As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, we go away for a couple of weeks every year and while we *could* purchase our food, we bring most of it. What we can’t bring, we purchase at the camp store, fresh. When we go, I set up a kitchen tent as it’s a lot easier to have one […]
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By Brad Allen from LiveReady.co There is an unfortunate reality that the complexity of modern society leaves us vulnerable to disruptions of our food, power, water, medical, and communications systems. These disruptions can occur quickly and from a variety of threats, many of which are difficult to imagine given the tranquility we have come to […]
Guest Post written by: Mike Thomas From possible economic collapse to potential terrorist attacks and natural disasters, there’s been increasing interest in preparing for such events. Having a bug out bag is an essential item that survivalists as well as government agencies such as FEMA recommend an individual put together. What exactly to put in […]
Life can hold many uncertainties, so being prepared is just common sense. Disasters, whether natural or man-made, can turn our normal daily life around very quickly. The basic requirements for human survival are, of course, food, water, and shelter, with power being an almost necessary convenience. Preparing for loss of power, water, and food […]
What a “Get Home Bag” is and why everyone should have one. Written by Stephanie Dayle. A Get Home Bag could be a life saver if we are ever faced with a true disaster. Everyone who travels away from home on a regular bases should have one assembled and ready as part of their personal […]
Host: Denob “The Prepared Canadian” Your home is your castle and I’m sure, like me, you don’t plan to leave it all behind unless you absolutely have to. Sometimes though, bugging out is the only option, and the decision to do so may be made for you either by evacuation orders or the nature of […]
When I think of bartering supplies my mind automatically goes to a SHTF scenario. There are a lot of list out there for such scenes, but ultimately what you choose to barter is up to you. Many people stock things like silver, gold, cigarettes or alcohol or coffee. While these can be great items, they are also expensive.