Survival is all about Thinking Ahead. Let Bear Gallagher Cole The Wild West Explorer help you prepare. Tips, Tricks, and Training for Short Term, Long Term, and Wilderness Survival.
You’ve seen or heard the stereotypes may times before. A crazy family stock piling ammunition and toilet paper in a shelter underground. They are preparing for World War 3, Zombies, or the Apocalypse.
Being Prepared is not a stereotype. It is just the logical next step for people who think ahead.
The chances of an emergency or disaster that requires planning is probable. Whether it is losing power or water to your home. Losing communications by telephone or internet. Losing access to your money when banking systems go down. A storm or natural disaster that cuts off the ability for trucks to deliver groceries and goods.
Things may just be down for a day. They may be down much longer. No matter the scenario, it is best to be prepared mentally and physically just in case. I never thought about these things much until I had a family. Now that I do, I know it is my responsibility to prepare myself and my family for unfavorable scenarios.
I always want my family to have the best opportunity possible to survive.
Dropping hundreds of thousands into building a prepper’s compound on my budget would affect my families survival today. Sure maybe we would feel prepared, but I want my family to survive everyday struggles as well.
We can learn to prepare on a budget together.
It is important to balance out and weigh probabilities, and importance. A good survival plan is all about thinking ahead, and being as smart about your preparation as possible. Often, the smartest thing you can do, is familiarize yourself with your area and diversify your skill set.
Building Friction Fires and Wickiups are important skills that will prepare you to survive a situation that requires primitive wilderness living skills. However, these skills only prepare you for one type of emergency or survival situation. In my opinion, survivalism is about much more than just Wilderness Skills.
You need to build a diverse set of skills and knowledge, and physical fitness to prepare for anything that comes your way.
Let The Wild West Survival Academy help you think ahead, prepare, and diversify!
Howdy Explorers. I am Bear Gallagher Cole, the Wild West Explorer - I was Born & Raised in the Grand Canyon National Park and have been to the bottom over 100 times. I am a Certified Wilderness First Responder, ACE Personal Trainer, Web Professional, and Audio Engineer. I focus on getting people Outdoors, Healthy, and Motivated to enjoy every day they get. You can keep up with me @ WildWestExplorer.com and BearCole.com.