October 2014

  • Oct
    13
    Picking a Bug Out Location

    You might have to hit the road during an emergency situation. If that happens, where should you go? We are going to give you some tips so you can find the best bug out location. Close to Water Even if you plan to take a lot of water with you, you might run out if the situation lasts for a long time. You should be within walking distance of fresh water that you can purify and drink. Access to Town You will want to ge...

  • Oct
    10
    Materials for a Fire Pit

    If the power grid goes down, your stove won't work anymore. You can still cook your food, but you wil have to do it over a fire. You can build a fire pit in your yard to use for this purpose. First, you will need to have the necessary supplies. Necessary Supplies Start with some bricks. You don't need fancy bricks. As long as you can set the bricks up in a circle, they will work. You will also need medium grade gravel, a plank of wood...

  • Keep your Garden Alive in the Winter

    It is relatively easy to garden in the summer, fall, and spring. Things get a little more difficult in the winter, though. You have to know what to do when gardening in the winter so your plants stay alive. Otherwise, you will not have food once the winter is over. That will be a catastrophe. First, start growing the seeds indoors. That will allow them to take root before you move them outdoors. When you choose seeds to start, go with hardy pants. They do be...

  • How Nice Should Your Bug Out Location Be

    A lot of people wonder just how nice their bug out location should be. should they live in the lap of luxury when they go to their location or should they live like minimalists? The reality of the situation is, when you are in an emergency situation, you do not want to draw attention to yourself. You will draw attention if you insist on staying somewhere that is really nice. Instead, opt for a small cabin. It can have a single room and should not have tons o...