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Top Nine Must Know Winter Travel Tips

February 11, 2019 3:09 am0 comments
Top Nine Must Know Winter Travel Tips

Nine Essential Winter Travel Tips 1. Winter Weather Forecasts Listening to weather forecasts can be confusing. But, to ensure that you and your family members travel safe, it is s essential that you know at least basic weather definitions. So, if you don’t have to go on a road trip, […]

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Bark River’s Grind In

February 9, 2019 5:17 pm0 comments
Bark River’s Grind In

The Bark River Grind In Are you a knife enthusiast? Do you collect knives like some people collect sports cards? Are you wanting to explore a career in knife making? If so, you should look into Bark River Knives Grind Ins where you’ll learn to make knives the right way, […]

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Ultimate Rifle Marksmanship Guide

December 14, 2018 3:09 am0 comments
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Shooting Tips To be able to shoot a rifle well you must do the following correctly: use the proper stance, aim, pull the trigger and call the shot. This means that when the butt-plate of the rifle settles on your shoulder, you must hold your rifle steadily, correctly aim and […]

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Firewood Is Not Created Equally: Choosing The Best Firewood

October 13, 2018 3:28 pm0 comments
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Choosing The Correct Type Of Wood For The Job There are thousands of videos, articles and other information, which tell you how to build a fire.  However, selecting the correct wood for the job is often ignored.   Some may think that this information is relatively basic and that most […]

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Flood Preparedness Survival Tips: After The Flood

October 5, 2018 4:54 pm0 comments
Flood Preparedness Survival Tips: After The Flood

Flood Relief Information You may have done everything you possibly could for hurricane preparedness or flood preparedness. For example, you may have, what you thought was, a hurricane proof home and you may have thought you have a flood proof house. However, no matter how well prepared for a hurricane, […]

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Egg Long Term Food Storage Cheat Sheet

September 17, 2018 2:28 pm0 comments
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Egg Long Term Food Storage Guidelines A while back, eggs, because of cholesterol,  were considered to be unhealthy.  But, now they are considered to be healthy.  Eggs, along with milk, are considered to have among the best protein sources.   According to WebMD: With science on our side, we can once again […]

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Twitter Roundup: Warning: The Second Amendment Is In Danger

September 16, 2018 3:14 am0 comments
Twitter Roundup: Warning: The Second Amendment Is In Danger

Twitter, Social Media Round Up There may be a gun rights friendly occupant in the white house.  But, you should not become complacent if you are a second amendment advocate.   Little by little the gun grabbers are encroaching on the right to bear arms with the “Death By A Thousand Cuts” strategy.   […]

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Emergency Food Supplies: Gluten Free?

September 10, 2018 11:00 am0 comments
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Gluten Free Long Term Food Supplies The fear of gluten started relatively recently and, as usual, has been exploited by the mainstream media and companies looking to make a quick buck. Beside, the amount of people, in the US,  who have Celliac Disease or gluten allergies is very small.  According to […]

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Is The 1% On To Something?-1% Preppers Are Moving To New Zealand

September 9, 2018 12:55 am0 comments
Is The 1% On To Something?-1% Preppers Are Moving To New Zealand

1% Prepping Phenomenon       New Zealand, as reported by Bloomberg News and other news outlets, has become the trendy place for the 1%, preppers. These , elite preppers are primarilly executives from Silicon Valley.    This makes sense and New Zealand population is sparse and it’s highly unlikely that they would be […]

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4 Steps to Protect Your House From Flood Damage

September 7, 2018 6:30 pm0 comments
4 Steps to Protect Your House From Flood Damage

Flood Disaster Preparedness According to Weather.gov, Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 caused 1,833 deaths and an estimated  $108 billion dollars in damages in New Orleans, Mississippi and elsewhere.  More recently, Hurricane Harvey in Houston, according to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Association (“NOAA”) caused an estimated 68 deaths that were directly attributed […]

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