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An informative resource for either the lively outside fanatic, who on a regular basis enjoys looking, tenting, fishing, or participates in different open air actions, and for the amateur adventurer trying to extend their open air wisdom.

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As time progressed, early scientists who studied the weather found that as the weather changed so did the pressure and humidity. In the 1600s they devised tools like barometers, thermometers, anemometers, and hygrometers that could measure these values, and they have been used to the current day. With the advent of the Internet and the information age we can get the same information on our phones that the television weatherman does. Fortunately, each of these three eras have lessons to teach us about how to interpret the weather.

Heavier camp gear can be broken down and parceled out to members of a party to lighten the load an individual would otherwise have to carry. Group dynamics are refined through training and analyzing actions together. Each member gets stronger and the group grows stronger as a whole. BE READY Much like the American Revolution, the need to be Minuteman Ready is inevitable. Civil unrest as in the aftermath of events in Ferguson and Baltimore demonstrate the need for mobility. Natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy also point to the importance of bugging out if time allows.

Altocumulus: Result of warm, humid air. Thunderstorms are likely. AMERICAN SURVIVAL GUIDE AUGUST 2015 Altostratus: Gray or bluish clouds, blocking the sun. Mostly dry but can cause moisture buildup. S. Coast Guard and NOAA on channels 16 and 22A. > A gray dawn with foggy valleys indicates — surprise! — a clear day ahead. > A hazy ring around the sun or moon in summer is a reliable sign that the weather pattern is in for a change, usually bringing rain. > A heavy morning or late-evening dew (or frost in cold months) may indicate 12 hours of continued good weather.

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