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Dale Goodwin
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In one word SURVIVAL.
In one word SURVIVAL.

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I get this question all the time, and these questions have seemed to increase in the last couple of weeks, so I decided to tackle the subject of forming or joining prepper groups. I have been a little hesitant about this because there isn’t really a perfect solution.
This article (and podcast) goes into detail about what makes a good group, and how to form your own or join a prepper group.
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Every couple of years we add a few chickens to our flock, most of the time we just use a plastic storage bin as a brooder because we only get a couple of chickens. This time was a little different. This time we got 12 chickens and needed more room, so I needed a way to build a cheap homemade DIY chicken brooder that would stay warm, and be roomy enough as the chicks got bigger.
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When we think about Typhoid, Cholera and Dysentery visions of the old west come to mind, but in a situation that causes a societal breakdown these diseases could rear their ugly head again.
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60 of your favorite preparedness bloggers (including us) have come together to create an absolutely huge package at an awesome price.

This package includes…
55 eBooks
10 eCourses, memberships and subscriptions
14 bonus offers
Getting Started PDF--To help you keep track of everything in the bundle.
Exclusive emails with articles to help you get back to basics and special offers throughout the year.
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A little while back I was given the opportunity to try out the Compound bow from Apollo Tactical and I am very impressed with the product. As most of you know who visit this website often, over the past year I have gotten bitten by the archery bug, I started with building my own long bow, after that I purchased a crossbow, and now I am falling in love with the compound bow.
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This week Lisa and I talked about bug out vehicles and why the best bug out vehicle doesn’t mean owning a $600,000 Unicat Expeditionary Vehicle. The best bug out vehicle doesn’t necessarily need to be bullet proof and able to plow through road blocks. In my opinion, if you need that, you waited too long to get out of dodge.
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Over the next few weeks Lisa and I are going through all the steps of bugging out, and discussing why it’s more complicated than it seems on the surface. This week we are going over bug out locations, supplies and resources, and next week we will be talking about bug out vehicles, and why one might not be better than the other.
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Over the next couple of weeks Lisa and I are going to dig deep into bugging out and everything that it involves. Having a good bug out plan is more complicated than you might think, and requires more than just having a full tank of gas and space in your trunk to put your bug out bag.
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