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sith-ari:

Leopard Seal tries to teach National Geographic photographer how to hunt.

Even seals realize how helpless we are.

Wow. What an amazing opportunity for this guy.  I would have tried to eat some of the penguin though; just to show that I understood what the seal was teaching.

doomsdaydaily:

This is my dream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mine too!!!

doomsdaydaily:

This is my dream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mine too!!!

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Jan 2
The Husky 14 in 1 Painter’s Tool:
Spreader, chisel scraper, paint can opener and a roller cleaner
1/4 in. nut wrench, can opener, 3/8 in. nut wrench and a hammer end bit holder
Convex, concave scraper, nail puller and crack opener…and for the survivalist: cutting/skinning tool, screwdriver, can opener, door/window opener, weapon, etc.

Found at the local hardware store for approx $6.  Very light and easy to carry/conceal.  I have one in each car, BOB, and packed camping gear.

The Husky 14 in 1 Painter’s Tool:

  • Spreader, chisel scraper, paint can opener and a roller cleaner
  • 1/4 in. nut wrench, can opener, 3/8 in. nut wrench and a hammer end bit holder
  • Convex, concave scraper, nail puller and crack opener

    …and for the survivalist: cutting/skinning tool, screwdriver, can opener, door/window opener, weapon, etc.
  • Found at the local hardware store for approx $6.  Very light and easy to carry/conceal.  I have one in each car, BOB, and packed camping gear.

A PREPPER'S WORLD: My 72 hrs B.O.B (Updated)

taylorizer:

The bag itself is very low key, weighs at 25 lbs exactly.

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*first compartment for personal hygiene, spare clothing and shelter

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-All season space blanket/tarp

-Hammock

-Emergency Blanket

-Small cotton wash clothes X3

-Camouflage Bandanna

-Thermal long sleeve camo shirt, pants,…

Nice!

melodramatic-antihero:

yearzerosurvival:

Here’s what the Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends keeping in a disaster supply kit:
Three-day supply of non-perishable food.
Three-day supply of water - one gallon of water per person, per day.
Portable, battery-powered radio or television and extra batteries.
Flashlight and extra batteries.
First aid kit and manual.
Sanitation and hygiene items (moist towelettes and toilet paper).
Matches and waterproof container.
Whistle.
Extra clothing.
Kitchen accessories and cooking utensils, including a can opener.
Photocopies of credit and identification cards.
Cash and coins.
Special needs items, such as prescription medications, eye glasses, contact lens solutions, and hearing aid batteries.
Items for infants, such as formula, diapers, bottles, and pacifiers.
Other items to meet your unique family needs.
Jacket or coat.
Long pants.
Long sleeve shirt.
Sturdy shoes.
Hat, mittens, and scarf.
Sleeping bag or warm blanket (per person).

(via Basic Kits | Year Zero Survival | Prepping For The Unexpected)

r,

This should be in your car, especially during winter months.

melodramatic-antihero:

yearzerosurvival:

Here’s what the Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends keeping in a disaster supply kit:

  • Three-day supply of non-perishable food.
  • Three-day supply of water - one gallon of water per person, per day.
  • Portable, battery-powered radio or television and extra batteries.
  • Flashlight and extra batteries.
  • First aid kit and manual.
  • Sanitation and hygiene items (moist towelettes and toilet paper).
  • Matches and waterproof container.
  • Whistle.
  • Extra clothing.
  • Kitchen accessories and cooking utensils, including a can opener.
  • Photocopies of credit and identification cards.
  • Cash and coins.
  • Special needs items, such as prescription medications, eye glasses, contact lens solutions, and hearing aid batteries.
  • Items for infants, such as formula, diapers, bottles, and pacifiers.
  • Other items to meet your unique family needs.
  • Jacket or coat.
  • Long pants.
  • Long sleeve shirt.
  • Sturdy shoes.
  • Hat, mittens, and scarf.
  • Sleeping bag or warm blanket (per person).



(via Basic Kits | Year Zero Survival | Prepping For The Unexpected)

r,

This should be in your car, especially during winter months.

Even if you have a small yard, you can compost.  I created this ‘bin’ out of used bricks that I found and some rubbermaid lids.

This is a great idea for a stove - customizing an ammo can.

This is a great idea for a stove - customizing an ammo can.

AFK - out buying more clips

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) vowed Sunday to introduce legislation to ban assault weapons at the start of the next Congress.

“I’m going to introduce in the Senate and the same bill will be introduced in the House, a bill to ban assault weapons. It will ban the sale, the transfer, the importation and the possession. Not retroactively but prospectively. And it will ban the same for big clips, drums or strips of more than 10 bullets. So there will be a bill. We’ve been working on it now for a year,” Feinstein said on NBC’s “Meet The Press” during a discussion about guns following Friday’s deadly mass shooting as a Connecticut school.

Bug-Out Binder

If you need to leave your home, knowing that you may not be able to return; have a Bug-Out Binder at the ready with all of your needed documents.  Here’s a brief checklist:

Identification Docs

License - Birth Certificate - Social Security Card - Passport - Marriage License - Emergency & Family Contact Info - Firearms CCW - Hunting Permit - Pet Records - Family photos - Diploma/Certifications - Resume - etc.

Financial Docs

Photocopies of your credit/debit cards - Account & Bank Contact Info - Deeds - Car Titles - Insurance docs - Wills

Medical Docs

Doctor Contact info - Medical Histories (include blood type) - List of Prescriptions & dosage - copies of Health Insurance Cards

Other

Photos of valuables - Photos of your house - Firearm Serial Numbers & Proof of Ownership - Contracts - Rental Agreements - Appraisals of valuable items (like Jewelry)

Also, get a binder pencil case to put your photos and $100+ (mixed bills) in.

I have a few spreadsheets but, everyone has different docs so, I thought I’d just list some of the items that I have in my binder.

J

briferg: Prepping is Like Camping

briferg:

Like a lot of people I have been watching NatGeo’s “Doomsday Peppers” it is a pretty interesting show for a variety of reasons.

• This subject should be discussed. Especially in light of Hurricane Sandy, Katrina, and lots of power outages during winter weather over the years. Having…


This is what most of my prepper friends agree on.  If SHTF, we’re all going on an extended camping trip.  I’m taking it a step further by treating an EOTWAWKI event as a long term shelter in place with the possibility of relocating to a campsite.  That is, until the campsite has a building on it.  I don’t believe in bugging out to ‘where ever’.