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  • How To Build A Canoe

    Typically when I write an article I am writing based on my own experiences. Yes, believe it or not I actually live or have lived the things I write about! My grandparents were sharecroppers that lived eight people in a four room house on a farm with no running water until the late 1970’s and […]

  • Camouflage For The Everyday Prepper

    Camouflaging is an art, it takes a lot of time and patience to be able to successfully blend in with your surrounding environment. Even though it may be a tedious art, camouflaging is well worth it, if you can do it successfully.

  • How To Prep As A Diabetic

    There are many ways to store and prepare, many of which are cheap and easy. However there are so many different things to try and prepare for and seems like an endless list of variables to contend with. However some people have special circumstances that makes things even trickier, and one of those are people […]

  • Building Your Permaculture Garden

    One of the key elements of survival is being able to gather or produce food. In any SHTF situation food needs to be produced without the inputs like electricity, fertilizer, and pesticides that modern agriculture relies on. The easiest way to do this is through permaculture.

  • Big Banks in Trouble for Being Unethical with Your Money

    Several big banks are getting in trouble for unethical practices. Here’s how the resulting uncertainty in the market could have ripple effects on the economy… Peter Reagan, August 21, 2018 It starts with Wells Fargo. Today they’re facing a $1 billion fine for auto and mortgage loan abuses from 2016. Of course, this isn’t the […]

  • Using Your Flashlight For Survival

    A flashlight is a ubiquitous and vital tool to help overcome one of man’s most glaring weaknesses- our poor night vision. I’ll bet dimes to dollars there is not a single reader of this article that doesn’t have a flashlight at home or in your vehicle, and any prepper worth their salt will have one in their […]

  • Surviving A Dog Attack

    The CDC documents just under 5 million dog bites annually in the United States. Over 800,000 of dog bite victims annually will require medical attention, nearly 400,000 of those victims are children. Up to as many as 34 people have died annually as a result of a dog bite. Even with the laws today about […]

  • Building A Well On Your Property

    Just about everyone can agree water is a top priority in a disaster/SHTF scenario. That’s why it is highly recommended that you stock up on as much water as you can. Specifically, you should stock enough so that every person in your group has at least one half gallon of drinking, and one half gallon […]

  • Using Knives For Self Defense

    If a person with a gun attacks you from a distance, then the only defensive weapon that makes sense would be a gun (or other projectile weapon).  However, if the attacker is physically close to you, you have more options, and one option to consider is a knife.