If you’re interested in preparing for emergencies, one of the most important things you can do is develop skill sets that other people don’t have.
I’m not talking about learning how to repair computers or television sets here, I’m talking about getting back to basics and spending time learning skills that you can use during a major disaster or emergency when electricity and many of the other modern conveniences that we have become so accustomed to may not be available.
One of the things that many of us who live in the boonies have in common is that a lot of us are quite resourceful. When you live forty miles from town, it’s not easy to just hop in the truck and run to the hardware store when you need something. As a matter of fact, even if the hardware store was only five minutes away, many of us would still prefer to do our own repairs and make things ourselves instead of paying for someone to do our repairs or purchasing store bought tools and supplies.
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