(as of Oct 16,2018 12:16:37 UTC – Details)
This is the second volume of the first disaster preparation guides for storage in your ebook readers. This way you will have the emergency preparation information when you need it.
Terrorist attacks and natural disasters are two totally different incidents. When you prepare your family for these two separate incidents, your preparations are just alike, though. You don’t prepare to fight the terrorists and you don’t prepare to change the weather. You prepare your home and your family for “after the incident”. You prepare for the type of weather, the methods of cooking, bathing, defending your home from criminals, & ways to simply survive and go about life without modern technology.
The first volume of this two volume series, “A Southerner’s Guide for Family Preparations to Overcome ANY Terrorist Attack or Natural Disaster”, was a guideline for family preparations. Family preparedness is the first key element in a families’ survival in an emergency situation. Volume I gave you the knowledge of what to prepare with, what to prepare for, & how long to prepare for. The essentials that you stored away are the things that you would need to keep your family or yourself alive and able to function for a small amount of time without the help of the outside world. By small amount of time, I mean a timeframe of up to a month. If you had to completely relocate you would have enough to get by until you could get set up at your new location. If you stuck it out at your home, you would have enough supplies to do you until life could resume at your hometown. In today’s society with as many emergency rescue services and disaster relief services, a month to six weeks is about as long as things could stay completely out of control.
I have heard of places that instruct you to put enough provisions back to keep you alive & well for 1 YEAR. Who in the world has that much storage space for a year’s worth of supplies? NOT I… A person’s food, water, & essential living supplies should be kept in a basement, if you have one, or one of the innermost rooms of your home for several reasons. That will be covered later in this book.
In the first volume, preparations, escape strategies, & prevention techniques were the key points. Types of terrorist attacks and natural disasters were also covered for preparation reasons. Different strategies for building food supplies and all emergency essentials were covered, also.
Volume II covers things that will come in helpful after a natural disaster or terrorist attack. I have used illustrations, diagrams, & drawings to help you learn the things to help keep your family safe in a time of crisis. If the disaster is severe enough to shut every thing down as far as utilities and stores and normal way of life for more than 6 to 8 weeks and your supplies run out, no problem. Volume II covers that for you. Replenishing your supplies is critical for your family and you to stay alive and well. That is the focus of Volume II.