Getting Ready For Winter

With the frigid part of the year now creeping into most of the country, an article by Abby Dyer is a good reminder of the need to be ready for cold weather emergencies. Around your house you should have a way to keep warm and basic supplies stashed away in case of  power failure or a similar emergency.  A weeks worth of food, water and other basic necessities will put you in a good position to ride things out comfortably. Heavy snows can close roads in just a few hours, so you should have a kit of basic supplies in the trunk of your car, as well.

Wyatt Johnson

Wyatt Johnson

Wyatt has been writing articles and running RealisticPreparedness since 2012. Bushcraft, fieldcraft, personal defense, and urban survival are all areas of interest. He is a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment.

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