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Prepper Central: A Prepper Fiction Novel (Prepping - Together we will Survive Book 1) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

 In a world where everything seemed just fine, long time Prepper Jimmy and his pregnant wife Marge have a different view of the world. Prepping as part of a group called ‘Prepper Central’, the little family is responsible for the stockpile of the Doomsday Prepper Community. When the economy begins taking a turn for the worst, Jimmy ensures that his parents are safe as the newest members of his Cul de Sac Prepping group. Before long, people all over the country lose their jobs, homes and their savings as the major banks of the country begin to collapse. With the authorities unable to keep up with riots, crimes and looting, Colorado quickly turns into a state of Martial Law, forcing the members of ‘Prepper Central’ to secure their neighborhood and protect themselves against the Outsiders.

Find out if Jimmy will be able to protect his pregnant wife, his eccentric parents and the loyal and committed members of his community, ‘Prepper Central’.


Why you should read Prepper Fiction



Whether you are an avid, long time Prepper or somebody who simply wants to read about survival after an epic disaster, Prepper Fiction will have you on the edge of your seat. You can check your emergency plan for holes, while enjoying the thrills of a story that may become reality for all of us, before we even know it.

If you are new to Prepping then you should also check out my other Prepper Fiction Novel 'Band of Preppers', as well as my non-fiction books that will bring the idea of Disaster Preparedness and stockpiles, much closer. OR, if you are an avid Suspense Reader then check out my new Psychological Suspense Novel 'Presidential Cleaning'.

Presidential Cleaning: A Psychological Suspense Novel

Band of Preppers: A Prepper Fiction Novel

Prepper: Be Prepped: All you need to know about becoming a Prepper

Prepper: The Prepper Hunkering Down Guide: F*** Bugging Out, Bug In! Prepping at Home and Protecting Your Property - Here is how!

Prepping: Prepping, Canning and Food Preservation - The most Efficient Prepper Food Preservation Guide


Posted: December 20, 2014, 2:54 pm
SHTF Preparedness. How To Build and Equip Your Own Underground Root Cellar To Survive A Disaster. Step-by-step Guide.: (how to live without a house, Preppers Survival Guide, SHTF Stockpile) was a free book for kindle when this post was written.

SHTF Preparedness


Step-by-Step Guide on How To Build and Equip Your Own Underground Root Cellar To Survive A Disaster


Disaster can strike at any minute. There are thousands of nuclear missiles that are ready to launch at the push of a button and any one of them could spell the end of the world. Global Warming is wreaking havoc on our climate and causing tornadoes, hurricanes, and even tsunamis. On top of all of this, there are terrorist incidents with very angry groups of hostile people taking hostages or releasing harmful toxins into the air that could easily kill you and your family in an instant if you are not prepared.

Among all these things, there are natural phenomenon that are completely out of our control as human beings-- things like asteroids, or super-volcanoes, or earthquakes. All of these things are out of our control, but rest assured, that if any of these disasters occurs, you will find that people become increasingly hostile to the rest of the population. You could easily find hostile marauders searching for food or resources should any of these disasters take place.

That's why it's so imperative that you have some sort of back-up plan to keep you and your family safe during these times of chaos that could occur at any minute.

What you need is a safe-haven. What you need is a bunker... on a budget. It needs to be equipped to withstand multiple kinds of disasters, and it also needs to be equipped to outlast a lengthy time of unrest.

The situations we will cover together are


• The basics of cellar construction.

• Design challenges

• Beginning smart construction ideas

• Starting construction process

• How to stock your cellar

• Furnishings & comfort
Posted: December 19, 2014, 5:00 pm
Alone in the Wild: The Essential Guide with Secrets on Wilderness Survival (Survival, survival fiction, survivalist) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

The Essential Guide with Secrets on Wilderness Survival



‘Man Vs Nature’ is the age old struggle of our existence. Whilst as a species we have conquered the wilderness, as individuals we can still find ourselves at its mercy. But the human species has spent most of its lifespan at one with nature, and when cast into the wilderness and forced to either survive or succumb, the animal within can once again be summoned to battle its ancient foe.
Learn how by taking the right precautions and preparative measures before travelling, anyone can be equipped to survive the deepest wilderness with a simple set of equipment and knowledge.

