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LifeStraw Water Filter Easy Instructions, Review, and Limitations: Is it right for you?

Episode Contents: 0:16 What is the Vestergaard LifeStraw Water Filter? 0:30 How does the LifeStraw Water Filter Work? 0:33 Why do you have to soak the LifeStraw before using it? 0:46 How do you flush the LifeStraw when clogged? 0:55 Using a LifeStraw in a lake or river? 1:28 The LifeStraw as a great emergency […]

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Finding your Peaceful Bench – Exploring Canada’s Westport and Brier Island

For this episode, I was in the Nova Scotia village of Westport on Brier Island. It’s a part of Canada, I love visiting because of the tranquility, the ocean, the great people, and there is so much to do. This trip was about taking a break and recharging, and Brier Island is one of my […]

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The Better Preparedness compact filming kit

The ultimate compact YouTube and outdoors filming kit for under $100?

If you are new to YouTubing, you do not need to invest vast sums of cash on every gadget imaginable for your filming.  First hone your skills in creating material of interest to you and your audience.  Start off with some of the basics.  Those basics also work well, really well, as a compact filming […]

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Fox 40 Boat Essentials Kit – Full Review || Boating in Canada and the USA

The following are some great emergency items.  Please ensure that your legally required items are approved for your craft, your use, and your location(s).  I’d love if you give your feedback in the comments section below if you’ve had good experiences with these kits and items. Fox 40 Boat Essentials Kit: https://amzn.to/32FoCTY Fox 40 Paddlers […]

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10 Lessons Learned of a Middle-Aged YouTuber

If you have ever thought about starting a YouTube channel, you should.  Why not start this week?  There are many approaches to being a “YouTuber” or a content creator, and the frequency of releasing material will be up to you.  For me, this Better Preparedness channel is an extension of my work in emergency management […]

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How I voted in the Canadian Federal Elections from the African bush! Your elected leaders should lead when there is a crisis.

Always exercise your right to vote! Your elected leaders will be the ones leading the response to crises and disasters in your city, province/state, and country. Join me as I vote in the 2019 Canadian Federal Elections from the southern African and discuss the importance of voting to people across the African continent.

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Easy Guide to Doing the 2020 Cape Town Cycle Tour || World’s Biggest Cycling Race

The Cape Town Cycle Tour is a bucket list cycling event but how do you enter and have better chances of enjoying and completing it? Cape Town, South Africa, is the setting of the world’s largest bike race. I’ll take you through it. My goal is for you to go better prepared for a fun […]

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Easy Guide for a Minimalist Travel Scuba Diving Kit?

This is a minimalist travel scuba diving kit that you can build so that if you have the chance to go scuba diving, you have the essentials with you. Sometimes life provides the opportunity to go diving but you need to have certain certification, safety, and comfort items with you. I have my Minimalist Travel […]

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How often do you see Bears, Moose, Deer, Wolves and Coyotes in Canada?

In movies and documentaries, you see bears, moose, deer, wolves and coyotes up close in Canada and the United States. When in the wilderness, I find it’s hit and miss whether one sees these animals and when. Join me for a trail run in back-country and discussion about seeing these amazing animals. What wildlife do […]

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Two 2019 Canadian Wilderness Searches – Lost Hikers versus Evading Murder Suspects

Two lost young women hikers in Ontario’s vast Algonquin Park and two young male murder suspects evading authorities across Canada’s north present very different wilderness search contexts.  I look at the differences between the two searches, the searchers, the communities, and potential lasting effects on all concerned.

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