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Storing water is one of the corner stones of survival. Ensuring you and your family will have drinking water after a catastrophic event is vitally important. Protecting that water from contaminants, thieves (four-legged or two-legged), and other surprises is equally important. Continue reading
Obviously important to food storage are canned/jarred foods, powdered foods, dried foods, and so on. There are also important food additives that can be bartered with and used to enhance the meals you make. Many of these can save forever … finish reading Food Additives That Store Forever
Long term survival preparedness isn’t just planning, it’s a mindset. It requires you to think about the things you’ll need after the world grinds to a halt. The things to keep you fed, in good health, and entertained.
I was reading an article today on www.survivalblog.com by guru Jim Rawles and poster B.R. when I decided there was some additional insight I could offer on the article that seemed to make more sense to me.
Every person you talk to seems to have a different opinion on the value they think some things will hold after a global crisis or crash. I like to approach the subject in a no nonsense way the makes the most sense for real life situations and constraints we all have.
What does TEOTWAWKI Mean? Literally, TEOTWAWKI means the “End Of The World As We Know It”. To survivalists it can mean a number of things. A global pandemic, an oil crisis, wars, financial meltdowns, and Marshall law all fall into … finish reading TEOTWAWKI – The End Of The World As We Know It
The AK-47 to most people is the ultimate survival weapon, it functions well at close range and medium range, takes an incredible amount of wear and tear, requires very little maintenance, and is simple to operate.
Short term survival situations normally come after a disaster such as an earthquake, civil unrest, and even too much snow. The likely-hood of being caught in one of these situations in your life time is not only plausible, it’s high.
Catastrophic situations can happen to anyone, anywhere, and at anytime. The most important thing to have is a strong mental attitude, knowledge on general survival principles, and stockpiles of supplies to increase your and your families chance of surviving.