This book tells you the essential, affordable equipment and basic know-how to:

  • Navigate with map and compass
  • Stay fed and hydrated
  • Build a fire
  • Set up a shelter
  • Signal for help


To be isolated in the wilderness is to be stripped of the artificial human order and forced to revert to the fundamental laws of nature. Being prepared could be the difference between life and death. Your preparation starts here…
Posted: December 19, 2014, 4:33 pm
Indoor Gardening: 25 Must Know Secrets for a Successful Indoor Gardening (Indoor Gardening, indoor gardening for beginners, indoor gardening made easy) was a free book for kindle when this post was written.

25 Must Know Secrets for a Successful Indoor Gardening



Indoor gardening has been around for a long time, but as more people concern themselves with eating healthier and fresher foods, and more of those people live in homes without the yard space necessary for a traditional garden, indoor gardening has become extremely popular. After all, who wouldn’t want fresh vegetables and herbs all year round without spending a fortune at the grocery store? Who wouldn’t want to be able to ensure their family is eating produce grown in good soil, unaffected by harsh chemical pesticides?

Anyone can grow their own vegetables and herbs without a traditional garden, and most crops which can be grown outside can also be grown inside. Indoor gardening is great not only for those with little to no yard space, but it’s fabulous for beginners. It doesn’t take a lot of money or time and allows beginner gardeners to start slowly and grow into larger gardens.

Find out what you need to know to create and maintain an indoor garden:

  • How to select what plants to grow
  • What kind of containers to use
  • Choosing the right spot in your home for your garden
  • Lighting, Watering, Fertilizing, and much more!
Posted: December 19, 2014, 4:03 pm
 I was needing a new rug of some sort to go between the living room and kitchen. Nothing fancy, just something to cover where someone had spilled some coffee.

I was at the Dollar Tree and noticed some little throw rugs and grabbed 3 of them that matched. Thinking I would just lay them there.

But, when I got home I had a light bulb go up above my head. Get out the Sewing Basket and sew them together and have a bigger and more solid rug.


I turned on an episode of Haven on Netflix and got to sewing the longer sides together. Leaving the fringe on the outside. Just a quick stitch by hand and now have a new rug that fits perfect for what I wanted it for. Plus, it only cost 3 dollars!!!

Frugal home design at its best!! You could easily do this with as many rugs as you want.
Posted: December 18, 2014, 10:00 pm
This is a tasty dish. Don't let the name of it fool you.

 NEED:

1 pound of ground beef

 1/4 teaspoon of pepper

1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder

 5 large potatoes , peeled and sliced

 1 large onion , sliced

2 cans of cream of mushroom soup , undiluted

 In a skillet , brown the beef and drain well.

Season it with the pepper and garlic powder.

In a casserole dish layer the beef, potatoes, and onions.

 Pour the soup over it all and cover.

 Bake at 350 degrees for one hour or until the potatoes are done.
Posted: December 18, 2014, 6:30 pm
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Posted: December 18, 2014, 5:24 pm
Kids love this one.
 It is easy to make and taste good.

 NEED:

 1/2 cup chopped onion

1/3 cup sliced celery

1 pound of lean beef

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon pepper

1 can of condensed cream of celery soup, undiluted

1 package of frozen tater tots

 1 cup of shredded cheese

In a skillet cook up the ground beef, onion, and celery. Cook until browned and drain well. Stir in the salt and pepper.

 Spoon the beef mixture into a greased casserole dish. Spread the soup over the meat mixture. Top with the frozen tater tots. Bake at 400 degrees or until the casserole is bubbly.

