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Episode 27 Season 2 - Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show

Saturday, January 25th - 2015

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show

 - Surprising insights into the effects of wood fuel burning
 - Leatherman Tread Wearable Tool Kit
 - Bartering after a collapse
 - Special Guest Luke McLaughlin from Holistic Survival School  



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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: January 24, 2015, 1:00 pm
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Episode 26, Season 2 Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show:

 - Couple Sues Government of Canada for tree falling on tent

 - Tuning a primitive bow

 - Psychology of Prepping

 - Re-design of www.barefootbushcraft.com

 - Nicholaus Vieira of Crazycaver.com  


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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: January 17, 2015, 3:50 pm

Season 2, Episode 25

Saturday, January 10th - 2015

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio show, we discuss

 - Letter from a listener
 - Things they don't tell you on an Antarctic expedition
 - Putting Serving on a Bow string
 - Prepping Food
 - Special Guest Jimmy McSparron of  manusurvival.com

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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: January 11, 2015, 2:46 am


Living through an emergency event is stressful enough to your health, but what if you have an immune system that is compromised by the things you eat and you are suddenly thrust into a situation where your food options are limited even further? I think about that a lot because I, too, am celiac.

Thankfully the choices available to those who can’t eat certain foods are getting more plentiful. Bread options that used to taste worse than cardboard are now surpassing their gluten-laden counterparts in quality and delectability. 

There are numerous theories out there as to why we, in this day and age, are suffering more than those from a couple of generations before us, but we’ll save that discussion for another day because then I’d have to change the title of this article. Though natural food is always the better choice, what the rising number of sensitivities and allergens means is that those who grow our food, process our food and supply us with our food are far better off if they pay attention to the changing needs of those who consume the food.

http://totalprepare.ca/shop/freeze-dried-emergency-food/gluten-free-products/
When we found Legacy Premium Freeze Dried Food, not only were we excited about the great taste, the high quality ingredients (GMO free!), the 25 year shelf life and the large serving sizes per package, but we were thrilled that Legacy also carried gluten-free options!

Legacy really cares about what their consumers are eating. In fact, we had a customer who was extremely allergic to cumin and there was question as to whether cumin was hidden in the noncommittal ingredient term “and spices”. Knowing was important to our customer if she was going to be living off this food for any length of time after an emergency so Legacy cheerfully went to great lengths to come back to us within 24 hours with an answer. We now have a happy customer who won’t lose precious energy dealing with an angry immune system while she’s navigating the disaster around her.

http://totalprepare.ca/shop/freeze-dried-emergency-food/bulk-single-items/
Legacy Essentials and MegaOne Shakes are also gluten-free which gives the home prepper even more delicious and nutritious options. The problem will be to resist raiding the emergency supply for use in your daily meal preparations.   
 
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Spread the word to your celiac friends. In a world where gluten-free is often an afterthought, it’s refreshing to have choices because somebody thought of us. It should also be noted that food limitations aren’t just limited to those with celiac disease. We, at Total Prepare, can help even the cumin avoiders of the world. Call us to help you find emergency food that will fit your dietary needs so you too can count on your full health in the event of an emergency.
Author: Total Prepare
Posted: January 10, 2015, 12:23 am

WINTER BUSHCRAFT ADVENTURE


Your aircraft has gone down, and it is winter in the Rocky Mountains...would you be able to survive?



Aurora Bushcraft & Survival wants to show you how!

Learn firebuilding, navigation, knife and saw safety and cutting techniques, winter survival, shelter building, winter foraging and snow travel on a weekend long winter bushcraft adventure in the challenging environment of Southwestern Alberta's winter.



