Member since February 02, 2012
I grew up in Southern California, but Idaho is where I feel at home. I currently live in Virginia. I have a seriously hot wife who is everything I ever wanted in a woman. I love to do anything that gets me outdoors, but I especially love to hunt and fish. I enjoy training hunting dogs, particularly pointing breeds (GSP, GWP) and Retrievers (Goldens), and am considering also moving in to Search and Rescue training. The mountains are my therapy. I studied survival and buschcraft under one of the premiere teachers in North America. I make knives from scrap steel and wrestle bears in my spare time. (well, i don't actually wrestle bears, but perhaps one day I will.) I hope to get in to the competitive shooting world one of these days, as shooting is one of my passions. I am a self-described 'Jack of All Trades' and enjoy working with my hands. I'm in to tactical and survival gear, and really enjoy sharing my knowledge of the outdoors with people who want to be self sufficient. I'm a firm believer in limited Government. I am a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
I have enjoyed using Gentlemint to share things that I'm interested in and find new ideas from other people.
JerCon (aka Jereme Conley )
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I am drawn to the name for obvious reasons.
How To Make A 5 Gallon Bucket Hydroelectric Generator
How to make glow in the dark acrylic paint! Because glow in the dark paint is cool! That's why!
How to make: http://www.craftlikethis.com/glow-dark-acrylic-paint/
I like the zombie-edition shotgun.
Me: This move is called Sunrise, Sunset.
Client: Oh, funny. I was in Fiddler on the Roof many years ago. I didn’t realize it would come back to haunt me in this form.
Some great exercises have very unusual names. Here are my top 5 most oddly-named exercises.
Every Thursday I post a "quick and dirty" workout challenge called Thursday Throwdowns! This one hits chest, shoulders, biceps and triceps. I challenge you to this 5-minute throwdown!
“Wilderness areas are first of all a series of sanctuaries for the primitive arts of wilderness travel, especially canoeing and packing. I suppose some will wish to debate whether it is important to keep these primitive arts alive. I shall not debate it. Either you know it in your bones ...
Near smokeless duel efficient dual fuel stove. Use sticks or alcohol.
Made this, it words really well!
Made this, it works along with some char-cloth
Smaller Axe for lighter trips and more delicate work.
Swedish Axe for the budget minded
This is incredible! Take some time to imagine the moments leading up to this from the deer's perspective.
If it was good enough for the Vikings it's good enough for me.