Motoventure 2020 – Part 4

In part 4 of Motoventure 2020, Jason and Gregory start off day four already 573 miles in on their 1,100-mile trip. With fresh clothes for the ride, Jason provides his recommendation for a high-quality water filter bottle. Gregory shows the navigation system he recommends and uses. Day four proves to be a hot one for Jason and Gregory as they finish with 816 miles before calling it an evening.

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Assisted Opening Knives

Although you may think an assisted opening knife (often called an AO knife) is the same as a switchblade, they are in fact quite different. A switchblade is seen as an “automatic opening” knife and are considered illegal in the United States. A switchblade is opened via a spring that is released with a button on the handle. Regardless of the fact they were romanticized in the 1950s, they were outlawed by the 1958 US Switchblade Act.

Tips to Avoid Being Cold During the Winter

When the winter comes, you need to keep your body warm since the temperature at winter must be very low. People can feel cold constantly during the winter, especially in feet and hands. Actually, there are some best ways to keep you warm when the snow falls on winter. Just take a look at the following tips to avoid being cold during the winter and get your body keep warm.

2012 Disaster Survival, Or Just Being Prepared to Respond to an Emergency?

It is unclear if the Mayan calendars ending and the prophecies of Nostradamus of the world ending in fire from heaven. Some of the theories involve the Solar system crossing the Galactic equator.

There is No Need For Homeowners to Panic Ever Again – Home Emergency Preparedness

Do you know what to do if a plumbing pipe breaks in your house? Who are you going to call if there is an electrical fire? Are you or are you not prepared for any type of home emergencies like these? If you’re not interested in panicking ever again, you really need to know how to handle certain types of situations that will arise in your home sporadically.

When an Urban Disaster Strikes, Keep Your Family Safe at Home – Three Tips For Emergency Planning

Urban disasters and emergencies can happen at any time and without warning. With a little planning, you can keep your family safe at home until the disaster blows over. Learn how to plan ahead and keep your family safe.

Bug Out Bag Preparation – 5 Tips For Creating Your Own Survival Kit

When disaster strikes, you must prepare for the possibility that you can not stay in your home. Ensure your survival with a ready made survival kit, also known as a bug out bag.

Staying Warm Outside in Winter Weather

Staying warm during cold weather is not only important for your comfort, but also for your health. Inadequate preparation could lead to frostbite and hypothermia which can be very serious. Here are some tips on staying warm during cold weather.

Do I Really Need to Prepare Myself For Any Home Emergencies?

The one thing that you need to avoid during any home emergency is going to be looking for a plumber, electrician or emergency home repair contractor’s phone number. If you have already prepared yourself before any type of home emergency like this was to ever happen, you’re not going to find yourself in this type of predicament.

A Broken Fire Hydrant Almost Destroyed the Home

The broken fire hydrant almost destroyed the home. I couldn’t believe what I was actually seeing as the water from the fire hydrant was shooting up in the air between 30 and 40 feet. It wouldn’t have been as big of a deal, if the water was actually spraying into the street, but that wasn’t the case.

The Will to Survive

One of my good friends was the head of the SERE (Survival Evasion Resistance Escape) program at Offut AFB for several years. Back in the 80s, there was an incident where an F-16 pilot needed to make an emergency landing and landed at an abandoned airstrip in Alaska.

When a Child Stops Breathing

How would you like to save a life? Better yet, how about the life of a child or maybe your own. Be prepared to provide CPR for a child who has stopped breathing.

Police Equipment Keeps Our Officers Safe

Police officers have arguably one of the hardest, dangerous and stressful jobs in the world. They are required to deal with situations ranging from the mundane to the life-threatening; and in order to do so require a great many pieces of police equipment. Patrol cars, side arms and handcuffs are just some of the many items needed to perform quality police work.

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