It is all well and good to stock food and tools, read books on gardening and bushcraft, and pack your Bug Out Bag with the essentials. In fact, these steps alone will put you ahead of the average American in being prepared for an emergency. But as Preppers know, there’s much more to being prepared than just gathering supplies and knowledge. You also need to practice and develop survival skills, and perhaps most importantly - run drills.
Whether the plan is to bug out or bug in, seek shelter from a natural disaster, or evacuate your home in a hurry . . .
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