Monthly Archives: February 2021
How Venezuela Turned Back to Capitalism when Socialism Failed
If you were paying attention over the last few years, you got to witness the collapse of Venezuela as it experienced the failed promises of socialism. Now capitalism may save it.
Texas Freeze Damage Assessment Continues: Time to do Your Own
As the amount of damage done to lives, livelihoods, houses, business and agriculture continue to climb in Texas, you may want to re-assess your preps.
Our Nice Rectangular Garden Just Became a Quadrilateral
Sometimes the best laid plans of mice and men go awry. We learned that our topography isn't quite as neat and square as the graph paper we plotted our garden on.
Survival Diary February 24: We Make a Trip to the City
We made our first big shopping trip to the city in two months and it drove home the difference between living in big cities, small cities and rural areas.
After the Deep Freeze, we Experience the First Twinges of Spring
After a spate of cold days with temps dropping into the teens, we see the first signs of spring and we test our gravity-flow water system.
The Best Way Preppers Should Spend their Stimulus Check
As Congress creeps closer to yet another stimulus bill, Preppers may be in for a windfall. Here are our suggestions on how to spend it.
Winning! COVID-19 Retreats. Will Social Distancing be Next?
With some experts prediction COVID-19 will be beaten by April, we look at what this could mean for the county and the economy.
Prepper Diary February 21: Our Chicken Coop Plans Get Updated
We get some professional advice regarding our chicken coop design and garden layout.
Lessons Preppers Can Learn from the Texas Big Freeze
Every disaster should be analyzed to determine what we as preppers can do to survive. Here are some initial thoughts regarding the Texas power outages.
When Did American Become a Third World Country?
As the country draws ever closer to socialism, there is one thing keeping us from falling into the quagmire of socialism: Privately owned firearms.