I recently found out that Creek Stewart from Apocabox was offering a few specials and I wanted to let you know about them right away. I am not affiliated with Apocabox or Creek Stewart. I simply believe in his mission to teach others about survival and life skills. I believe in the idea that “if you give a man a fish then he will eat for a day, and if you teach a man to fish then he will eat for a lifetime”. I want to encourage other families to check out the life skills and survival skills challenges that he teaches. My family has been blessed to learn from him and all of these skills are useful and could help you in a survival situation someday.
Anyway, the free offer was for a folding survival saw that fits in your back pack. I watched his video about the saw and ordered one to put into my husband’s Father’s Day gift. The saw is FREE, but you do pay $3.95 for shipping and handling through the offer on his website, and he will send it out to you. If the offer is not posted on the front page of his website, then it is over.
After placing that order, there was another notice for a Special Edition Apocabox ONE TIME OFFER. If you decide you want it too, then both orders will be billed and shipped together. Creek Stewart has loaded a box with almost $200 worth of leftover gear from previous boxes and he will send it out for the standard $50 Apocabox price. He is hoping that after folks get this and try out the gear, they will want to join. But there is no commitment needed, it is a one time offer. One other offer pops up after that for the entire collection of Creek’s pocket survival guides at a huge discount.
I watched two of his videos he made, one is about the knife and one is about the gear he included in the One Time Offer Special Edition Apocabox, and I thought both of these would make a nice addition to my husband’s Father’s Day gift. He will have some really nice items to use for camping, hunting, fishing, and to keep some gear in his vehicle if he ever needs it.
I am waiting for my order to arrive and I am hoping it arrives today or tomorrow so the kids and I can give it to my husband for Father’s Day. I was sent an email yesterday that it has shipped.
I wanted to get this note out to other homeschool families and other folks who might be interested. Creek Stewart said this is a One Time Offer. It won’t last long and supply will run out soon. It is a first come first serve basis. So once the supplies are gone, the offer will be over. I will post a story about the contents of this box after it arrives.
More about Apocabox:
Apocabox by survival instructor Creek Stewart, is a DIY Survival Skills or you could think of it as a Survival School In A Box. It is shipped bimonthly to your door (Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, and Dec) for a cost of $50. Each box has a different theme for the skills being taught.
We joined the bimonthly subscription at the beginning of this year and have received the Feb 2018 Mass Exodus and April 2018 Silent Hunter boxes so far. We are waiting for the June 2018 Flat Line box to arrive. Flat Line is a first aid theme and we are looking forward to learning more. I had researched the Apocabox service months before joining and watched several of Creek Stewart’s videos. Then we joined when it fit best into our budget.
We are using Apocabox for a life skills curriculum with our kids. There are 8 of us in the family, and we are all learning together. All of us have enjoyed learning, and when you work on these projects together as a family, it draws you closer. I would also say my husband and our teenage boys have been really challenged and motivated with this learning adventure.
Within the boxes we’ve received so far, there have been around 10-12 skills to learn in a pocket survival guide, one or two special skills that are sent with raw materials and templates and instructions in the main newsletter, plus links to exclusive training videos, and 5-10 survival gear items. To do the other skills in the pocket guide you will need to source your own materials, or the skill being learned might involve practicing with one of the gear items in the box, or it might involve making something like a survival kit for your backpack or vehicle with the gear that is included. For our family the cost equals out to be about $50 box / 10 lessons (average) = $5 per new skill lesson / 8 people = 0.625 per lesson per person every other month. So it has been a very affordable learning program for us so far. However, I don’t think his boxes always include the pocket survival guides and when they don’t, there is less instruction / guidance to learn from. I do wish he would include a pocket guide in every box, but it is what it is. It is possible to find enough instruction in other places to make up the difference.
Anyway, I have shared 3 stories about these boxes so far, and if you want to learn more about it, see these posts:
Creek Stewart has several services where he shares his knowledge and skills with others:
Outdoor Survival School called Willow Haven
Author of several books and survival guides available on his website and amazon.
Creator of numerous survival skills videos on Youtube
Host of S.O.S. How To Survive (on the weather channel)
Host of Fat Guys In The Woods (on the weather channel)
Apocabox bimonthly service
Wild Edible of the Month Club
Surivival Skill of the Month Club
And he has a couple of online stores where he sells various survival products from books to knives to camping and survival equipment and more. You can find all of this information including the special offers on his main website for CreekStewart.com and also learn more about the Apocabox subscription membership on myapocabox.com
Bottom line: there is a special time limited opportunity to get a Free Folding Survival Saw offer and if you order the saw, there is an additional opportunity that will appear on your computer dashboard to get the One Time Offer Special Edition Apocabox from Creek Stewart if you are interested. I want to encourage homeschool families to check out the services Creek Stewart has to offer and see if it might be a good fit for your family.