Ranger beads (pace counting beads) were originally developed by military forces to help them to keep count of the distance that they had travelled while they were on foot. These are a super simple project that you can start and finish in no time and is easy enough that you can get the kids involved […]Read More
In this section we have provided lots of prepping and survival “how to” guides and DIY projects for you. If you would like any prepping and survival “how to” guides and DIY projects that aren’t here, get in touch.
We all know the importance of situational awareness but how many of you have serious thought about your kids needing to learn it too? I mean we teach them to look before crossing the road and about stranger danger but there is so much more than that. Now, I know one thing about every single […]Read More
Now I have seen many people around the different survival communities that I am a part of saying how unreliable the SODIS method is. Simply put, they’re wrong! I understand that having to wait 6 hours in a survival situation before you can drink the water is a bit hard to face, but I would […]Read More
Hi everyone, I hope you are all safe and well. We have been receiving quite a few guest posts lately which usually get sent straight to our emails. This method was working great until recently but as we then copy and paste different sections over, it became quite a pain. We have decided to both […]Read More
I have yet to come across anything quite as scary as being caught in the middle of a fire. For those readers that don’t yet know my story, a bad house fire was one of the things that got me into prepping to begin with. I lived in some shared accommodation here in my hometown […]Read More
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