Category: Wilderness

SurvivalRing Radio Talk -Survival, Preparedness, and Self Reliance – 02/10/2017

Here’s today’s episode of SurvivalRing Radio. Today’s Topic?  The Basics of Self Defense Techniques, What a nuclear attack on the USA might look like, FREE fallout shelter plans, putting in your own well, News & more…all things you need to consider in building YOUR situational awareness lifestyle. http://www.freedomizerradio.com/blog/2017/02/survivalring-radio-talk-survival-preparedness-self-reliance-02102017/ Survival…what it takes, what you need, and how to become […]

PLANS: Selecting A Bug Out Location

Source: inchsurvival.com By: whitewolf Posted on: August 12, 2013 Leaving the security of your home and deciding to bug out should always be your last resort.  There are many different scenarios in which you could be forced to leave.  It could be a natural or man-made disaster or perhaps the economy has collapsed, society has broken down and […]

SURVIVAL: 2 Winter Systems You Need To Make It To Your Retreat… Alive

Source: americanpreppersnetwork.com By: Adrienne Posted on: March 27, 2014 But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter…” –Matthew 24:20 It is the prepper’s sum of all fears: a cold weather winter bugout. Heading for the hills in reasonably comfortable weather will be difficult enough, but add the threat of hypothermia, frostbite and the mental strain […]

KNOWLEDGE: Population Density Dot Map of the USA

Source: modernsurvivalblog.com By: Ken Jorgustin Posted on: February 16, 2014   Population density is an important factor when it comes to analyzing many different things. In the context of our website (preparedness and risk awareness), we might for example, examine population density versus the wide array of risks which could affect many numbers of people – including the […]

PREPS: THE 9 TYPES OF SURVIVALISTS–WHICH ARE YOU?

Source: thedailyprep.com By: Urbivalist Dan Posted on: October 15, 2010 Is this guy’s cousin a Poodle? It’s crazy to think that Rottweilers and Poodles are in the same family of animals. Or for that matter, Great Danes and Toy Chihuahuas. They are as different as they come. One is 200 pounds, the other is 2. In much the […]

Video: Make a Winter Survival Kit For Your Vehicle

Source: SurvivalSense.com Posted on January 29th, 2014  by Leon Pantenburg Travel can be very dangerous this time of year. Black ice, slippery pavement, high winds and blowing snow, or reduced visibility due to fog, rain and snow storms can all happen within a few miles. It doesn’t matter if you live in the Oregon high […]