You can provide adequate first aid and take care of yourself even in freezing weather. Follow these steps and meet the challenges.
Winter camping is not for everyone, but if you want to test your winter survival skills, follow these tips and enjoy a unique experience.
Water is important for your chickens during winter. Make sure you keep your chicken’s water from freezing with these DIY projects.
The right clothing can quite literally be the difference between living and dying if you’re caught outside in bad weather.
We had to face the polar vortex last winter, and we have to face it again these days.
Here’s how to prepare for it!
Winter presents many challenges but also many lessons as you can practice your survival skills. Here is how to build your snow shelter.
People need to learn how to survive extreme temperatures. The Eskimos have been doing this for centuries using very simple technologies and methods.
You should take extra care when winterizing your heating systems to reduce the risk of them failing when you need them most.
Here are some things you can do to obtain water, heat up food and preserve refrigerated foods without electricity.
Under these circumstances, you have to look into alternative power generation systems that will work when ice blocks off other options.
Be prepared at all levels to drive in the snow. Follow a few simple rules, and winter driving may become a sport that you do not welcome, but you do not fear it either.
Did you know that a significant part of the deaths were caused by heart attacks linked to shoveling snow? The stress of activity and cold air are a fatal mix for many.
Power outages caused by heavy snow falls are not uncommon, and having an off-the-grid set of mind will surely be in your advantage.
If your fuel reserve won’t last enough, you won’t stand a chance, so you must know how to stretch it as much as you need to.
As you can’t do anything about the weather to control it, all you can do is prepare the best you can to face its tantrums.
You probably try to block the drafts, or maybe you even block off entire rooms trying to keep the house warm, but how about using snow for insulation?