By: Robert Studer Editor
Survival Central is excited to introduce it newest section to our site, Build a B.O.B. In Build a B.O.B you can choose from a pre assembled bug out bag or starting with the bag fill it with everything you need for a successful bug out.
It’s easy to make your own B.O.B. Start by picking a bag you like. Then moving down the rows in the store select one or as many items as you wish to add to your bag. Do this till you are finished with the rows.
Proceed to check out, pay for your order and that’s it. Amazon will ship you your order. So stop going from site to site looking for your Bug out Bag supplies and get yours here at Survival Central’s Build a B.O.B and be prepared for the next disaster or emergency. So check it out by clicking on the tab at the top of the page or following this link: Build A B.O.B. I will be adding new items on a weekly basis.
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“We were sick of corporate farming, GMOs and pesticides”
December 4, 2013
A Northwood, Iowa man charged with violating a city ordinance that bans raising chickens within city limits is set to face trial late next week.
Leo Hendrick, war veteran, father and owner ofSpartan Arms, moved his family to Northwood five years ago in hopes to live a more healthy and self-sufficient life. Through hunting, gardening and raising small animals like chickens and rabbits, Hendrick has become almost completely food independent.
“We were sick of corporate farming, GMOs and pesticides,” Hendrick told Storyleak. “The price of groceries just keeps going up too so this is really the only way me and my family can survive.” Read more »
With the weather forecast for this coming Thanksgiving not looking so good and a possibility of lots of snow, I thought it would be prudent and timely to share with you a quick post on preparing an emergency kit for your car.
In the age of good highways, sophisticated cars, and ever-present cell phones, we worry less than ever about the hazards of winter driving. We shouldn’t be so flippant about the risks of winter travel. While the stories of individuals lost in winter storms or trapped or sliding off the road and being trapped in their cars overnight are far less frequent than they once were, we can all be better prepared by simply packing a winter essentials kit in our cars.
Preparation Is Essential
Keep a bag stocked and always present in your trunk or in the cargo compartment just in case of emergency. Purchase a bag expressly for this purpose or simply use a cardboard box, an old travel bag, or a couple of canvas grocery bags. Kits should include, at minimum:
•Winter coat, hat, and gloves; ideally a blanket (or more than one) as well Read more »