What combination of signs or circumstances will one depend on to make the decision to bug out?
Tess Pennington is the author of The Prepper’s Blueprint, a comprehensive guide that uses real-life scenarios to help you prepare for any disaster. Because a crisis rarely stops with a triggering event the aftermath can spiral, having the capacity to cripple …
Evacuating during the harsh winter elements is already a difficult feat, but what if you find yourself in a post-EMP environment while driving and have to bug out in the snow? There is no vehicle to comfortably take you to your bug out location. For many, you will be on foot. Do you have the preps and the skills to make this icy trek?
This could be the housing solution preppers are looking for to house multiple family members during a long-term disaster.
Evacuating during winter presents many challenges. These simple and cost-effective preps will help your escape and evade in the Great Winter Wonderland easier!
You must learn to efficiently pack your bug-out bag and tailor it to your body correctly to facilitate a smooth, noiseless movement through the brush.
In a long-term emergency where society has collapsed, you’ll want to save that ammo and rely on ancient weapons in times that their silent employ could very well mean the difference between life and death.
Camouflage yourself in your everyday life: anything “different” can be perceived as a threat against the herd, and the herd is not a herd of cattle but a pack of wolves.
If you’re planning to bug-out in your car, do you know how much weight it can hold or how to pack it efficiently? These 12 tips could help you get your vehicle “bug out” ready.
Never stop the training. Even after the world comes to a screeching halt, do not stop.
These are tasks that everyone needs to know how to do when everything comes apart…to be able to operate as a family and as individuals working for the good of your family
Part of having the responsibility of being on the internet is using it safely. These tips are musts for ensuring your kids are staying safe online.