On many disaster-preparedness and prepper websites, there is a lot of information on storing food, water, medicines and consumables. They often give advice on everyday carry bags, bug-out bags and go-bags. Some sites talk about go-vehicles, off-grid survival cabins and … Continue reading
Looking out from a makeshift natural cover lean-to, I made sure I hadn’t been followed. Living in the woods in this post-apocalyptic society, it was better to be safe than sorry. When I was satisfied that I was alone, I started … Continue reading
Understanding the need to be able to provide shelter within an emergency situation, is only superseded by the need for air. In a time of survival, the rule of three’s is law. Three minutes without air, Three hours without shelter, … Continue reading
Beginning the journey towards homesteading, self-sufficiency or being prepared for difficult circumstances, is as much a transformation of mind, as it is actually doing something. Generally, this change of mind, follows a period of interest, research and reflection. Following an … Continue reading
As the human body is 70 percent water, we are only ever a few days away from dying of thirst. In a survival situation, whether an urban or wild situation, there is a need to be able to find water. … Continue reading
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