Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,
| A Crashed Ford Mustang, left behind after an armed theft|
in central Täby, Sweden (ca 2017)
There are many sources of information for you and your family to use in your quest to learn about prepping and its related skills. Some of them local, like the town's library or adult education local at the community college. Some may be regional, such as the county agriculture extension service office and a larger cities' art and history museums. On a national scale, information sources like a national library, national archives, or the nation's military is available to you and your family.
With the explosion of the internet, thirty years ago, other sources have opened up to you and your family. Sources such as blogs, videos, websites, and many others, and that is the reason for this Wednesday blurb, to provide new and old sources of information to you and your family from the internet.
Let's get started.
That's right. Some folks still need to answer the question, ...
Preperdenss Advice - Why Store Food
Emergency Evacuation Kit
Every Day Carry
What do you have in your ...
YouTube: Guildbrook Farm - Prepper EDC: A Practical Woman's Every Day Carry
How do you and your partner plan to keep your family warm?
Restock your fuel supply, during an event?
The Organic Prepper - Selco: How to Stay Warm During a Long-Term SHTF Situation
Two More Questions
How about cooking?
Can you do that, too?
Our Tiny Homestead - How to Cook on a Wood Heat Stove
Have you ever heard the saying, ... Water, Water Everywhere, but Not a Drop to Drink or Spare.
Now, you know how to get water from the ocean.
YouTube: NightHawkInLight - How To Turn Salt Water Into Fresh Water (Simple Improvised Distillation)
I work with folks that buy their lunch everyday. They spend five, six, even seven bucks on a meal that isn't healthy.
Well, ... Here's some suggestions.
Daily Mail - Foolproof Five-step Formula for Preparing a Nutritious and Filling Midday Meal
Read the comments for some other tips for eating healthy and inexpensively, and the occasional snide remark ; - )
Here are several recipes using your family's medium and long-term food storage.
Safely Gathered In - Food Storage Friday: Homemade Bisquick Mix
Food Storage Made Easy - Fast and Easy Chicken Quinoa Soup
Food Storage Made Easy - Food Storage Recipes: Catalina Chicken
Food Storage Made Easy - New Years Resolutions and Hummus Recipe
Food Storage Made Easy - Shelf Stable Recipes: Peanut Butter Bread
The easiest way of dealing with a disease is to prevent it from happening.
How do you do that?
Until recently, more soldiers were killed by disease then the fighting!
MySelfDefenseTraining - MD0008: Introduction to Military Preventative Medicine
Nursing411 - MD0008: Introduction to Military Preventative Medicine
Some folks aren't going to purchase a full sized rifle, like the SKS because they don't feel the need.
To each their own.
With that said, here is ...
All Outdoors - Another Look at the Henry AR7
A Little Bigger
Now, some folks are going to want something a little more compact, then an AR-15 with a collapsible stock, and a little bit bigger bullet, like the ...
All Outdoors - Keltec’s RDB-S: What It Actually Is
|U.S.A.F Staff Sgt. Scott Perry trains Senior Airman Denisha Tinnin, |
on the proper use of a pen flare (ca 2016)
Staff Sgt. Laura J. Montgomery
Archive - American Survival Guide Vol. Two
A long time ago, ...
You and your family would be very limited on rugged survival gear. Usually, your only choice was surplus military gear.
It still may be a good idea.
YouTube: Corporals Corner - 782 Gear Loadout
Did I say, you can modify this stuff to suit your needs?
YouTube: FloridaBoy Survival - Medium ALICE Pack - Tips, Tricks & Mods
Readings and Additional Resources
Last, but not least. Some words of wisdom from Ol' Remus
Woodpile Report - Issue 568