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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Based purely on my experience as a newbie in burying containers vertically. I got some pointers off other threads but I didn't find any single thread. I'm sure those well-versed in this activity don't need to read any of this, but in case someone is in the same boat-of-inexperience as me... I...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have used the search tools, and read many of the threads about caching, but still have questions. I am reposting this from another forum. Hope you don't mind. When I get back from OCS we're going to have some extra cash to spend on preps (hooray!) and we want to use this to completely...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So, I am looking to land a job in downtown Chicago (yeah, I know, what the hell am I thinking?) I will be taking the train in from Aurora to Union Station, and walking from there. I am thinking of planting a Cache or two in case something along the lines of 9/11 happens. I am envisioning a...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Few people know of this great fire starter. I have successfully used it many times to light fires in pouring rain & high winds. I consider it a *must have* because the heat and energy created, will ignite anything flammable, especially if your wood supply is wet. It is a chemical reaction that...
  5. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Well, I haven't been active in a while so I apologize if this thread is in the wrong area/already been answered. But anyway, I looking for any tips on building a survival cache to be buried in a forest. Preferably, I'm looking for ideas on what to cache away and how it should be stored. Thank...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    We are looking at a prime BOL. This is a very isolated place, and what I am wondering is what is the best storage devices you guys have made!! This place is in a national forest and BUT lets put all this aside. I have watched videos on youtube about PVC pipe being used to store items and burying...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Having a fixed retreat may not be a viable financial consideration for some of us. I have investigated and experimented with using some prepositioned 5 gal Homedespot homer buckets in a couple of places I may pass when bugging out to my retreat. I cost considerations and limitations of space...
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