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The Best Articles on Survival Sullivan this Spring

Hey folks, I just wanted to do a quick recap of some of the amazing articles that’ve been published on Survival Sullivan this spring. I handpicked the ones that’ve gotten the best reactions from you… so without further ado, here they are: How to Gather Wood for Your Stockpile. A …

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Survival Notes March 9th 2018

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For non-preppers, it’s spring cleaning time of year. But for our self-reliant tribe, growing our own groceries preparations are getting in full swing. Many of us have been afflicted with that dreaded disease…cabin fever. This incredibly harsh winter after several years of mild ones, seems like it will never come …

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Survival Notes Feb 25th 2018

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When you approach prepping as a lifestyle choice, as “Life Assurance,” you often get to test your self-reliance skills and stockpile. One of the greatest preparedness assets should be what is beneath your feet…your home. It took us close to three years to find the perfect land for our survival …

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Survival Notes Feb 18th 2018

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My prepping this week was done almost entirely indoors. We are still living in a massive mud bog – snow pit combo environment. My hubby has been fighting a futile battle trying to keep our road looking like something that more or else actually resembles as road and is passable …

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Survival Notes – February 12th 2018

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How did you prep this week? On our homesteading survival retreat we worked on adding an essential off grid component to our prepper haven. I shocked my hubby when I told him what I wanted for Valentine’s Day this year….an outhouse! Most ladies would request jewelry and not ask for …

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Survival Notes – Beginning of February 2018

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Today we prep so tomorrow we can live. Prepping is the best form of life ASSURANCE there is. Developing a prepping schedule at the beginning of the year will allow you to spend 52 weeks learning new skills, honing existing ones, and keeping track of your stockpiles by working in …

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