Your pace count is your key to movement and land navigation on your feet. It is the basis for your two components of land navigation when traveling from one location to another: distance and direction.
Consider the engine overhaul on that early-model vehicle, and you’ll save money in the long run, and keep that anonymity that you so desperately desire as a prepper and survivalist. The key is the good mechanic.
Montana has everything a prepper needs to thrive: freedom, non-intrusive government and plenty of space for the homestead. I come to give you some pointers Montana land for a survival retreat, and a plug for myself in the bargain.
It only takes one hurricane for victims to see how quickly their lives can change. The time to prepare for this natural disaster is now and this primer will help get you started. Also, sign up for our hurricane preparedness giveaway!
In preparation for a tumultuous hurricane season, it’s important to have items ahead of time to board up windows in a hurry. Here is a quick primer on how to board up windows like a pro.
Preppers always look ahead to prepare for storms on the horizon – and next year’s bouts of cold weather is no different. Here is how you can get a year’s supply of firewood for $20!
This essential medicine staple should not be overlooked for your emergency prepping supplies. Read more to find out just how important this prep really is.
A survival garden may be just the thing your family needs, as it will passively produce food for your future.
Recycling and scrounging are two skills it would behoove you to develop prior to a collapse.
In a post-collapse scenario, everything will appreciate in value – even our trash. Having a stash of different forms of metal could be very valuable barter items. Read more here!
Every family needs to have this low cost prep in their emergency supply closet. One day, it could save the lives of your family.
In an interview by Rory from The Daily Coin, he asked me if it is possible to live out a shtf scenario in an urban setting. The answer is yes, but for a majority of us, we must ask ourselves if we are up to the challenge.