"Aurora Bushcraft & Survival strives to deliver quality outdoor education by giving participants knowledge relevant to the outdoor world they know today. We believe in environmental stewardship, fostering relationships between people and nature, and promoting safe outdoor practices. Through this, we deliver experiences that are second to none. Based in the Calgary area, our courses are for anyone wanting to learn bushcraft, wilderness living, and survival skills." - Aurora Bushcraft & Survival website

About the instructors -



Connor NoyesLead Instructor

Connors passion for the outdoors sparked as a youth exploring the Alberta Badlands and the Boreal Forest and waters of Ontario. Through organizations such as Scouts and Army Cadets, he grew up learning outdoor skills and leadership, eventually transpiring into a career teaching in the outdoors. His love of the wild lies in traditional skills, such as woodcraft, archery, canoeing, and bushcraft. Having instructed for organizations such as the Venture Centre in the UK, the Calgary Canoe Club, the Calgary Outdoor Centre, and for Scouts Canada Chinook Council, he is driven to deliver the best instruction possible, and skills that will last you a lifetime.
 
PictureAndrea Sebok
Instructor

What we know about Andrea is that she grew up on a farm and we guess she never left. Andrea is right at home in the bush- whether its paddling into the wind across a lake, or foraging in knee deep snow to collect sap for Spruce gum, she loves every minute of it. When not teaching, Andrea works as an Animal Health Technician, specializing mainly in large animals. Her passions for the outdoors include snowshoeing, paddling, snowboarding, and on occasion you will find her flying through the mountains by quad. Her passion for teaching started in college, coaching high school volleyball and now is applied to teaching for Scouts Canada, and for ABCs. 
 
The winter bushcraft course runs from February 27th to March 1st at Beaver Mines Lake, Alberta.
The cost is only $220.00, which includes food, by the way.
But...members of the Canadian Preppers Network will receive a $50.00 rebate and pay only $170.00.
 
 For more information, or to sign up for the course:
Website:
 
Email:
 
Phone:
403-805-3441
 

 



Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: January 9, 2015, 4:18 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Yellowstone Caldera : 

The Biggest Volcanic Eruption Ever Awaits Mankind 


The Yellowstone Caldera is the volcanic caldera and supervolcano located in Yellowstone National Park in the United States, sometimes referred to as the Yellowstone Supervolcano. The caldera is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, in which the vast majority of the park is contained. The major features of the caldera measure about 34 by 45 miles (55 by 72 km). The caldera formed during the last of three supereruptions over the past 2.1 million years. First came the Huckleberry Ridge eruption 2.1 million years ago, which created the Island Park Caldera and the Huckleberry Ridge Tuff. Next came the Mesa Falls eruption 1.3 million years ago, which created the Henry's Fork Caldera and the Mesa Falls Tuff. Finally came the Lava Creek eruption 640,000 years ago, which created the Yellowstone Caldera and the Lava Creek Tuff.

The last full-scale eruption of the Yellowstone Supervolcano, the Lava Creek eruption which happened nearly 640,000 years ago, ejected approximately 240 cubic miles (1,000 km3) of rock, dust and volcanic ash into the sky.

Geologists are closely monitoring the rise and fall of the Yellowstone Plateau, which measures on average 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) yearly, as an indication of changes in magma chamber pressure.

The upward movement of the Yellowstone caldera floor between 2004 and 2008 — almost 3 inches (7.6 cm) each year — was more than three times greater than ever observed since such measurements began in 1923. From mid-summer 2004 through mid-summer 2008, the land surface within the caldera moved upward as much as 8 inches (20 cm) at the White Lake GPS station. By the end of 2009, the uplift had slowed significantly and appeared to have stopped. In January 2010, the USGS stated that "uplift of the Yellowstone Caldera has slowed significantly" and that uplift continues but at a slower pace. The U.S. Geological Survey, University of Utah and National Park Service scientists with the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory maintain that they "see no evidence that another such cataclysmic eruption will occur at Yellowstone in the foreseeable future. Recurrence intervals of these events are neither regular nor predictable." This conclusion was reiterated in December 2013 in the aftermath of the publication of a study by University of Utah scientists finding that the "size of the magma body beneath Yellowstone is significantly larger than had been thought." The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory issued a statement on its website stating,

" Although fascinating, the new findings do not imply increased geologic hazards at Yellowstone, and certainly do not increase the chances of a 'supereruption' in the near future. Contrary to some media reports, Yellowstone is not 'overdue' for a supereruption. "

Other media reports were more hyperbolic in their coverage.

