Fire making is a basic skill, but like most skills, it can be broken down into many parts. In fact, there are seven unique parts that are crucial to the fire making process. #urbansurvivalsite #fire #campfire #firemaking #bushcraft
There are a few million preppers who are suffering through rough patches. They’re lonely, or tired, or uninspired. Maybe you’re one of them. #urbansurvivalsite #prepper #prepping #preparedness #prepare
While bugging out should be done swiftly and without delay, longer trips (or camping trips) are going to require that you eat substantial meals. #urbansurvivalsite #bugout #buggingout #camping #camprecipes
Knowing where the government will show up first in a collapse scenario is of immense importance. Of course, we would all like to believe there is help on the way, and there are massive amounts of resources that will be used to assist people, but some places will be a higher priority than others.
Though we all have a fantasy that the primo bomb shelter will protect us against a nuclear bomb, anything in the blast zone dies. Forget about prepping for the blast zone. What is more important is understanding where the blast zone might be and how you can get out of that zone ASAP.
If you had to bug out in an instant, would you be like the average Joe and end up cold, hungry, sick, and dead, or would you be prepared with a bug out plan, plenty of supplies, and survival skills?
While many preppers are preparing to survive a nuclear strike, I think the focus should be on preparing to deal with the radiation and fallout.
There are five key issues that most preppers are missing completely: intelligence, community, trust, USB power, and access.
In a modern collapse, the need for fortified neighborhoods will arise. Your community will be in danger if hordes of desperate people are trying to survive.
Once you realize an EMP attack has occurred, you must take action immediately to ascertain the severity of the situation and make life-saving decisions.