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Gas Storage for when the SHTF Add a fuel stabilizing product like STA-BIL or PRI-G (PRI-D for diesel) to the gas for long term storage and it will keep the gas fresh for 12 months...

survivalandbeyond.net

survivalandbeyond.net

This Website is fantastic for someone like me who gets overwhelmed by the thought of food storage etc. It breaks down what you need to buy for food storage per month, 72 hr kit ideas and lots of other ideas!!!!

DIY:: Flower Pot Heater ~ Gives a lot of heat, costs about nothing, easy to make and it looks pretty nice, too! Clay/Terracotta pots absorb the thermal energy of the candles and convert it into radiant space heat. Reaches temperatures of 160F to 180F. Heater stays hot for hours. use caution, the inner chamber can reach 500F. Heats a small area very effectively. uses 1 to 3 candles or more. How To @: www.youtube.com/...

In The Hands Of A Child :: Basic Survival Skills Note Book

In The Hands Of A Child :: Basic Survival Skills

thecurriculumchoice.com

Making Homemade Yeast For Bread Baking | Homesteading | Baking

Making Homemade Yeast For Bread Baking | The Homestead Survival

thehomesteadsurvival.com

he pedal powered generator from Windstream is perfect for emergencies, power failures, remote locations, and off-grid applications. It can be pedaled or cranked by hand to charge 12 volt batteries and run small appliances. The typical average continuous power that can be generated by pedaling the Human Power Generator is up to about 80 watts. The maximum power obtainable through hand cranking typically is about 50 watts. The pedals and optional hand-cranks are interchangeable.

Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator | For unexpected power outages or missions that take you off the grid, this portable, solar powered generator provides power to recharge laptops, phones, cameras, and lights, plus thousands of other electronics, with outlets for 12V, AC, and USB. The generator gets a full charge in 4 hours from a wall outlet or car charger & in 5-6 from the sun.

How to properly store gasoline to use during an emergency and how much you need. Great blog for food storage and emergency preparedness!