Gators like to be left alone, but they're also hard to see.
Shelter and fire are critical to survival. Here’s how to combine both to stay alive in an emergency.
On the snow, with duct tape, or when the lights go out.
Beware carbon monoxide.
They’re not wood, but they burn just as well.
This 72-hour plan will buy you enough time to wait for search and rescue to arrive.
There’s a reason NASA-inspired heat sheets have survived for so long.
According to this Fairbanks outdoorsman, this is the gear and know-how you’ll need to get outside this winter.
You probably already have these items laying around your home.
If you find yourself in a winter survival situation, you’ll need to fight off hypothermia and trek back to civilization.
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