Written for The SurvivalistBlog.net By Les Stroud aka Survivorman You can imagine almost any survival situation. Dumping a canoe in a set of rapids. Falling off the edge of a cliff. Or simply, you’re lost. So what next? What exactly do you do now? In reality, your next move could be the most important thing you ever do. It will be perhaps the most important decision you ever … [Read more...] about The Survivorman Zones of Assessment: The Key To Your Survival When The Situation Seems Hopeless
From "The Complete Book of Composting" Copyright 1960 by J. I. Rodale USING COMPOST FOR TREES Start right from the very beginning. Use compost to start and nourish your tree. We cannot recommend commercial, chemical fertilizers which do not add humus to the soil. You must add organic matter to the soil if you want productive, disease-free trees. Soil that is well supplied … [Read more...] about Growing Trees (Any Trees!) By The Grandma White Method
Reviewing is not my life, rather it is a byproduct of my intense desire for preparedness as an individual and a family man. This means that items like Woundseal are sought for their benefit and usability. Anyone who has a farm or works a garden and camps knows that minor cuts and scrapes can and do occur on a regular basis. This product is easy to use and functions well as a … [Read more...] about Woundseal for small to medium abrasions: Weekly product Review
By Joel Skousen and Andrew Skousen For the past year, it appeared as if Donald Trump was going to use military action to disarm North Korea, which continues to develop nuclear weapons and the intercontinental missiles to deliver them. However, this week, it looks like the Trump will succumb to North Korea’s false promises to give up its nuclear weapons---that same ploy used … [Read more...] about Prepper News and Threat Assessment for the Week of March 11, 2018
What did you do to prep this week? Not a lot this week, since I've spent most of the time working on something awesome for you all. Something awesome that I'll be revealing one-day next week. I'll give you a hint... your ready? Here it is, it's awesome! Okay, now over to you... What did you do to prep this week? … [Read more...] about What did you do to prep this week?
By Lurkerbob What are the requirements for a survival rifle? I will attempt to answer this question and provide what I think is the best answer. These rifle features are of primary importance: rugged and reliable, easy to use, carry and maneuver, adequate bullet range, easy to get ammunition, multiple loads ammunition, bullet casings reloadable These are the primary uses of a … [Read more...] about The 45-70 lever action – is it an effective survival tool?
by Prepared Grammy I have only been a beekeeper for about four years, but I vividly remember wanting bees when I was five years old. My grandma would take me to get honey from a beekeeper in town. I would walk to the hives and watch the bees while my sisters were too scared to get out of the car. Freddy, the beekeeper, would warn me that I was going to get stung, but I didn’t … [Read more...] about Stop Wasting Time And Start A Honey of a Hobby
Ella Wilson Nothing beats a well prepared raised bed to grow your crops this coming season. Looking at your luscious green garden full of healthy crops is a sight to behold for us gardeners. However, this may sound easy to you, but raising a beautiful garden needs a lot of work. Some people might consider gardening as a laborious job. But for some, it has become a hobby that … [Read more...] about How Do I Prepare My Raised Beds for Planting?
The main excuse that I hear from would-be preppers is that they don't have the money to buy any prepper gear so they just give up and don't do anything at all prep wise. And that's sad because while knowledge and learning skills are the two most important items that any prepper could have in an emergency, there are also many items that are listed on Amazon for under $20 that … [Read more...] about Prepper Gear You Can Afford [Best Prepper Products on Amazon Under $20]
by Col. D. The Kelly Kettle® is an old invention from England used by fisherman to boil water easily with many different types of dry fuel. The kettles are made either out of aluminum or stainless steel depending on personal preference. In this article, I will discuss the Kelly Kettle® stainless steel base camp model with a cooking kit and pot stand. Every prepper may wish to … [Read more...] about Kelly Kettle Review: The Hobo Stove, For Camping, Fishing and Survival
Well, folks, after over a year of consistently declining interest in prepping and thus falling traffic numbers to this and all other prepper sites I'm beginning to see an uptick once again. And that's a good thing... for everyone. The decline was due to the election of Donald Trump because it seems that a lot of people thought that their savior had arrived and now they were … [Read more...] about What did you do to prep this week?
by Bill H I was recently at a gun show and a dealer friend of mine had a couple of Smith and Wesson Model 10 revolvers. He also had a couple of the Taurus copies of the same gun. Prices were under $300 for each, for even the nicest specimen. All of us, this small group of gun show nuts, commented how they get no respect but they work. That is the beauty of the Model 10. It has … [Read more...] about Fall In Love With The Smith and Wesson Model 10