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I am 70 years old and have been a prepper since my early twenties. During this time, I have seen a few people move to their bug out locations and love it there. I have seen others who tried …Read More...
Recently I read the results of some experiments made by Dr. Souman, of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tubingen. He conducted a number of tests to see if people could walk in a straight line at night …Read More...
In the posts that I have written on bugging out, we have concentrated on writing about how to map out a route. We have discussed topo maps and the use of Google to learn about your area. Well I came …Read More...
Let’s talk about FEMA (Federal Emergency management Agency) and their responsibilities. I have been spending some time trying to figure out exactly what FEMA is doing these days. When I was working, I would encounter people who were working for …Read More...
Lately we have been posting about security and getting your homes ready for winter. One thing we have not discussed in quite a while is the problem of sewers backing up if the infrastructure system collapses. Now this is normally …Read More...
I noticed that we have not discussed split peas much in the past. I don’t know why, split pea soup is one of my favorites. They are easy to store and will last for a good 20 years.
Man has …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...
Fires are extinguished by removing one of the three sides of the fire triangle. The fire triangle consists of fuel, oxygen and heat. These are required for a fire to burn. To extinguish fires you merely remove one side of …Read More...