 Remove from the oven and top with the shredded cheese and put back into the oven and bake until the cheese is melted.
Posted: December 18, 2014, 5:11 pm

Posted: December 17, 2014, 12:23 am
The Prepper's Guide To Off The Grid Survival: An Introduction Into Living A Self Sufficient, Stress Free Lifestyle In Financial Peace (Self Sufficiency, Boondocking, Urban Farming, Prepare, Garden) was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

The Prepper's Guide To Off The Grid Survival


Have you had enough of working day in day out, paying the rising cost of living and thinking of living off the grid?
Henry Hill’s guide to a off the grid living provides an eye-opening and intuitive insight into the financial and social pressures of today’s society while providing an all-encompassing method to alleviate such demands on your life by what he calls, “Living Off the Grid.” Hill stresses the importance of being in financial peace while maintaining a productive lifestyle.

This book is a guide for everything from household alternatives to public utilities to growing your own produce and raising livestock. This starts as simple as using solar panels to reduce dependence on the power “grid” to providing detailed instructions on how to make ethanol to cook with. Off-the-grid homes are autonomous they do not rely on municipal water supply, sewer, natural gas, electrical power grid, or similar utility services. A true off-grid house is able to operate completely independently of all traditional public utility services. Hill mainly focuses on understanding behind the modern day utilities while also emphasizing on how to manage the things without them.

This vision and mission truly include how to get started in all parts of everyday life and goes on to mature with the audience reading this book. The book literally guides you on how to grow, while growing your own food! Though the goal of this book is financial freedom in the long-term, there are significant amount of start-up costs but options are provided for those that are on the tightest of budgets to begin with.

If you are looking to go “Off the Grid” yourself or are just curious in how this lifestyle is manageable, this is a must-have book to better familiarize yourself with the subject. This eye-opening experience will almost undoubtedly either make you want to follow this lifestyle or change your consumption patterns indefinitely.

With This Book You Will...


  • Learn The Pros And Cons Of Living Off The Grid
  • Learn The Most Viable Alternatives To City Gas, Water And Electricity
  • Learn The Basics Of Growing Your Own Produce
  • Learn The Basics Of Living With Small Livestock
  • Learn Money Management Tips & Bartering
  • Learn How To Deal With Local Laws Concerning Off The Grid Living
  • Much, Much More
Posted: December 13, 2014, 10:11 pm
Homemade Jerky: Learn How to Make Jerky with Beef, Bison, fish, and Poultry. was a free book for the kindle or the kindle reading app when this post was written.

This book has OVER 35 different original and unique recipes to try!!!


The tradition of beef jerk is one that will be with us always.

If you are unsure of how to make beef jerky in the comfort of your own home, this book will help guide you through the process.

You will discover tasty recipes for not just beef, but for chicken, fish, and even Bison.


Take your own jerky on your next road trip, hunting trip, or just make it to enjoy any time you please.

This book includes the process to make jerky using a dehydrator and even your oven.


The guide in this book really breaks down the process in a manner that is easy to understand and follow.

Here's some of the recipes this book has to offer!


Bayou Blend Bison Jerky
North African Bison Jerky
Garlic Oyster Bison Jerky
Bad-Boy BBQ Bison Jerky
Sweet and Spicy Bison Jerky
Pepperoni Beef Jerky
Original Secret Beef Jerky
Bacon Flavored Beef Jerky
Beef Slant Shack Jerky
Hot and Spicy Beef Jerky
BBQ & Onion Turkey Jerky
Mongolian Chicken Jerky
Tuna Teriyaki Jerky
Pepper Trout Jerk

And Much Much More!


Don't Wait Please enjoy these original and unique recipes for all types of jerky!
Posted: December 12, 2014, 5:58 pm
The Pandemic Preparedness Guide was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

Unlike many ebooks on Ebola or Influenza Pandemics here on Kindle, this was not some hastily thrown together 20 or 30 page pamphlet written to capitalize on a crisis. It's been in the works for years and involved a lot of research. This 270+ page book is intended to give readers a better understanding of Ebola and Influenza viruses, including: When does a virus become a pandemic; what will the world around you look like during a pandemic; what response can you expect from the government; and how can you start getting prepared for it now - before all hell breaks out on the earth. When that day comes; and make no mistake about it, it is coming in one form or another, will you be prepared and know what to do? Or will you be helpless, hungry, and in the dark like most of those around you? The old adage that ‘knowledge is power’ couldn’t be any more appropriate than where a pandemic is concerned, but you don't have to be caught off guard - the choice is yours.

