By Cam The Cuddler from CuddleLife.com
Cameron McKirdy with Rick McCrank creating Abandoned Ep. 5 on VICELAND
Look out for Oregonian Cameron McKirdy on VICELAND’s “Abandoned” episode #5 called Nuclear Waste. It’s a new travel documentary type show featuring deserted places. I guided the VICE TV crew around our area, and shared my story. Producers from British Columbia, Canada filmed the host, Professional Skateboarder Rick McCrank and I discussing preparations for a nuclear disaster, and a tsunami. VICE and I took my Volkswagon van for a ride along the ocean in Long Beach, Washington looking for shelter, plus debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami.
Over two days we built emergency preparedness kits with ammo boxes to bury in the ground along escape routes, like I have shown on my YouTube Channel called Survival Bros. We scavenged free health food samples from A Gypsy’s Whimsy, and purchased essential gear items to cache at more stores located in Astoria and Seaside, OR. The #survival kit I helped McCrank build should help him endure a disaster if he keeps it close by. I always have my emergency Go-Bag with me.
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Cam hugs pro skater Rick McCrank of VICELAND TV
Cuddling Cuddle Up To Me’s Samantha Hess in Portland, OR
VICELAND’S HD Camera Gear by Cam’s Volkswagen Vanagon
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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.
Survival Bros Challenge: Make an emergency Go Bag kit like this, and give it to a loved one. Have fun loading out a backpack. Please share this video with a friend, comment, and like.
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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.