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Here's what 12 year old Carson says he would add to a survival pack or to his list: lightweight sturdy saw a good knife ( gerber lmf2 , gerber prodigy,
I was in Northern Rocky Mountains when our helicopter fell from the sky. Both the pilot and I had survived with little equipment. The 5 pounds of shelled
A crisis or emergency is always high stress no matter who you are. And even though, for the first few hours or even days we don't even think about food, when everything quiets down even a little bit, there is a need to replenish all those calories burned in the high pitch fever of everything that was going on.
And that is why stockpiling food for emergencies is very important.
Especially if you live in the city or in an area where you could get locked into for awhile, with no safe way out.
Renting a portable generator MAY be the best solution in some situations.
Like , for instance, if you are renting an office somewhere and the power goes down for a day or so, or you have a business that needs to stay running if your town loses power for a few hours.
Generator rentals can keep your business up and running for less than the cost of having to buy a power source, if it is only for a few days.
Just don't depend on generator rental agencies when there is a big catastrophe in your town!
It is a HUGE asset to know how to build a fire in an emergency situation.
Knowing what to look for and how to get a quick fire built, whether it's to stay warm to to cook a quick meal will be a great tool to have in your emergency preparedness arsenal.
Nothing quite like a nice crackling fire to lift anyone's spirits, no matter how dire the situation! (Great How to build a fire tips)
Having a simple 72 hour survival kit could mean the difference between survival and utter chaos in the event that we get caught in the middle of a pandemic scenario.
Pack one emergency preparedness bag for each of your family members and have them sitting where you can grab them at a moment's notice.
Make your bug out plan a 'family preparedness plan' where everyone feels involved and responsible.
Buy your seeds from Survival Seed Bank to plant your garden this year and be assured of having seeds for years to come!
You get a FULL ACRE's worth of seeds that you can use, or if you prefer to store them for preparedness purposes, they come in a vacuum sealed container for YEARS of easy storage.
Be prepared for survival gardening with the amazing Survival Seed Bank!
Here is a VERY highly rated and popular Urban Survival Guide that is actually more like a survival course.
It is much more than a simple ebook like most of the other guides on survival are out there.
There are WEEKS of downloads and guides that you will have access to and hours upon hours of resources to help with ANY prepper or emergency preparedness plan.
Learn how to:
...and SO much more can be found on this VERY popular Preppers Course.
There are some great ways to create underground survival bunkers, and with the deadly Indiana tornadoes, it would be amazing to have at least one of these underground survival shelters in every neighborhood.