Most people don't know that historically, a severe pandemic occurs on average, every 39 years. Yet it's been 47 years since the world faced the last major pandemic, so we’re living on borrowed time, and the clock is ticking. The experts in the field are saying that it isn't even a question of 'if' a pandemic is going to come against the world - it's a matter of ‘when’ it's going to happen, ‘where’ it will begin, and ‘how' bad will it be? But beyond deadly viruses during a pandemic, you’ll also be facing dangerous people who are neither concerned nor inclined to prepare for anything; people who expect that the Government will take care of them, as they may do with each check that arrives in the mail every month. But when those checks stop coming, how will they handle that dose of reality? How will you handle it? Will you be among them, or will you be ready?

Do you remember the Rodney King riots, or what happened after hurricane Katrina devastated the city of New Orleans; how society fell apart and armed thugs roamed unabated in the streets? Perhaps you've seen the protests and riots breaking out in various parts of the country after police shot an unarmed man in Missouri. Make no mistake about it, the time is going to come when trouble and mayhem will be happening all over the nation - we seem to be steering towards sort of calamity.
And should Ebola, a Bird Flu, Swine Flu, or some other deadly virus start passing easily from person to person, in that day you will see people fighting in the streets over cough medicine, pain killers, or even a can of beans. When a pandemic becomes more than just a headline on your nightly news, when it’s infecting people in your city, some are going to die, and not just from whatever form the pandemic arrives in, but from starvation, a lack of medical care, and social unrest the likes of which we can't even fully imagine.

The good news is that at this moment at least, there's no need for you to panic. There are measures you can begin to take right now, starting today, to get your family and your home prepared to face a Pandemic Influenza Virus, Ebola, SARS, MERS, a biological terrorist attack, or most any other eventuality that may be lurking in the shadows. Knowledge is everything right now, and the learning curve is in your favor. So whether you start here with my book, or somewhere else, learn all that you can to ensure that you and those that you love and care about will be around for the future, rather than filed away as a statistic.

So let me urge you get this book and read it, but not because I want you to spend $3 of your hard earned dollars on this e-book (you’ll save more than that in the first month if you buy razors), but because I want as many people as possible to become educated on this subject so that they'll stand a chance when it arrives, and because I don't want to see you or anyone else perish due to a lack of knowledge.

Be prepared, be safe, be healthy, and may the Lord God bless
Posted: December 12, 2014, 5:11 pm
Soap Making: Soap Making for Beginners: 75 Ways to Make Soap Quickly and Easily (2 Books in One): (Soap Making - Soap Making for Beginners - Soap Recipes) was a free book for the kindle or the kindle reading app when this post was written. Make soap for everyone on your Christmas list!!

Soap Making: Soap Making for Beginners: 75 Ways to Make Soap Quickly and Easily (2 Books in One)


These two amazing guides are written especially for those folks who want to make their own soap but do not know where or how to begin. Soap making is a fun and rewarding hobby. In this book, you will get to know the different ingredients, tools and processes on how to create soap.

Soon you will get to know the basic steps on how to process soap. There are mainly two basic processes, the Hot Process and Cold Process. But before moving on to these two, let’s first discuss a very useful online tool that you can use in formulating the perfect soap recipes

Soap making is a fun filled activity that anyone can enjoy. The sense of accomplishment in producing something that is useful in everyday life can build one’s self confidence and self esteem. You can even add a personal touch in the soaps that you will make by adding some of your favorite oils and scents.
Posted: December 11, 2014, 3:20 pm
At this price I can get a couple of these Frigidaire TFF-10308 Topaz Floor Standing Electric Fireplace - Black. They are usually $229.00! That is a huge savings.  One for the living room and one for the bedroom. I want to do something so that we can have our gas off. We had wanted to get an electric fireplace , but the price for a good one has kept us from getting one. This price is awesome! Would be great for a tiny house, wouldn't it??

