In Blog #Miscellaneous


In Blog #Clothing #Do It Yourself #Emergency Communications #Food #Shelter #Supplies #Survival Skills #Tools #Video #Weaponry

[VIDEO] Like Digging A Ditch With A Pocket Knife

We often think bugout bag and commo when pulling things together in preparation for an emergency situation, government collapse or other survival consideration. The below video presented by MainePrepper & NursePrepper provides some practical but rarely immediately thought about Prepper necessities. You can dig a ditch with a pocket knife but it's gonna take a while. Check out the video and let us know what you think.

In Clothing #Do It Yourself #Food #Personal Safety #Shelter #Supplies #Survival Skills #Tools #Weaponry

Are You Preppared?

In Blog #Clothing #Do It Yourself #Food #Shelter #Supplies #Survival Skills #Tools #Video #Weaponry

[VIDEO] Why Bugging Out Is More Complicated Than You Think

You might hear all the time about why bugging out just makes you a refugee and leaving everything you own is just insane. The reality is that like it or not you might not have a choice. By definition it would make you a refugee, but with proper planning it wouldn’t be the vision we have in our heads of hundreds of people lined up to cross a border or enter a FEMA camp. The reason a good bug out plan is necessary is to avoid these situations at all costs. Let’s take a look at some of the areas...

In Blog #Building #Do It Yourself #Emergency Communications #Food #Miscellaneous #Miscellaneous #Personal Safety #Shelter #Supplies #Survival Skills #Tools #Weaponry

After SHTF

After SHTF it's not time to plan, it's time to put the plans you have into practice. Starting with assessing the current situation, taking inventory of your stored and stockpiled supplies and then determining what members of your community are available and what their needs are (because they probably have not prepared anywhere near the level you have. When SHTF first hits and everyone is scrambling to feed themselves and to simply survive, you won’t see many people out wandering around I’m...

In Blog #Do It Yourself #Miscellaneous #Supplies #Survival Skills #Tools

Basic Tools Needed in Your Prepper Survival Kit

Onе of thе wоrѕt thіngѕ аbоut having an emergency рrераrеdnеѕѕ tool kіt thаt уоu dіdn't реrѕоnаllу аѕѕеmblе is thе fact thаt you mау have nо іdеа whу ѕоmе оf thе іtеmѕ аrе in іt оr hоw to uѕе thеm. In order tо prepare fоr аnу disaster, уоu hаvе to thіnk thrоugh your needs аnd then mеntаllу rеhеаrѕе a fеw dіffеrеnt ѕсеnаrіоѕ. One idea to bесоmе bеttеr рrераrеd fоr аnу dіѕаѕtеr оr еmеrgеnсу...

In Blog #Do It Yourself #Food #Miscellaneous #Miscellaneous #Survival Skills

DIY: How To Make A Non-Electric Refrigerator

Lеаrnіng tо thіnk lіkе a Prepper оr a Survіvаlіѕt involves a lоt mоrе thаn just buуіng guns аnd саmоuflаgе clothing. Thіnkіng like a рrерреr means thаt you аrе trуіng tо ѕtау one step аhеаd оf what is hарреnіng аnd соnѕtаntlу focusing оn thе рrіоrіtіеѕ оf survival and life. There are many basic needs that have been bettered by industrialism and one of those items is refrigeration. In the event of an emergency situation, natural catastrophe...

In Blog #Do It Yourself #Education #Emergency Communications #Miscellaneous #Personal Safety #Supplies #Survival Skills #Tools #Weaponry

[VIDEO] Top 10 Skills for Preppers

Survivalist and Preppers don't just wake up one more and decide it's time. Over time, they begin to accumulate and plan for the a bugout or doomsday. This way, they don't have to get ready - they stay ready.  If you are a new or even a seasoned Prepper, here are the top 10 skills you need to ensure you have for the inevitable event. After you check out the video, let us know what you think at:

In Blog #Building #Do It Yourself #Miscellaneous #Shelter

Shelter In Place

The Treehotel has five rooms (the one shown below being the Bird's Nest), each with a completely different design. There's no place like home but if you have to temporarily or permanently take shelter elsewhere, which would you choose? Give us your opinion of which location you choose in these images and provide us with a pix of your current or preferred shelter at: Shelter #1  

In Do It Yourself #Emergency Communications #Food #Survival Skills

Just Knowing It’s Coming Is Not Enough

  According to the CDC... Prepare an Emergency Food Supply Keep foods that: Have a long storage life Require little or no cooking, water, or refrigeration, in case utilities are disrupted Meet the needs of babies or other family members who are on special diets Meet pets' needs Are not very salty or spicy, as these foods increase the need for drinking water, which may be in short supply   How To Store Emergency Food A disaster can easily disrupt the food supply...