An article from Popular Mechanics, dated back to 2009. If you are new to home-grown diesel production, know first that the quality of the fuel depends largely on you – are your research beforehand. Not all systems are the same. Some require additives that others don’t. All require that you follow the designer’s procedures. There [...]
As an RV kinda guy, I watch what’s rolling down the highways. I travel each week at least 600 miles, so the opportunities for RV watching are many. Since about late Summer last year, I’ve seen more of them out there on the roads. Most of them are newer models, no more than 5 years [...]
While researching some info on private drones, I came across an article that describes using a flare gun to launch a camera into the air. The idea is to launch a small wireless camera and review the imagery for important info. Applications? Search and rescue. small area recon. Bug out recon. But this method fails to [...]
Pulled from a post on a forum, and cleaned up for usage here.
Your generator can give away your state of preparedness to lots of people at just the wrong time. To keep it and your other supplies from being borrowed, you need to keep it quiet enough so that only the closest people can [...]
Each bug out plan needs to be run on occasion. For the RVer, this is little more than doing what you do for a snap shot trip, with some modifications. Going over RV BOVs, we can quickly see that they take the form of:
Motor Homes of all classes Truck /camper rigs Travel and Fifth [...]
No. You are not.
Does that hit hard enough? I setup this post that way to get you in the mood to read the following.
I was leaving a work site today. At one end of the parking lot I happened across a Prius at a stop sign. I expected the driver to make the [...]