DIY Projects

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Here are a few projects to keep you busy Doing the Stuff of Self-Reliance. If you try any of these, please report back and let us know how they turn out. Also, drop us a line on projects you’d like to see?

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  1. I found so many interesting write-ups on this website and it was a fun reading experience. Thanks a lot for sharing this.

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  5. Tina Ward

    Very interesting! I just checked out the “How to Make Ranger Pace Counter Beads”. You could also attach them to your hicking staff. I may not be prepared for “everything” that pops up in life but it won’t be for the lack if trying : )

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  8. deb h.

    hi. this site recommended by a commenter on the survivalist blog ‘[m. d. creekmore]. this is a great site. thanks.
    deb h.

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  9. Matthew Ryan

    Any skill building ideas for someone who recently lost the use of their dominant hand?

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    • Matthew, I certainly hope it’s not permanent, brother! I know a buddy of mine had surgery on his dominant hand for quite a while but still practiced his skills. He has a Youtube channel… Larry Roberts. Check out what he did with with only one hand.

      If it’s a permanent situation, which I pray it’s not, my high school football coach lost his right hand as a kid and adapted to using one hand his entire life. Get this, he played college baseball one handed.

      Please let me know more about your situation, Matthew.

      Keep doing the stuff,
      Todd

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