In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal my favorite way to store emergency water, the best way to communicate across the country (or the globe) after a disaster, what you need for covert cooking during a crisis and more.
Here are a five ways to gather intelligence after a disaster. Hopefully, these techniques will help you and your family get the information you need to stay safe if a crisis erupts in your town — shutting down your usual means of communication.
In this edition of the Weekly Drop, you’ll discover the best multitool for people on a limited budget, whether plants are a sufficient deterrent to home invasions, alternative home defense weapons if you’ve been stripped of your right to bear arms and how to mentally prepare yourself for a life-or-death situation.
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.
Part of my goal for the Weekly Drop is to foster a dialogue among my readership. Pooling the best prepping advice means everyone can be better prepared for the unexpected. When the SHTF, you’ve got to look out for you and yours, but there’s no us-versus-them in prepping
I realize in this day and age, a lot of folks think survival skills are outdated. But you never know when one or more of these useful skills just might save your life. Make a resolution to learn at least one new thing this year. One day, your life might depend on it.