NOPE, the sky's not falling (yet),
Seen any zombies lately? (except on
the occasional Friday), Haven't seen ICBM's flying
overhead or heard about ET's landing this month, BUT we have all
seen acts of terrorism here and abroad, the earthquakes,
floods and fires.
Black outs, tainted food and
water. Gang violence, car jackings, random senseless
acts of ruthless insanity. Global warming / cooling.
These are the real situations that we, Americans, have
to get " a grip on" and survive.
only a small
handful of us can say we have actually had to survive
any of the scenarios mentioned, but the numbers are
growing. Let's put a better perspective on it. Ever have
a flat tire? Did you have a spare and jack? Was your
spare flat? Did you know what to do to get going again?
If your answer is yes, congratulations, you survived and
AFTERWARDS YOU PREPARED. Better tires,found where your
jack was hidden and how to change the tire. Never going
to get caught like that again are you?
YOU SURVIVED, TIME TO
what this site is going to try to do. Prepare you for
survival of many of the things you might have already
survived or just might have to.
straight right out of the gate. If you are the type who
thinks "everything will be OK" my statement to you is
"RARELY will everything be OK". You have to actually
have been there, done that, or known someone who has to learn
from any survival situation. From their experience, you
will gain an insight into what you need to prepare for.
preaching already. The reasoning behind this site is to
share with you what you might need in a "Worse case
scenario". To give you the knowledge to be somewhat
better off in a bad situation. This is not a run
away to the woods and hide site (although it could be
necessary), it's about you, your family, loved ones
using skills and knowledge shared by others that have
survived and allowing you to prepare.
over, enjoy the site, learn from it and feel free to
send in your comments, experiences and stories.
Winter Prep 101
going into fall ( my favorite time of the year) and there are
a couple common sense items that you should be
* Have your car checked for
antifreeze, battery condition, tires, put together a
road bag with essential.
* Is your home ready? Check your
furnace filter and exhaust pipes, check for limbs
over power lines that might break, how are the
windows and doors, seal any gaps. Outside water
pipes insulated / shut off? Flashlights and
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