Guess what? The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (‘ATF’) has their own version of a Disaster Preparedness plan, or as Preppers say; a plan for when the excrement hits the fan (‘SHTF’).
Tag Archives: Nautical Prepper
Posted on September 17, 2013 by Capt. William E. Simpson
Moonrise in the Sea of Cortez – Photo by: Capt. William E. Simpson
Without actual experience in long-term off-the-grid survival it’s really tough to figure out what you’ll really need, and what is not so important after all. And there is no substitute for actual experience.
From my chair, when it comes to the discussions of survival and di... Continue Reading →
Posted on August 23, 2013 by Capt. William E. Simpson
Capt. Bill negotiating a rocky trail on a remote desert island in the Sea of Cortez (photo by Laura Simpson)
It was a warm January morning in 2010 when my wife Laura and I dropped the Iron Maiden’s anchor in a remote cove on an undisclosed Island in the Sea of Cortez (reasons will become apparent). The anchor chain and anchor were clearly visible through the crystal azur... Continue Reading →
Posted on July 9, 2013 by Capt. William E. Simpson
A Sobering Problem - Requiring A Different Approach
Most survival strategies and related tactics today draw upon the methods that worked in much smaller disasters and will likely work to some extent today in similar small scale disasters. However, large-scale (contin... Continue Reading →
Posted on May 28, 2013 by Jacob B.
To continue bringing good preparedness information to our followers and readers we are pleased to announce that Captain William E. Simpson "The Nautical Prepper" will be a guest contributor to our blog twice monthly. We are excited for his enthusiasm and experience as a prepper. We hope you will join us in reading his articles. Capt. Sim... Continue Reading →