Top 6 Telltale Signs it’s Time to Bug Out

Whether there’s a predicted natural disaster unfolding in your area, social upheaval, or even a political crisis, it critical that you recognize the signs that it’s time to put your survival plans into action. This is especial true if your plans involve traveling. "Bugging out" may mean going to a remote cabin, visiting relatives far away, or disappearing into the woods. … [Read more...]




10 Places to Avoid At All Costs When the Grid Goes Down

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The amount of thought most survivalists put into where to go to escape a SHTF grid collapse is nothing short of impressive. Remote cabins, bunkers, ranches, wilderness areas with survival supplies buried in crates... it's safe to say that "bug-out" planning is a popular topic. But there's another, perhaps even more important, topic that gets a lot less attention: Where NOT … [Read more...]




10 Places to Avoid At All Costs When the Grid Goes Down

Fire in the city overview

The amount of thought most survivalists put into where to go to escape a SHTF grid collapse is nothing short of impressive. Remote cabins, bunkers, ranches, wilderness areas with survival supplies buried in crates... it's safe to say that "bug-out" planning is a popular topic. But there's another, perhaps even more important, topic that gets a lot less attention: Where NOT … [Read more...]




5 Mortgage-Free Survival Cabin Ideas

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It's no secret that many of us within the self-reliance movement would absolutely love to build a survival cabin in the wilderness... Both to enjoy on the weekends AND to serve as a bug-out location in a long period of social/economic turmoil. The problem for most of us, as it is with most dreams, is being able to afford this dream. Buying property costs money, then on top … [Read more...]




DIY Hillbilly Water Bottle Filter [STEP-BY-STEP]

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A good survival filtration system is a must-have for any survival stockpile or bug-out bag. The reason is simple: Potable water is second only to air in terms of survival, and yet it’s difficult to store in large quantities and even more difficult to transport. In a bug-out situation, it’s probably not going to be practical to pull a 500-gallon water trailer behind the … [Read more...]