Always carry CASH.  I broke my own rule…twice.

Always carry CASH. I broke my own rule…twice.

Always carry CASH. I broke my own rule…twice.

Jun
30


There have been multiple times in my life when faced with cash only situations and in almost every instance I was able to produce some Federal Reserve Notes in order to take care of business, this until recently.  Two incidents not only steeled my resolve to continue to carry (more) cash, but also to keep …

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Jun
10


There I was, with a 5 gallon plastic gasoline container hoisted up on my shoulder, spout down into a funnel which was in my truck.  Glug glug glug….pause, glug glug.  PAINFULLY slow transfer of my storage gas to the truck, I made the decision right there that I would no longer use plastic storage containers …

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Jun
05


I’ve written some articles in the past and shot some video related to bugging out, there are always the naysayers who scoff at the idea.  I think what needs to be understood is that the concept of bugging out needs to be kept in context, I’m not talking about some fantasy out of a prepper …

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May
28


I’m pleased to annouce that I’ve partnered with RainyDayFoods.com to bring you all a 10% off Coupon to be used on their website.  Storage foods / supplies are an essential part of the preparedness process, be it for short term outages or the localized natural disasters that we see manifesting themselves throughout the country.  I …

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May
02


People want to move out to the woods, people often do not understand what that means.  By that I mean that wild animals often call the shots and while unlikely could turn the tables on the almighty human.  Here are a few examples I’ve seen / observed in the last 2 weeks. Bear:  There has …

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Apr
21


Allow me to paraphrase a few choice things I’ve heard over the years from folks with respect to handgun usage / training / personal defense. I’ve been around guns my whole life I’ll take a CCW course, I wouldn’t need to shoot though I carry a gun but keep it locked in my glove box …

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Apr
21


Yesterday I loaded up in the truck and headed up to the transfer station to dump off some trash, dog hanging his head out the back window.  About a mile up the dirt road I ran into a neighbor who was taking a walk, I stopped and we chatted for about 10 minutes with no …

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Apr
15


Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs and the Barr Trail to the summit: 13 miles, 7500 ft elevation gain (to over 14k ft) and the last few thousand feet fighting snow and ice.  Many folks who do this trek take 2 days choosing to overnight at the Barr camp about 7 miles in from the trailhead.  …

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Mar
29


Look up a preparedness forum or check out some of the comments on a preparedness article after a major event.  Common themes involve guns, ammunintion, stocking food to the ceiling and water in tanks, some medical supplies and other misc items.  Skills are always relevant so there could be some discussion surrounding that (i.e. how …

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Mar
23


I have always said that it’s the localized disasters which have the most impact on folks, not the major event that may or may not come in the next year or decade.  As such it’s our duty to prepare for the most likely events in the best way we can, for me it’s currently water …

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Mar
17


Here we are halfway through March but I suppose it’s not too late to post about preparedness goals for this year.  At a time when things seems to be going well it’s often easy to place preps on the back shelf because hey, could spend that money on something other than supplies and would rather …

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Mar
05


You played high school sports, you consider yourself athletic, you still hit the gym for some cardio and lift some weights.  Maybe you hit the punching bag hanging out in the garage too and oh by the way, that 6 month stint in Karate back in the day.  Guess what, it’s not enough.  Most trained …

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Feb
18


I already know what you are thinking: But I use Facebook to keep up with my relatives and close friends.  Why?  If they are really your close folks wouldn’t you be able to keep up with them otherwise, didn’t folks keep up with each other prior to the internet and social media? Personally I do …

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Dec
30


I recently helped someone set up their apartment,  someone who understood the value of preparedness but was just not at a point in their life where a home away from things on some land was possible.  Let’s face it, some might not even want that in their lives or other circumstances could force them to …

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Dec
17


When I moved to the mountains I came with my family and dogs and knew nobody, which was a less than optimal situation.  While some might subscribe to the lone wolf concept I realize that I cannot be all things, know all things and quite honestly have to sleep sometime.  Friendships must be established with …

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