You may want to consider the possibility if there is a major crisis that befalls this country. Regardless of the situation, you will need a shelter, and some people and families are choosing to live in a van right now. It is a way of life for some, no crisis needed. However, a … [Read more...] about Could You Live In a Van?
A camp can be considered any area you take over for an hour, a day or occupy for a few weeks. If for whatever reason, you had to abandon your home during a crisis, then you need to set up residence elsewhere, and it may very well be outdoors in which you have to survive. Keep in … [Read more...] about Camp Safety Once the SHTF
From 2005-2014, there were an average of 3,536 unintentional drowning deaths (non-boating related) annually in the United States. This is about ten deaths per day. An additional 332 people died each year from drowning in boating-related incidents. About one in five people who die … [Read more...] about River Crossing: Getting Across Safely
This article will focus on security in a mostly rural area "Mostly rural" can mean that you do have neighbors, but they are not what most would consider within shouting distance, so in other words, if you have a security breach, then you are likely on your own. They say that … [Read more...] about Layers of Security for Your Rural Home or Compound
A Manual Siphon Will You Need One to Survive? Actually, you need at least two if not three manual siphons. One for drinking water only, one for fuels and possibly one for chemicals, such as liquid bleach that needs to be moved from one container to another when pouring is not a … [Read more...] about Do You Really Need That to Survive: A Manual Siphon Pump