Posts Tagged ‘producer’

By Cameron McKirdy

What’s good friends? I had to give you a quick update on my new Specialized Road bike. It’s a work in progress. I just picked it up from Goodwill, and started modifying it. First, I had the back wheel straightened, brakes adjusted, and new black handlebar grips put on. Next I attached a front light, back rack with pannier bags, a seat pack, and a black Specialized brand bottle holder. Plus, I acquired a bicycle repair kit, complete with mini tire pump, a set of tools, and more. I have a cargo net that can lockdown even more survival gear on top of the rack. Now I’m ready for the zombie apocalypse!

Check out the HD video clip I shot, and let me know how you would modify this ride. I plan on adding a handle bar bag, bell, rear LED lights, toe clips on the pedals, a B.O.B. Yak one-wheeled cargo trailer, and a computer for mileage, etc. I’m not spray painting this one. I like the odd color combo. I want to be highly visible on the road, so I will add 3M reflectors and wear them too. This bike is ideal for taking on long trips, and camping. I love every second riding this emergency preparedness vehicle. It’s fast. Enjoy the pictures.

Specialized Allez Sport 1994

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Update: I put new bags on my Allez. Now I can carry more gear. I will shoot another video when the packs are fully loaded, and I feel like this project is complete.

By Cameron McKirdy

Season’s greetings!  On Christmas Eve my Dad and I hiked from Indian Beach in Ecola State Park to the Hiker’s Camp on Tillamook Head.  We checked out the abandoned World War 2 bunkers, and the viewpoints too.  Pops split, leaving me to spend the night by myself.  In this HD video I show you the trail, my gear, and my fire.  I also cooked up some Goulash thanks to my new flameless cookwear system by Trekmates.  Enjoy the video.  After a two hour nap, I decided to back to Seaside in the dark night.  It was crazy.  I used a glow stick, and my Coast HP14 flashlight to luminate the path.  A recent storm kicked tons of massive trees down.  I had to climb over many, with my 40 pound pack on.  I booked it from the cabins, and got back to Seaside in just over 2 hours, covering 4 gnarly miles of ground.  It was an intense op.  I lost the trail briefly once, slightly rolled an ankle, and nearly slipped down a steep bank.  It was one of the most rewarding, and challenging adventures of my life.  Next, I plan to raft the Nehalem river this weekend.  Thanks for visiting Survival Bros.  I’d appreciate your comments, and likes.  %^).

Indian Beach photo P1000380

By Cameron McKirdy
Entrepreneurs make money. They create $ out of nothing. They add value. They produce. This is the Survival Bros guide to hustling. It’s all about having multiple streams of income. Like a boss.

Even if you have a job, you can create rivers of cash that flow into your arms. You just have to be creative. True players have lots of ways of making money. One trick is making money off your hobbies. For example, if you like dogs, breed them. Put an ad in the paper, and get the word out about what you are offering the world.

When you’re not pimping pups, work on another way to make money easily, such as online. Set up an eBay store, or account on Etsy. Get your credibility up, and people will trust you enough to buy from you. Online is where it’s at. You don’t need a physical store, and you can sell to people across the globe 24 hours a day.

Another way to make money is through investments. Look at buying previous metals like silver, stocks, or something else interesting. Understand trends, research the markets, and soon you will be stacking dough. Start small at first. Buy that one thing that will pay you tomorrow. I learned about trends selling baseball cards as a kid. I invested in athletes that were young, and full of potential. Then I protected their sports cards, and held on long term to make a profit.

There’s infinite ways to make money. Most importantly, build your brand. Don’t waste your life being an employee, when you were meant to be the boss. Trust yourself, and get after it. Get money, and make it work for you. Be a hustler.

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