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Surviving Hurricane Wilma

Surviving Hurricane Wilma

My husband and I were in Cancun when Hurricane Wilma hit. I had never been in a hurricane and was just there to relax after hand surgery the day before. We were in the tourist part of Cancun at an ...

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Hurricane Survivor Tips

Hurricane Survivor Tips

Dear Editor, I have lived stateside for 22 years now but I was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is in the Caribbean Sea, so it is exposed to a lot of hurricane activity every year. Like most islands, ...

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Saved by a Franklin Stove

Saved by a Franklin Stove

When my dad retired from the post office in the early 70s, he bought a Franklin wood stove from Sears and installed it in the living room. “Northwest Ohio winters can be pretty cold,” dad would say. It seemed kind ...

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Real Life Reader Survival Story

Real Life Reader Survival Story

We lived on the Mississippi coastline when Hurricane Frederic came through in 1979. Although we had everything we needed, my husband thought we should pick up a few more batteries, just in case. When we got to the store, there ...

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Off Grid Dental Care

Off Grid Dental Care

We all care about our winning smile, and strong healthy teeth, so how can we keep up the kind of great dental hygiene and care we’ve all become accustomed to if total economic collapse, terrorism, or a super EMP from ...

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Real Life Crisis Survival, Part 2

Real Life Crisis Survival, Part 2

Editor: This article is courtesy of Frank, a consultant from Phoenix who was doing mission work in Guatemala last week when a volcano erupted. Two days later tropical storm Agatha hit, devastating the country. Last week I mentioned that in the midst of a power outage and a tropical storm, our little “crisis” took an unexpected turn. About 8:30 pm I heard a knock on the front door. It was odd, not just because it was raining cats and dogs, but because the neighborhood was somewhat isolated.

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Real Life Crisis Survival, Part 1

Real Life Crisis Survival, Part 1

Editor: This article is courtesy of Frank, a consultant from Phoenix who was doing mission work in Guatemala last week when a volcano erupted. Two days later tropical storm Agatha hit, devastating the country. Guatemala is a beautiful country that has long struggled with poverty, famine, civil war and injustice. That’s what motivated me to visit for two weeks on a church-sponsored mission to feed the hungry and teach people about the benefits of personal hygiene.

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Surviving on Very Little

Surviving on Very Little

For a lot of people, the word survivalist leads to visions of people living in some cult compound deep in the countryside of some remote area, caching supplies of ammunition and food in preparation for a cataclysmic event. In a ...

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