The Method of the day for Survivalists:
Howdy… Jason here and you might have caught a fish or small game, but have no means of cooking it properly.
But if you have some short metal rods or picks used for tents, then it’s a simple matter to set a few logs or stones either side of your fire and span the gap with the metal rods.
You could even use this set up to boil water in a metal container or one you make out of aluminum foil.
When you need a really bright light, but there’s no power source available ruling out lights running of mains power, what do you do?
Here’s the perfect solution you can get ready today for fishing trips, camping vacations, roadside breakdowns at night, home projects and anything that involves playing and working after the sun goes down.
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