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Cooking over a Dakota Fire Hole... saves wood and does not smoke... going to try this the next time we are out camping!!

Dakota Fire Hole: Saves Wood, Burns HOT, Minimal Smoke & Efficient Cooking - Outdoor End >> This is the easiest kind of rocket stove to make. Two connecting holes.

Building A Small Shelter Homesteading #survivalskills #outdoorsurvival

Building A Small Shelter Homesteading - The Homestead Survival .Com Everything you needed to know about survival

Building a Primitive Wattle and Daub Hut From Scratch:

Building a Primitive Wattle and Daub Hut From Scratch. If you're ever stuck out in the wilderness for longer than an hour.

Nearly smokeless fire pit for cooking. Shared from http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=66440

Dakota fire hole - conserves wood while minimizing smoke from the fire. Interesting way to build a fire. It's like a rocket stove in the ground.

Article includes: Six Wilderness Survival Shelters - Here are some actual Survival Shelters to give you a good idea of what’s possible in a wilderness setting. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Ha ha ha-now I will be prepared.How To Make 7 primitive Survival Shelters. Just in case there is zombie attack

http://Papr.Club - Another cool link is LowCostCarTransport.com  The shelter end is build with rafters and roots, and with a…

The shelter end is build with rafters and roots, and with a small gap to maintain some natural light inside the shelter. need some shutters to close the other end when it's really cold and windy.

Forest cabin, with bonfire and a wooden barrier around it.

A good fire reflector maximizes heat retention and minimizes fire wood usage. Also may deflect wind while sleeping. Kudos to the builder. I have a couple of references to fire reflectors in my novel "Obliterated-Would You Know How to Survive?

Garden Loom ~ I want to make one!

Outdoor weaving, so cool - weaving is so much more than wool, or silk or those fibers that we buy at our favorite knitting shop. Fiber can be, and is, found everywhere . I love this outdoor weaving with wonderful fibers found in nature!