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Let’s face it – when most of us think about emergency preparedness, we are worrying about something akin to the fearsome (and somewhat unlikely) zombie apocalypse, a total government breakdown, another eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano, or a killer asteroid. We probably aren’t thinking much about the more everyday types of emergencies that throw our… Read more »


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Knowledge is Power: When it comes to surviving a post TEOTWAWKI situation, there is a very big psychological plus to being with like-minded, survival oriented friends that you can trust with your life.  Without these good, close, like-minded friends, survival will be extremely lonely.


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Knowledge is Power (KiP)  “Where Not to Be” when all hell breaks loose will mean the difference between life, being enslaved or the death of millions. Out of all the places to be in the United Stated, the #1 place not to be is the entire south western region of the United States to include… Read more »


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Fall is the favorite season for many people.  I live in Utah, a cold-weather, desert state, and now the scorching heat of the summer has given way to pleasantly warm days and cool nights. The mountains are ablaze with vibrant colors of the changing leaves and what a beautiful fall we have had this year!… Read more »


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Turkey, leftovers, long hours of commuting over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house all contribute to what is historically known as one of the deadliest weekends on the highway.  As millions of Americans hit the roads (90% according to the AAA auto club), taking a few extra precautions may keep you safer…. Read more »