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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 Cameron McKirdy

car camping food listCar camping is one of my favorite blog topics.  I hope you find it interesting too.  Here’s a checklist of my top foods to store in your vehicle.  Many items instantly turn into grub by adding hot water.  I got ideas for the perfect van dwelling foods by watching YouTube videos of Thru Hikers packing for their long distance trips.  Search for Pacific Crest Trail aka PCT, or Appalachian Trail Backpackers online.

Ziplock bags are a trusted way to keep organized.  You can even write on the outside with a permanent pen to label things.  Plus, plastic sacks maintain some protection from water, rats, an other elements.  Let me know if you have any questions about my setup.  Add several gallons of distilled and spring water (not pictured), and I’m ready to go off the grid for weeks.  I’m stocked up on:

  • Honey with ginseng, bee pollen, and royal jelly
  • Drinks: water, aloe water, coconut beverages, teas, fruit juices
  • Soups in cans to heat and serve, and powdered packets
  • Protein Powder, plus various green powders (wheat grass)
  • Pasta Sides, and Dishes like Top Ramen
  • Dehydrated Food such as Mountain House Freeze Dried Meals (Apple Crisp is my favorite)
  • Fruit: Fresh Produce like apples and bananas, also fruit strips, bottles, and cans
  • Nuts and Seeds like Almond and Hemp
  • Granola Bars, and Oatmeal 
  • Instant Coffee, instant milk
  • Condiments: Packets of butter, salsa, pepper, salt, raw sugar, mayonnaise, ketchup, and everything else Free and Holy
  • Canned meats: Flavored tuna, Spam, Chicken Salad with crackers

 


Produced By Cameron McKirdy

On my way to the park for some exercise, I noticed a roadside table bursting with bright dahlias. Next to them was a sign painted “FREE FLOWERS.” What a concept! They could have just left a cash box out there with a price. But nope. It wasn’t too good to be true. It was just someone doing a good deed.

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I got to talk to the retired man tending his garden. He said it’s easier to give them away. Then he doesn’t have to stay out there, or be mad when someone steals the cash. What can you give away today?