Survival Bros visit Yogi Tea headquarters in Springfield, near Eugene, Oregon. Go there to get your own freebie sample packets of natural, and organic goodness. The street address is shown in the HD video production. Yogi Tea has an enormous basket of bags waiting for the taking. You can’t beat free drinks. If it’s caffeine you crave, get the Energy variety teas. Best wishes.
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Survival Bros gets 26 different free samples in his local Costco shopping center on HD video. This total number doesn’t reflect when Cam swooped up multiple trial bites of the same item. You’re allowed to take more than one, as long as it’s on the tray. All of this complementary grub made a full meal, but he is still hungry. Cam didn’t even purchase any stuff, and doesn’t have a Costco membership card. Get access with a Costco Gift Card, then sample up, or buy an inexpensive meal at the food court deli.
Try going at the end of the day for extra samples. They are trying to get rid of the products before closing time. What’s your favorite line from this production? Leave a comment. You can also subscribe at the top left to get free articles delivered to your email inbox. Survival Bros doesn’t Spam, but we do store it just in case. Mmmmm. More crazy adventures coming on this blog. Cheers.
Free Food Samples List:
1. Cinnamon Rolls x 2
2. Meat Balls with Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
3. Buffalo Bites with Blue Cheese Dressing
4. Unknown Baked Roll
6. Doritos Chips
7. Juice x 2
8. Kielbasa Road Show Beef x 3
9. Flavored Water x 3
10. Pretzels with Cream Cheese Spread
11. Chicken Salad
12. Guacamole on Pita Bread
13. Digestive Health Gummies
14. Airborne Immune Supplements
15. Whey Protein Drink
16. Lentils and Rice
17. Dave’s Killer Bread Cheese Sandwich
18. Cherry Almond Cereal
19. Veggie Patties
20. Organic Pot Stickers
21. Mini Tacos
22. Egg Rolls
23. Hot Sriracha Chicken Bites
24. Soy Milk
25. Trail Mix
From: Cameron McKirdy
As you can see in this HD video, nobody beats up gear like me. I took the new Kershaw Secret Agent knife to the beach, and put it through a rigorous torture test. I sliced, and stabbed ocean debris washed ashore in Long Beach, Washington.
Flashing the tool with the protective sheath on!
Model Number 4007, the Secret Agent isn’t flashy. It’s functional. The spear point blade has a black-oxide coating for protection against corrosion. Additionally, the surface is non-reflective. So it won’t catch light, or be easy to see. Both sides come sharpened, making it easy to puncture nearly any material. The Secret Agent handled rope, plastic, aluminum, fiberglass, and even a dead jellyfish! After the beating, it was still sharp, and the tip showed little wear. Of course, knives don’t like sand, so I plan to sharpen it for the first time, or I can send it back to the KAI warehouse to get it cleaned up for free. I’ve stopped by Kershaw headquarters in Tualatin, Oregon (South of Portland) before for a hassle free repair, which took less than an hour.
This knife is a favorite in my collection because it’s lightweight at only 3 ounces. The ergonomic handle is glass-filled nylon. It’s well balanced. Fitting securely in my palm, without being too wide. Plus, with a rubberized, textured grip, it’s not going to slip out of my hand. You can wear it on a lanyard, or strapped to your leg. Blade length is perfect, and no joke at 4.4 inches long. The black sheath is quality, with a wide, tight clip. At under $40, the Kershaw Secret Agent knife may be the best value in the industry. Don’t forget Kershaw Knives’ products are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty against manufacturing defects. Bottom line: The Secret Agent belongs in your Every Day Carry knife rotation. It’s Survival Bros tested and approved. For more HD videos, SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. Thank you.
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By Cameron McKirdy
After watching this HD video guide, you’ll know the type of stuff in a Bug-Out Bag. His example works for his needs. People create these emergency preparedness backpacks with survival gear just in case of a disaster. It’s important to have supplies like these items listed handy. Keep them secure.
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By Cameron McKirdy
See what car living is like for a gypsy travelling on the road in HD video. I think he has a great gear setup for van dwelling. I’m jealous of his sink, with a clever gravity fed water system, harnessing an inexpensive solar shower. Plus, his lighting setup works, and didn’t cost much, thanks to a trip to Dollar Tree. You can’t tell Hugh is in there either, since it’s a cargo van without side rear windows. The dark exterior paint color blend into the darkness, making him more stealth. I like what he has done to insulate the metal sides with cardboard and aluminum tape. Hugh knows the cardboard is organic material, and will eventually decompose, but it’s easy to replace with fresh insulation later. Even the interior wall panels are stuffed with recycled shopping bags for added warmth. We list all of the car camping items for you to spark your imagination, but is there anything you’d add to the recreational vehicle? More van dwelling videos on the way. Stay tuned to Survival Bros.
