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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...
I have often felt after talking with people that water purification is a major weakness that many of us share. In my family, we have the capability to treat large amounts of water. We have several good quality gravity filters …Read More...
I spent part of today talking to a retire Professor from the California University system. His expertise is in plants, particularly tomato plants. The subject we discussed was the long-term storage of plant seeds. Based on his many years of …Read More...
Periodically I like to ask my readers what they want to see in this blog. Since its conception, we have posted almost 900 articles on a variety of subjects. Some time it is a challenge to find subjects that we …Read More...
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...
If you have a Coleman stove that works on the small propane canisters, you can readily adapt it to work off a five- gallon propane tank. This lets you run your stove almost 20 times longer without refueling. It takes …Read More...
If you were to go back to the late 1800’s you would find laudanum being sold without a prescription over the counter. It was commonly used as a painkiller, cough suppressant and for the treatment of diarrhea Laudanum is a …Read More...
So you have decided to become a prepper. How do you start? First, make a plan. Don’t just run of willy-nilly. Making a plan will save you money and help you avoid making costly mistakes. Here are four simple …Read More...