Being prepared is key no matter what we do in life. Being prepared for a disaster, and unexpected emergencies is crucial. In this group we will discus strategies of survival, both natural and in the wild, as well as possible disruption in social and political order, and how we can prepare ourselves and stay prepared for whatever challenges we may face in these times… The more we can educate ourselves on these matters and use our awareness the better chance we will have for survival..
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Earthquake survival guide such asEarthquake survival guide number one is Check out your house for things that might drop or relocate.Ask yourself what might occur if your cabinet doors fly open throughout a quake, permitting dishes or God-knows-what…Continue
1K+Every drop of water you’ve ever drunk, swam in, bathed in, or watered your plants with was once a drop of rain falling from a cloud. Of course, those drops of water were probably purified at your local water treatment plant. But what if the…Continue
Living in the desert has taught me not to take water for granted. Unlike the Pacific Northwest, I am not footsteps away from streams, ponds, or a vast sea just waiting for me to collect and purify for personal use.In a continuing effort to educate…Continue
When I first started getting serious about food storage, I found myself facing an entirely new vocabulary of food storage terms. It should come as no surprise that one of those terms was “Oxygen Absorber”. At the time, I had no clue as what they…Continue
Perhaps the only thing more important than food in a long-term emergency is water. Even the food you do have probably needs water to be cooked and eaten – especially dried beans and grains. Seriously, have you ever tried to bite into a dried bean?…Continue