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There are four options for what we should do when we get to our survival retreat, assuming that none of us are willing to

Making a decision to stay, or “bug in”, versus leaving or “bugging out” to a perceived safer area is not always an easy one

Always keep in mind that you're prepping for what can happen; not just for what you think is likely to happen.

Regardless of the disaster type, you will always find yourself looking for simple solutions. During these times, you may be inclined to look around

You’re going to need to get out and on the road as quickly as possible. By organizing yourself and making a quick plan, you

When traveling to high heat climates you should consider wearing clothing that is lightweight, loose-fitting, and with colors that are on the lighter side

Preppers are usually prepared for a whole host of things, including being able to live out in the open, make temporary shelter, keep warm

Early pioneer living has held a special meaning in America. From their first arrivals in the states of Virginia and Massachusetts, early pioneer American

Shelters can be built even at homes without a basement. Shelters do not need complicated air filtration systems to protect against fallout. A wet

In a time of crisis, it will be to your advantage to have a shelter/panic room for personal and family safety. If you try

Building techniques have developed considerably over the last couple hundred years. But in the case of a national emergency, and without access to all

Should SHTF day come, kids may very well have to depend on what you teach them now, as that knowledge may be the only

The discovery of Otzi, the iceman has showed us a glimpse of survival EDC (Every Day Carry) in 3200 BCE and it was one

Foreseeing disasters and preparing for them is what preppers do. I mean, that’s what makes us preppers, right? So we should always be looking

Fires in California make people think about air quality and what to do about it in an emergency situation. Some of these people don’t