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About Jericho117
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15 years old, six feet tall, have been studying survival and edible plants for 4 and a half years
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Virginia Beach
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Trapping, Hunting, Fishing, studying survival and plants, making primitive weapons
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Living life to the fullest

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Coal-burning.....

by Jericho117 on 12-24-2008 at 12:19 AM
Making cooking pots......my way


I rarely ever bring metal cooking pots in the forests with me becuase I know how to make pots for cooking and water purifacation out of all natural materials. In any woodland region, your always going to find a fallen dead or half-rotten tree, or some sort of stump. Simply, utilizing coals from a hot fire, you can turn a fallen log or stump into a servicable pot in under an hour using a method called coal-burning. When I make my pots, I use

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Aarows

by Jericho117 on 12-24-2008 at 12:18 AM
MAKING MY LONG-TERM SURVIVAL BOWS- Aarons way

First I must stress the difference between a short-term bow and a long-term bow. A short-term bow usually consists of uncured freshly cut wood that has not been shaped properly, and takes under an hour to construct, and is adequate for small game such as fish, frogs, birds, and maybe a small mamamal. These bows usually won't last more than a couple weeks. A long-term bow, although still under "survival weapons", is a bow that

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by Jericho117 on 12-24-2008 at 12:17 AM
My way of crafting my survival arrows.....

I will be describing how I make long-term survival arrows, not short-term ones.I make my arrows out of willow, caittail and foxtail reed reinforced with sinew at the ends. I cut down fresh or dead shoots with flint or my knife that grow very straight and have no knots. They are about as thick as a pencil, to about 1 1/2 quarter inch thick I precut my hunting arrows to about 26 inches long, but leave my fishing arrows about twice my arms

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I Just Copied And Pasted This From My Myspace!!!as With The Other Blogs!!!

by Jericho117 on 12-24-2008 at 12:16 AM
Cordage making......my way

I consider the type of matreials for this job. My favorite is sinew, Indian Hemp is fine, and Yucca, well just check my pictures. I think Yucca is found throughout the southwestern region, and Indian Hemp found in the northeastern region, but sinew is found whereever you get an animal. Hemp cordage is my second favorite (being that it is easy to identify and the leaves can be crushed to poison fish for food, but im always careful with preperation). I strip

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Fishing with posoins....my way

by Jericho117 on 12-24-2008 at 12:14 AM
Fishing with poisons.....my way

Iv'e only used poison to fish a couple times, using a small variety of plants. Indian Hemp, which is a small shrub plant that grows about 2-4 feet tall, with pinkish smooth stalk and green oval leaves ( they produce milky substance when crushed). I simply crush the leaves up in a pool of water where fish are at, and the milky substance is spread around. Within minutes fish rise to the surface to be collected. I always make shure there are no cuts on

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