Could even get for a gift. Get one while they are on sale.
Posted: December 10, 2014, 3:00 pm
I really cannot believe that I just now found out about doing this. On the phone with my daughter and she was telling me that she was making a cake , but had no eggs or oil, so she was doing her favorite thing of using a can of soda! WHAT??? I could not believe it. I was dumbfounded. You actually can do it. Plus it makes the cake healthier for you. Lower in fat and cholesterol.

NEED:

A packaged cake mix that is your favorite. Any flavor.

A can of your favorite soda. You can even use diet soda if that is all that you have. Makes it even more healthy.

Ignore the directions on the cake box --- Just add the one can of soda to the mix.

Mix it up and put it in a cake pan. Bake until it is done. Until a toothpick comes out clean. Serve.
Posted: December 9, 2014, 11:39 pm
This is an easy recipe to make egg nog right out of your food storage!

Curl up by your fireplace and watch it snow.

For adults you can add some light rum to taste.

NEED:

1 1/2 cups instant dry milk

1/2 cup nondairy creamer

1/2 cup powder egg mix

2 tablespoons brown sugar

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, ground

1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, ground

Mix 1/3 cup of mix with cold water and stir.
Posted: December 9, 2014, 5:31 pm
Easy recipe to make!

NEED:

1 cup of uncooked macaroni

1 pound of ground beef

1 chopped medium onion

1 can of stewed tomatoes

1/4 cup of ketchup

about 4 ounces of shredded cheese

Cook the macaroni as it says on the box.  Then drain.

In a large skillet cook the ground beef with the onion. Drain it well.

Add the tomatoes, ketchup, and the macaroni. Stir it up and heat it well.

Top with the cheese and serve.

Posted: December 2, 2014, 10:27 pm
 
This is a great cookie recipe to have on hand and it uses items that should be in your food storage. Great time of year to have this recipe. 

NEED:

1 pouch of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix - I always keep  a ton of these in my stockpile. Great to have on hand. A mood boosting item. 

1/2 cup of vegetable oil

1 egg

3 tablespoon of water

1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips.

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. 

In a large mixing bowl, combine the mix, oil, egg, and water.

Beat it with a hand mixer for about 3 minutes.

Stir in the chocolate chips.

Drop by heaping teaspoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. 

Bake about 13 minutes or until the edges are lightly browned. 

Remove from the cookie sheet and cool. 

Posted: December 2, 2014, 4:46 pm
This has been an ongoing argument of my hubby and me. Weapons. He is of the thought to have guns and only guns and then stock up on ammo. OK but, what if you get caught out and don't have all of your ammo on you or you run out of ammo and can't get anymore? I am of the thought to have guns and alternative weapons. I have several aluminum baseball bats by my front door.

You can also use a shovel for a weapon, a hatchet, a machete, knives, tire iron, wooden bat with nails put into it. Anything can be made into a weapon and then you don't have to worry about running out of ammo. 
Posted: December 1, 2014, 7:57 pm
You first have to find a good and safe location in your home to build a fireplace in. Knock out the wall and get started.Fire Places: A Practical Design Guide to Fireplaces and Stoves Indoors and Out will help you with building one.

What more appealing scene can you conjure up on a wintry day than a pair of comfortable armchairs pulled up to a crackling fire while wisps of smoke curl from the chimney top? All your senses are in use--the sight of the flickering flames, the sound of the crackling logs, the warmth on your face, and the fragrance and taste of wood smoke. The hearth truly is the essential core of every home, whether it is an actual fireplace or merely a mantel displaying the treasures and trophies of intertwined lives. Long past the days of strictly utilitarian purpose, fireplaces and stoves are a design feature in their own right. They are available in an array of styles, sizes, and colors; offer a variety of fuel choices; and feature benefits beyond mere aesthetics, including heat and cooking. Fireplaces and heat sources are also widely found in many rooms throughout the house, including the family or living room, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom, as well as outdoors. And the latest innovations in fireplace and stove technologies make having one no longer an expensive proposition.
While the building market is seeing growth in the fireplace market, so too is the remodeling marketplace. In fact, many homeowners are refacing their existing fireplace, upgrading their wood fireplace to gas, or simply installing a new faux fireplace where there wasn't one before. In this book readers will find hundreds of examples of all types of indoor fireplaces--from wood to gas, freestanding, and ventless--and stoves, both wood and pellet. In addition to gorgeous photos of a full range of fireplace styles, materials, and decor for indoor and outdoor fireplaces and stoves, solid information on practical designconsiderations--maintaining a fireplace or stove, remodeling an existing fireplace, safety, converting a wood-burning fireplace to gas, and the like--are explained in detail, making this the only book on the market to offer the breadth of content on both the design and practical components of all types of the latest indoor and outdoor fireplaces and stoves. Aesthetic and practical design considerations for hearths and mantels, built-ins and storage, lighting, and accessories like screen, brooms, and bellows are also covered. A thorough glossary, resources, and index provide reference-like information.
Posted: December 1, 2014, 3:51 pm
Preppers Cookbook: Emergency Preparedness Tips and Tasty Food Storage Recipes was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.

