A little while back I realized that I spend too much time thinking about a few specific subjects. I’m constantly pondering emergency preparedness, self reliance, homesteading, and self defense. I also spend way too much time considering the outcome of a full out zombie uprising. While it would be nice to have a large homestead that is fully self sufficient and fortified against the hordes of the undead… time, finances, and normal life seem to be in the way. This website is a public outlet of working toward these goals, however lengthy the journey may be. I believe that the mind is the most powerful tool in any survival situation, so I focus on learning as many skills as possible. I still have a lot to learn. I also believe knowledge is best shared, so I’ve created this website to share what I’m learning with anyone interested. I’m by no means an expert on survival or homesteading, so take this as a disclaimer. There are many out there with a lot more knowledge and expertise on these subjects. I’m not trying to become the next Bear Grylls or Dave Canterbury. I also won’t focus on one specific area, like wilderness survival or homesteading. I like the “Jack of all trades, and master of none” approach.
Another subject dear to my heart is liberty. We have become a society that is more than willing to trade freedom for security. So long as our routines are not upset, we will submit to just about anything that encroaches on our individual rights. We will go where we are told, eat what we are told, and live the way we are told. We are told who to vote for. Sure, we are given two choices, but those choices are for essentially the same thing. We have become completely dependent on these systems that take our freedoms and offer us comfort and entertainment in return. I’ve been unplugging myself from as many of these systems as possible, and being self reliant is a natural step in that direction. I’ll try not to turn this site into a political rant, but some of the content will be political in nature.
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