Frank is the adventurous type who loves the wildness of Africa.
He is a homesteader, a beekeeper, a knifemaker, and a blogger!
His interests are wide-ranging and diverse and he is always interested in learning
He is a homesteader, survivalist, and prepper. His early career was spent in the IT industry and he ran his own IT services business for many years.
A yearning to go back to his roots led him to change direction and move into the tourism sector where he worked as a safari guide in the Kruger National Park and was involved in all things wildlife related.
He enjoys working on honing bushcraft skills, spending time outdoors in the African bush.
Self-sufficient living is a passion of his as well as homesteading, growing his own food and living a natural, off-grid lifestyle.
Feel free to check out some of his writing samples below.
Dire circumstances may prompt us to do things and try things that ordinarily we would not consider doing. But even though circumstances may warrant doing unusual things, we still need to have an understanding as to what would be beneficial and what has more hazards than health benefits. Food is an important resource when you…
Keeping bees is a regular activity on a homestead, or even for preppers, but many people are not sure how to manage their beehives. There may be a misconception that since bees are wild animals, they can be left to their own devices, and they will happily produce honey that you can simply harvest periodically….
Many people wear a paracord bracelet, some just because they like it, and others because they know its potential in a survival situation. Have you considered how to use an emergency paracord bracelet? Would you know how to use it if and when you need it? A paracord bracelet has many applications in an emergency…