It’s spring time in Missouri and that means that tornado season has officially started. We try to be as prepared as possible and having the storm shelter organized and fully stocked is a top priority this time of year.
Habits can be good or bad. They can be a wonderful thing or a curse. However, I believe in having good habits as a prepper. We need to be diligent in our personal growth as preppers and habits do this for us. Habits keep us accountable and help us to become better preppers. Some of […]
What are the 5 levels of preparedness? They range from not at all ready to bring it on… Weather, zombies, economic collapse. You name it. It is different for everybody.
All the ways we’re preparing the homestead for Alaska’s harsh winter.
Have you ever been in any natural disaster? They aren’t fun. In fact, they’re downright scary. The thought of potentially losing everything you have can cut through anything and stab at your gut. But, in those times, you have to be very particular with what you’re going to save and what you’re going to leave. […]
We live adjacent to the Smoky Mountain National Park and we run an organic farm. We were blogging yesterday and capturing our research about how the farm animals would behave during the solar eclipse that was at 100% here at the farm. There is an article forthcoming about the animals. But, in my photo download […]