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Good habits and routines can determine your reactions in an emergency. Years ago when I was on the fire department, I responded to a fire in an elementary school. Now this school was in session and this was a fairly …Read More...
Google Earth is an interesting website that can help you with your prepping. It provides satellite views of just about anywhere on earth. It is kind of like having your own satellite, but unfortunately, it is not in real time …Read More...
I know people who have a bug out location (BOL) that they plan to camp in case of a major disaster or economic collapse. Now most of these are in relatively remote areas with wildlife including bears. If you are …Read More...
Every day I learn something new, yesterday, I put up a post on padlocks Padlocks and Hasps Need to be of Good Quality to Prevent Theft. As a result of that post, I spent part of yesterday with a …Read More...
If you have a bug out location or storage shed, chances are you are using a padlock and hasp to secure all or part of the location. Now padlocks are good tools if you understand their limitations. No padlock is …Read More...
The other day I was talking to people about binoculars and found out how little the average person understands the differences in them. In a TEOTWAWKI situation, a good pair of binoculars may turn out to be an extremely important …Read More...
Today I was setting around looking at a Cabela’s advertisement for hunting blinds. This got me to thinking of all the potential uses of a good blind. Properly made hunting blinds can give you good camouflage while hunting for game. …Read More...
Many people keep valuables at home that include, firearms, gold, silver, jewelry, cash, pictures and important papers. Having been in many burned homes, I have seen the results of fire damage to them and the resulting loss. The majority …Read More...
Most of us know our area quite well in the daytime. But when was the last time you walked around your neighborhood in the pitch dark? Everything looks different when you are using your night vision. It is easy …Read More...