Cam from Survival Bros finds dinner in the woods at Fort Steven State Park in Hammond, Oregon. He ate this mushroom with homemade spaghetti sauce and pasta. More foraging, and outdoor blogs on http://www.survivalbros.com
Cameron McKirdy discovered this naturally occurring fairy ring deep in the forest
Cameron McKirdy from http://www.survivalbros.com saves a wild duck with the help of The Humane Society of Cowlitz County.
http://www.survivalbros.com Cameron McKirdy prepares for a real tsunami on the Oregon Coast!!! Our prayers are with Japan, and everyone affected by this natural disaster.
The McKenzie River Trail may be the best mountain biking spot on earth. I had the chance to smash it, and here’s the proof. I strapped on my GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition camera, and went for it. No helmet! Yeah, I believe in myself, but I was close to death a few times. I chose life. What a wonderful day. Enjoy the HD video footage. I hope you get a chance to visit this Oregon playground soon. If so, make sure to visit the Cougar Hot Springs nearby. More about my trip on Survival Bros, my emergency preparedness blog. Peace and love. – Cam
Que pasa? I just kicked Saddle Mountain’s butt. This weekend I packed up my gear, loaded the truck with extra weight, and charged one of Oregon’s greatest hikes. This is my movie of the Survival Bros adventure. The view was amazing, and I even caught the sunset. I hope you enjoy my high definition footage. It was fun to film. On the way down I tested three lights from LED Lenser. With them, I was able to get down in the dark, no problem. Read about the trip, and check out my full product reviews on http://www.survivalbros.com Thanks amigos.
Here’s my latest and greatest movies for my emergency preparedness website http://www.survivalbros.com The community is taking off. I recently backpacked to the Hiker’s Cabins on Tillamook Head, and rafted down the Nehalem River in Oregon. Peep them all, and feel free to comment. Thanks for visiting my video production site. Peace. Cam
My friends and I have been foraging. Nothing beats fresh, free food. That’s why we recently camped at Fort Stevens State Park in Hammond Oregon. There we found tons of mushrooms, both edible and poisonous.
I created these videos to show you our Survival Bros adventures. The first HD video production shows us roaming the park, and discovering fungi. The second video below is a slideshow of pictures taken at the park. Third is a video I made featuring Park Ranger Dane Osis lecturing, followed by a quick hunt around Coffenbury Lake. The last video is more footage of us learning about mushrooms, and cutting them to take home.
Peep http://www.survivalbros.com for my full blog on the foray into the woods. Enjoy. Visit this site regularly for more of my videos and Art. Thanks.
– Cameron McKirdy