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Re: Old American Skills for Primitive Living
« Reply #15 on: January 26, 2014, 10:43:41 PM »
RE Root cellars
A video will be presented, as part of the Survival Summit (Jan 20-27th) 9 PST daily.

Date of root cellar video:  Saturday, January 26th 

Note: No link for it yet. The Summit publishes the links daily.

http://thesurvivalsummit.com/schedule-3/    Schedule for entire event.

Register at The Survival Summit. Free. Videos are good for 24 hours, beginning 0900 PST daily.


Thank you for this post, although I missed most of the online seminars, I got to check out the site and was able to click onto the websites of the various speakers  :)

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Re: Old American Skills for Primitive Living
« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2014, 09:34:59 PM »
pbutter, yeah that's good.  ;) So much good info in those sites.
I couldn't manage to watch all of them either. I did get the sites and pretty much posted them all... Still a few more to go, some ones on self defense, toughening up one's mind, etc.

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Re: Old American Skills for Primitive Living
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2014, 09:22:06 PM »
I think the title says it all

Rope Making 101
Written by Brandon Garrett

Knowing how to make rope is a great skill to have in an emergency. You might be able to find weaker materials like twine, string, yarn, plant fibers or even plastic bags but they won’t be able to hold anything strong until they are bound together as rope.

Making rope is a great skill to know and very easy to do. Below, we’ve listed some instructions on how you can make a simple rope design.


http://www.thereadystore.com/diy/6665/rope-making-101/?utm_source=rne_tuesday_20140204a--google--organic&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=tuesday--content--rope_making&utm_content=main_content_btn&trk_msg=C4JJ4VL6N0HK11U9NTKUVC2H7C&trk_contact=T8U4UKNVGRVIM2H073MBUB0NG0

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Re: Old American Skills for Primitive Living
« Reply #18 on: February 07, 2014, 12:37:34 PM »
I think the title says it all

Rope Making 101
Written by Brandon Garrett

Knowing how to make rope is a great skill to have in an emergency. You might be able to find weaker materials like twine, string, yarn, plant fibers or even plastic bags but they won’t be able to hold anything strong until they are bound together as rope.

Making rope is a great skill to know and very easy to do. Below, we’ve listed some instructions on how you can make a simple rope design
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http://www.thereadystore.com/diy/6665/rope-making-101/?utm_source=rne_tuesday_20140204a--google--organic&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=tuesday--content--rope_making&utm_content=main_content_btn&trk_msg=C4JJ4VL6N0HK11U9NTKUVC2H7C&trk_contact=T8U4UKNVGRVIM2H073MBUB0NG0

bk that surely is a great skill to learn.
You'be got me thinking too. A little bit of rope would be good to put in a bugout vehicle and backpack etc.
Thanks for posting.