What if a disaster knocks out the power to your home? What will happen to all that cold food in your refrigerator? Here are six ways to keep it cold.
There are a handful of basic skills that everyone will need in a true SHTF scenario. How many of these survival skills do you know?
There are many survival items that you’ll want to buy repeatedly–the kind of things that you’ll either use a lot or that would make great barter items.
If you’re preparing for a long-term disaster where doctors and hospitals will be unavailable, you’ll need more than just the basic medical supplies.
During a long-term disaster, many people will have to cook simple recipes from scratch. Recipes like these 60 that the pioneers made on the frontier.
Survival food isn’t just MRE’s, canned bacon, space ice cream and the like. It’s any type of food that lasts a long time without refrigeration.
Bugging in can be just as dangerous as bugging out. In this article, Survivopedia offers five examples of bug in mistakes that could cost you your life.
Although it’s a good idea to have plenty of barter items, it’s even better if you have survival skills you can barter after the SHTF.
If you like to cook in the great outdoors, I have the ultimate resource for you: A FREE recipe book with over 500 recipes you can make over a campfire.
Today I want to share one of the most comprehensive medical supply checklists on the Internet. It was created by Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy.