Fire should be a top priority in a disaster scenario. It’s not just for staying warm and cooking food. In fact, there are at least a dozen uses for fire.
If education is supposed to prepare our children to face the real world, then there are a number of survival skills that should be part of the curriculum. #urbansurvivalsite #survival #survivalskills #prepper #survive
These hobbies are not only enjoyable and easily accessible to city-dwellers, they also provide skills that will be incredibly valuable after the SHTF.
If the grid goes down for a long time, we’ll be forced to rely on lost survival skills that our ancestors took for granted.
What if don’t have your bug out bag and can’t get to your supplies? If that happens, you’ll have to use your wits and whatever materials you can find.
In this video, Tin Hat Ranch explains how basic locks work and how to get them open. When someone’s life is on the line, it’s the right thing to do. #urbansurvivalsite #lockpicking #survivalskills #disaster #preparedness
When I was young, my grandpa taught me all sorts of things about self-reliance and homesteading. These survival skills would come in handy later.
Those with the best chance of survival are the ones with survival skills. For example, finding and purifying water or erecting shelters in any climate.
Americans have been conditioned to depend on modern amenities and conveniences to live. Now is the time to get back in touch with your inner homosapien.
People sometimes forget that the smallest and most convenient storage space is in their own heads. Here are some skills you can trade. #urbansurvivalsite #survival #skills #survivalskills #shtf