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08/15/2018 / By Ralph Flores
Preparing for emergencies isn’t just about making sure you’re fully stocked, or having the power or food to last you a long time. It’s also about making sure you survive the outdoors so you can come back home.
Let’s say you find yourself alone in the wilderness and are in dire need of food. You hear a river and see fish swimming by. For most people, they either will wish they had their fishing pole with them or will clumsily try to get fish. Luckily, if you’re prepared, you don’t need to be like them. All you need is some elbow grease, a knife, some twine, patience, and you can make your own fishing spear.
Of course, no one gets great at using tools just by reading it. Much like how our ancestors used primitive tools to survive, actually experiencing how it works it the best way to prepare. Who knows? It might come in handy the next time. (Related: Camping: A great way to practice how to live after SHTF.)
Learn more ways to protect yourself and survive by going to Preparedness.news today.
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