Deep East Texas Chapter Women In The Outdoors Event Event Date: Oct 10, 2009 Location: Magnolia Ridge Park, Woodville, TX Contact: Wendy Baker Email: texaswendybaker @ yahoo.com Download the PDF flyer from this link to register. Some of the activities include: Self Defense: This is an active, hands on course, wear comfortable clothing and supportive [ Read More ]
Archive for September, 2009
One of the questions I have been asked, “what makes a pack a warm weather pack?” In my opinion, its the packs size – its so small you can not carry spare clothing. In a cold weather camping or hiking situation, you will probably want to bring extra clothing, maybe a hat gloves, extra socks,,,, the usual stuff that hikers and campers my need in cold weather.
In hot weather you can take clothing off, in cold weather you have to have extra clothing to put it on. If the extra clothing is not in the pack, there is nothing to put on.
Lets say that your hiking along, you dont see this snake on the trail, step on it and your bitten – what do you do? Your a couple of miles from the trail head, your out of cell phone range, what should you do in this type of situation? This picture and video were tank [ Read More ]
Take an Altoids tin and put the following items in it. anti-biotic ointment paper clips zip ties birthday candles – the kind you can not blow out safety pins ibuprofen or naproxen sodium 500mg vitamin C tablets dietary multivitamin supplement and mineral usb drive 8GB – with important files on it stick of white chalk [ Read More ]
For people that do not get into the woods very much, getting a copperhead and a water moccasin mixed up might be an easy thing to do. So what this article is going to do is give a basic run down on both types of snakes. The examples that ae going to be covered are [ Read More ]
There has been a lot of talk here lately about this swine flu stuff. So I would like to ask the members of this community to review their supplies and make sure you have at least 1 months supply of food. But,,,, what I’am asking is one months supply of non-dried foods. Dried foods take [ Read More ]
In this video we interview a local butcher that shows how sausage is made.
We start out with some pork trimmings, that are put into a grinder, mixed with spices and ground into something like pan sausage. Its then put into a stuffing machine where the meat is forced into the sausage casing. The sausage is smoked at about 180 degrees for about 14 hours. The butcher uses red oak during the smoking process.
Some information about the H1N1 vaccine. Persons who will need the vaccine: • pregnant women • healthcare workers • emergency responders • household members and caregivers of children under the age of 6 months • anyone 6 months to 24 years of age • adults age 25 – 64 with chronic medical conditions such as [ Read More ]