 If an emergency arises, whether it be natural or manmade; are you prepared? Preparing for "a rainy day" has many different meanings for folks. Whether you want to be prepared for a catastrophic event, have a safety net of supplies in the event of financial hardship or anything in between, we can help you start fulfilling your own requirement of emergency preparedness with the tips included in this book. After all, planning and being prepared is the first step towards protecting your family.

Here are the topics covered in this book:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Chapter 1 The Purpose of Being Prepared
Chapter 2 Decide What You Will Prepare For
Chapter 3 Will You Stay If Disaster Hits
Chapter 4 Will You Go If Disaster Hits
Chapter 5 Basic Survival Necessities (Non-Food)
Chapter 6 Suggested Food Storage Items

Chapter 7 Survival Lessons from the Oregon Trail Pioneers
Chapter 8 Bare Bones Better Than Nothin' Survival Food List
Chapter 9 Prospective Bartering Items
Chapter 10 Water Storage and Filtration
Chapter 11 Herbs for Survival

Chapter 12 Fundamental Long -Term Staples - Beans, Rice and Grains

Chapter 13 How-Tos for Long-Term Food Storage

Chapter 14 Storing Root Crops

Chapter 15 Crop Choices for Root Storage

Chapter 16 All About Beans

Chapter 17 All About Grains

Chapter 18 Bread, Breakfast, Cookies and Crackers Recipes

Chapter 19 Soup and Casserole Recipes
Chapter 20 Sauce Mixes
Chapter 21 Bean Recipes
Chapter 22 Chicken Recipes
Chapter 23 Beef Recipes
Chapter 24 Egg Dishes (from powdered eggs)
Chapter 25 No-Bake Recipes
Chapter 26 Desserts
Chapter 27 Freeze Dried Snacks
Chapter 28 Choosing a Dutch Oven
Chapter 29 Dutch Oven Cooking without Electricity
Chapter 30 Caring for Your Dutch Oven
Chapter 31 How to Restore Rusty Cast Iron
Chapter 32 Dutch Oven Recipes
Chapter 33 Ingredient Substitutions
Chapter 34 Canning Your Own Foods
Chapter 35 High Altitude Conversions for Recipes
BONUS 1 Basic Home Remedies
BONUS 2 Basic Pet Care Tips
Conclusion
Recipe Index
Posted: November 27, 2014, 7:59 pm
Using bubble wrap for insulation in a doghouse is a low cost way to keep your dog warm in the winter. Although I would rather people take their dogs in when it is super cold , sometimes the dogs have to be out for a time. This way they have a warm place to go to. Just line the interior walls and roof with bubble wrap. Make sure it is on very well so the dog can't chew on it or tear it up. If you have it you could possible get door mats and put over the bubble wrap on the inside walls so it is even warmer.

Another thing that my uncle used to do for his dogs - was he would take a rubber mat , like you have at front door , and would cut pieces of it that would fit right on door of doghouse and then hang it from the top of door on the inside. Like a doggie door you might have on your house. That way no cold air would get in onto his hunting dogs. They can open it easily.
Posted: November 23, 2014, 12:17 am
 It is getting to be that time of the year again. Wondering what we will buy for our family and friends. Here is a list that might help you if you have any survivalist, homesteaders, etc on your list of if you are one and want to help your family and friends become more prepared.

