7 Responses to “Shelter”

  1. jose says:

    i am glad i noticed this site… this stuff is really helpful :)

  2. Rick says:

    Thanks for the info. I’m glad to find this site. This will all be important stuff for us to know sooner than we think I’m afraid. Soooo helpful!

  3. I REALLY APPRECIATE ALL THE INFO ON THIS SITE. PPL NEED TO LEARN AS MANY INNOVATIVE SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES AS POSSIBLE. BEING PREPARED IS ESSENTIAL FOR UPCOMING SURVIVAL. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE :)

  4. bob says:

    Won’t the trashbag shelter get wet inside due to condensation from the breath & from it being wet on the outside? Doesn’t there have to be some spacers, so air can circulate between the bag & the clothes, so the condensation doesn’t soak the person? How many hours have you tried this bag out in, in the rain & in the cold? Does it really work?

  5. Ken says:

    The trashbag shelter is intended for emergency situations and not as a standard shelter. Condensation could be a slight problem but would certainly be better than becoming drenched in rainfall, and it helps to capture body heat. I had a friend who used this method on a biking trip when he got lost on a trail at nightfall.

  6. Areolithe says:

    For the hammock I recommend (because I lived in one for few monthes while building my house) a Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) hammock there so compact, light, comfortable, durable, easy to clean , and livable (I still use it for my bed) they are great for backpacking, camping, survival and they have so many accessories to go with them you can look them up on

    ENO website

    http://www.eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com/

    (I am just recommending the from my experience I am in no way legally affiliated with them in any manner and this is just a personal recommendation)

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