A study published in GSA Today identified three fault zones that future eruptions are most likely to be centered on. Two of those areas are associated with lava flows aged 174,000--70,000 years, and the third area is a focus of present-day seismicity.






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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: January 6, 2015, 2:00 am

FrankWolfEpisode 24, Season 2

Saturday, January 03, 2014

  In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show: - Year in Review - Invasive Species Not That Bad - Man Falls Into Niagara Falls Gorge - To Bug In or Bug Out? - Special Guest Frank Wolf
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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: January 3, 2015, 4:00 pm
Fernando

Season 2, Episode 23

Saturday, December 27, 2014

- Eating wild plants on a backpacking trip
- The Prepping Tree Of Life
- Interview Fernando Aguirre from The Modern Survivalist

[Click Here To Listen To Episode 23, Season 2]

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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: December 27, 2014, 2:19 pm
Mick Dodge

Season 2 Episode 22

Saturday, December 20, 2014

In this Episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show
 - How to take fitness outdoors in Winter
 - Healing Teas from Winter Teas
 - Introduce "Che's Preppers Corner"
 - Interview Mick Dodge

[Click Here To Download Episode 22, Season 2]

 
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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: December 20, 2014, 4:00 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Secrets Of The Castle

Episode 2


How many times have we heard that an EMP would send us back to midevil times?  As disturbing as that statement is, how many of us understand exactly what that would mean?  Have you ever wondered what it would take to build a suitable enclosure for defence?

Well, the BBC has done it again with the miniseries, Secrets of the Castle.  A team of archaeologists and historians will spend six months learning how a castle is built, but also how many of the everyday items such as cookware were produced.




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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: December 16, 2014, 1:00 am
DarianBacon

Season 2 - Episode 21

Saturday, December 13, 2014

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show, Wolfmaan discusses:
 - The Lumbersexual
 - Dig Dirt? It's World Soil Day
 - Special Guest Darian Bacon from Harvest Gathering  

[Click here to download episode 21, Season 2]

 
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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: December 13, 2014, 4:00 pm


One of the things about living in a country as large as Canada, is that the types of environmental emergencies for which we need to prepare tend to vary from coast to coast. Earthquakes are the talk of the town on the West Coast while hurricanes and snow storms are all the buzz on the East Coast, and it doesn’t take much to stir up rumours of tornados as skies turn green and black clouds roll in over the beautiful Prairie fields.

Does one kit fit all? 

Certainly the survival gear, food and water found in any standard kit are useful across the nation. But what if you could tailor your kit so that it better fit the disaster most likely to hit your neighbourhood?


Well now you can! These new kits on the block do just that. For example, the Flood Survival Kits come with a mosquito net and waterproof pouch; the Hurricane Survival Kits come with a 15 inch pry bar; and the Tornado Survival Kits contain tornado specific supplies such as an NOAA weather radio, pry bar and a 4-in-1 emergency tool. Check out the remaining new kits here.

But that’s not the best part.

The new kit on the block is the envy of all other kits because it’s the only kit around that contains the super cool, super healthy, super emergency food - MegaOne Meal Replacement Protein Shakes!  Now every kit wants one.

These power house protein shakes are the pride and joy of these kits. Packed with 28 superfoods, these vitamin and mineral filled shakes are gluten, dairy, soy and GMO free.  15-30 servings per bag. Just add water, shake and stir. No cooking needed, no stoves and fuel to pack around. Your load just got lighter. For information on the MegaOne Meal Replacement Protein Shakes, see our articlefrom last month.

