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I am fascinated by old books written by the pioneers, and every so often, I am lucky enough to find one that gives information that is useful for preparedness. Today I found a book written in 1907 called “Deadfalls and …Read More...
In any kind of a large-scale emergency, whether financial, EMP or some something else that causes large scale disruptions, a lot of people will turn their pets lose. Now I know that many of you will suggest that they should …Read More...
One question that always intrigues me is what kind of knife people carry? I normally always carry at least three knifes. They consist of a Leatherman Wave, an older Gerber multi tools and a Spyderco.
I have been carrying the …Read More...
Signal mirrors have been used by the Worlds Militaries for many years. Some armies used them as recently as in the 1960’s. They were used by the resistance against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and probably have been used against …Read More...
A compass is something that all of us should have in our bug out bags or survival kits. But being human we make mistakes and either lose or forget things.
If you can see the stars, it is fairly simple. …Read More...
Alternate Uses for Things Like Pencils and First Aid Dressings in Your Bug Out Bag can Save Your Life
Burdock plants have dark green leaves that can grow up to 28” long; they can remind you of elephant ears. They are generally large, coarse and shaped like a pointed oval, with the lower ones being heart-shaped. They are woolly …Read More...
Fire starting is an art. I know everyone who reads this blog carries some type of fire starter and that is a good start. However lately I have been challenging some people to actually start a fire with what they …Read More...
The chokecherry or prunus virginiana is said to be the most widespread tree in North America. It is found from Newfoundland to British Colombia, through all but the most northern areas. It ranges as far south as Georgia and in …Read More...