In this brand-new series on “Survival Stories,” you’ll learn how to avoid becoming a hostage in a robbery gone wrong, the one thing you should always do before you go hiking and the best way to survive a direct hit from a tornado.
Getting lost in the wilderness can be a terrifying experience and I know Labor Day weekend is a popular time for hiking and other outdoor activities. So today, I want to share some tips on what to do in case you ever find yourself stranded in the middle of nowhere.
I’m a fan of the neck knife, and if you’ve never carried one, I hope today’s alert will make you change your mind.
This edition of the Weekly Drop covers the best bear spray on the market, which waist wallet you should invest in for your next trip and how to prepare if bugging out is not an option. Let’s take a look.
Imagine that you’re in a survival situation and your bug-out bag is so heavy you can’t keep up. Well, here are some items I recommend removing to lighten your load so you can actually bug out when you need to.
Challenge yourself to celebrate the 100th year of the National Park Service by getting outdoors!