By Bev Sandlin I was thinking about why we prepare... It is an uncertain world for those of us who have lived long enough to weather multiple recessions, job loss, wars, illness, death of loved ones, floods, fires, social unrest, the collapse of … [Read more...] about Coronal Mass Ejections & Complacency
Rourke: The following post comes directly from PrepperRalph.com. Reprinted with permission. With the recent impact of Harvey and the ongoing cleanup still underway, the United States is once again in the sights of another storm. This one is … [Read more...] about Guide to Hurricane Preparedness
I've written previously that sometimes all the bad news just gets overwhelming. Every so often I have to take a break from watching the news, reading the political posts, and seeing the insanity that is engulfing this country. It is easy to get … [Read more...] about Dealing With A World Falling Apart
I heard about a relative of a friend who lost their home in a house fire. Terrible. Beyond the loss of property and material things, I thought of family heirlooms that simply cannot be replaced. In particular family pictures. For those using … [Read more...] about Preserving Memories…..
The American Red Cross does some fantastic work helping people across this country in time of disaster and strife. They also provide numerous resources to educate and prepare individuals for emergencies. Beyond valuable First Aid and CPR course they … [Read more...] about Planning Resource for Older Preppers
Hello folks! I hope this post reaches some of you out there. I am hoping to get the site going again and will be posting a couple times per week. If you come around and glad to be here - leave a comment and let everyone know! I would appreciate it. … [Read more...] about VIDEO: The Garden – Sensible Survival