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  • Weekly Prepper Thread

    04/08/2016 1:37:59 PM PDT · by TMSuchman · 13 replies
    Myself | April 8,2016 | Mike Suchman
    Hello Everyone, it is time to once again to open our mind/s to the realms of saving our & families arse/s when things go from bad to worse. I would have posted up last week, but I & my family were under the weather, so I had to play nurse to the 3 of us. So now let us discuss property management. For me, we have 5 acres here in eastern central Mo. by the mighty Mississippi River [way above the flood plains too]. But about 1/3 of my property is over grown with trees & invasive plants. And in...
  • Ten Under-Rated Prepping Item

    01/05/2013 4:20:13 PM PST · by Kartographer · 100 replies
    Prep-Blog ^ | 1/5/13 | Butch C.
    1. Bic Lighters 2. A Good Winter Hat 3. Bullion Cubes 4. Baby Wipes 5. Glow Sticks 6. Paper Maps 7. Paper Plates 8. Ziplock Bags 9. Tabasco Sauce 10. Duct Tape
  • Our Most Popular Posts from the First 500

    11/29/2012 9:29:27 PM PST · by Kartographer · 13 replies
    Prepping To Survive .com ^ | 11/28/12 | Just for Fun
    Laura and I have been hoping for the best and preparing for the worst for quite a while now, but it wasn’t until April of 2011 that we started sharing our experiences and what we’ve learned along the way with others in the form of PreppingToSurvive. Our goals at the time were pretty simple: Explain the need we feel for preparing for an uncertain future. Discuss hesitations, concerns, and common objections to prepping that others may harbor. Share common sense approaches to preparing for the future. Provide insight into the physical, emotional, mental, and even spiritual requirements for surviving in...
  • Create A Three-Month Preparedness Plan

    11/08/2012 6:17:46 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 34 replies
    Personal Liberty Digest ^ | November 8, 2012 | Austin Fletcher
    While three monthsÂ’ worth of preparedness may seem like a long time, history confirms that it takes a combination of only a few emergencies for things like power, water and health services to be overloaded and run-down for weeks on end.For instance, New Orleans is still being rebuilt years later, and Japan was still cleaning up their nuclear meltdown more than six months after the tsunami. Should a severe snowstorm or forest fire cut you off from the grid, it certainly has the potential to last longer than a week. Thus, as you progress in your preparedness lifestyle, you will...