My “captor” handcuffs me behind my back before throwing a hood over my head and leading me outside. He sits me down on the bumper of a car and duct tapes my legs together from the ankles to the knees. After that, I’m pushed back into the trunk and it closes on top of me. I immediately shake the hood off my head and feel the car lurch forward at break-neck speed as I go to work on the handcuffs with the bobby pin I’ve stashed in my waistband. The car swerves and jerks from side to side doing its best to make my escape impossible. Continue reading Tested
There’s a lot of talk in the survival world about preparing for major calamities: natural disasters, electromagnetic pulse, economic collapse, etc. It’s attention-grabbing and fear-inducing, but statistically, less likely to occur than other emergencies.
Take your vehicle for example. Most of us are riding around in it every day and now and then, we take some long trips and occasionally go through some remote places. We’ve all experienced some kind of hiccup when on the road. Continue reading Vehicle Emergency Kit
Our lives are filled with a colorful variety of helmet-fires that occur almost daily. We are continually reacting to one pop-up target after another.
The news broadcasts sensational topics riddled with inaccuracies. Social media feeds the anxiety and work demands more and more of our time and attention. The weight of this noise is crushing…
It’s time to escape to the woods. Continue reading Escape to the Woods