There it is, sitting there alone and no one is around. I know it can hear something but I am not moving an inch. I see the head move in the opposite direction and that was my chance to stand up. I stood up
Zombie proof your home! Now and cheap Who can resist that statement! When you use the word Zombie, yes can mean anything, but when you need to reinforce your home like Fort Knox and are on a budget like me, you need all the help you can get. So follow these instructions and you will be ahead of the game. Safeguard your home, “The Basics”
Walking for miles now and all I can think of is keep going west, I am sure that is where I saw a town in that direction from where my helicopter crashed. As I was walking in a straight line I had to pass through mountains and thick trees in order to keep my bearing in line because you can get lost in thick forest, when all of the sudden I had to stop! Stop indeed, I walked
This month for September I would like for you to take the time out and inventory your Emergency Plan! Not only your plan but your equipment, food and your 72 hour kits! I know when you are living on a budget it is very hard to come up with the money for all that you need. Just know that if you SLOWLY take the time, you can find the great deals and piece together your kits and food.
Start with not drinking soda for a couple of days and use that money you saved towards your stuff. The dollar store has tons of stuff to fill your kits. All you have to do is look and you shall find. Keep up the good work!
CHALLENGE: See what you can do to take the BITE out of preparedness this month! Good luck and always ask some questions
Without question when I was deployed in Operation Enduring Freedom – The US Military issued me the SOG utility knife to carrier on me. But did I like it? With this question going on in the world of the US Military, Preppers, farmers or Continue reading “Gerber or SOG?”
Stopped for a second to get my bearing, and to see if I could find a river bed. I am stuck behind enemy lines and need to make it back to my unit. One of the hardest things we have to remember is to stay calm and