Cooking after the Apocalypse: How Many Portable Stoves Does a Survivor Need?
Learn how to always have a roof over your head – no matter what happens. Share with someone you wish to always be sheltered from a storm.
It’s 45 degrees and raining. Your last backpacking trip of the season has run into a snag – the weather was supposed to be fine and mild, but instead is dripping and cold.
The boots you wore for the weather you expected have sprung a leak and your right foot is shriveled and contributing to an overall feeling of soggy malaise. You make camp and start a smokey, barely-there fire, but you quickly realize that you did not pack the rain fly for your tent. And it’s already leaking.
9 Disaster Preparedness Lessons Learned In Hawaii When you think about Hawaii, do you think about preparedness and survival? Tropical drinks and sandy beaches, sure, but Volcano stoves and survival blankets – probably not. Hawaii is a place in which you need to be prepared. Hurricanes, while they don’t happen often, are often devastating when […]
How to have incandescent light bulbs for the rest of your life – it’s easier than you think!
Why your stockpile size isn’t the only thing that matters for survival – and why it’s not too late to fix it.