About

Hello,

My name is Earl Seekins and I like being prepared for life’s little adventures. Whether this is getting lost in the woods, a severe winter storm knocking out the power, a hurricane or any of a dozen other reasons I like to have at least basic preparations in place. My interest in survival started with my working on the wilderness survival merit badge while I was in the Boy Scouts in the 1970’s. This site will talk about a variety of subjects related to emergency preparedness from storing water and food to emergency heating sources. We will also take a look at every day carry, Bug-out Bags, and much more. I will also take a look at the pros and cons of bugging out vs. bugging in and when bugging out maybe your only choice. I take a modular approach to survival gear carrying those items appropriate to the day’s activates and adding to them as necessary. The most important thing to remember is there is no “one size fits all” approach and any information given here should be tailored to fit each individuals needs and requirements. So join me on a journey through the ins and outs of survivalism and emergency preparedness.

8 responses to “About

  1. Hi there! You have a wonderful blog. Its a pleasure to nominate you for the Liebster Awrard. Congrats 🙂
    The rules to accept are here:https://hargunwahi.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/here-comes-the-leibster-award/
    Happy blogging 🙂

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  2. Hey, I saw you over at HR. I can’t seem to find the wordpress reader button to follow you though :/

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  3. Hey Earl, Thanks for the follow, and you can see I try to do the same. I have over a hundred followers, so the reading list is getting longer all the time. I will try to keep up on your blog, as we have lots in common. I believe you know that too. People take these measures for granted ( preparedness) More need to be serious, things ain’t like when we were kids. I will be in touch., Just call me Squatch.

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  4. What a wonderful service you provide with your blog. I lived in SF bay area for a long time – most towns have a wonderful disaster preparedness program that residents are urged to attend – smart! So don’t forget earthquake in your preparedness.

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