Earthquakes are one of the most devastating natural disasters which can cause widespread destruction and suffering when they strike. Even though building technology and emergency services have improved over time, earthquake preparation remains a requirement in seismically active areas.
San Francisco after 1906 Earthquake
With another week in the books, here is a summary of the articles that were posted on the blog this week:
Blogging will be light over the next two weeks so there may not be much new for a while. However, there are over two hundred posts in the archives so I welcome you to look through those to find useful information. Thanks for stopping by this week!
The Prepper Fest AZ Expo had so much, I couldn’t fit it all in one post. Here is my addendum to my original review.
The Swiss Tech Utili Key is a decent tool that I have added to my Every Day Carry (EDC) gear. Since I have been carrying it for a while, I decided now is a good time to review one of my latest acquisitions.
Swiss Tech Utili Key
I went to the Prepper Fest AZ Expo at the State Fairgrounds this weekend and thought I would share my observations about it.
While I work on some articles, I thought I would share some video of helicopter hog hunting for feral swine in Texas. These wild pigs are very destructive to crops and land, therefore Texans are turning their guns on them.
Another week in the books, another set of articles posted to the blog. Here is a look back at the past week’s posts:
Stay tuned for some articles related to the Prepper Fest AZ Expo in the coming days!
What got me into prepping? Here is a clue…
Whenever I am getting ready to pay for a purchase, I pull out an orange plastic wallet from my front pocket. Over the past decade, I have received hundreds of comments and compliments on it since it is so distinctive. Many ask what it is, my response is that it is a Jimi wallet, and I love it!
Just after New Year’s, I purchase a few first aid thermal blankets like this one at REI. I encourage all preparation-minded people to do the same because these are very handy yet inexpensive items that could save your life.