When it comes to survival, covering your bases is the most important first step: make sure you have a ready source of water, shelter, and food and you’re good to go for the long haul… but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few non-essentials that start to feel essential after a while.
Little things like having a fork and spoon to eat with can go a long way toward making you feel less like you’re scraping by and more like you’re thriving. What does Rad use for that? The Ozark Trail 7 in 1 Hobo Tool — and not just because it’s got a kick ass name.
Here’s Rad to tell you about it:
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