Jason Burgett is back. A couple of weeks ago on Back Woods we covered fire making and wild etibles in relation to trees among other things before we ran out of time. The man is a wealth of good off the land survival information and I got him back. This Friday Jason is going to share with us natural cordage making, fishing and…Go To Listen and Chat for details.
Original post by redpenguin on American Preppers Network
I cant really remember when my eyes were opened exactly; maybe it was normal mind-wandering about providing for my family, the introduction to QE 1 and then QE2, or maybe it was the skyrocketing price of guns, gold and silver. Whatever the reason, roughly 18 months ago I began “prepping”, though I didnt know that is what I was doing at the time. My wife had just gotten pregnant with our first child and we had just gotten out of debt completely so I began building a stockpile of cash. Now that I think about it being 27 years old, renting a house with all other debts paid and having quite a bit of cash with a pregnant wife was probably the eye opening experience. I suppose the final straw to “flip the switch” in my brain was the video Read more “My Family’s Prepping Experience”
As I was driving up the winding Mink Creek Road into the Caribou National Forrest, southwest of Pocatello, Idaho. I reflected on a Memorial weekend camp out 14 years ago in the Buffalo Campground at Island Park, Idaho. I was joined by my sister and her two boys. Instead of enjoying the sounds of nature, I was treated to the sounds of three nearby families arguing and the droning of generators. I made a vow to myself that weekend. I would never camp in a Read more “Camping and Tips as told by Prepper Mike B.”
BOB list… and this one is awesome
Here is a list of supplies and equipment I put together and shipped to my daughter and son-in-law who live in NYC for their BOB. Some of this is also for emergency Read more “Whats in your B. O. B.”