We are always searching for survival gear, and when we found this book, we knew that we had stumbled onto a gem. Written by Creek Stewart, Survival Hacks: Over 200 Ways to Use Everyday Items for Wilderness Survival, is a must have for any outdoor enthusiast.
Would you be prepared for survival in the wilderness if it was called for? If your answer was a no, or even maybe, then Survival Hacks is just the book for you.
It covers everything from small scale hacks, to even big endeavors, like creating a one-man emergency shelter from trash bags.
This book teaches you everything from being able to use sticks and ropes to make a table. Even how to purifying water using a plastic bottle and the sun. Creek also teaches you how to make the most of pocket sized survival tools and even how to transform everyday items into exceptionally valuable survival tools. This books is an essential survival tool in its own right. Hence why the The Seattle Times had this to say about it,
“Most of us need never fashion a gas mask from a soup can…. Should the need arise, you’ll be glad for a copy of Survival Hacks. Survival trainer Creek Stewart, who hosted Fat Guys in the Woods for The Weather Channel, offers tips ranging from making a cookstove from a packet of alcohol-soaked ramen to cutting a fishing lure from the shiny bits of your Visa card.”
Creek Stewart is a life-long survivalist and wrote this book from his own extensive experience. Stewart has literally spent thousands of hours in the wild, perfecting his art. He has even been featured on Fox & Friends, Men’s Fitness Magazine, Backpacker Magazine, Outdoor Life Magazine and many more. He is even The Weather Channel’s Survival Expert.
Get it from Amazon here.
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