Heck, most of these might even make it into your kitchen on a regular basis, but if fate hands you a raw deal, look for these best wild edible plants to help sustain…. [Read more…]
Prepping is misunderstood.
It’s not about living in a state of panic, surrendering oneself to pessimism, or shouting about Armageddon.
Survival prepping is about responsibility. [Read more…]
Today we have highly advanced warning systems. Hurricanes, winter storms are rarely a surprise but is anyone listening?
It’s a shocking stat but 53% of US households don’t have a three-day supply of nonperishable food. 53% is over half.
The key here is non-perishable food items. If you inventoried your food right now you’d realize pickles and frozen, uncooked, burgers won’t work in this type of emergency. You might intend to rush to the store after work, but by then it’s too late. [Read more…]
It is the moments after a horrible disaster.
The radio in your quaint little cabin only reports static on every frequency. Even your old multi-band scanner, which sweeps the emergency bands, produces no updates.
Your wife and kids are huddled up on the couch waiting to hear the news, but still nothing but perpetual static.
This is the moment you have been preparing for. [Read more…]
Maybe you’re worried about the Yellowstone Caldera, otherwise, known as the Yellowstone Supervolcano.
Is there a comet out there aiming for earth?
Are we humans stupid enough to engage in mutually assured annihilation? [Read more…]