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10 Steps to Survive A Winter Power Outage

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12 thoughts on “10 Steps to Survive A Winter Power Outage

    1. +Alex Muller Yes, Take her on 2 week a vacation to a third world Country . Let here see how third world people live. Stay with a local, not in a 5 star hotel or resort. The experience will open her eyes and give a local some money to live on. Lots of people live on less than 200 dollars a year. I’m sure a travel agent can help you find a shit hole Country to visit. Get here out of her comfort level. And she may appreciate what she has here in America .

    2. My entire life has consisted of military programs and survival training since I was 9 in primarily Alaska and many other states as well as servings in the military. My wife’s on the other hand is bassicly a princess that does not comprehend change or the nature of the world. Ideas?

  1. As ninja We would be dropped off in a blizzard and would take off on foot full speed to dig a deep trench or lean shelter made of limbs etc. Get a fire going then melt ice and snow. After the initial shelter warmth and water. We’d warm hydrate then go food hunting. I’ve comfortably done this in the high desert, big bear ca, Sierra, ohio, wv, and Osaka JP. Worked for Samurai Ronin and us. Modern BS isn’t sufficient enough

  2. Hard to understand how anyone who doesn’t live in an apartment building doesn’t have a wood burning stove or fireplace insert.

    No power for the whole winter and with enough firewood on hand you can live comfortable. Cook everything stovetop. I would never live in a cold environment without being prepped for the standard cold winter.

    However, I see a ton of folks around me who only heat with electric fired gas heating systems and pellet stoves.

    Oh well, good way to thin the herd.

  3. Awwww, gee, look at that monsterous killing snow! HELL, we go out hunting in a lot worse than that, and think nothing of it! It’s just called coping with mother nature. we don’t have any heat in our bedrooms, just 1 small heater in the bathroom, and 2 6ft. baseboard heaters in the dining room. That’s all in Montana winters. Tough up guys! things are going to get a lot worse, before they get better.

  4. I’m 19 years old and have recently started prepping (mostly just knowledge and skills rn cause I don’t have money). Anyway just got snow at my school and it reminded me I hadn’t considered winter weather at all so I’d say this video came right on time.

  5. Just got a foot of snow over the past 24 hours. Beefing up my preps for this type of situation is now on my immediate to-do list

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