January 21, 2019
  • 2:00 pm 20 Bizarre Home Remedies Our Grandparents Taught Us That Actually Work
  • 12:59 pm 10 Long Shelf-Life Canned Foods Every Prepper Should Consider Stockpiling: Even If You Have The Skills And Space to Grow Your Own, You Can’t be Sure That A Disaster Will Leave Your Crops Intact And Ddible
  • 2:58 pm Survival skills of Native Americans that we can still use today & many of us do
  • 2:44 pm 5 Things You Should Never Do During A Home Invasion: Acting Irrationally Can Lead to A Situation Where Someone Gets Hurt, Including Your Loved Ones
  • 12:39 pm The Third World War Will Take The World Back To The Ancient Time From Where We Have Progressed Slowly And Steadily: Top 10 Countries That Would Most Likely Cause World War 3

What Should You Prepare For? There are many threats to our way of life and the best survival retreat will withstand all but the most cataclysmic of these events. In all of these cases, you will also need supplies and resources to survive. Here is a short list of what many people are prepping for and […]

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In the event of a social collapse, it will become everyone for themselves. Those who have prepared for that moment may feel like they are sitting pretty, but that does not mean their initial preparations will be sufficient forever. All it takes is one unaccountable factor to throw your plans down the drain. In this […]

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Reasons to vanish Maybe it’s the fact the we are inherently a corrupt race. Mankind in and of itself is questionable. It’s now clearer than ever that this big wheel is running on greased palms and padded pockets. There is very little regard for human life at this level. Those at the highest levels of […]

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Winter camping can be fun, but it can also be just plain cold. Plan ahead to make your cold-weather camping trip comfortable and memorable. It’s cold. It’s snowing. And it’s a great time for a camping trip. The moon makes the snow-draped forest glow, and the retreat of the summertime campers means you have plenty […]

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While working cattle at my in-laws’ ranch recently I caught myself dreaming about the past, running through a checklist of things I take for granted that George – the ranch’s founder who grew up in the 1930s — never had the chance to enjoy as a kid in his small house. The one thing I […]

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What’s a Pilgrim? The Pilgrim Fathers, like Thanksgiving itself, are quickly slipping down the collective memory hole of American materialism and self-indulgence. We no longer care that such a people lived, nor do we have any real conception of why they came to North America. Those who know something of the Pilgrims may speak vaguely […]

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When we’ll have no running water, no hyperactive emergency services, no electricity… we are going to turn back to what people did 100 years ago. Here you’ll find some “little” survival tricks popular in the early 1900’s and (some of them) useful even today. 100 years ago Gallaher Ltd printed a short “How-To” series, with clever hints […]

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You might be thinking, hey, I’ve got this one covered! I’ve survived lots of power outages. If that is your thought process, you could not be more wrong. Anyone who considers, even for a moment, how interconnected and interdependent our existence has become … so full of overly-complex, over-engineered, over-automated systems driving every aspect of […]

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You read the heading correct – I said Pellet Gun. Yes, the kind powered by air – just 1 step above a BB gun. I own many guns of many calibers and styles for many different purposes. Among these is a good quality Pellet Air Gun and it’s not just because I still have it […]

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