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Posted on August 30, 2014 by Catherine Alford
If you’ve recently had a baby (or babies like me!) it won’t be long before the little bean(s) will be crawling around your home and getting into things, like cabinets, cupboards, and trouble! So, it’s important to be sure that you and your home are ready to safely be explored.
The best way to see what [...]
Posted on August 29, 2014 by Lorin John
When I lived in Southern California years ago, I would often take the “Cajon Pass” out of the LA Basin onto the desert. For me, it was the start of one of two trips: Either to see my in-laws in Utah, or heading for the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountains for an adventure [...]
Posted on August 28, 2014 by Rebecca Maxwell
Choosing the right kind of footwear is essential to outdoor recreation. Our feet are critical parts of the body and if not taken care of, this could lead to whole host of problems, even those that are life-threatening. Feet need to be protected and this all starts with the proper footwear including shoes and socks.
Posted on August 27, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
An EMP bomb is a nuclear weapon designed to be detonated at a high altitude in order to create extremely powerful electromagnetic pulses. Such pulses will not only cause the light to go out, but completely destroy electrical devises and the computer systems in modern vehicles. Electromagnetic pulses can occur natural from a solar storm [...]
This post was posted in Emergency Preparedness and was tagged with CME, congress, dr william r forstchen, electromagnetic pulse, emp, emp attack, james woolsey, north korea, nuclear weapons, one second after, paul singer, peter vincent pry, power grid, shield act, solar flare, solar storm, trent franks
Posted on August 26, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
Convert Your ‘Pavement Queen’ RV
Into A Mean Off-Road Prepper Machine
By: William E. Simpson © 2014 All Rights Reserved
It’s a big mistake to just assume that the water coming-out of a tap or hose is suitable for you, your family and friends to drink!
Not everyone realizes how important water is in their lives; you [...]
This post was posted in DIY, Tips & Tricks, Emergency Preparedness, Most Popular, Recent Articles, Survival Equipment, Survival Skills and was tagged with camping, disaster preparedness, Fema, off-grid, offgrid, preparedness, preppers, RV, survival, water treatment
Posted on August 26, 2014 by Kent Page McGroarty
The ability to make your own soap is another strength to add to your growing list of survival skills. As fun as soap projects can be, it's important to remember that soapmaking isn't for children! It can actually be quite dangerous, as you're working with lye a lot of the time. If your chosen recipe calls for [...]
Posted on August 25, 2014 by Brian Meyer
Carrying a concealed firearm with you at all times is one of the most important parts of an everyday carry setup, and also one of the hardest to get just right. From gun size to caliber to clip capacity, there’s a lot to choosing a concealed carry handgun.
Lucky for you we narrowed down the field [...]
This post was posted in Most Popular, Prepping, Recent Articles and was tagged with best handguns, conceal carry, concealed firearm, firearm, Glock 26/27, handgun, handguns, Kahr PM9, Kel-Tec PF-9, Kimber Ultra CDP II, Springfield XD-S
Posted on August 23, 2014 by Catherine Alford
Traveling to a new location can be an awesome way to relax and get away from the daily grind. Regardless of if you are traveling alone or in a group, there are a few safety tips to keep in mind to help you make the most of your stay.
1. Always Plan Ahead
The first thing you [...]
Posted on August 22, 2014 by Brian Meyer
Who would have thought that the 1995 movie Outbreak might have some future ties to the real world? While the recent outbreak is Ebola instead of Motaba, the ideas behind it are eerily similar.
While this was only a movie, the reality is that there is a fairly large outbreak of Ebola in West Africa right [...]
Posted on August 21, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
If you’re busy ‘living’ your life, it’s impossible to read the thousands of articles about disaster preparedness. And the truth be known, I think we all get weary of reading the constant debates over how many cans or bags of beans we need to stockpile, or which survival knife is best, or which backpack is [...]
This post was posted in Emergency Preparedness, Most Popular, Prepping, Survival Skills and was tagged with 72 hour kit, disaster preparedness, disaster preparedness plan, lifestraw, prepper, second amendment, survival basics