Urban search and rescue markings littered the homes after major disasters, such as Hurricane Katrina. The spray paint has been…
There is a world of information available to everyone with an internet connection. It’s a bounty of knowledge that many take for granted. To be fair though, there can be an awful lot to look through.
Many urban preppers complain about the fact that they don’t have enough space to store their preps. The way most of them do it, they will last for about a week with the food and water they currently have, but that’s about it.
When thinking ahead for emergency survival for their families, most preppers have a general plan and many have started stockpiling general supplies that would be essential if disaster struck. But what about the furkids?
Whether you have the best-laid plans to bug out to a secure location, one you have set up ahead of time, or you don’t have anywhere to go when you bug out, there is a good chance you’ll be camping at some point. But unlike a building that has walls, be it a house, cabin, or another type of structure, a campsite is open and exposed and is an easy target—unless you are prepared.
In recent years, natural disasters have been on the rise, and it’s clear that these will continue to happen. Let’s take a look back over the past centuries at some of the world’s worst and most devastating natural disasters and how they affected the world at that time.
Many people just automatically assume that hoarders and preppers are the same. Generally, when most people think of someone stockpiling, they usually put everyone in the same category. And that category is with the so-called pack rats and hoarders.
However this is an inaccurate statement and not fair to those of either group.
A big part of prepping is finding supplies that will serve a multitude of needs exceptionally well. Duct tape, fixed blade knives and cordage are all good examples. Yet one of these amazing multi tools you would be more likely to find stored in the kitchen cabinet than in your garage. The miracle that is HONEY. Aside from being a sweet treat that you can find in the wild that has an almost infinite shelf life…here are some of the other amazing uses of honey.
There are plenty of items a prepper needs to survive and it’s always better to prepare in advance. Here are…
Many survival scenarios will require you to abandon your home or “bug out”. The next goal should be to get to an area you feel safe enough to stay in for an extended period. Now if that area already has a shelter for you, all the better. But what if you have to make your own? If you’re looking to build a long lasting structure, one of the best ways to do it is with survival cement.