Fire in the Sky Lessons Learned From a Wildfire.

Fire in the Sky!
Lessons Learned From a Real Life Wildfire Event
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Fire in the Sky! Lessons Learned From a Real Life WildfireWildfire season is fast approaching. Like any small flame, there is a possibility of the uncontrollable force that follows.

Tune into this show as we explore the responsibilities you have as a parent and a prepper to convey the importance of camp fire safety, firework safety, and respect for the natural forests we rely on to bug out, escape, or just get away. There’s not much of a cabin in the woods if the woods are reduced to ash and soot. And food? Good luck bagging that deer, elk, or even a rabbit for that matter. Read more “Fire in the Sky Lessons Learned From a Wildfire.”

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Ground Rules The Premier of “A Family Affair”

Ground Rules The Premier of “A Family Affair”
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Ground Rules The Premier of "A Family Affair"Did you ever have dreams of being and astronaut, fireman, or a police officer? Did your parents have dreams of you being something more? Such as a surgeon or doctor. In life we ended up as something Greater. We became parents, a family. We can not control who our children become, but we can lay down a strong foundation. To ensure and help shape, who they become, are good people. No matter what life sets in their path. This Saturday we will discuss the rules that make us as a family stronger. How these rules can impact and effect us. Read more “Ground Rules The Premier of “A Family Affair””

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50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids Backpacks

50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids Backpacks

50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids BackpacksIf you’re in a survival situation and you’re on foot, your own bug out bag is going to be all you can manage. If you’re a parent or grandparent responsible for children in a survival situation, you can’t possibly carry everything they will need. It’s going to be crucial that your child or children carry their own backpacks for survival during a bug out. Read more “50 Survival Items to Put in Your Kids Backpacks”

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Home schooling, questions and answers with those that do!

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   Homeschooling.   If you’re a parent – especially a parent who preps, homesteads, or both — chances are you’ve thought about homeschooling.   Maybe you’re homeschooling already.  

      You’re not alone.   There’s more joining the homeschooling camp every year.    The National Center for Education Statistics reports 1.7 percent of kids were home schooled in 1999, 2.2 percent in 2003, and 2.9 percent in 2007.     In 2011, that figure was at 4 percent.   If you crunch the numbers that means the rate of growth in homeschooling is steadily increasing:   It increased 29% between 1999 and 2003, jumped to 36% between 2003 and 2007, and between 2007 and 2011, came in just under a 39% growth rate. Listen to this show in player provided—–> Read more “Home schooling, questions and answers with those that do!”

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