About the author & this blog:

Bradley –I am a retired Marine / Government Contractor / Father of four and husband to a wonderful lady.  I have been fortunate over the years to gain much experience in outdoor skills, survival techniques, mountaineering, and much more.  As you will see I have never been a technical writer but I feel it is important to this share knowledge whenever able.  In the process of sharing what I know or have learned I will need to write, so please be patient with me.   I love my God, my family, and my Country.  I believe the home is the most important place!  I also believe that being a Father is critical for a good home to flourish.  I believe that a father needs to be able to provide for your family in a time of crisis.  So that is why I prepare.  My wife & I joke about the Rapture and how that if we are called up soon some person is going to have a great pantry to support themselves.

This blog will most likely be a culmination of many things.  Most importantly it will be a source of information for those who do not know what they do not know about being prepared.  Prepared for what you ask?  Whatever life brings!

I had it in mind to be able to showcase to you all as much information concerning best practices, best equipment, best foods, and etc on the many topics.  Information sharing like this is so important to those who just do not know what it is they don’t know about self help.  Hopefully along the way we learn something.  This will be a daunting task be sure of it.

You will see information on prepartion, foods, natural living, survival, family, homesteading, and etc.

I do know this….

Benjamin Franklin “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”  ―  Benjamin Franklin

Randy Pausch “Another way to be prepared is to think negatively. Yes, I’m a great optimist.  but, when trying to make a decision, I often think of the worst case scenario.  I call it ‘the eaten by wolves factor.’ If I do something, what’s the most terrible thing that could happen?  Would I be eaten by wolves?  One thing that makes it possible to be an optimist, is if you have a contingency plan for when all hell breaks loose.  There are a lot of things I don’t worry about, because I have a plan in place if they do.”  ―    Randy Pausch,    The Last Lecture
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