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Musings on prepparedness, survival and the like.

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Bug Out Jeep with Kayak

During my trip to Fort Collins Co I found this sweet Jeep packed with a high center jack, shovels and jerry cans. The best part was a one man kayak resting on the roof racks. Check that shift knob…it’s a grenade…lol

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Backpacking for Bug Out Practice

Recreational activities that keep you healthy are always a great idea, and hey if they also make you just that much closer to being prepared for a disaster situation then all the better. Backpacking is such an activity that lends itself perfectly into a preppers hobby list. Virtually everything about backpacking will make you more […]

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Preppers love Para Cord

In part 1 of our how to spot a prepper series we will discuss Parachute Cord, or Para Cord. Cordage is a must have in a survival situation, and having an abundance of cordage that is light weight, strong and versatile are top priorities. The great thing about paracord is that it is military spec, […]

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Bicycle Touring for Preppers

Bicycle Touring for Preppers A big part of my philosophy when it comes to prepping is that every prep should serve a dual purpose. A great way to flip that on its head is take up every day hobbies that translate well into prepper skills. There are many skills that translate well into a prepper’s […]

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Eco Prepping With A Water Catchment System

My philosophy on prepping is that your preps should serve a dual purpose if at all possible, and water chatchment or rain water harvesting systems are an excellent example of a dual purpose prep. They save you money on your water bill, save water in general as well as make an a superb prep should […]