It’s been a busy few days here in the CPN kitchen. Harvest season has begun, and even without the full garden this year, many grocery stores are advertising some produce on sale. This week for us, it was green and yellow beans
While a large food storage pantry is desirable, especially these days, not everything should be stored in large quantities. At least not in the same packaging.
If you own more than one ham radio, you likely want them to all have the same programming. This is done easily with CHIRP, however you may brick your radio if not done properly. Here I show you step by step, how
Preppers have all sorts of data they will want to keep safe from disasters. From personal records such as birth certificates, home ownership documents, insurance policies, wills, and the like to preparedness documents such as e-books, and SOPs (standard operating procedures). Lifesaving
Have you been paying attention to the world around us lately? I mean REALLY paying attention? You should be, and if you are, your prepping should have stepped up in a big way.
Most preppers need to check up on their bug out bags at least twice a year. Usually this is done to verify battery operated gear, change out clothing for seasonal changes, and refresh food and water. We should however, regularly check up
I can’t count the number of times I’ve been told that you don’t need electronics to survive. Initially, after a major event such as a nuclear strike, that may very well be the case, but that could change moments later. Electronics, while
Lately, I’ve posted quite a bit about vehicles. Many of you may be wondering why bother, because a nuclear strike would create an EMP that will disable your vehicle and have you bugging out by foot. That is no longer the case.
Just in looking at the state of the world over the past year or so, and you can’t help but notice the instability. Reasons for being prepared are numerous and growing more so by the day. War in Europe threatening to reach