I first saw this flashlight in a video on Facebook and needless to say, I was quite impressed. I’ve seen other’s very similar to it advertised on television, but this one really caught my attention. I think (lying around my house in different locations) are probably 3 or 4 flashlights
When disaster strikes, you want to know that you have done what you can to prepare for the worst. If an event such as a hurricane or nuclear disaster forces you and your family to leave your home without warning, you could easily find yourself in a serious situation where you will need first-aid medical attention.
Lots of people call emergency survival kits “bug-out bags,” which is a military reference to getting out of somewhere fast. They’re popular with preppers, but even the federal government recommends that everybody should pack one in case of natural or human-caused disaster. It’s also handy to have one in the back of your car if you get stuck
I was hunting with a friend last fall and gave him some bad intel about an area that was new to him but I knew well (or so I thought). “Walk in that direction for a while and you will come to an old fire road. We will meet there,”
I highly recommend these 7 paper products we all need to store for survival. It’s an updated reminder to all of us to be prepared for the unexpected. I also have 32 white plates (not shown) that I could use and wash if I need to serve the biggest breakfast
You’re hundreds of miles from home, enjoying a weekend of relaxation when all of a sudden disaster strikes; you’re stuck in a new area, with people you don’t know, and you have no way to get home; what do you do? Well if you’re like most people you’ve probably never