And just when you thought you’ve heard it all…

These kits also come in three levels, depending on the extent of your preparation needs and on how many people will be relying on you for supplies: Basic, Deluxe and Premium. For 72 hours, the Basic and Deluxe kits have enough supplies for two people while the Premium kits accommodate four.

What are you waiting for? Welcome the new kit on the block into your family and be prepared, no matter what part of Canada your neighbourhood is in.



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Call us at 1.888.832.1733.  
 
 

Author: Total Prepare
Posted: December 12, 2014, 9:20 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Secrets Of The Castle


How many times have we heard that an EMP would send us back to midevil times?  As disturbing as that statement is, how many of us understand exactly what that would mean?  Have you ever wondered what it would take to build a suitable enclosure for defence?

Well, the BBC has done it again with the miniseries, Secrets of the Castle.  A team of archaeologists and historians will spend six months learning how a castle is built, but also how many of the everyday items such as cookware were produced.



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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: December 9, 2014, 12:00 am
Prepping can be a wide and varied world with all sorts of scenarios to look at and prepare for. It doesn't matter if you are a seasoned prepper or a newbie to all this, what are your questions? What drives you crazy that you wish you understood better? I've prepared a two question survey and hope you'll take 30 seconds to fill it out. The results will be anonymous and won't be compiled or anything like that. The goal here is to see what common problems are out there with the hopes that I can help you get the answers.

The two questions are:
1) What are the top two questions you have about
getting your food storage in place?

and

2) What holds you back from preparing better?

You can complete the survey here:
http://goo.gl/forms/tzuVhl2nJX

Lastly, don't forget our Briden Christmas sale is on until  
Monday December 8th.

This post by Dwight from Briden Solutions - Proudly helping Canadians obtain high quality Survival supplies. 
Author: Briden Solutions
Posted: December 6, 2014, 8:27 pm
Jerry-Kobalenko

Season 2, Episode 20 Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show

Saturday, December 06, 2014

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio show, host Wolfmaan discusses: - Construction at the Barefoot Bushcraft School - Youtube Video on Bikejoring - Russian tigers terrorise Chinese people - Interview special guest Jerry Kobalenko of www.kobalenko.com

 [CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SEASON 2, EPISODE 20]

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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: December 6, 2014, 4:00 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Meltdown At Three Mile Island

The Three Mile Island accident was a partial nuclear meltdown that occurred on March 28, 1979 in one of the two Three Mile Island nuclear reactors in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States. It was the worst accident in U.S. commercial nuclear power plant history. The incident was rated a five on the seven-point International Nuclear Event Scale: Accident With Wider Consequences.
The accident began with failures in the non-nuclear secondary system, followed by a stuck-open pilot-operated relief valve in the primary system, which allowed large amounts of nuclear reactor coolant to escape. The mechanical failures were compounded by the initial failure of plant operators to recognize the situation as a loss-of-coolant accident due to inadequate training and human factors, such as human-computer interaction design oversights relating to ambiguous control room indicators in the power plant's user interface. In particular, a hidden indicator light led to an operator manually overriding the automatic emergency cooling system of the reactor because the operator mistakenly believed that there was too much coolant water present in the reactor and causing the steam pressure release.
The accident crystallized anti-nuclear safety concerns among activists and the general public, resulted in new regulations for the nuclear industry, and has been cited as a contributor to the decline of a new reactor construction program that was already underway in the 1970s. The partial meltdown resulted in the release of unknown amounts of radioactive gases and radioactive iodine into the environment. Dire predictions were made by anti-nuclear movement activists; however epidemiological studies analyzing the rate of cancer in and around the area since the accident, determined there was a small statistically non-significant increase in the rate and thus no causal connection linking the accident with these cancers can be made. Cleanup started in August 1979, and officially ended in December 1993, with a total cleanup cost of about $1 billion.



