According to the NOAA, the oceans cover 71 percent of the Earth's surface. This means that if you're looking for an open, off-the-grid destination to take your group when the SHTF, heading out on the water can't be beat. Most people expect their feet to stay on solid ground, but if you live near the … [Read more...] about Boats: The Open Water Bug-Out Alternative
When planning a survival strategy for catastrophic events like earthquakes, forgetting important matters is a “no-no.” For this reason, it would be best to take time to plan. Simply having survival kits during these times is not enough, it would be best to have an earthquake survival guide that … [Read more...] about Earthquake Survival Preparations for Senior Citizens
We like to pretend we are masters of our environment, but the simple truth is, even in this day of mechanical marvels and technological wonders, we are still at the whim of Mother Nature. Natural disasters of varying degrees can happen anywhere on the planet, but if you happen to live and work on … [Read more...] about How To Prepare Your Business for a Hurricane
Whether your preferred acronym is TEOTWAWKI (The End Of World As We Know It), SHTF (Shit Hits The Fan) or GOOD (Get Out Of Dodge), a common argument among survivalists revolves around the preferred mode of transportation. Among those choices, a motorcycle may not be best for your particular … [Read more...] about Are Motorcycles Good Bug Out Vehicles?
The right bicycle can mean fun and exercise. But it can also be one of your most valuable preparedness items. Think about it: It is one of the most popular recreational "vehicles", takes up very little space, is easy to transport with a bicycle carrier, and doesn't need fuel or need to be … [Read more...] about Should You Consider a Bug Out Bike?
We just added another option to our "camping" capabilities. Found an individual that was retiring from being a full time RV'er and they traded us straight across for our Dodge Caravan for this Class B Motorhome. She's an older model & needed A LOT of elbow grease inside as well as some … [Read more...] about The Class B Motorhome as a Bug Out Vehicle