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How to Make Gel Fuel at Home for Survival

By Theresa Crouse

Gel fuel is a relative newcomer to the portable fuel scene and is making quite a splash, mainly because if you knock it over, it DOESN’T make a splash.  985 more words


What Kind of People Will You Meet After SHTF

By Josh

In the aftermath of any disaster, it is usually the human element that can be the greatest force for rebuilding or additional chaos. Individuals, groups, even entire government organizations will have their chance to save lives, build infrastructure, and restart trade or to destroy, rape, and pillage. 1,015 more words


Fans of the ‘The Walking Dead’ television show and comics – here’s a series you can really take a BITE out of!

This summer, the Chester County Library, Department of Emergency Services, Department of Facilities & Parks, Boy Scouts of Chester County, and the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club will present a series of programs focused on honing your survival and wilderness skills. 178 more words

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Teeth Braces

Ahh! My teeth hurt. My mouth hurts. I can’t eat, my teeth feel loose. This is what I’ve been telling every person I meet. In spite of all the pain there has not been a single time when I regretted getting teeth braces. 673 more words


Cornering considered - again!

You can’t enjoy your motorcycling unless you are cornering with confidence. Fact! So how to go about it? These are some pointers prompted by the IAM handbook. 163 more words

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Steering - back to basics

I went out for a group run on Sunday and found it a bit uncomfortable at times. I found that on curves I had a tendency to leave the natural wide arc and dive into the apex – especially on left handers. 215 more words

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5 Tips For the Beginning Prepper

By Josh

When you’re new to preparedness things can seem overwhelming, with tons of information about how to be a perfect prepper. However, in most cases preparedness is pretty simple for the most part, with only a few things to watch out for particularly when you’re just starting out. 609 more words