What To Expect In 2020- The battle over gun control is going to get worse, leading to shootings and even armed battles

For the last several years, I’ve developed the habit of looking forward to the New Year, with the idea of recognizing the potential problems we’re going to face. This is actually a normal part of my own prepping; what’s been different is that I’ve been sharing it with you, my readers. Since 2020 is anContinue reading “What To Expect In 2020- The battle over gun control is going to get worse, leading to shootings and even armed battles”

5 Things You Can Do If People Find Out You’re A Prepper

You’re a prepper and I’m sure you’re doing everything you can to make sure that your family will be safe when and if a disaster strikes. Part of that is doing everything you can to maintain OPSEC, so that nobody knows what you’re really doing. After all, you don’t want people showing up at yourContinue reading “5 Things You Can Do If People Find Out You’re A Prepper”

15 Vital Items The Pioneers Stockpiled For Hard Times

We tend to think that stockpiling food and supplies for an emergency is a modern invention. But it’s not. It actually started thousands of years ago, with people stockpiling food for a snowy day. Those ancestors of ours knew something that most of us today have forgotten: the fact that winter comes every year andContinue reading “15 Vital Items The Pioneers Stockpiled For Hard Times”

4 Forgotten Ways Your Ancestors Stayed Warm During Winter

Your home’s heating is an essential part of your survival in cold weather. Even if your house is insulated well, it will eventually get dangerously cold if your heating system is off or the power grid goes down. Many homesteaders have fireplaces or wood-burning stoves in their homes, an idea that has plenty of merit,Continue reading “4 Forgotten Ways Your Ancestors Stayed Warm During Winter”

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