The Daily Watch – Russian Woman Camping, Steve Bannon On China

Russian Woman Camping Methods

I love this video. Basically without dialog. She demonstrates a very different kind of camping from the Spandex and REI Coop West. Simpler materials and more thinking / craft. I love the multi use carved bowl / plate / cutting board. A bit under an hour, and every time I thought I’d bail if nothing happened, something interesting was shown in terms of Things I Ought To Know. I mean, she uses a canvas tarp, fercrissake….


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Steve Bannon Hyperventilates Over China, But Is Right

We really need to move supply chains back home, at least at a 50% level. Again about an hour.

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5 Responses to The Daily Watch – Russian Woman Camping, Steve Bannon On China

  1. E.M.Smith says:

    Given what I know of anti bacterial botanicals, this might actually work!

    8 oz olive oil (or similar), 1/2 oz. Bees wax, melted together, then add 1/2 tsp Tea Tree Oil,, 1/2 tsp vit.E oil, and one of lavender oil, camomile oil, or clove oil. 5-10 drops.

  2. Gail Combs says:

    Well I know Vitamin E topically is good for healing without scaring. I have used it for years.

    For most stuff, esp tick bites I use 7% iodine. It kills just about anything.

  3. H.R. says:

    I enjoyed the bushcraft video, E.M.

    The only thing I wondered about was what was the dog going to eat if it was an extended stay in the woods?

    Anyone else notice the swarm of insects? I have heard bear grease is an effective barrier against biting insects.

  4. Another Ian says:

    HR

    “Anyone else notice the swarm of insects? I have heard bear grease is an effective barrier against biting insects.”

    I guess it also stopped that bear biting?

  5. E.M.Smith says:

    @H.R.:

    In an extended stay, the dog either learns to hunt or, well, one of the two has a big meal…

    My guess is the dog already knows about hunting and would be used to tree animals for the bow, for a share… either this one, or another, she makes some wood weaponry…

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