Many of the posts and articles on preparedness and survival sites are focused on some sort of kit:
Kits are good topics because they usually take an important aspect of the Law of 3’s and identify the gear/items needed to extend that “3-something” survival time.
Security, water, fire. And now, shelter.
For both immediate and long-term outdoor emergency situations, protective survival shelters are a must. Shelter types depend on weather conditions, your geographic location, and the season of the year.
There are many common beliefs, survival lore, that if tried will do more harm than good. Heck, if utilized, your chances of survival are severely diminished … in some cases to zero.
Now most of you realize these myths are dangerous, or least very unhelpful. But it’s always a good idea to put them out there as a reminder for folks: make sure you know before you do.
As a responsible and diligent prepper, you’ve been stocking up on supplies your family will need in the event of a natural or man-caused disaster.
You know each family member requires at least 72 hours of survival stocks. Probably much more.