Preparedness Questions and Answers #3

Posted by & filed under Cooking Supplies, Cooking With Food Storage, Emergency Preparedness, News and Events.

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Pattibeatty asked a two part question:  Would like to ask a question but have never posted here before, hope I’m doing this correctly.  I will not have the option of “bugging out” when SHTF so how would you recommend disguising / dispersing smoke from a cooking hibachi to avoid making myself a “target”?  I thought… Read more »

Preparedness Questions and Answers

Posted by & filed under Alternative Power, Basic Survival Skills, Communications / Navigation, Cooking Supplies, Disaster / Emergency Kits, Emergency Preparedness, Finance, Food Storage Planning.

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Howdy fellow blog readers.  I hope everyone that has been reading my blogs over the last sixteen months has gotten something out of them that has helped them in their lives to prepare for the upcoming disasters.  For my next set of articles over the next six months, I will be answering all questions from… Read more »

Hunker in a Bunker

Posted by & filed under Basic Survival Skills, Emergency Preparedness.

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In a worse case scenario like a pole shift, CME, meteor shower, etc, the safest place to be will be underground, the deeper – the better.  One will need at a minimum at least three feet or more of reinforced earth & stone or concrete & steel overhead.  However, this may not be possible depending… Read more »

Survival Recycling

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In surviving a worse case scenario disaster, everything you have in your possession will have to last you indefinitely along with foraging for what you need.  This will be due to no supply truck running, civil unrest, crime waves destroying businesses and homes, and devastation from natural disasters. So recycling everything feasible will be the… Read more »