¬† There’s tons of turmoil, and unrest on Earth.¬† Uncertainty.¬† So plan ahead Survival Bros.¬†¬†

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Produced by Cameron McKirdy in Seaside, Oregon

Survival Bros goes car camping, and cooks food with the new Pinnacle Base Camper Large from GSI Outdoors.  The slick gear features their nFORM Destination System, offering a nesting design for compact storage.  Watch in HD video as I show you how it works, and clean it with ease.  

The camp cookware is top quality. ¬†Each item is designed for hard use, and extended durability. ¬†The Teflon coating on the two pots, and large skillet is abrasion resistant, so harmful chemicals won’t be scratched off into food. ¬†Plus, the metal is proven to distribute heat evenly, for quick cooking. ¬†You can see in the vlog how my food is boiling over the entire radius. ¬†Also, GSI Outdoors has developed every product they make to be BPA-free. ¬†That’s good, because I don’t want my hormones being¬†disrupted. ¬†This Washington State based company has the excursion items you need. ¬†Carrying¬†around swag from them makes my life much easier, because it does the job, and lasts. ¬†

The Base Camper Large is ideal for a group of four, so I intend on using it when I entertain while tenting with friends, or I’m just super hungry. ¬†You’ll be glad you got a set like this if you enjoy camping, an preparing meals outdoors. ¬†Retail price is $109.95. ¬†Visit GSI Outdoors for more info, and check out the Pinnacle Camper set for the ultimate, integrated cooking and eating solution. ¬†

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By Cameron McKirdy

For my prep of the day I waterproofed gear. I rattle canned black panniers for my bug out bicycle, a frame bag, and my bike repair kit with the protectant. Then sprayed my clean Nike LunarGlide 4’s with one thick coat. I let them sit outside on a hot day, and now they are better than new. Broken in. Snug.

I need to swoop another can of protectant. Next I will waterproof my backpacking bags, and other cycling gear.

I may put another coat on these items tomorrow. As long as the shoe (article) is still breathable, and isn’t stained, I’m pouring on this type of protector, as pictured.

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Survival Bros Prep Of The Day – Waterproofing Gear

Survival Bros now makes survival bracelets. These are great to have on hand if you need extra cordage quickly for a tourniquet, etc. Check out our new two-color designs below. We’ll have more styles available soon. Email your details to us at thesurvivalbros@gmail.com if you are interested in one. Just tell us your wrist length and color preference if any. Thanks.

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