By Ken Jorgustin The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that 90 percent of the world’s water is contaminated in some way. There are a variety of microscopic organisms that can contaminate water supplies and cause potentially serious, even fatal, illnesses among wilderness travelers. Dipping your head into a cold mountain stream and taking a long […]
By Adrienne It’s a short video clip that will live on. Even though it’s out of focus and pixilated: Through the forest, you can make out a tall figure of a walking, hairy… well, whatever it is – we’re led to believe that it’s Big Foot. We preppers also have mythical creatures of our own. […]
By Gman Edible Spots and Pots Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener” In this week’s episode, Mike talks small space gardening with Stacey Hirvela author of the book Edible Spots and Pots: Small-Space Gardens for Growing Vegetables and Herbs in Containers, Raised Beds, and More It’s time for home gardeners to rethink the traditional garden […]
By TEOTWAWKI Blog / Alexander Wolf The EDC Bag contest is running through the entire month of June – if you want in on a chance to get a grab bag of prizes from the TEOTWAWKI bunker, plus some feedback from me and the tribe, This is my actual backpack I carry everywhere, and the […]
By TEOTWAWKI Blog / Alexander Wolf I’m pretty sure this is entirely coincidental, but fun to see THE Hoss run through his daily gear. Also – love that he’s got a patch panel mounted to the back of his laptop, with the pocket and hard drive added. Tricky!
By Ken Jorgustin The United States dollar is of course, a piece of paper. While it is a medium of currency used for exchange between labor, services, products and goods — it is a constantly devaluing currency. Sometimes slow, sometimes fast. The dollar doesn’t stretch as far as it used to because the money supply […]
By Mac Slavo Remember back in early 2008 when the Presidential election was in full swing and the majority of financial and political pundits were hailing the booming American economy, record home ownership and never ending growth? By the end of the year everyone had changed their tune and the United States of America was, […]
By M.D. Creekmore I’m going to try this next year… If you’ve done this I would like to hear from you… how well did it work, how many pounds did you get, tips, advice… Click for larger image Click for larger image Originally at: TheSurvivalistBlog.net – Copyright ? TheSurvivalistBlog.net. All Rights Reserved.
By Ken Jorgustin If you like food as much as I do, it’s hard to imagine that our body can actually go weeks without food. It wouldn’t be fun, of course, but it can be done. But without water, our bodies can get into serious trouble quickly – just a matter of days before dehydration […]
By aptprepper Hurricane season began June 1st, and lasts until November 30th, with the peak between August and October. As long time readers know, I started this blog soon after I experienced Hurricane Ike, when I got caught up in long lines … →