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An Overview of Making Survival Caches
The act of burying valuables and supplies is something that humans have been doing for literally tens of thousands of years – it’s not exactly a new concept. Most, if not all, preppers consider making some with supplies at some point in their prepping journey. Anyone can make a survival cache, it isn’t that hard to do. The biggest challenge can be where to put them!
It is up to each person to decide what goes inside these caches – there is no “one size fits all,” generally speaking. Sure, each human needs certain things to survive but as individuals, we all have our preferences and specific needs. In the article penned by Homestead Dreamer, the focus is more on the survival container you use and things to consider when making them.
An Overview of Making Survival Caches – For both the newbie or veteran prepper, it helps them to drill down to their needs and requirements based on the climate they live in, if they have a Bug Out Location (BOL), and different ways you can structure your survival caches to compliment each other. Also included are places to avoid putting a cache, too!