Posted on September 3, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Prepper expos abound during the spring and summer months, but few offer the level of hands-on survival training that will be available at Prepper Camp. The North Carolina 3-day prepper expo will be held at the Orchard Lake Campground in the mountain town of Saluda, as previously reported by Survival Based.
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Posted on June 30, 2014 by Brian Meyer
When your gear gets low on power today it’s easy to find a wall outlet and plug in for a few hours. What happens when that wall outlet doesn’t work any more? When the SHTF power will be one of the first things to go. With nobody running the power stations or to repair downed wires, all those gadgets you have will become useless within just a few days.
So what’s the solution? You could stop using electronics entirely now to prepare, but that’s nearly impossible and ultimately unsafe today. You need to use communication devices, recharge flash... Continue Reading →
Posted on June 5, 2014 by Rebecca Maxwell
It is a well-known fact that our homes take energy to order to sustain modern living. We need electricity to complete all sorts of tasks around the house. We use it for powering our televisions, wash machines, kitchen appliances including stoves and dishwashers, vacuums, and computers. Just about everything we do around the house in order to live involves the use of some power source, and the main source of power for most homes in the United States and industrialized countries is electr... Continue Reading →
Posted on July 15, 2013 by Capt. William E. Simpson
Imagine for the moment that suddenly you found yourself without any electricity as a result of some local, regional or national disaster. Unless your survival strategy has you immediately defaulting to the use of purely bush-crafts, you will be requiring some of the benefits that are available with electricity.
It doesn't matter if your survival strategy involves bugging-in or bugging-out, you will need so... Continue Reading →
Posted on March 13, 2013 by Jacob B.
Portable Solar Generators - When it comes to camping in the great outdoors, you can either go the minimalist route with no power or bring an RV. However, with some of the latest technology in solar electricity, we now have the option to power some of those ever so beloved electronics without the obnoxious noise pollution caused by the modern day gas-powered generator. The added benefit of one of these units is to use... Continue Reading →