Nearly 8 months ago I embarked on an urban self sufficiency project. While the last few months have been rather quiet, the start was busy. Among the first tasks Jason McConniel and I tackled was building a suspended rabbit hutch complete with automatic watering system.
Using a modified version of the plans from Storey’s Guid to […]
Worried about getting burned by wildfires? As droughts have been on the rise in the South Central and West Coast of the US keeping an eye on wildfires has become a concern for a lot more people this past year.
WunderGround.com has produced a wonderfully simple map for seeing weather overlays for some time. They have also […]
Para-cord bracelets are pretty popular in the survival community. Safe to say, they are one of the top 5 survival fashion accessories. But like most, if not all things in survival they are very useful as well.
After fire and a knife, cordage ranks as one of the most important items in your survival kit. Para-cord […]
It’s hard to say whether preppers spend more time and energy fussing over their BOB or their AR-15, but one thing is for sure; people LOVE to spend too much money on both. I for one have certainly been bitten by both bugs.
Someone recently asked me if it was possible to do a BOB for […]
When people think about survival tools, chemicals are usually not one of the first things that come to mind. Potassium permanganate should though.
Also known as KMnO4, Condy’s Crystals and permanganate of potash, Potassium permanganate is a jack of all survival trades. When it comes to survival, the more you know, the more you can do with […]
Survival is often about finding creative ways to solve life threatening problems using everyday items. Today’s creative survival tip focuses on alternative uses for the Tampon.
Tampons and Bullet Holes
For some time now it has been suggested that tampons should be carried in medical kits for the treatment of bullet wounds. This can be both a […]