This is a simple video of friends camping for a couple of days in a Michigan forest. Essentially it was a winter camp meet-up in the Huron National Forest of several guys with YouTube channels.
There are no “this is how you this” or “how to do that”; they just do what has to be done for shelter, fire, and food.
So if you want watch winter skills and gear in action, including …
No one can argue that U.S. citizens are increasingly crushed by bureaucratic regulations and local, state, and federal laws. I would argue that for every new law enacted, an older statute should be erased … but that’s a topic for another day.
The video below list the details of 10 laws from various parts of the country that prohibit some pretty weird things. There may have been a sane rationale when these statutes were enacted, but now … well, now they’re just weird.
10. Waking a sleeping bear for THIS is illegal.
9. Snowball fights are illegal HERE.
8. You can’t do THIS with dogs in Delaware.
7. You can’t sell the tail of squirrels HERE.
The Canadian Prepper discusses some high risk people, personalities, characters, and groups you may want to avoid in post-disaster scenarios when conventional law is not being enforced.
Under the right circumstances, any of us may be one of these folks.
And just because someone may potentially be a possible threat does not mean we need to avoid them altogether. We just have to have a heightened sense of awareness. We need to exercise caution if the right conditions trigger their “threat”.
In desperate times when ethics and morality become ambiguous, any individual may rationalize bad and dangerous behavior if it means protecting (providing for) themselves or their family.
And, of course, certain people will be dangerous threat regardless of the particular conditions.
Saying the time for compromise is over, The Patriot Nurse let’s loose on the folks who seek the fruits of your labor using the State as their collection agent.
Some of her most indignant insights include: