If the total deaths per day are expected to peak in less than two weeks, when do/did they become infected with COVID-19? Why aren't we being told to self-quarantine NOW?
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In this post, I compare two of the more popular survival water filter options for your bugout, get home and other survival bags. Those two filters are the Sawyer Products Mini Water Filtration System and the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter. These are the two water filters I have the most experience with and seem to be the most popular within the survival community. (more…)
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I’ve been blogging for 14 years so I know what I want to achieve when I write a blog post. I failed miserably with this one. The Prepping Dilemma.
You see, there’s no solution here. Nothing I can teach. In fact, I doubt this article will help you at all. How’s that for marketing? 🙂
I wrote this post for myself.
I debated for weeks whether or not to even publish this. It’s too long. It’s full of questions and has no concrete answers. I did zero SEO (Fellow bloggers that know what that means) and don’t even have a keyword or phrase to focus on. No, it was just me typing away trying to get my mind to wrap around a huge dilemma that’s been bothering me for years. (more…)
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Building survival kits can be fun and they can save lives too. Or, they may fall short, right?
We cannot predict, with any degree of certainty, what types of emergencies and disasters we might have to deal with. What we can do, and should do, is be as prepared as we can.
Survival Kits Come in Every Size
I don’t know about your home, but here in the Hawkins’ residence, you can barely walk across the room without tripping over some type of survival gear. (more…)
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Update 04/04/2020: Several of the podcasts have stopped recording episodes so I removed those from the list. I’ve also cut down on the number of podcasts I listen to but still listen daily.
My answer was, “Pocket Casts on Android. 16 podcast subscriptions I never miss.”
Another member of the group, Ben W., asked what are those 16 podcasts. I thought that would make a nice blog post topic so here we are. Thanks Ben. 🙂 (more…)
Reading Time: 9 minutesA persons gotta eat, right? Are you packing enough bugout food and water in your bag. The right food?
Call it a bug-out bag, 72-hour pack, get-home bag, get out of dodge bag, INCH (I’m never coming home) bag, whatever – your food needs to be accessible, light weight, portable, and provide the nutrients and calories to get you to your destination. Your bugout food should also stay good long term but don’t forget about it until it’s growing mold. Rotate and use it. (more…)