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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: December 2, 2014, 12:00 am
JenniferPharrDavis

Season 2, Episode 19

November 29, 2014

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show, Wolfmaan discuses

- New theme music
The loss of Sherdoc Yadaki
Replacing Slingshot Bands Video
- Interview with Jennifer Pharr Davis of the Blue Ridge Hiking Company  

[CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SEASON 2, EPISODE 19]


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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: November 29, 2014, 4:00 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Killer Flu

In 1918, a flu pandemic ripped through the global population with such speed and virulence that by the end of the following year an estimated 40 million people would be dead. Where did this particular flu strain come from, and what made it so deadly? 85 years later, virologists and epidemiologists the world over are still hunting down the answers to those two critical questions.



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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: November 25, 2014, 1:00 am
Maria Leijerstam

Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show Season 2, Episode 18

November 22, 2014

On this episode Wolfmaan discusses: - Voicemail from a listener - Thunder Snow - Various clothing insulations - Interview Maria Leijerstam from http://www.whiteicecycle.com  

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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: November 22, 2014, 4:00 pm
Oil.  Some of the everyday uses are obvious.  We use oil as fuel for heating and transportation, we make plastics and textiles from oil, and many common medications such as A.S.A. are also made from petroleum.  The dependency on oil by modern society is likely understood only to a small degree by many of us.  Sure, we all "think" we know how dependent we are on the black gold, but most of us likely underestimate it.



Another misunderstanding about oil, as it turns out, seems to be its origin.  For the past 250 years or so, we have all believed the abiogenic theory that oil is produced by dead organic matter.  However, a new theory as to the origin of oil has surfaced called the abiogenic theory.  The theory's adherents believe that oil originated as carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas rising through the deep layers of the Earth's crust. If this mixture was lucky enough to find zirconium-containing minerals, it could react and produce petroleum hydrocarbons, meaning that the earth naturally, and continuously, produces oil.  In fact, it would seem that three Swedish researchers have proven not only that oil is produced abiogenically, but that the whole idea of it being a fossil fuel is false.  

But wait, like so many other issues of great significance, not everyone agrees with this newly formed theory.  One of the so called facts that are supposed to prove the abiogenic theory is that previously capped "dry" oil wells have been reopened due to regeneration...but not so fast.  Apparantly, most of these wells were capped when oil extraction percentages were somewhere around 35%.  Newer technology and pumping techniques now allow for 65% extraction or more...thus explaining the so called regeneration.

Ridiculing new science and theories is not a new phenomenom...after all, the world was once considered to be flat, and the poor schmo that had the audacity to suggest otherwise was utterly ridiculed by the scientific community of that time.  So, could it be true that the earth is naturally generating crude oil with inexhaustible sources?  Sure, why not!  But does that really matter?

One thing that history has shown us over and over again, is that the mishandling of crude oil has detrimental effects on our environment.  We all remember the Exxon Valdez spill of 1989, when 11 million gallons of crude were spilled into the Prince William Sound.  It’s estimated 250,000 seabirds, 2,800 sea otters, 300 harbor seals, 250 bald eagles, up to 22 killer whales died along with billions of salmon and herring eggs.  As bad as that sounds, it ranks a mere 36th on the list of the worlds worst oil spills, with the worst unintentional spill being the gulf spill in 2010, which released 206 million gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico. The burning of petroleum products has been scientifically linked to acid rain, global warming, the production of carcinogenic byproducts, and many more environmental and health issues.  Need we explore more?

So let's go back and consider for a moment that the earth is indeed round, and that oil is produced naturally and constantly.  The biggest question should be how fast is oil produced?  Oil demand is in constant growth in today's society.  The need for cheap energy is directly linked to economic growth.  Let's keep in mind that our monetary system depends on constant growth to avoid collapse.  The problem is, the more we grow, the greater our need for energy grows, leading to an infinite curve.  The more we grow, the greater rate of energy growth we need to sustain that growth.  Even if the earth is producing oil naturally, it stands to reason that the rate of production is finite, meaning that it can only produce a certain amount in a given time, regardless of how much we need.

