Tag: survival aids

Winter Tips on Staying Warm

With the shorter days, freezing conditions, wet weather and wind your chances of hypothermia increase.  Here are a few tips to keeping warm in the winter. Food Food is essential for winter survival.  It is a necessity for creating and maintaining proper body heat.  The calories in food produce energy and heat through the digestion…
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November 19, 2011 0

Sunday: The Other Side…of a Preppers Path!

Preventing disasters or calamity in your life. Learn about living your life in a manner that assists you in preventing disaster. Join Lynna on The Other Side of a Preppers Path Aug 7th 11am PST as she visits with Charlene Wells aka GG the Gorgeous Guru. You will come away with more effective tools for…
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August 6, 2011 0

Prepping For Survival Tonight 7/15/2011

Tonight: 7/15/2011 8:00pm/Central More about plants and medicinal purposes then a dive into animals. Dangerous animals, poisonous animals, lizards, bats, insects, snakes “forget about cutting and sucking”, how to fight a bear…Go to Listen & Chat for details.  

July 15, 2011 0

Finding direction with your watch

Have you ever been in the outdoors with no compass and wondered which way is north, south? You can use your watch. Hold your watch in front of you facing the sun. Rotate your watch so that the hour hand is pointing in the direction of the sun. Halfway between the hour hand and 12…
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July 12, 2011 0

Prepper Tips, Staying Cool

Chilling your body Get in a cool bathtub. Once you’re used to the temperature, let some water out and refill with cold water. Repeat until you are cold. Your body will stay cool for a long time after you get out. Sit outside in the shade. Get a bamboo mat for your chair; it rarely…
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June 30, 2011 0

A Preppers Story

A preppers Story is up and running. I am surprised at the quality and number of entries submitted. Please see this weeks addition by clicking on tab above “Preppers Story”,  read our story and submit your entry.

June 19, 2011 1

No Bug Out Bag, No Survival Items

One Mans Story Several years ago I was hunting in the Strawberry mountains of Oregon. We were up early that first morning and worked our way to the base of a shale hillside, left the horses, broke up into 2 groups, but I hunted alone that day. I am an experienced hunter, fairly experienced woodsman…
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June 7, 2011 0