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Getting Started with Radio Communications – Part 2: The 5 Things You Need Now

Getting Started with Radio Communications – Part 2: The 5 Things You Need Now

There seems to be a common list of things folks get when starting out as preppers. Websites and books are full of lists of guns, food, bunkers, and radios. And it seems there’s at least one thing that a majority of folks seem to agree […]

Thanksgiving Dinner Sun Oven Style

We love our Sun Oven! It’s very easy to use and no different than a conventional oven. You just need to point it at the sun. We carry this in our motorhome and consider it to be one of the most valuable pieces of prepper […]

Why Every Prepper Should Own an RV

Why Every Prepper Should Own an RV

That’s right, an RV is your ultimate mobile power station. If you don’t own one, you should. It can sustain you in a grid down situation and it can be moved to any location. This is our 3rd RV and we’ve been full-timing since 2012 […]

Getting Started with radio communications – Part 1

Getting Started with radio communications – Part 1

It’s 2018 and time to change our thinking about radio communications.  So let’s get this out of the way right up front, when it comes to radio communications and prepping every forum comment, every blog post, every magazine article, and every book written before the […]

Tansoren Solar Lantern

Tansoren Solar Lantern

I have been looking for a good, no great, solar lantern for awhile. Most didn’t seem bright enough to do the job but I came upon this little gem. It outputs 180 Lumens and it has all the extra features you would want in a […]

Anker 21W PowerPort Solar 2 Ports

Anker 21W PowerPort Solar 2 Ports

Earlier this year I decided to add a portable solar panel to my every day carry (EDC) bag.  I (like nearly everyone else) looked at a Goal Zero Nomad model, in my case the Nomad 13.  And like many folks, I just couldn’t justify spending […]

Blackweb 10,000 mAh Power Bank

Blackweb 10,000 mAh Power Bank

I recently upgraded the portable battery in my every day carry (EDC) from Wal-Mart’s Blackweb 5,200 mAh Power Bank to the 10,000 mAh model.  The smaller unit is a solid product.  My work space has limited outlets and connecting a cell phone to my work […]


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