Do you know what to do when SHTF and you don’t have a bugout cabin ready? This is one of the wilderness survival hacks you should have in your sleeve: how to build a survival shelter from the California survival school.
Have you ever thought about how our ancestors got through the harshest elements? We all know how difficult things can be even with today’s modern amenities. Well, here are some of Native American survival skills you can start learning. These skills also show how interesting our ancestors’ way of survival was too!
Preparedness in the harsh winter cold is essential, especially for an emergency situation. This list is a comprehensive one to date. It will show you what to pack in your winter survival kit and will make you feel warm just thinking about it.
There are numerous survival hacks you can find on YouTube. It’s definitely another platform that preppers need use to further hone their skills. You can choose any YouTube survival skills videos from this list to see what I mean.
The basics of blacksmithing can indeed be a very useful skill. You can either make what you need for yourself or for others in exchange for what you need. If blacksmithing is a valuable skill in the old days, it still has a lot of good uses in these modern times.
Have you heard of urban survival? How will you deal with with a bad situation in the urban areas? If not then these six street smart urban survival skills will get you through every street corner in the midst of chaos like never before.
Sometimes, the best survival tips can be found in the most unlikely of sources. Experience is the best teacher and a person will gain wisdom in every experience. These three “R’s” are tips from grandpa that can help you in a survival situation.
A first aid kit won’t do you much good if you don’t know how to use it. Try taking a class. They don’t cost much, and it could mean the difference between life and death.
You probably won’t be able to learn everything you need to know before the next disaster strikes. And if the power is out or the Internet is down, you won’t be able to Google whatever you need to know, so buy some books or print important articles and put them in a three-ring binder.
I’m talking about birth certificates, the deed to your house, your driver’s license, your marriage license, insurance policies, passports, social security cards, vehicle titles, and any other important documents. Make copies, put them in water-proof freezer bags, and keep them with your emergency supplies. Better yet, make a grab-and-go binder.