Prepare for Anything (Outdoor Life): 338 Essential Skills
|Rating||:||4.93 (758 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
At the beginning of 2011, Tim became the head contributor for the Outdoor Life Survival website, and providing them with 3 articles per week, every week. Eating wild berries, fishing for trout and learning about the animals of the forest were an everyday part of his country life. Tim has been an active practitioner of survival and outdoor skills for over twenty-four years; and he has
Are you preparing for the collapse of society? Concerned about making it through the next category 4 hurricane? Looking to be less dependent on an increasingly fragile infrastructure? If so, you are definitely not alone. In this timely follow-up to The Ultimate Survival Manual, Prepare for Anything is packed with hundreds of gear recommendations, skills, and survival tips and strategies to help you be ready for anything. This is the book for the preppers all over America. When disaster strikes, will you know how to perform first aid, defend your home, and remain self-reliant? Learn skills that will get you through everything from a power outage to a hurricane to the apocalypse. From an economic collapse to natural disasters to government surveillance, this book has you covered.GEAR UP Learn where to begin, from stocking and storing your food and water correctly to buying the right gear for your area, as well as how to create the perfe
"Very Comprehensive" according to Bradley Thomas. I am a little embarrassed about how many survival books I own. I am a rare creature in that I am a liberal democrat gun owner and prepper. I have to say that this book is above average. I found it on sale at a big buyers club for bulk purchases and it was slightly cheaper than here on big A. I buy almost all my books and many other things at Amazon so it was rare to look it up to review and see it cheaper. Anyway, the book covers lots of areas of preparedness and has great detailed pictures and directions. I would say that this is a great buy for the novice or mid grade survivalist. It is not on par with, say. "Super!" according to mary m. riley. Even if you're not preparing for the end of days, this book is a true catch all for making sure you have the basics for getting through a tough time. Even if just roughing it in the wild for a couple of days, this is great info.. Matt S. said Four Stars. Easy and fun to read. Lots of helpful tidbits. Entertaining.
Tim has written articles for Outdoor Life magazine, The Virginia Sportsman newspaper, and for several blogs and online survival sites. Eating wild berries, fishing for trout and learning about the animals of the forest were an everyday part of his country life. Tim and his wilderness school have been on Good Morning America and National Geographic, and featured in several publications including Conde Nast Traveler Magazine and the Washington Post newspaper. About the Author Tim MacWelch, founder and head instructor of Advanced Survival Training, has had a love of the outdoors from a young age, growing up on a farm in the rolling hills of Virginia. At the beginning of 2011, Tim became the head contributor for the Outdoor Life Survival website, and providing them with 3 articles per week, every week. . Tim has been an active practitioner of survival and outdoor skills for over twenty-four years