A post by: John Schips, Primary Contributor for www.flannelfishermen.com
One of the best things about catching fish is enjoying top quality, fresh meat! Few meals are more appreciated than a fish plucked straight from the water; and when it comes to preparing the catch, one rule stands the test of time – the simpler the better. Continue reading Cooking Fish Off the Grid
You might be sitting there, wondering what the hell you’re listening to here. Well, let me tell you a bit about that.
The House of B is a place where you can come to get a different flavor on the world of prepping. The Liberty Chronicles is a three book series that begins more of a political fiction with I Overthrew The Government and This Is How I Did It continuing with The Freedom Fighters that slowly transitions to more of a post-apocalyptic by the end of the third book. I try to incorporate prepping ideas and concepts into the story because I happen to believe that one can use works of fiction to better educate people about the reality of the world we live in… and how easily it can come crumbling down. Continue reading Welcome to The House of “B”
A post by PappyCanoli
Good Day, Hello all and Hope this post finds you well. I thought I would share with you a story about my weekend adventures. Continue reading Knowledge and Wisdom
Both of these terms are decidedly “Prepper” terms, but have we ever really considered the true meanings of these? The differences and implications of each, and should we be equally concerned about both of them? First thing is first, let’s talk a little bit about what each of these terms means to you. Continue reading Bugging out -vs- Bugging in, SHTF waits for no one!
It’s interesting to note that addictions come in many forms it is not only drugs or alcohol the people are addicted to. I am not wanting to climb up on a soapbox but sometimes we look at things and we don’t realize that they consume far too much of our time. I could give you a giant list of these… Facebook, food, cigarettes, porn and even coffee. I’d like to examine a few of these and offer not only insight into them but also links to assist my fellow preppers. Continue reading Addiction Post SHTF
A post by B. C. Lauer
People talk about prepping all the time. Get your basics, food, water, shelter and you’re good, right? This may be true for the short-term cases, but in the interest of making it for the long haul, there are other things that must be accounted for, especially for those of us that live on a farm. Even if you don’t, it is still something to consider as you may have skills that could prove mutually beneficial to a farmer friend of yours. Continue reading Prepping the Farmer to Prep the Farm
A post by Dan Sullivan:
The topic of survival skills is a big one. There’re literally hundreds you can learn and become good at that will help you survive. From filtering water to homesteading to raising animals to making primitive tools and weapons, their number and complexity may seem intimidating. Ideally, you should get each family member to specialize in a few of them so you’re always covered no matter what happens… but some of them are too important not to have everybody learn them. Continue reading 6 Survival Skills for Bugging In and Out
I posed a question on my Facebook asking…”What should I talk on?” There were a few responses but the thing that got some great conversation going was a reply…”How to form friendships or greet people after the collapse.” Funny thing was this morphed into a conversation about defenses. Continue reading Ways to decide… Friend or Foe?
Dystopia: The long road is here!! It has taken some time to get this book finished but it was worth it.
Available on Amazon
Coming soon to Audio book Both Dystopia books
*Dystopia: Beginning of the End (Volume 1)
*Dystopia: The Long Road (Volume 2)
Dystopia: The Dark Days
8 Things That Are Worth More than Anything in a Disaster
If you’re looking to stockpile, you’ve probably taken into account several factors in order to decide what should be on your survival shopping list. By looking at recent events across the globe or even the ones in the US (remember Katrina), it’s easy to notice which items people would have given all their money and possessions for in exchange for hydrating themselves, feeding their children or… Continue reading 8 Things That Are Worth More than Anything in a Disaster