What would you do now if you knew in 6/12/18 months there would be economic collapse or a severe depression? With all of the chaos of a financial collapse aside what would you do? If you still had a job would the pay be worth anything when things start to crumble? Consider the cost of… Continue reading Economic collapse preparation – an exercise
Eggs n’ preppn’ for breakfast
We do a lot every day to prepare for an unknown event. Stashing some food away, making extra payments to reduce our debt, practice at the range, learning how to use our gear, and more. We’re buying our gear and putting together go bags, canning, everything we can to ‘gear up’. But think for a… Continue reading Eggs n’ preppn’ for breakfast
Diversity in your preps – training
One thing that I see a lot of folks doing as they are getting ready for some future event (job loss, economic collapse, zombies, whatever) is to get a TON of gear so they will have a ton of hope when it comes – whatever it is that everything will be ok… but let’s pause… Continue reading Diversity in your preps – training
Power’s out! Are we ready?
I just got a text message from the counties code red alert system. Power is out! Are we ready!? See how our impromptu power drill worked out.
10 Phases of a new beekeeper
A friend is interested in bees this year – they asked for some help – they are nervous and unsure of what to expect. I jotted down a quick 10 phase list of what to expect as a new bee keeper. The details can be overwhelming, but they can be with anything else – so… Continue reading 10 Phases of a new beekeeper
What is a prepper?
That’s a good question… There are several different answers to that one. There are many levels of prepping so there is not really a simple definition. Preppers can range from the one that’s ready for the basic 72 hours of trouble all the way through somebody that can hide in their bunker under the backyard… Continue reading What is a prepper?
Here’s a great idea – an inexpensive ceramic filter for water filtration or an inexpensive drip filter. but a small hole in the bottom of a 5 gallon bucket and fasten this to the bottom of the bucket. For an extra tight seal you could use some silicone, but it probably isn’t necessary. This is… Continue reading Monolithic Filters