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We fight here in America. We fight about all sorts of things. We get upset and we argue. We throw grown-up tantrums and we have even created a billion dollar industry called the media, which stokes the flames of that anger. We think we have big, important problems every day.
All that comes to a halt when the earth starts talking. If we are talking about volcanic eruptions or earthquakes, things get serious fast. Suddenly, survival takes the forefront. We are no longer concerned about the daily grievance. It’s funny how quickly they go away.
The earth has been far from silent lately. West coast earthquakes are making lots of people nervous. Who could forget the wildfires that ripped through the western part of the nation? We are also watching some monster hurricanes on an annual basis.
One of the more popular questions that new preppers ask is: “what should I prepare for first!”
There is one area that should be prepared for first and that is the prospect of a regional disaster. What types of things happen in your area every year and how can you prepare for them.
You have no reason not to be prepared for hurricanes if you are experiencing the threat each and every year. Now being prepared also means being ready to leave.
Sometimes mother nature is just too much and you have to head for the hills!
One of the most important parts of preparing for mother natures wrath has the ability to communicate. Communications in a SHTF situation can be a lot more complicated than you think. Still, the more you know about the extent of the damage the better you will be prepared to react and make the right choice.
Never forget, mother nature makes the rules. We merely do our best to follow them and not fall victim to her power.