Headlamps are great! I have a number of them and keep one in every survival kit. You probably have one or more too as part of your survival or camping gear.There is some good and there is some bad though. And that’s why as part of my gear I
When I first got terrified into prepping, I was a new father. I am very thoughtful in how I present that first sentence. I was terrified into prepping. A long-running history about the fear of the end of it all, coupled with being a new
In elk hunting, it’s the hope of bagging one that sucks us hunters out in crappy weather into remote mountainous areas. The day was bitterly cold in Idaho’s Selway wilderness, the snow was knee deep and there were miles between us and the nearest road.
What was the best method
The Space Shuttle Columbia launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on January 16th, 2003. STS-107 would disintegrate on re-entry 15 days later, killing all seven of the crew members on board. SurvivalBlog salutes all seven crew members: Commander Rick Husband, Pilot William McCool, Mission Specialist David Brown, Mission
General Eisenhower is quoted as saying, “In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” We can extrapolate that to preparedness and realize that the planning process is very valuable too.
Strategic Planning for Bug Out Location or Homestead
There are many types of
Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. And it bears mention that most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of SurvivalBlog’s Founder and
Here’s how to make a good sourdough starter from scratch and how to keep it alive (feeding it). No added yeast. Sourdough bread baking instructions.Sourdough Starter Recipe3 tablespoons whole rye or wheat flour.Enough water to make what looks like a “thick pancake batter.”Stir to mix and let it sit
When you’re hiking, camping, or backpacking far from civilization, meal time is sacred. Sitting down to rest
Do you get uneasy when it the sun starts to go down? Prefer to have a nightlight on, and don’t like dark places at all? What happens if you get lost, and the darkness starts to fall?
Here are some ways to help you deal with this problem before it
I have to admit that the canned meat tests that my husband and I have been doing have been a bit of fun! This next installment concentrates on herring or kippers. We will be testing other types of canned fish but after buying up a