About Blog – Welcome to PrepperNut! My name is DeeDee Lynn. I’ve been prepping for over 30 years and I can tell you that nothing will give you more peace of mind than being prepared. I’d love to help you and your family prepare to survive whatever may come your way.
(time to sweep the solar panels) When doing any sort of design or even “back of the envelope” calculations for alternative energy systems (e.g. solar), among the important factors to consider are these: Solar Power and Energy requirements. – Power equals watts. – Energy equals power x time. I’m …
About Blog – Survivaltek is all about teachingthe ways and means to survive using everything from primitive to modern methods and technology. It hopes to illustrate creative ways to overcome the loss of conventional methods of living in which we have become accustom and dependent.
Staying warm in a cold or freezing wilderness can be a tough challenge. However, there are tips that you can use to make it easier. If you find yourself in a situation where the cold is getting the better of you, remember the following tips.
Our site started off as a place to post for our family to learn and exchange ideas about survival skills. It expanded to include friends who want to learn what we were teaching. It has now become a place for all to learn long-term food prep, home canning, reloading ammunition and building weapons.
Survival Ready Blog is dedicated to provide resources, information, tactics, and skills in the survival, self defense and preparedness fields, to any and all who wish to be more prepared for whatever may come their way.
Although not necessarily essential for survival, having the right survival tools can sure make life a lot easier. A good survival knife is probably one of the most important all around survival tools that one can carry. A good pocket saw and folding shovel (if you don’t mind the extra weight), can also come in mighty handy. Any multipurpose tool, capable of proving multiple additional backup resources is highly recommended and don’t forget to include any needed repair items, such as duct tape, one of the survival tools with a 100 uses!
About Blog – Disaster Survival Skills has been providing the latest disaster and emergency response preparedness training and supplies. Its mission is to prepare the public with realistic training and supplies so they can take action and make a difference.
Capacity: 6000mAhm (Polymer) (6000 Real Capacity/8000- Total) Input: 5V 2.4A/15V 2.4A Output: 5V/2.4A 12V Jump Start Weight: 6 oz. Start Current: 300A Size: 5” x 2.6” x .6” Full Charge Time: 3 Hours Charge through car USB charger Support 12V car for emergency start High power po..
Water storage at home, I don’t get fancy or spend much on it. I recycle two liter soda bottles. They’re far more durable and safer for longer term water storage than recycled milk jugs and juice jugs, and because they’re recycled they’re effectively “free” for their repurposed use. But also for me, that’s for more immediate usage. I’m a water treatment specialist, have a covered well on my property that I monitor and is safe to use (drinking from the toilet may taste better though), and the community well is about 100 yards away. I’m friends with the local water treatment specialist (I run a much larger neighboring water system), have a key to the facility, and I know the well is set up to be run from a tractor’s PTO in case of power loss and generator malfunction.
I always have waterproof equipment in my survival kit. They may cost you a bit more, but they can save your life in some situation. Invest in the waterproof watch, waterproof matches, a waterproof compass to name a few.
The definitive guide to survive in the wild, in any climate, on land or at sea. For over twenty years, the SAS Survival Guide has been the definitive guide to surviving any situation, anywhere in the world. Now, for the first time ever, the million-copy bestselling book and the hugely successful iPhone/iPad app, has been reinvented for the Android.
Well, folks, you asked for it so here it is my recommendations of the week – I will be posting this blog segment every Wednesday. Products that I recommend here are products that I … Continue Reading about MD Creekmore’s Recommendations of the Week
The basic physical instinct is survival. You eat for your survival. You drink for your survival. You play, read et cetera for your leisure. These come after the basic survival instincts. Subconsciously, whatever we do, is somehow related to it.
March 7, 1707 was the birthday of Stephen Hopkins, former Governor of Rhode Island and one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. March 7, 1925 was the birthday of Rene Gagnon, a U.S. Marine who was seen in the famous photographs of the R…
If you’re stocking a cabin, cave, or bug-out spot with purification tablets, you certainly want to consider the lifespan of the product. The iodine tablets from Potable Aqua have an indefinite shelf life, when kept in their original packaging and stored properly; Katadyn’s Micropur tablets last for two years or more.
His novels tend to be heavy on acronyms and technical jargon, while his non-fiction books concentrate on practical skills and tools. In the Acknowledgments note to his book Tools For Survival, Rawles credits David Algis Budrys, Tom Clancy, Bruce D. Clayton, Colonel Jeff Cooper, Frederick Forsyth, Pat Frank, Gordon Dickson, Friedrich Hayek, Henry Hazlitt, Ernest Hemingway, Dean Ing, Elmer Keith, Herbert W. McBride, Ludwig von Mises, Dr. Gary North, Arthur W. Pink, John Piper, Jerry Pournelle, Ayn Rand, Lew Rockwell, Murray Rothbard, George R. Stewart and Mel Tappan as influential to his writing. In his blog, Rawles also cites Robert A. Heinlein as an influence, and often quotes him.
NOTE: One of the biggest hurdles in starting a fire is finding the right kind of kindling. If you can make a kindling that can catch fire quickly, you have half of your work cut out. One of the best fuel that you can make is a char cloth.
Step-By-Step Boat Plans – Hook To Prepare dinner: Study to Prep Your Catch For the Grill. – Master Boat Builder with 31 Years of Experience Finally Releases Archive Of 518 Illustrated, Step-By-Step Boat Plans
About Blog – Blog on preparedness and self-reliance. Self-sustained is the state of not requiring any aid, support, or interaction, for survival; it is therefore a type of personal or collective autonomy.
I’ll keep this one short and sweet. You never want to be forced to drink nasty water. We’re talking sewage filled, bacterial laden gross water that can make you sick. Talk about a bad survival situation…
Personally I believe that printers were went from hell to make us miserable so whenever I see something worth printing I just write it down into a journal I keep for that purpose. Needless to say you’ve managed to keep me busy for the next couple of days. Thank you MD