|Pioneers of emergency preparedness: Take note of the provisions, techniques|
|and tools of the pioneers who forged their way along the Oregon Trail and lived to tell |
about it. Pioneers were the original preppers.
|Put the pedal to the metal with bug out bicycles. Preppers will find use for|
|folding bikes, adult tricycles, surrey bikes and bicycle tents.|
|Survive cheaply. Read the top ten dollar store finds for preppers.|
|Something's fishy... because your local pharmacy won't stock FishMox! Learn why|
|you also need Potassium Iodide capsules, Nature's Way activated charcoal, and Fresh |
Green Black Walnut Wormwood Complex in your prepper's medicine cabinet.
|Get bugs-out. Dig into some natural ways to deter pesky bugs.|
|Wake up and smell the survival coffee! Preppers and survivalists will appreciate|
|the Six Benefits of Drinking Coffee.|
|Discover 14 Good Reasons to Stock Vinegar in your Pantry.|
|Off Grid Laundry. Consider new techniques for doing laundry off grid, such as diesel|
|washers, centrifugal dryers and more.|
|Prepper's Library. Looking to enhance your survival library? You'll find Hawke's|
|Special Forces Survival Handbook, a portable guide to getting out alive, along with |
other recommended books for preppers.
|Don't get bored in the bunker! Have fun with unusual board games for preppers.|
|The Seven Rules of Survival Psychology: Dramatically increase your chances for|
|Yoder-Lay-He-Who! Yoder's has a 10-year shelf life! Eat meats right from the can.|
|Every prepper should stock Yoder's canned meats, such as canned bacon, canned |
sausage, canned hamburger and more.
|Spice up your prepper's pantry! There are good reasons to stockpile spices.|
|Survival desserts. Discover two life-saving survival desserts and enjoy the|
|sweeter side of life with fun finds in freeze dried and emergency treats.|
|GMO-free Survival food: Check out Legacy Foods GMO-free emergency|
|Food storage fiesta! Say "Hola" to tasty Mexican Food storage combinations|
|beyond rice and beans.|
|Grow your own oats and groats! It's time to hoard oats and grow them while|
|they are still available.|
|Are lemons part of your preps? Every prepper needs a lemon tree or a stock of|
|crystalized lemon and juice in their preps.|
|Survival Medicine Cabinet. You'll be happiest in uncertain times knowing you've|
|stocked your survival medicine cabinet with these essentials.|
|Prepper Home defense. Be happy in knowing how to deter, delay and defend the|
|homestead with clever prepper home defense techniques.|
|Do you know the difference between a stun gun, a taser, pepper spray and|
|mace? Our prepper guide to stun guns offers some shocking tips to keep you |
happily away from the bad guys.
|Preppers and potatoes. Did you know you can survive on a HEALTHY MEAL of just|
|potatoes, milk and butter? It's reason enough to grow your potatoes! You can also |
buy freeze dried and dehydrated potatoes to last your family through the crisis.
|37 foods to hoard before crisis. Patriots, why buy the costly eBook when we are|
|happy to give you good information for free? Discover the essential foods available at |
the grocery stores today that might not be there tomorrow.
|37 non-food items to hoard. Find out what supplies to hoard before crisis. Get|
|them now while they're still available. Again, we're happy to give you information |
totally free of charge. (It's not a costly eBook.)
|Chewing gum should be part of your preps. Gum helps provide a sense of|
|normal lacy in uncertain times. Gum could help save your life in a survival situation |
and we'll show you how, so don't over look this inexpensive part of your preps!
|Paracords + paracord bracelets. Discover the fun of this general purpose utility|
|cord used by military personnel and survival enthusiasts to aid in an emergencies. |
Now you can craft your own paracord bracelets and more.
|Prepping for a puppy. To those who love dogs we say that man's best friend|
|deserves an emergency contingency plan. To that end, we've gathered a list of |
essentials. Here's the Prepper's Guide to Prepping for a Puppy.
|Toilet paper is just one of those things that doesn't seem like a luxury, until you run|
|out. What did people do before toilet paper?|
|The Great Depression. What did people eat during The Great Depression?|
|How did people survive? What lessons can we learn about storing a deep larder?|
|Powdered milk #10 cans. Got milk? Powdered milk is an important part of your|
|preparations, nutritious and an essential pantry item.|
|Laundry off the grid. Are you ready to do laundry the way your Great Grandmother|
|did it back in the day? Discover off the grid laundry techniques.|
|Baking Soda. Since Arm & Hammer began marketing baking soda in 1846, women|
|found many ways to use it. Today, preppers have many uses of baking soda.|
|Fight or flight. It's a basic instinct for both man and animal: the instant a being|
|realizes danger is imminent, there is a "flight or fight" decision to make. Be happy in |
knowing how to respond to the decision to bug in or bug out.
|Farming at home. An agrarian lifestyle will grow on you! Imagine the feeling of self-|
|reliance, and happiness you'll get farming in your own back yard or windowsill.|
|Meat is neat. Tuna? Check. Canned ham? Bacon! Check. No really, bacon!? In|
|uncertain times, variety will keep your family happy and provide an edge on survival. |
See our unusual shelf-stable meats.
|Prepper 100 TO DO list. Start prepping for your survival and live happily ever after.|
|Here's a list of 100 things a prepper could do.|