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Asking for a complimentary work shirt, and empty 1 gallon paint can at Sherwin-Williams.  Try this Lifehack, and comment with your Freebie Haul results.  More on our YouTube Channel!  Produced by vlogger Cameron McKirdy in Gearhart, Oregon for Survival Bros.  Share this #YouTube clip, and add it to a Playlist!  More fun soon.

Freebie Haul Swag from Sherwin-Williams

Produced by Cameron McKirdy and Kelvin for #survivalbros

Friends talk about Gear Items needed to survive working in the Heat! Please Comment, Subscribe, and Share this HD video. Filmed with GoPro Hero7 Black action camera in Oregon. 

Kelvin’s Pocket Dump includes:

  • Utility Knife
  • Lighter with Poker
  • Chapstick for Lips
  • Handkerchief
  • Cash Money (Paper)
  • Leather Wallet
  • iPhone with OtterBox Case 
  • Honda CBR Motorcycle

By Cam

Cameron McKirdy from Survival Bros gives you a tour of his vehicle, and explains why he uses the gear he has.  Living in a van allows him to be more free, and not answer to a Boss.  He can nap, or go thrifting when he wants to.  It’s a challenging lifestyle, but vandwelling can be done, if you’re creative, and easy-going.  #vanlife

Would you live in a van? You get to travel more, and save some money. Going places may help you meet new people, and get different perspectives.  Don’t be afraid to chat, and share with strangers.  Subscribe on YouTube, and follow us on Twitter! More posts soon.  Thanks for stopping by our blog.

Survival Bros on YouTube from a farm in Oregon State

 

By Cameron McKirdy

Survival Bros combs The Woods, and identifies King Bolete, or Porcini Mushrooms in Oregon!  Hunted in the Clatsop County forest near the Pacific Ocean.  Cameron foraged, dried, and ate them for a meal off the land.  Dried fungi will last a very long time in your kit. Please share this Survival Bros video, and SUBSCRIBE on YouTube.  Many more Adventures coming Summer 2019…

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Filmed on 6/5/19 

#pnw #fungi #mushrooms #oregon #cam

Filmed by Cameron McKirdy in Oregon, USA

Showing you gear I used to endure a cold night in Oregon. I forgot my sleeping bag at a friend’s house, so I had to get by with only an emergency, and wool blanket. It was close to 40 degrees outside in the morning when I started the van. I got up by 5 AM, to get my vehicle ready for the road again. You don’t want all of your boxes and tubs dumping over on corners. The struggle is real on Survival Bros.

Cam’s Preparedness Advice: Make sure you have a barrier or two between you and the ground (or metal auto floor). Then wrap up in layers, with an emergency mylar blanket around yourself! Thanks for the invention Astronauts. Also, huddle up with a friend if you can overnight, and keep moving if you get really cold. Well, I survived to fight more today…Next stop, free coffee in town! #urban #scavenging

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Keep blankets in your vehicle just in case!

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Working out with Fighters during Sparring Night at Valhalla in Gearhart, Oregon. Brawl with my Fighter Buddies as we improve ourselves, and develop self-defense skills. MMA with full pads on to prepare young men for real Pro and Amateur Mixed Martial Arts fights locally.

Produced by Cameron McKirdy.  SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE NOW! #mma #boxing #sport #crossfit

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Here’s the Main Event of Beach Brawls in Seaside, Oregon.  I emceed the event at the Convention Center.  Emanuel Sanchez fights for Bellator now, and is moving up the ranks.  What a fight!

Cameron McKirdy produced a new #EDC or Everyday Carry video update!  Check out the latest gear Survival Bros uses to stay safe, and be prepared for emergency situations.  Many products have multiple uses.  For example, you could use the headphone wires as cordage to keep something together.  HD video filmed with the new GoPro Hero7 Black camera.  It’s just OK.  The lens fogged up from the body heat coming off of my hand.  I thought this video was ruined, but I’m happy with the post.  Making YouTube videos is tough, but rewarding.

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Cam carrying his 110 Liter Kelty Backpack up Tillamook Head to the Hiker Cabins in Seaside, OR

 

 

Cameron McKirdy created his biggest #EDC video yet!  Watch and see all the essential items to save up, to eat and drink later during survival situations.  These kits were organized by durable quart size resealable plastic bags, put in everyday carry backpacks, and the van too.  #vanlife

Survival Bros Presents the ultimate Everyday Carry items video Playlist on our YouTube channel. Start a viewing session, and learn how to prepare for daily life from the most popular personalities on the internet. Get new ideas for your own #edc kit, and share this list of related vlogs with friends!

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Cameron McKirdy shows his free product samples from a Natural Grocers store opening in Warrenton, #Oregon Subscribe to #survivalbros on YouTube today for more fun videos! We have 7,634 followers and growing. Share our channel and blog with friends.

More coming soon: Stay tuned! Survival Bros traded the Mustang for another Adventure Van #vanlife The new ride is packed with camping gear, food, and tools to survive life on the road. Comment with your summer plans. Hope to see you at the hot springs of the #PNW #HUGS CuddleLife.com

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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!