Many proponents of abiogenic oil will argue that the whole peak oil idea is now moot.  Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.  If indeed the earth is producing oil at a rate that could survive any growth curve, why then, given the age of the earth, is it not 70% covered in oil instead of water?  Also, even if the earth is replenishing oil wells, why must we cap them and wait for more oil to flow into the well?  The answer to this is easy...we are using it up faster that the earth can replenish it.  Wow, look at that, peak oil rears it's ugly head again, just with a slightly different definition.

If indeed oil is produced naturally and constantly, this process has a finite rate, which means that constant economic growth, which is directly related to cheap energy, cannot be maintained.  So much for the end of peak oil!




Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: November 19, 2014, 12:00 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Perfect Disaster, Ice Storm

Well, watching the first real snow fall of the year outside my window, I got a bit nostalgic and thought of the event that caught me so off guard, that I vowed never to be vulnerable again...and my prepping journey began.

Discover Chanel documents the ice storm that hit eastern Canada in January of 1998.  Hundreds of thousands of people were left without power, many for days or weeks as several inches of freezing rain covered trees and toppled power transmission lines.


 


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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: November 18, 2014, 1:00 am
ArcherAddy

Season 2, Episode 17

Original Air Date November 15, 2014

In this episode of the Barefoot Bushcraft Radio Show, Wolfmaan talks about:
- Letter from a listener
- Special Guest Archer Addy from www.archeraddy.com

[CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD S2 EPISODE 17]

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Author: Barefoot Bushcraft
Posted: November 15, 2014, 4:01 pm
The day has come. For whatever reason, be it environmental or situational, an emergency has struck and you are eating the food you have carefully stored up for such an event. What is on your menu? Will you tire of it in a few days’ time? Is it high in nutritional content? Will it provide you with enough energy to live out the strenuous task of survival?  

We are so excited about a new product that hit our shelves this spring. Mega OneMeal Replacement Protein Shakes. They are fast becoming a staple in our customers’ emergency food supply. These power house shakes are one of the easiest and most nutritious emergency foods on the market today. Packed with 28 super foods, MegaOne Meal Replacement Protein Shakes outrank most other protein shakes in their protein to serving ratio. Not only are they incredibly high in protein, but one meal provides a full days’ serving of both fruit and vegetables. Each bag is packed with 15 meals, or 30 light meals, and are available in Vanilla, Chocolate and SuperBerry. They are packed with vitamins and minerals and are gluten, dairy, soy and GMO free. Healthy and affordable, just add cold water, shake, and you have a full meal that will boost your immunity when conditions around you are less then healthy.



With a 10 year shelf life, throw a bag in any emergency kit, keep one in your car, or even at the office. Not only are these shakes the perfect addition to your survival kits, but you can make them part of your everyday meal plan too. The high protein content and 100% natural ingredients also make them an ideal post workout snack.


In Canada, the MegaOne Meal Replacement Protein Shakes are available exclusively through Total Prepare. We would be more than happy to get them into your hands and into your emergency kits. Try a pack today. You won’t be disappointed.

Total Prepare Inc., Providing Peace of Mind Solutions. 
Call us at 1.888.832.1733.  



Author: Total Prepare
Posted: November 14, 2014, 12:03 pm
We are ever grateful, and shall never forget.



In Flanders Fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: November 11, 2014, 12:00 pm

This Week On Movie Monday

Surviving the San Francisco Earthquake of 1989

National Geographic released this film in 2009.  On October 17th, 1989, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake devastates San Francisco.  Elevated highways collapse, buildings crumble and burn, and a city survives.

 


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Author: The Prepared Canadian
Posted: November 10, 2014, 7:01 pm




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