Category Archives: Winterization

Winter Ready

Winter Ready
Host: James and Mike “Survival Punk”

Winter Ready 1219121428aThis week the main topic is being winter ready. Winter is coming fast this year. James and Mike have some tips to be ready for it. How to keep your home warm. How to save some money this winter. The main places you will be are either in your home or car. Both have challenges to keeping warm. We cover all aspects of being winter ready. Continue reading Winter Ready

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Winterization Part 2

Winterization Part 2
Host: Lynna “The Other Side A Preppers Path”

WinterizationNo matter where you reside North, South, East or West as the world turns so does our local climate and being prepared for these changes large or small saves time and money. Locally the first real snow of the season blanketed the landscape revealing a ghostly elegance and accentuating the timing of the paths of winterizing our cars and ourselves, learning and/or reminding ourselves of those things we can and should do to insulate ourselves from the change of seasons. Just because you may not face snow or freezing temperatures doesn’t mean you don’t need to winterize and be aware. Understanding the importance of developing knowledge and the ability to implement it is an ongoing skill. The change of season turns on the light, flips our switch, so to speak reminding us that being prepared creates a life full of peace and power. Continue reading Winterization Part 2

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Preppers Winterize!

Preppers Winterize!
Host: Lynna “A Preppers Path”

WinterizeTo coin an old soap opera as the world turns so do the days of our lives. Winterization, a dirty word too many particularly at this time of year rears its head as a new page on the calendar ushers in change. The colorful calendar hanging on the wall, indeed heralds the arrival of the holiday season and in many parts of the country becomes the harbinger of weather change as well as season .

While visions of sugar plums may begin to dance in your head so too are the effects of winter weather. Colder temperatures, ice, snow, fog, frost, sunless days and wind, all will come knocking at your door soon. We are occasionally surprised by an unexpected squall of bad weather however in the world of preparedness winterization is a top priority. Continue reading Preppers Winterize!

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