We love hanging out around the firepit when the weather is cool. One of my favorite things to do is lean back in an Adirondack chair with a cold brew and cozy fire to warm the toes. But sometimes getting a fire going in the pit is a frustrating task. While hubz is sent hunting […]
Homesteading and preparedness go hand in hand. Here’s how I’m using my homesteading skills to prepare for the worst.
This is the third post in the series. You can also read about Physical Preparedness and Spiritual Preparedness. The title says prepping is more than beans, bullets, and band-aides, then I go an write about medical preparedness. This post isn’t about the little first aid kit from Walgreen’s. Not to say those aren’t bad, but […]
Emergencies happen and it is important to be prepared for a variety of issues when on the road. But let’s not just prepare for a long trip – emergencies can happen while we’re running errands. It isn’t just zombie apocalypse but flat tires, serious traffic jams, getting lost, etc…go Boy Scout and Be Prepared! Create […]
Knowing where your electric breakers are and which breaker controls which circuit can be a life saving skill. This post covers getting to know your breakers and how to turn off the master switch should a fire occur.
Lost in the wood and in need of drinking water? Learn how to find safe drinking water when you’re lost in the wilderness so you can avoid getting sick or dehydrated before you’re found.