Inflatable Tent Turns Into Concrete

    This is a neat idea, I’m not sure how someone could use this in there own personal emergency storage, maybe in an earthquake when your house might get destroyed, but then you would need the water to harden it, But kind of cool anyway.        Concrete Canvas tents are “buildings in bag.” Watch as […] Read more »

Alternatives to a Survival Retreat!

          Northwest Survival Retreat Ideal Population Map Nice map with some great info from Modernsurvivalblog.com For the curious, I put together this map awhile ago which illustrates perimeter regions surrounding the population centers of city regions containing populations of 50,000 (red circles) and 200,000 (blue circles) people in the states of Montana, Idaho, eastern […] Read more »

12 Outdoor Survival Skills Every One Should Master

Think fast: You’re stranded in the woods with darkness falling and no help in sight. Can you to get safety before the elements (or wild animals) get to you? Wilderness guru Creek Stewart checks in to help you determine if your outdoor skills are ready. Sure, you’re in decent shape, and your iPhone has GPS […] Read more »

Sustainable Off Grid Living In A Safari Tent

Nice tent, if your going to live in the outdoors might as well be comfortable. Do you love going into the middle of nature for longer than a short weekend? If you’re among those who enjoy going to the mountain or the forest for adventures, not just relaxation, then the Barebones Safari Tent (<- available here) is […] Read more »

Yes! You Can Survive A Nuclear Blast

Most Americans do not know how to use warning signs or even recognize them if they occur, other than those that were once given by sirens sounding, which were stopped at the end of the cold war.                                Warning Signs! Worsening […] Read more »

Shelter in a Box

Nice concept probably needs to be implemented a lot more here in the USA for when the SHTF. ShelterBoxes are sponsored by service clubs, Rotary Clubs, school and church groups, businesses and individuals throughout the USA and around the world. Materials are ordered from a range of suppliers selected for general use, long-life, quality and […] Read more »

Have A Plan For Your Family And Yourself Step 11

If you know what is contained in the first nine steps, and you know your municipal plan for a war emergency, you should now make your personal and family survival plan. The success of your plan will depend on how many of the suggested recommendations you carry out. Your chances of survival increase as you […] Read more »

Know How To Get Rid Of Radioactive Dust Step 9

In Step 2, fallout was described as “sand”. To remove the danger, remove the sand. If you suspect that your clothes have fallout on them, remove your outer clothing before you come inside your home and leave it outside. Don’t shake these clothes inside the house or shelter. You would only scatter the fallout grit […] Read more »

Know Emergency Cleanliness Step 8

Your limited supply of water will have to be rationed and used only for essential purposes. If you have enough warning time before the arrival of fallout, fill your bathtub, all available buckets and pans with water. And remember that there is an emergency supply in your hot water tank. (Don’t forget this if in […] Read more »

Know First Aid And Home Nursing Step 7

The acquisition of First Aid and Home Nursing skills prepares individuals to serve effectively in a national emergency. If such an emergency occurs, the care of many thousands of injured or seriously ill persons becomes a tremendous task for the organized health services. Doctors and nurses may not be readily available to assist you. Thus […] Read more »