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“A keeper looks into your eyes and sees your soul”.
“Sometimes to get what you want the most, you have to do what you want the least”.
“If you haven’t walked in my shoes and followed the path I traveled, lived my sorrow, felt my pain, know who I lost, found, and now love, who are you to judge me?
“Pain is natures way of telling you that you are alive”.
“There is always something else you can try”.
“Disabled don’t mean incapable.
To prove that, you run,
And I’ll try to shoot you”.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. The problem is what happens afterwards to them who do”.
“Make it happen, no matter what”.
Tag Archives: survival
Two British couples breathed a sigh of relief when they saw soldiers turn up in jeeps to rescue stranded holidaymakers from the ruins of their hotel on the island of Saint Martin. But their relief turned to dismay when the … Continue reading
It’s been interesting the feedback we’ve been getting about our decision to move on. Ten weeks ago we left a marina that was emptying fast following a management decision to force out the residential boats. In that time quite a … Continue reading
When you figure everything out, if you’re too old and knackered to run, the choices you will make may only have two conclusions. You live or you die. Survival is a game of chance. You can load the odds in … Continue reading
As usual I’ve been reading other people’s wisdom about prepping. The level of expertise and depth of knowledge from some is truly impressive. AND VERY WORRYING (Because I didn’t appreciate how much I don’t know). Only as explained to another:- … Continue reading
I’m pretty much done with things now. After all what can I write about which is new and fresh? Look at any survival / prepper blog and all you’ll basically see is re-writes of FM 21-76 The US ARMY SURVIVAL … Continue reading
In my mind there is a fundamental disconnect between the basics (the theory) of survival and the realities of surviving in an urban or even semi rural environment after a disaster.