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Tag Archives: wildland fires
This is a subject that I have written on before and many of you may have read about it. Not too far from where I live there are two major wildfires, both have destroyed structures. Some of these structures have belonged to preppers.
As I watch the wild fires in Idaho and other states, I am sure that the same has happened there. Now imagine what these fires would be like after TEOTWAWKI without fire suppression. The fires would be bigger and totally out of control. If you live in an area that is likely to have wildfires, make your plans now. …Read More...
Every year about this time, I write an article on the dangers of Wildland fires. My hope is that people pay attention to it and make their homes fire safe. However, every year I then go to homes where I know the owners have read my posts and see that they have made no real effort to make them fire safe. A common statement I hear is that the fire department says that I meet code.
That may be correct, in California that means you have a defensible space of 100 feet around your home. A hundred feet sounds like a lot, but remember, that this distance is based on the fire department responding with fire trucks and planes. …Read More...