Considering an underground bunker as a survival option? Something that’s a bit more affordable than this?
Well there’s a company in Texas, Rising S, that specializes in underground bunkers, storm shelters, safe-rooms, blast doors, and bomb shelters.
They offer a lifetime guarantee. Each unit is 100% steel, fabricated by hand, and customized to each client’s unique specs.
You haven’t done the survival food “prep thing” like you know you should have. And you can see that soon, very soon, the S is about THTF. You can’t order from a supply house … no time.
So what do you do? You head to your local Super Market before the rest of the populace catches on, and you stock up. On what? Well that’s what this post is about.
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.
What to do? How can you hide it in “plain sight”?
We’re always looking for long term food storage options. Food that will last a long time in their original packaging/containers. Food that provides calories for work and nutrition for health.
In this video review, J.J. Johnson of Reality Survival takes a look at the Valley Food Storage “One Month Food Kit” (made in the U.S.A). The specs:
Okay, let’s do some simple arithmetic:
750 calories per day is a minimum. Especially if you’re doing anything strenuous.
If you prepped well, you must supplement this food kit with your canned goods, and some fruit and veggies.
Otherwise, it’s more of a 2-week supply. (Again, good for 4 weeks in an extreme crisis situation.)