Planning To Evacuate The City When The SHTF

planning to evacuate the city when the shtf

As it has been shown in history, evacuation announcements come at a moment’s notice and having your gear ready means you’ll be that much ahead of the crowds already choking the roads out of town.

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How To Buy A Canoe – Tips And Recommendations

how to buy a canoe – tips and recommendations

Nothing beats a canoe for good times on the water, or for bad times during emergencies. I did quite a bit of research before I bought my canoe, and I’m very pleased with it. I took the time to learn what would handle the best and do what I wanted it to do.

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Putting Together A Seventy-two-hour Kit And Other Tips

putting together a seventy two hour kit and other tips

As someone who has established a self-sufficient lifestyle, you understand the world you live in has no certainties. Storms may damage your food and water supplies, a particularly harsh winter may readily deplete your heating sources, and a power grid failure can put a strain on even the most eco-friendly homes.

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Shelter In Place or Bug Out?

shelter in place or bug out

Stay or go? This is the first and sometimes most difficult question we may have to ask ourselves in an emergency. Emergency events are not only disruptive to our physical situation, but they are also disruptive to our mental status as they can happen anytime, anywhere and to anyone.

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Bugging Out With Camels

bugging out with camels

This article is not meant to be a joke. On the opposite, it finds its roots in one of the most underrated chapters of America’s history.

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Is A Cave A Good Bug Out Shelter?

is a cave a good bug out shelter

Code blue! You need to bug out to keep your loved ones safe. You head for the hills, and luckily you find a cave. Can you stay in it? Is it smart to do so?

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Dealing With Bees In The Wilderness

dealing with bees in the wilderness

Strength in numbers is a clichéd expression, yet it’s still vitally important when discussing organisms that can possibly kill you on contact. The enemies in question are bees, and they can be one of the most underestimated adversaries you face in the great outdoors or even in your very own backyard.

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Recipes For The Simple Pioneer Breakfast

recipes for the simple pioneer breakfast

If you need a lot of energy to sustain yourself throughout a day filled with tough chores, eating a hearty, healthy breakfast is crucial. How about we look back at our ancestors and try a few simple recipes for a tasty pioneer breakfast?

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Essential Survival Skills for Bugging Out in the Outdoors

essential survival skills for bugging out in the outdoors

Mental, physical, and practical preparedness are the Prepper’s first tasks. Sizing up situations and risks comes immediately after. Every scenario has its own features, and an emergency situation is constantly changing.

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How To Create A Natural Shelter

how to create a natural shelter

Friction is necessary. Ease of life leads to complacency and the atrophy of the human will and spirit. Within our struggles lives our strength, within our trials lives our triumphs. Friction creates a platform for change, generates heat and or fervor and creates a motivational charge that gives us an opportunity to be better”- Jason Versey

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Cooking With A Reflector Oven In The Wilderness

cooking with a reflector oven in the wilderness

For anyone with a love of food and fires, one of the key pleasures of outdoor living must be cooking. Little provides as much enjoyment in camp as producing a good meal. Even those who don’t care much for the process will appreciate the results. If local ingredients can provide at least part of the feast, so much the better.

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Small Vehicle Options For Hunting, Patrolling Your Property Or Bugging Out

Small Vehicle Options For Hunting, Patrolling Your Property Or Bugging Out

Since the first time man attached the wheel onto an axle, I would wager he was already thinking about how this invention could help him travel faster and farther while carrying a bigger payload. Fast forward some 5,000 years, and not much about that thought process has really changed.

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Do This When Getting Your Vehicle Stuck Off-Road

Do This When Getting Your Vehicle Stuck Off Road

Just to show you how good I am at getting stuck, I’ve been stuck in mud puddles, lakes, and streams. I’ve been snick in the middle of plowed fields and the middle of county roads. I’ve been stuck in clay-soil gumbo, sandy-soil uplands, and most other kinds of soil in between.

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