Welcome to my Blog! I am just a twelve year old kid thats concerned about the way our country is going. This is my journal of what I do to try to prepare for the coming storm. Please join me in my effort to Survive and Thrive!

Friday, July 2, 2010


The past week has been very busy. I received my dream knife, the Kershaw Outcast, bought two new bb/pellet rifles to try out and have been brushing up on some basic survival skills (i.e. knots and lashing, firemaking, etc.).
I have also been getting ready to go to another camp tomorrow. I turn thirteen in four days.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Taking a break

I am taking a break from writing for the next week or two, so I will talk to you then.

Sunday, June 20, 2010


M.D. Creekmore at the The Survivalist Blog – a survival blogdedicated to helping others prepare for and survive disaster – with articles on bug out bag contents, survival knife choices and a wealth of other survival information is giving away a 1,000 round case of 9mm – 124 Grain FMJ (a $200 value – donated byLuckyGunner)! To enter, you just have to post about it on your blog. This is my entry. Visit The Survivalist Blog for the details.


While I really can't stand some of the authors opinions, he did an awesome job compiling this glossary of survival/prepping/military terms and acronyms.

Les Stroud -- Best Story Ever

Saturday, June 19, 2010

My Dream Knife

Kershaw Outcast
Kershaw Outcast Bush Knife

This knife is officially at the top of my wish list.

Back From Camp

I got back from scout camp today and I am exhausted. It was a good week though. Going to camp allowed me to brush up on some basic skills that may make the difference between life and death when/if society collapses .

  • Knots & Lashing. I enrolled in the Pioneering Merit Badge, and ended up helping to teach the class. It was a great way to help me practice building basic structures, I also learned how to make rope by hand.
  • Shooting Skills. I earned the Rifle Shooting Merit Badge, and qualified third in a class of fourteen. I also got to try my hand at archery, and came to the realization that archery really is not my strong suite. I am going to try shotgun next year.
  • Basic Survival Skills. I actually ended up teaching most of the Wilderness Survival Merit Badge myself. I loved getting to go on an overnight hike/ survival campout and building a shelter.