This little baby saved the day (night actually) at 10pm on a Saturday night. — Damaged tires are no match for Fix-a-flat. This 12 oz. bottle injects a complex liquid into damaged tires that creates polymerized air. Fix-a-flat also protects against future leaks. Leave this bottle in your trunk so … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2013
With the World Health Organization saying that the H7N9 bird flu virus is one the most lethal influenza strains ever identified. Here is an article on preparing for pandemics. — by Tess Pennington – http://www.readynutrition.com Let’s cut to the chase, it is very difficult to prepare for epidemics and pandemics … Continue reading
Power Dome To The Rescue!
Sometimes preparedness is more about the “minor” SHTF events than about the Zombie Apocalypse or Alien Evasion… even though they are not as glamorous. This weekend I was cleaning out the shed and getting the lawnmower and other yard machines out and running. It is getting close to time to … Continue reading
One of the most important survival skills you will ever learn is how to properly administer first aid. This is something I have given considerable thought to because I live forty-five minutes away from town, and the hospital there is only so-so. But in all honesty, the more we can … Continue reading
EDC Story–The Humble Notebook and Pen
The post is actually for a contest submission over at The Modern Survivalist, one of my favorite blog sites. In a previous post I went over my complete EDC. — My humble notebook and pen did not save me from a hoard of zombies or protect me from a North … Continue reading →