Suburban Stone Age

Primitive Technology, Sustainable Life



Ancient History of Water Containers

This series has focused on the archaeological timeline of human technologies. We’ve covered most of the basics, such as shelter, fire, and stone tools. But now it is time to diverge from strictly the science, which has really large gaps…


How to Make Cordage In this series, we’ve traced the timeline of human technology back from the earliest tools found over 2 million years ago, through the use of controlled fire, building shelters, and using skins for clothing as far back as 320,00…


Cavemen Dressed Better than You

We are back from Winter break and hope you had a wonderful New Year, Happy 2023! We left on in December talking about the important milestones in human evolution, and how they still can be used today. So Far, we’ve…


Calling it Quits – You Bought Desert Land, Now What?!? Final Episode

Sometimes, the adventure you want is not the adventure you get… For those of you who are new to the channel, four years ago I purchased a vacant lot in the Mojave desert with the hopes of transforming it to…

Stone Age Survival Skills in the Desert- Things got CRAZY out there

In our past videos in this series, we followed the archaeological timeline of ancient human technology. That started with stone tools dating back 2.6 million year ago (or more), the use of controlled fire at around 750,000 years ago, and…

Stone Age Shelters – 400,000 years ago and still Works Today

In our review of ancient primitive technologies, we’ve looked at evidence of stone tools dating back to around 2.6 million years ago, and control of fire from at least as far back as 750,000 years ago. Now we step forward…

Release the Mu-Mus!

Letting the #emus run free is my favorite morning ritual. Gets me hyped and ready to enjoy another day in the #stoneage.


Don’t Mind the Dust!

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