Many preppers pride themselves on their ability (or oftentimes what they believe to be their ability) to survive out in the wilds. And many are truly experienced in this are – they have all the gear and all … Read the rest
Yeah, yeah, I know, this really has nothing whatsoever to do with prepping and I freely admit to it. But sometimes it’s just nice to branch out a little bit and have some fun. So with that in mind, when … Read the rest
As a long term and fairly avid camper, I like to get out into the wilds whenever I can. There’s something just so magical about being out on your own and away from all the trappings of what we grandly … Read the rest
Preppers and campers are generally people who love to improvise. We tend to be practical people and really seem to love being able to use our ingenuity to create something useful out of pretty much nothing at all.
My family and I have been keen campers for many years. Sometimes we take our large 15 by 18 frame tent on a family vacation, and sometimes I take a one person hiker tent out into the wilds on my … Read the rest
Most preppers when thinking about harvesting wild protein tend to think primarily about hunting, either big or small game. I guess this is understandable in some ways – after all, meat makes up the bulk of protein currently for most … Read the rest
Often preppers seem to spend a lot more time on acquiring supplies and equipment than they do on learning new skills. And yet, ultimately it’s the skills that will enable survival. Without the necessary skills and knowledge we will fail.… Read the rest
So, you get a little scratch and it needs some minor medical attention. Then what? Well, the first thing you do is to wash the wound of course. Then you’ll most likely apply a dab of some antiseptic cream, and … Read the rest
Our number one goal as preppers after the major SHTF catastrophe is obviously to survive. We need to be able to last through whatever crap is going on around us, and eventually come out not only alive, but on top … Read the rest
Prepping isn’t exactly the most covert of activities is it? We have bulky shelters, big piles of supplies and more gear than we generally know what to do with. So we do tend to stand out from the crowd.