This post was written exactly 4 years ago, on my Facebook page. I still stand by it. Rich Fleetwood – February 7, 2012 · Riverton · Watching “Doomsday Preppers” on NGC this evening, with an as objective as possible viewpoint. I’ve been doing this stuff myself for 20 years, and in my position and experience, with the […]
…on my door. I received both an email AND a form request from my website this afternoon regarding my potential interest in being on the Doomsday Prepper show, for their second season, returning to the National Geographic Channel as the channel’s highest rated show ever. Why me? a) I’ve got two friends that have been […]
Review Survival Kit For Overseas Living: For Americans Planning To Live And Work Abroad is now in a revised and updated third addition. Fast-paced, practical, offering straightforward information and penetrating insights into the process of cross-cultural adaptation combine with hands-on suggestions for coping with the overseas experience. Readers learn how to avoid stereotypes, how to […]
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by Leon Pantenburg Some useful, very basic, recipes should be included any prepper/survival/ Bug Out backpack. It’s one thing to have staples, such as flour, but another to be able to consume them. And you need some very simple recipes for those times when you might only have a few ingredients. It only took the […]
Shared with permission of Leon from SurvivalCommonSense.comOriginally Posted on July 2nd, 2010 by Leon in Survival Equipment by Leon Pantenburg Mark all your gear so it can be easily found before you head for the back country. Here’s why. In low light, my fanny pack with all my survival gear would be hard to find. […]