The Method of the day for Survivalists:
Howdy… Jason here and if you are living in the wilderness, just for a vacation, or some more serious reason, it’s a very good idea to always prepare your food well away from where you are living.
Because the blood and entrails of fish or small animals you’ve caught will attract predators from miles away.
For the same reason, be very careful about disposing of half-eaten food and dirty dishes after your meal.
And perhaps this is a better idea that ‘heading for the hills’ in times of crisis …
Have you ever wondered if staying in your own home bunker might be better than bugging out in an area where you’d stand out as a stranger and find yourself in competition with hundreds of other survivalists?
That’s what Tom Griffiths, a retired Nuclear Inspector, thinks and what he discovered from his neighbor – a former US Army POW in Vietnam – will amaze you and have you thinking hard about adopting a contrarian survival strategy.
Not only do you get full details of the finely honed survival preparations of Tom and his neighbor, but you also get this amazing report, too.
So click here and prepare to be amazed.
P.S. In my next email I’ll reveal the smart place to sleep in the woods. So be sure to look out for it.
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