http://wwwsurvivalbros.com makes instant coffee with an emergency water packet at Loowit Lookout near Mt. St. Helens in Washington State. Plus, Cameron McKirdy drinks a cup of coffee in a single gulp. Subscribe for more!
Mount St. Helens Hiking Trail
Produced By Cameron McKirdy for Survival Bros
Risking my life to film a gorgeous waterfall near Seaside, Oregon. Have you found this spot? It has a nasty 60 foot drop. Be careful if you do visit. Don’t say you weren’t warned of the dangers.
Thompson Falls in Seaside, Oregon
Filmed By Cameron McKirdy
Watching a mobile home burn to the ground, with explosions. This accident happened on the way home from Portland to Seaside, Oregon. Filmed for Cam’s emergency preparedness blog http://www.survivalbros.com
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