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Preppers: If you are looking for the most practical, insightful prepper websites and resource pages on prepping for preppers and more then you have come to the right place. Here are the 250 Best Prepper Resources online As you know there is no shortage of solid prepper, survival, and homesteading

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All of us use different ways of navigation in our daily lives. We follow roads and landmarks to get to our destinations. We use global positioning systems to tell us how far we have to drive and where to turn. However, what happens when things turn upside down for one

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Lisa Bedford
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Always be prepared: A mom’s look at prepping By: Patti Light When Lisa Bedford began writing her blog, The Survival Mom, in June 2009, her intention was to provide encouragement, information and resources to other moms who were becoming aware of the need to prepare their homes and families for

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Basics of Knot Tying
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Tie the Paracord Knot if You Want to Live. By: Will Richards Imagine that you’re a paratrooper in World War II flinging yourself out of the back of a roaring B-17 over Germany. You tumble into freefall like discarded baggage. The thunder of the props dissipates as the airplane leaves

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Off the Grid
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Urban Survival: Homelessness By: Christopher Williams Disasters can take on many forms, from unnatural (wars and terrorist attacks) to natural (hurricanes and earthquakes.) It is important to be properly prepared in order to survive all of them and then some. Many people in the financial meltdown found themselves out of

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Hitchhiking: The Rules of the Road By: Christopher Williams Introduction Food and shelter are the utmost things on a traveler’s mind, and sometimes, that does not leave any cash left over for transportation. How is it possible to travel without any money? Easy – hitchhiking is one of the cheapest

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Portable Generators: Noisy Yet Necessary
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Portable Generators: Gas Powered Peace of Mind By Mark R. Folse Shortly after the April 27th storms last year, my wife and I began to hear the steady rumble of a portable generator somewhere in our neighborhood.  It was not long until we acquired one ourselves.  Within two days after

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