Family Ebola Preparedness Kit

Dupont X-Large Yellow Tychem QC Chemical Protection Coveralls

Kindle You can get some great preparedness books for it and survivalist fiction.You can get a Suntactics sCharger-5 High Performance Solar Charger, Quickly Charges iPhone, iPad Mini, iPod Touch, Android Phones, Samsung, Nokia, eReaders, BlueTooth Speakers, and Many Other USB Devices Directly From Sunlight. Extremely Durable and Reliable. to be able to charge it in an off the grid experience.

Katadyn Pocket Water Microfilter

3-Day Lite Emergency KitI am getting one of these for my son to keep in the trunk of his car. I got him a Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Ultraportable 12V Jump Starter with Light for his birthday and he has already used it a few times to help friends.

Mr. Heater F215100 MH4B Little Buddy 3800-BTU Indoor-Safe Propane Heater



Complete Pillar Candle Making Kit: Learn how fast, easy & fun it is to make your own pillar candles. Perfect for beginners!This is a great idea for a teen or just for someone that you know would love to be able to make their own candles.

Mountain House Best Sellers KitThis is a great idea for getting someone you know started into food storage.

Emergency Survival Food Supply 275 Meal PackGreat idea also to get someone started in food storage.

Global Sun Oven® - World's Best Solar Oven

RoadPro RPSL-350 12V 1.5 Quart Slow Cooker

Wonderwash

Advanced Elements 5 Gallon Summer Shower / Solar Shower

Kaito Electronics, Inc. Portable Dynamo & Solar-Powered Radio and Cell Phone Charger

Solar 11-in-1 Battery Charger

Glo Brite L201 Galaxy Clear Glass Kerosene/Oil Lamp

FoodSaver V2222 Vacuum Food Sealer PLUS Starter Kit

Nesco/American Harvest FD-80 Square-Shaped Dehydrator

Motorola MR355R 35-Mile Range 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio (Pair)

Gerber 31-000701 Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Kit

Whistle Creek Survival Kit in a Sardine Can

There are some great survivalist type movies that you can get someone for a present also. The Walking Dead: Season One, The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season, The Colony: Seasons 1 & 2
, and The Road are just a couple that are my favorites.



The Prepper's Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a DisasterUltimate Family Preparedness Pak
120 Serving Breakfast Only @ $198 (120 Servings breakfast assortment. No entrees) - Order Now!
Posted: November 22, 2014, 2:32 pm
DIY Prepper: How To Secure Your Home, Protect Your Family, And Survive Any Disaster was a free kindle book when this post was written.

Doomsday preppers are often seen as extremists, fanatical people who have completely lost their grasp on reality. Painted as mentally unstable doom and gloom mongers, many people see preppers as out of touch lunatics and write them off as crazy. Before you decide that preppers are an unhinged bunch of overzealous, undereducated freaks, there are a few things you should know. Once you understand just how vulnerable the modern economy is to something as seemingly simple as transportation disruption, you may think twice about prepping and decide everyone needs to prep for a worst case scenario the government would be powerless to resolve quickly enough to keep you and your family safe.

This book will cover:
Why You Should Always Prepare
DIY Weapons When Your Ammo Runs Out
What to do when the ammo runs out
DIY Home Security
DIY Fire Starting
DIY Food Supply
DIY Water Storage And Filtration
DIY Bug Out Bag
DIY Ways to Start An Emergency Fire
Posted: November 20, 2014, 6:57 pm
This is a great recipe to have on hand for your stockpile or when you are in a hurry.

Quick meal

NEED:

1 pound of ground beef. (I have also used ground turkey or ground beef TVP>)

1 package of beef ramen noodles

1 can of stewed tomatoes

1 can of sweet corn, drained

In your skillet brown and break up the ground beef then drain very well. Add the noodles with the seasoning pack, the tomatoes, and the corn. Stir it up well. Bring it to a boil and then reduce to a simmer. Let cook about 10 minutes or until the noodles are tender.

Serve.
Posted: November 17, 2014, 9:24 pm




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