Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Having options when your supply of traditional fuels run out is to have viable options in a survival situation. One practical option is to be able to burn wood. In many areas wood is plentiful and you may not need a rip roaring blaze to cook your food - or be able to get one going in bad weather....especially if back country camping.
This strong titanium stove weighs in at 4.1 oz and folds flat enough to place in a day pack or stored in your preparedness pack. The stove handles up to 1.5 liter cooking pots.
You could use this with jellied alcohol cans like sterno, scraps of wood, charcoal, firestarter logs - whatever you might find. This mini stove also reduces your impact on the environment and your visible signature if you are worried about attracting unwanted attention.
Downside - about $60 - Upside - well built and incredibly lightweight.
Find them here at http://www.campingsurvival.com/ or Vargo http://tinyurl.com/39kplw6
Mention coupon code "ICE" at campingsurvival.com and receive 5% off.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Monday, June 14, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Our friends in the State of Michigan at the renowned Porter Hills Retirement Communities had run an organization wide promotion using ICE and how it can be used to enhance safety in their communities and beyond.
As a part of that promotion, Porter Hills used custom made ICE Cards an ICE Banner as well as this unique adaptation of the ICE Image. Your organization can too!
Turn up your sound!
Learn more about Porter Hills at this link... http://www.porterhills.org/