Why we need to prepare




Once again nature shows us why we need to prepare and why we need to diversify our preparedness efforts. Some had their homes destroyed and all of their supplies along with it. Others got out in time and were doing just fine in a hotel room or an alternate bugout location. Now with billions of dollars in damage and millions without power it becomes clear that emergency preparedness is not for some distant end of the world scenario. Disasters are a common occurrence. Being prepared is just plain common sense.
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike
Hurricane Ike




About The Author

Survival Spot is dedicated to helping everyone learn philosophy and fundamentals of preparedness and survival.

One Response

  1. Keith Wilkins

    I believe that beyond the normal possibilities of natural disasters – that we are in for some significant rough times ahead. Economic collapse I, as well as many others, see in our future and not that far off. In addition to that – nuclear terrorism I believe is a distinct possibility. It is just a matter of time.

    I like the blog – keep it up.

    Thanks….

    By the way – http://www.WorldInfoCD.com just announced a promo code for 10% off all products. They sell a variety of survival and weapons information CD’s at very good prices. The promo code is “deal10″.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.