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Mitsubishi Fuso FG 140 4×4 truck spotted in Seaside, Oregon! This emergency preparedness rig has an ideal setup for extreme mobile living, and protection from undead zombies among us. Would you car camp in this monster? It looks comfortable, and well designed. It may be bigger than I’d want for bugging out, and I don’t know about the color, but it’s an excellent truck platform to work from. The Fuso just needs a snorkel if it’s going to spend the winter on the Oregon Coast. I didn’t see a camera system installed either for extra security.
This beast looks like a completely custom job, made to be multi-purpose. There’s few places it couldn’t go on Earth. I’d love to hear what you have to say about this setup in the comment section, or on our YouTube channel. I’m sure this vehicle will be on the road for a long time, baring an unforeseen marauders, or natural disasters, etc. Please FOLLOW Cameron McKirdy Productions by entering your email! Stay tuned for more emergency preparedness news, because you can’t know what’s around the corner.
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An Elite Bug-Out Vehicle visiting the Oregon Coast at Seaside, OR
By Cameron McKirdy
Survival Bros sleeps in a 1986 Volkswagen Vanagon GL, down by the Columbia River for free. There’s a row of RV parking near the Safeway gas station in Astoria, OR. It’s an ideal place for travelers to crash without having to drop big bucks on a hotel. This location is something for car campers to consider when visiting Clatsop County. There’s not many spots where you can camp overnight within city limits, since being homeless is a (victimless) crime. Find out if the Army of sea lions drove me crazy from all the noise. More van dwelling videos, and tips on our emergency preparedness blog http://www.survivalbros.com
My recreation vehicle parked next to other gypsies resting at Safeway in Astoria, OR
By Cameron McKirdy
The colors! Witness a double rainbow going into the Pacific Ocean. Filmed in HD on the Prom near 12th Ave. in Seaside, Oregon. I had to chase down these spectacular rainbows in my VW van, and record this silly video for you. This is one of my favorite spots in down to hang out, and people watch. For more adventures, car camping videos, and product reviews visit http://www.survivalbros.com
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Scary GoPro Black High-Definition video footage at Devil’s Cauldron from Survival Bros. Shot with my HD Head Camera on, while walking above a rocky cliff near the Oregon Coast Trail. This state long hiking trail follows the shore, and includes sections on paved Highway 101. These cliffs are close to the Neahkahnie Mountain trail head. More GoPro videos coming soon on this blog. Exciting, I know!
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Cameron McKirdy takes yet another selfie
By Cameron McKirdy
Survival Bros followers know I’ve been on the road all summer in my 1986 Volkswagen Vanagon GL. It’s ran strong for months straight. I will do a big summer review blog soon, but here’s a van update shot recently on my travels around the Pacific Northwest. Scope out the rest area known as Dismal Nitch. This Washington State Park is a historic location, because The Lewis and Clark Expedition ran into trouble here, and were pinned against the rocks for six grueling days. Harsh winds, and brutal rain pounded The Corps. of Discovery along the mighty Columbia River over 200 years ago.
My overnight stay was much more pleasurable. I was sheltered in my VW bus, protected from the elements. I took advantage of the facilities by dumping my trash, washing my hands and teeth, and cooking on a covered picnic table in grass. Dismal Nitch in WA also features a trail, informative maps, plus plaques about Lewis and Clark. As mentioned in my HD video, you can stay parked for up to 8 hours, but overnight camping, and tenting are not allowed. So keep a low profile, and pick up after yourself. This is an excellent destination for car campers, and travelers on a budget, or just wanting to get away from the static of the city.
I’ve spent the night in my vehicle here maybe six times this summer, and each trip has been a positive experience, and memorable. So it’s Survival Bros tested, and approved. Visit, because it’s probably the only rest area you’ll ever want to take a picture at. Snap a selfie, and post it on Facebook, because I also got great cell phone reception out there. The view of Astoria, and the bountiful river is astonishing, and extremely relaxing. The only cons are lots of lighting in the parking lot, possibly affecting sleepers negatively. The road noise is also noticeable, but luckily the highway is not heavily used. Thanks for supporting my blog! Feel free to comment, like, and share on social networks. Peace and love from the road less traveled.
Lewis and Clark Bronze Sculpture at Dismal Nitch Park in Washington State
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