How to Survive a Nor’easter the Prepper Way
Winter Storm Riley wreaked havoc on the Northeast, New England, and the Eastern Seaboard this weekend. High winds, waves, rain, snow, and ice destroyed property, prompted states of emergency, and killed people.
There are ways you, the good prepper, can be ready for such terrible, but not uncommon and plainly foreseeable, events. Today’s video feature comes courtesy of some preppers who rode out the storm this weekend in their tiny house. They were ready and survived. Let this be an inspiration and an instruction. Please watch:
Video by Tinyhouse Prepper/YouTube.
Tiny house, mansion, or homesteader retreat, you need to be ready and able to ride out a storm. Or, in the alternative and if circumstances dictate, you need to be ready to pack it up and bug out. Fast. The sooner you decide the better.
Mother Nature is fierce and furious. Don’t let her catch you off guard at home.
And, here’s how to survive a winter (or other) weather event if you’re stuck in your car:
Video by Bayan1905/YouTube.
Amazingly, they tell us that another winter storm is right behind Riley. It has a alphabetically sequential name already. And, come next season, more will follow these. Be ready no matter when or where the storm strikes.
Perrin Lovett writes about freedom, firearms, and cigars (and everything else) at www.perrinlovett.me. He is none too fond of government meddling.