If you look hard enough you will find some ingenious structures designed to provide affordable, insulating, and cooling storage for your vegetables, fruits, cheeses, or bug out foods or supplies. There are quite a few great designs for these pre-fabricated cellars or shelters popping up each year. And since more people are opting for a more self-sustaining lifestyle, this market will undoubtedly grow even more.
If you’re like me, you probably had a slingshot at some point in your childhood. I had many growing up — from the cheap $5 slingshots with a few up to around $80. Shooting our slingshots as kids made for some fun days outside. Plus, it was a bonus that we were surrounded by woods. That meant we could venture about like ninjas shooting trees, stumps, creeks, and more.
If you’re like most households you probably have more than one bottle of hydrogen peroxide in your kitchen cabinet or under your bathroom sink. Hydrogen peroxide has been around for about 200 years. It’s uses has seemed to expand with more people finding that hydrogen peroxide does some pretty amazing things. We believe that anyone who it thinking of going off the grid or living in a similar “do it yourself” scenario should have access to this awesome and cheap product. A 32oz. bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide will run you about $2.00 – $3.00, while a larger 1 gallon bottle will usually run about $6.00 – $7.00 (prices vary slightly from WalMart versus a grocery store).