If you’re trying to digest the recent disasters, both natural and human, then you know it’s nearly impossible to live free without vulnerabilities. Instead of making this political (who doesn’t believe they have the answers?) what we have learned is that sometimes help isn’t coming. No doubt there is most likely a desire to help you, but desire doesn’t get you or your family out of life threatening predicaments. Therefore, my goal is to help you and your family prepare to survive on your own for as long as it takes—seconds, hours, days, or weeks—until things get back to “normal.”
This will be a running series. These are my notes and what I’ve studied to help my family. You will be able to find it here and also at my website www.yoursurvivalguy.com and in the Friday emails I send. You can sign up for the emails here). My goal is to learn as much as possible to help you and I hope you’ll do the same by emailing me what you have done for your situation. Tomorrow we’ll begin with the basics: Water.
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