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Category Archives: safety
A while back, my daughter sent me several survival items for my birthday; one of them was the Storm Safety whistle. This is by far the loudest whistle that I have ever encountered. My grandkids and wife scatter when they …Read More...
A reader C.E. Harris sent me this article about staying in touch while out hiking or camping. These same principals will work under many different situations.
An essential safety step to any outdoor activity is letting a responsible person …Read More...
The other day I was talking with one of my grandchildren, who is going camping with his scout troop in a couple of days. We got into a discussion of how to decide where to build your camp. I soon …Read More...
Ropes are not all the same. Climbing ropes are dynamic – they are …Read More...
I received a few comments on yesterday’s blog that I would like to address. First is the subject of sliding glass doors. Personally, I would get rid of one as soon as I could afford it, but there are some …Read More...
With all the talk about generators lately, it is time to talk about safely storing fuel. The majority of generators are gasoline powered. A few are powered on tri fuel (propane, natural gas or gasoline) a few are on just …Read More...
Watching Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast shows just how vulnerable we are to things beyond our control, storms, fire, earthquakes and man made disasters. You can have all the preps you could possible need to bug in, but if …Read More...
I spent a fair amount of time talking to and helping others prepare and one thing I see is that many people have no idea of how fast a disaster can over take them. Just …Read More...
I recently received some information on the location of nuclear reactors and nuclear waste storage areas. The big surprise was to find that a small research reactor is located much closer to my location that I had previously thought. The …Read More...