There are ways using common household materials to keep warm when your home’s walls are insufficient to keep the proper temperature or even destroyed outright.
Harsh UV rays, poisonous plants, insect bites and changing weather are all reasons why you should have essential protective clothing while you are outdoors. Learn more about which clothing items are the best suited to have on you while in the great outdoors.
Ensure that your vehicle is primed to withstand the bouts of inclement weather by checking the following items before the weather begins to change.
When the grid goes down during the frigid months of the year, and you are ill-equipped to maintain warmth in your home, you have a major survival situation on your hands. Keep reading to learn ways one mom from the North keeps her family nice and toasty when the grid goes down.
The question isn’t “What can you do with paracord?” It’s “What can’t you do with paracord?” Here are 50 ways to utilize this dynamic prep item in a bug-out situation.
Would your child know how to survive if they were lost in the woods? Teaching your children these steps 10 steps could save their life.
Rolling black outs are being threatened if high energy use continues. Learn ways to prepare for the black outs and use these tips to stay cool during the power outage.
While on a recent camping trip I had to forgo my ususal sleeping bag and use an emergency bivvy sack. Read my personal performance review on this product and why the thermo-lite bivvy sac is a must for your reserve supplies.
Disposable hand and feet warmers are a great way to keep the cold at bay. In addition to these nifty items assisting in maintaining proper body temperature, they can also be used to soothe sore, achy muscles. Any sewing novice can make pocket warmers with these easy directions.