Some advice – avoid big cities. Be careful approaching overpasses, underpasses, crossroads, and hills. If you are traveling with two vehicles – one can scout (ideally the one with less important items) and the other can follow.
Prepping and Survivalism
Here you will find articles about emergency preparedness and prepping including articles on prepper food, prepper’s checklists, home defense, bugging out, bugging in, and the best prepper gear ideas.
by Mary in GA I’m sure that most of the readers here are already aware of the foods that are called “Forever Foods”. You can find the list many places, but for anyone who isn’t aware of them, they are: Sugar, pure vanilla extract, white rice, corn starch, honey, hard […]
by Biff Brannon There is some good literature out there regarding setting up a survival retreat location. In fact, if you were not aware, MD Creekmore, the owner of this blog site has a book out called “Dirt-cheap Survival Retreat: One Man’s Solution” (click here to find out more about this […]
by John Herzig I have read so many excellent and relevant articles on this site about prepping and survival that I am a little sheepish about submitting my own for your consideration. I just would like to contribute some knowledge that might enhance someone’s life or help them develop a skill […]
by Dan W Following is a mixture of philosophical comment and several practical tips that I hope will help you to fill in some of the blanks in your prepping. It’s a bit long but I hope you find it all informative. No matter what advice you may be offered, […]
by Grayfox114 In today’s economic climate, finances are a major concern for everyone, but doubly so for the prepper or survivalist. Not only are we trying to maintain a semblance of normalcy in our everyday lives, but we are also attempting to put together a “kit” for another lifestyle altogether, a […]