Having a plan is good, but having a backup plan is critical! Most of us know from our everyday life that things seldom go as planned and that will also be even truer when the world falls apart.
Preparing and Survival for the most part may be broken down into “Time-Lines”. These concepts have been written about in many articles and seemingly are explained very simply.
In today’s modern world, it pays dividends to be prepared for all possible emergencies.
Various hazards are encountered by us on a daily basis whether we acknowledge them fully or not. Some hazards are more obvious than others.
There are times when we get so busy that we set aside our prepping for another day. From my perspective, that is perfectly okay.
I had another post in mind to submit to you folks but forest fires are a subject that is near and dear to my heart. I’ve recently become aware of the fires burning in various areas particularly in the Southeastern United States.
Los Angeles, Thanksgiving Getaway 2016. When I saw these traffic images of complete gridlock, and whenever I see or experience a nightmarish traffic situation, it affects me in a way that’s probably a bit different than others.
It seems no matter which way you turn lately, there’s someone trying to tell you that you need to prep and unless you have X, Y, and Z, you will fail. You will suffer. Your kids will suffer. “But if you buy this one item, you’ll be all set!”
Being able to test water is important. Being able to boil water only kills bacteria, it does nothing for chemical impurities. This means you need to be able to test for them.
There are certain items you want to conceal from the eyes of anyone who enters your home, particularly when society goes south. But a good place to hide these items can be extremely difficult to find.