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“Fire is the best of servants, but what a master!” - Thomas Carlyle. In one afternoon, wildfires swept through the quiet suburban homes of Coffey Park, Santa Rosa, destroying almost every home, tree, car, and structure in its path.  Choking smoke blew into adjacent neighborhoods.  Twenty-three people died, and thousands...

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“The potential for the next Pearl Harbor could very well be a cyber-attack.” - Leon Panetta. Maybe you’ve only slightly been inconvenienced by the higher fuel cost and higher prices for your Memorial Day barbeque meats.  Ransomware attacks like the Colonial Pipeline and JBS meat processing plants are just the...

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In this blog, we’re going to take a look at solar panels.  Solar panels offer an infinitely renewable energy source that can provide power to critical devices if the grid were to go down.  This channel primarily focuses on emergency preparedness and we’ll look at solar panel choices from this...

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Categories: Cooking, Food, Latest Post, Skill, Urban Prepping,

Do It Yourself Survival Food Here’s what you’ll need to get started: 2 cups Flour (preferably white bleached flour, as this will preserve longer) ½ Teaspoon Salt ½ to ¾ cup Water Mixing Bowl Rolling pin Cookie Sheet or cooking screen Measuring Cup and ½ teaspoon Cookie Cutter, Jar Ring,...

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Categories: First Aid, Gear, Latest Post, Urban Prepping,

THE PREPPER’S MEDICINE CABINET In this blog, I will focus on just over-the-counter medicines available for purchase from the shelves of your local drug store, supermarket, or even online.  The good thing about over-the-counter medications is that the Food and Drug Administration regulates them.  There are approximately eight hundred OTC...

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Categories: Earthquake,

After a major earthquake, important to have a kit and a clear set of instructions of what to do next.  This kit is designed to take out the guesswork of what to do next and where to look for items.  Not designed for long-term survival, but rather to address the...