If you ever built something in your life, you know that planning is the most important part of any construction project. Building a shelter in the wild is no different than any other homestead project. You shouldn’t rush headlong into the building phase without proper planning. Before you chose a site for your shelter and start cutting down trees you should make sure you have the following covered.
If you live on the east coast, chances are that you will be hit by a hurricane and only by keeping your eyes on the local and National Weather forecasters you can stay safe and face well what’s coming. Even if you are following the forecasts 24/7 in order for you and your family to survive a hurricane, the first thing you have to do, is to educate yourself. It’s better to know in advance how to deal with a hurricane and acquire the knowledge of people who went through a hurricane experience.
Earth’s north and south extremities are among the most inhospitable places on the planet. Even in summer months, temperatures are near freezing and winds reach up to 200 miles an hour, so you can imagine the cold is the biggest killer here. What would one have to do in order to survive in these unwelcoming places? How would you stay alive if you’re freezing to death?