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An informative resource for either the lively outside fanatic, who on a regular basis enjoys looking, tenting, fishing, or participates in different outdoors actions, and for the beginner adventurer trying to extend their open air wisdom.

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The handle helps for easy portability, while the holes through the centers can be used as lashing points. They are 18 inches long, 9 inches wide, and 6 inches high. 52 pounds. They also offer FoodBrick for dry food storage. 95 This is a free-standing plastic tank for use in storing water indoor or outdoor. It features a vented lid and comes with one fill and one drain fitting. Manufactured from food-grade polyethylene with UV inhibitors, they may be placed on any flat surface. It is 65 inches tall and 75 inches in diameter.

In 1936, the Indianapolis brought Roosevelt to South America on his Good Neighbor tour and eventually to Buenos Aires for the Pan American Conference. Edgar Harrell's USMC portrait, taken in 1945 before the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. AUGUST 2015 AMERICAN SURVIVAL GUIDE 43 Edgar Harrell’s book, “Out of the Depths” — himself a survivor of the Indy ’s tragic sinking—he retells the account of Daniel Brady, a seaman second class aboard the Indy . According to Brady, the ship was docked across from battleship row and most of the men were ashore for liberty leaving about 1/3 of the crew aboard.

Story By Dana Benner Water People never drink enough water. Carrying water with you wherever you venture is extremely important. Dehydration will kill you and put those around you in danger. Whenever I go out, I always carry a minimum of two quarts of water in aluminum water bottles. I do not use plastic water bottles and I do not buy water at the store for this purpose. An aluminum water bottle allows you to boil questionable water before drinking. I also carry a small bottle of water purification tablets I use to treat water, especially if I do not have a means to boil.

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