A bug out bag could be essential to your survival.
It is always said to survive a crisis we need to be fit enough to overcome the hassles. And the one who is the fittest may win the battle of survival in the end.
Nowadays, we hear and read so much of antibiotic resistance and problems with children’s immunity against common bacteria because of incomplete dosages of prescribed medicines.
In Jamaica, an old holistic remedy is still used today… proving that not all history is bunk, as Henry Ford is said to have said….
Houses burn down everyday. Be Prepared if Yours happens to be next.
Survivalists will agree that if a disaster occurs stockpiling food may help one get through the months or long periods of high priced goods and services.
Apparently this guy did. I want to know what you’d do. What you think about this…
The basics of how to be prepared, in your home, for a major terrorist incident or natural crisis event. What you need to do to be ready for any large scale crisis that would disrupt life as we know it.
The how to list of being self-reliant in the face of a community -city-state or national disasters. Are Americans ready?
Is it paranoia to keep some extra food or maybe buy a gun, just in case? Could one natural disaster cause the complete breakdown of our society?
In the event of an emergency, it is extremely important that one have a tank full of gasoline, all the necessary survival equipment, and a good supply of money prior to bugging out. This supply of money should include not just small bills such as ones, fives, and tens, but also a healthy amount of coins.
We all are familiar with the type of axe commonly known as a tomahawk. This tool or better referred to as a weapon traditionally resembles a large hatchet but with a straight shaft for its handle. Its name originally was derived from the 17th century translation of a Virginian Algonquian’s word. Tomahawks were usually used as a general purpose tools by the Native Americans as well as the early European Colonials.