Author: M.D. Creekmore


Escape and Evasion Survival Kit [aka Wilderness Survival Cache]

Please note: I wrote this post way back in 2010 and wanted to share it here with you by re-posting. I hope that my writing ability has improved at least some since then.  I’m sure everyone reading this is familiar with the bug out bag – essentially the escape and evasion kit is based on the same concept, but with several advantages. Don’t get me wrong, having abug out bagis a good idea, however a back-up plan, for your backup plan...


Disease Outbreak: Western Apocalypse Is Coming and More…

Below is the new format that I emailed everyone about… please let me know what you think and give any suggestions on how I can improve it in the comments section below.  1. Extra! Extra! Coffee and Newspapers No More! “Beginning in September, the coffee giant will no longer carry copies of three national newspapers and select local papers. The company said this week that it would stop carrying print editions of The New York...

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What’s The Most Likely SHTF Event?

by Dave I like to read a lot of self-reliant and prepping blogs and articles, as we all likely do. Toward the beginning of my self-reliant venture, these articles and blogs were critical in my education. I am in no way an expert in this field, but I am comfortable enough that a lot of this information for me now is review, and it is always good to review the basics. I love reading articles and...

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How to Build an Emergency Shelter in The Woods

Veteran survivalists innately understand the Rule of Threes. The Rule of Threes is as follows: humans will die after 3 minutes with no air, 3 days without water, or 3 weeks of going without food. At least, those are the most commonly known rules. One that is equally essential and that gets glossed over is the fact that people can die in three hours without shelter that thoroughly protects them of fatalities in harsh conditions.

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Real (No B.S.) Survival Lessons from Ukraine

There are several articles explaining what people have gone through in eastern Ukraine. This article over at Daily Mail provides a good visual image of what people are going through. There’s also a thread in survivalist boards where a Dunbass resident that goes by the name of George1980 has been posting, sharing his experiences. I highly recommend reading it if you have the time. Using this information, here are twelve important lessons based on what has happened so far in Ukraine…

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What Did You Do To Prep This Week? [July, 12, 2019]

Well, folks, it’s that time again! Last weeks segment did well with over 150 comments posted. Let’s see if we can pass 200 comments this week. But before we get started, let’s talk about the changes here, what you can expect and why. I think you’ll love the change and get more out of it. Five days a week (Monday through Friday) I will get up at 6:00 o’clock, drink a cup of coffee, eat...

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Raising Pigeons for Meat [What you need to know]

Pigeons are a cheap source of good meat. Pigeons also produce fresh meat during the winter months when larger animals were unavailable as a food source. The frequency of breeding is dictated by the abundance of food available to the parents. The eggs take 18 or 19 days to hatch with both parents incubating the eggs.

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Is It Safe to Use a Propane Stove indoors?

by Jacki Is it Safe to Use a Propane Stove indoors? Yes, it is safe to use a propane stove indoors… if the proper steps and safety precautions are taken. However, it can prove to be hazardous if you don’t stick to the correct methods of doing so. In fact, propane is deemed to be amongst the most inexpensive as well as safest sources of fuel that will surely fit one’s budget. Below, we have...