How to Make a Survival Bracelet In an emergency, you can use paracord for lashings, tourniquets, shoelaces, snares, tying splints, or, if you tease out the threads, even fishing lines and sewing threads. This bracelet lets you carry a useful amount at all times. WHAT YOU'LL NEED: scissors, a lighter, a tape measure, and 10 feet of 550 paracord. Text and photos by Bill Wachholder
20 Meals You Didn’t Know You Could Make in Foil Packets
One-Use Straw Containers: I. clamp near end of straw with needle nose pliers and apply flame. (let seal cool before releasing) II. put in whatever and seal other end. -- Straws come in various diameters. Seal HONEY, machine oil, tiny screws, threaded needles, small batteries, glue, purifier tabs/powder, creams, toothpaste, liquids, flavors, etc.
Bowline Knot Tying - Form a small loop leaving enough rope for the desired loop size. Pass the end of the rope through the loop as though making an overhand knot. Continue around the standing end and then back through the small loop. from Animated Knots by Grog http://www.animatedknots.com sailing, knots, Knots by Grog
Omelet In A Bag. Add 2 eggs plus cheese and various toppings to quart sized Ziploc bag. Boil in large pot for 13 -15 mins. Great idea for when you have a large group for breakfast. Very skeptical, but worked great and had fantastic fluffy texture. me: This works!! We did it on our ward campout this past weekend and they turned out soooo good!