Long Term Sustainability-What Are You Doing?

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  1. Keith H.

    Keith H. Moderator Staff Member
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    1) So how many of you are actually learning/practicing primitive skills in preparation, just in case?
    2) How many of you are equipping yourselves with primitive sustainable equipment instead of modern gear?
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  2. Endure

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    Currently we have been using an outdoor adobe oven when gas used to cooking runs low. These primitive Ovens have been in use for thousands of years and most of them are made of a clay-sand mixture baked by wood fire. The way they work is that a fire is set, the oven is heated then the cooking is made by retained heat after the fire is removed. Food are cooked slowly and evenly with almost zero chance of burning. Mud ovens also can be built in all sizes and take little in the way of time to maintain. great to make stew into a cast iron cooking pot.

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  3. Corzhens

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    We are no Daniel Boone to be serious in preparing. However, we are not discounting that situation of survival, that it may come someday without notice. And I also believe like the others in this forum that it is better to be prepared than be sorry. But the preparation is in the form of entertainment or exciting activity like when we go on vacation. We actually call those occasions "adventure" where we hike up the hill or stay overnight in tents.

    There was this incident when me and my husband were in a beach resort that has an annex which was somewhat abandoned. It looked more like a jungle than a forest with the rusty structures of an old playground. There were spiders all around which gave it a semblance of horror setting. We couldn't say there were no snakes. I was quite scared that I had wanted to go back but my husband continued on. About 100 meters from the entrance, we found the small vines of dwarf passion fruit with a lot of ripe yellow berries. It was fun picking those small passion fruit for our trophy.
     
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