Is storing stuff in a buried container a good idea? Yes, provided you get a decent container and you put the right stuff in it. Decently sized storage containers that can be buried range from less than $50 to $200 or more. As with most items, the warning "you get what you pay for" applies here.Read More
A gun safe is the safest place to store firearms, but you can't get to your gun in a second or two in an emergency. So what about hiding weapons in the house?Read More
Having a safe room means having a safe room that can stand up to the worst of Mother Nature and the worst two-legged predators. Do you need one? We answer those questions.Read More
If you are going to make it when civilization is falling apart, you must have a set of practical and honed survival skills. Here are six top skills, including one that may surprise you.Read More
Some disasters hit without warning - think earthquake, tornado, a manufacturing plant 6explosion, a train derailment or even a terrorist attack. The biggest mistake people make when disaster strikes is not thinking. Use your head, be logical and above all do not panic. Thinking your way through gives you the best chance of coming through on top.Read More
Learn more about the difference between water filters and water purification tablets, which is more practical for specific situations, what you should carry, and more.Read More
Call it a bug-out bag, a SHTF plan or just a plain survival kit. It is the bag of stuff you need to survive if things suddenly go sideways. We mean more than just civilization taking the long jump off a short pier. Survival means making it when you get lost in the woods, your vehicle wrecks on a really deserted road and being prepared to live for several days with no help.Read More
Our government is good at many things, and we believe the intention behind suggesting we arm teachers to be genuine, but it’s unlikely that our federal government will be able to provide educators with the necessary practical training to protect our children. Change starts with the person staring back at you in the mirror. No permission is required.
This blog is a departure from the type of information we have historically written in our blogs, but Daniel and I agreed that it was important and relevant in today’s business climate, to share a bit of our interior consciousness.
Welcome to the 3rd part in our 5 part series on edible plants in the United States. This part will feature the Midwest which includes the states of, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, and North and South Dakota. Not only do they grow what is considered “cereal crops” but many edible plants grow there that you can eat throughout the year.Read More
This is the second part in a 5 part series covering edible plants found in the United States. This part of the series will cover Northeastern states, including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. There are plants that grow even in...Read More
When living in an apocalyptic environment, food might become scarce, and you might find yourself asking, now what? Once you’ve gone through all the canned foods, and perishable items, you might have to start looking elsewhere, but where? The answer is probably closer than you think; the outdoors. You can find many things to eat...Read More
I am, admittedly, a glass half empty sort of guy, but I did take a few moments last week to celebrate the defeat of one of the most corrupt and venal candidates to ever run for the presidency. That said I remain uncertain of the man I voted for. I hope for the best, but don’t know if he truly has the convictions and talents needed to save the...Read More