Category: Wild Fire

House Fire Preparedness!

House Fire Preparedness! Fly away home your House is on Fire! Host: Lynna… “A Preppers Path” Audio player provided! The weather outside is frightful but your home and hearth are warm and cozy, that is until the unthinkable happens and you are now the victim of a house fire!  The Christmas Season is not a …

Fire Season & Being Prepared!

Fire Season & Being Prepared! Lynna “A Preppers Path” Warning! Warning! Will Robinson Danger! This warning isn’t just for Will Robinson of the famed Lost in Space but for All. The 2015 fire season is already upon us. Record temperatures of as much as 25 above normal run rampant throughout the U.S., snow pack on …

Disasters, Floods, Fires and Herbal Medicine!

Disasters, Floods, Fires, a good reason to be prepared. On this broadcast of Survival Medicine with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy these topics as well as wound care and the Jersey Shore boardwalk fire will be discussed. Most of us have experienced or have witnessed a disaster type flood at one time or another. Anytime …

Were you prepared for wildfires and drought across the U.S.?

Is the end in site for the wildfires in Yosemite? Over 5,000 firefighters at Yosemite National Park are using all the means at their disposal and estimate 33% containment but drought is making progress difficult. The 163rd Wing of the California National Guard at March Air Reserve Base in Riverside is hoping to have access …

Wild Fires and Hurricanes!

Seasonal trials and tribulations visit The Other Side of a Preppers Path as Janet of FedHealth joins Lynna to shed some light on the current seasons of Wild Fire and Hurricane.  You can avert or divert some disasters, find out how. Janet and Lynna always have a rousing conversation packed full of information for anyone …

Living the mercy of the wildfire!

According to the calendar spring has sprung but looking outside it’s still pretty dreary with last year’s bounty of grasses and bushes and overgrowth lying about in dingy disarray.  Uggghhhh not only does it look unsightly but it is a danger.  True it should have been dealt with last fall, cut, mowed or just hauled away …