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Category Archives: Shelter
Wind chill is a measure of the combined effects of wind and temperature. Temperature alone does not give a true indication of the impact of cold. The human body loses heat through convection, evaporation, conduction, and radiation. Wind chill has …Read More...
Depending on the climate, that you live in, heating your home in an emergency may be a matter of life or death. Where I live it would be cold, but with dressing warmly, I could survive in my home …Read More...
The other day I was reading a Field expedient handbook published at the U.S. Army Infantry School back in the 1960’s. These are interesting little books with lots of good knowledge. If you run across field expedient handbooks for sale …Read More...
As I get older, reality sets in. Years ago, when I was much younger I felt as many of you that I could take my backpack and head into the wilderness and survive. As I got older and learned more …Read More...
We all stock food, water, medical and the other standard supplies. But what do you stock in case your home needs a bit of first aid. Do you stock home repair supplies? Your home can be damaged from many causes …Read More...
It is still Sept and we have already had snow in the Sierra’s and I see strange weather in many parts of the world. If you live in the northern hemisphere now is a good time to winterize your …Read More...
Two years ago this month I posted a blog on emergency radios; a lot of this information is a repeat of what I discussed then. As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog you need a radio that is NOAA equipped. After …Read More...
Watching the tornado in Oklahoma reminds me of when I lived in the Midwest (Michigan and Illinois). Every summer we would worry about the thunderstorms and the tornadoes that went with them. While our home was never hit, I spend …Read More...