All you need is to begin filling up these 5 categories and you’ll be ready in no time to live off grid…
Let’s take sawing wood with a chainsaw — what ever could go wrong?
Now you can wear a multi-tool on your wrist — a multi-tool bracelet. It’s a multi-tool like you’ve never seen and has more tools than you’d probably ever use.
It’s the Homesteading way to make your own equipment. When you find out how to do it, the process of making your tools and devices may become part of your routine.
If you had to choose 6 tools to have on your Homestead, which would you choose?
Organize your tools using foam cutouts. If your tools need a better home, why not cut out foam sheets so you can store your tools neatly and have them better organized?
It takes a little time but sharpening and cleaning your tools is a great investment for you on the Homestead…
You want just enough of your emergency supplies in your bug out bag in case of emergency. That’s it.
If you have a lot of small tools and gear you should have a handy place to put them. If you have a pocket organizer like this you can pack a lot of gear into a small area and be off and running.
If you’re using your tools so much (or mistakenly hit that rock too hard) that the wooden handles splinter and shatter, don’t throw the whole thing away, replace the wooden handle.
Based mostly on hearsay, there is a list supposedly circulating, that some preppers and survivalists have claimed to list in order of popularity, the most important survival tools.
This guy, David, is a pretty good blacksmith. He once read an article in a magazine and started making things out of metal. Now look what he’s done — he makes all sorts of useful things.
You probably carry some tools with you all the time without thinking a second thought about it. You can never have enough tools.
You’re just going to need power tools to help you around your homestead. Yes, you could go the manual way and there are places for this…