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[Video] Safer Travel Routes After The SHTF

3 Low Profile Alternate Travel Routes

Okay. We start with the S has HTF scenario. You have to (want to) to get from here to there, wherever here and there are.

stream bed

Following A Stream

You know what you must do once you arrive at your bug out location (if that’s where you’re going), you just need to get there safely. You don’t want to attract any undue attention. You want to maintain a low profile … which means staying off the roadways.

VIDEO Describing 3 Alternate Routes On Page 2

Pioneering Skills Are Now Survival Skills

From Pioneer To Survivalist

To me as a child, pioneering were the TV shows The Rifleman with Chuck Connors and Wagon Train with Ward Bond. (Yes, I am that old.) Little House On the Prairie was too sappy. My sisters watched that.

Covered Wagons Train

Wagon Train

Those TV characters were seeking new western homesteads to build homes and families.

Using common, everyday skills for those times, they hunted game, grew fruits and vegetables, preserved extra food, and tended to injuries and ailments. They were pioneers.

Pioneer To Survival Skills Continued On Page 2

How to Hide Your Wilderness Garden

It’s Your Survival Garden

You’re growing a survival garden for you, for your family, and for your group.

You do not want this wilderness garden to be out in the open for any “passerby”, hungry or not, to spot. Hiding your garden may be very important.

garden next to pond

Hidden Garden Near Pond

What to do? How can you hide it in “plain sight”?

Hiding Your Survival Garden Continued On PAGE 2

6 CPR Basics Every Prepper Should Know

What To Do If Your CPR Certified … Or Not

Much of our prepping strategies are focused on gear … and how to use it. But survival skill sets are just as important. And among the most important of those is knowing first aid.

heart puzzle

Need To Know CPR Basics

Planning for disaster scenarios certainly must include helping the injured and ill in your family and your group.

On The NEXT PAGE: 6 Things To Know About CPR