Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Christmas is right around the corner and we are all scrambling to check our lists twice to make sure we have everything we are trying to get our friends and loved ones this season. However, as you shop remember to keep in mind stocking stuffers. Whether shopping for a survivalist or just trying to get some survival related stocking stuffers for friends and families we have some great stocking stuffers to stock up on for the holidays.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Whether you are out camping, hiking, or surviving, first aid is always a must. You can build shelters and start fires, but without first aid supplies you can still find yourself in a lot of trouble. Here are the essentials you should always make sure to have with you if you are going out in the wilderness.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
There is something about a book. The smell of the pages. The weight of it in your hand. With tablets for reading, books on tape, and ebooks that you can download to your computer, the real book seems to be going to the wayside. However, when it comes to survival, physical books are a must. Books are a resource that you can go to at any time, including when SHTF. Books don't need any source of power to work and therefore they can be your best resource when things go wrong.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Spring is always a time for cleaning up and starting fresh things. We clean out or garages, open the windows, and plant new gardens. Plants begin to bloom, leaves reappear, and we start thinking about fresh foods again.
One of the greatest places to find fresh food is out in the forests. Wild edibles are a nutritional, fresh, fun and free! So take a pleasant walk in the woods and pick up some tasty morsels for dinner.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
One of the basics of survival is shelter. Exposure can easily kill a person, faster than dehydration or lack of food. In most cases shelter is essential for someone who is trying to survive in the wilderness. These are our top five shelters that you should know how to make:
Monday, March 10, 2014
Spring is coming. The seasons are starting to change and the weather is starting to warm up. Okay, there is still more snow on the way, and it isn't warming up that much yet. However spring really is on the way, and that means that as it starts to warm up, we will all be heading back into the outdoors. However, while we are getting ready to shake of the lethargy of winter, so to will the animals. So as we go out on the rivers and trails of the fields, mountains and woods, we have to be prepared for encounters with animals.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
It's the time of year when we go out to play in the snow. We slip into snow pants, and take out our skis and snowboards and hit the slopes or hike and snowshoe into the mountains for beautiful icy views. On the steep slopes of hills and mountains though, no matter what activity we are engaging on, there is one danger we all have to be careful of. Avalanches.
Monday, January 20, 2014
In case you haven't heard, it is flu season again. With the number of flu related deaths on the rise, this season's flu has been declared an epidemic. It is affecting people between 18 and 64 the most severely, with 60% of hospitalizations for people with the flu being in this age range. So while the flu may not be at pandemic levels, and is likely not about to be a major worldwide disaster, it is still something to take seriously. So what are the risks, and what can we do to prepare and protect ourselves?