Drying currents or other small berries

Drying small fruits seems so simple right.. pick your currents or other small fruit,  clean them up, removing any bits of leaves or stems and put them on the drying trays and go..

And they will take forever.. I mean forever to get them dry..

There is really two ways to deal with it, one is of course to mash them and then dry them in fruit sheets, breaking them up when done and can even grind them into fruit powders to be used in a number of ways.

What to do however if you do want them whole, for baking use, for tea making use.

Here is my preferred method after trying them in a number of different ways over the years on doing large amounts of them.

Pick your Currents, Clean them up.. prepare a pot of boiling water, deep enough that you can ideally put your favorite metal strainer in it and can lift it down into and out of easy an safely.

In a second bowl, put your ice water.. when your water is boiling.. put your currents into the boiling water and start a one to two min count.. you are looking for your currents to split their skins, as soon as you start to see this happening, take them out of the boiling water and right into the cold water with ice.. cool them rapidly, then drain them well..

At that point they are ready to go onto the drying tray’s, this will give you a steady dried product and will make the difference between drying them for 24 to 36 hours vs being done in around 12 to 16 depending on the size of the currents.

You can do two batches in the time of one this way. It truly is a great time saver if you want as whole as possible.

Apps That Can Help Residents Stay Safe During a Natural Disaster – Guest Post By H. Davis

When nature unleashes its fury on your neighborhood, it’s never a bad idea to have some sort of action plan in place. That’s because when it comes to preparing for natural disasters in places like Canada, boarding up windows and making sure you have clean water isn’t what saves your life in the long run — it’s the information you have access to.
That said, as weather patterns become more extreme and unforeseeable due to things like climate change and natural disasters, there becomes a growing need for residents to be aware of possible threats. Although disasters were once viewed as events that only took place in remote locations, the reality is, disasters can be felt from anywhere.

Fortunately, due to the advent of social media and internet-connected wearable devices like Fitbits and smartwatches, keeping people up to date and connected is now easier than ever before. This means that during an emergency, both the internet and social media can become some of the most vital tools for residents in affected communities to rely on since they provide survivors with constant updates.
But how can technological devices like smartphones help during an emergency? Here are three ways apps and technological devices can help residents during a natural disaster:
First Aid Apps:
Have you ever found yourself in a scary situation, wishing you had some sort of first-aid guide to reference to make sure you’re doing things right? Truthfully, many people would lose their train of thought if they experienced someone getting injured and would possibly second-guess any first-aid training they had in the past. Luckily, if you have first-aid instructions stored on your phone or mobile device, then you’d be better equipped to help someone during a time of need.
Nowadays, not too many people travel without their phones, and since phones are able to hold so much data – particularly on SD cards – installing first-aid apps like the ones designed by American Red Cross is a no-brainer. So, it only makes sense to install these apps for life-saving tips and first-aid instructions, right? In an emergency situation like landslides, for example, apps like the one created by the American Red Cross can be used as a quick response tool. With that in mind, the app will guide you through a step-by-step process of how to do things like aids wounds, and help you diagnose symptoms residents might face. The best part: The app is also pre-loaded with all the information needed for you to review without relying on internet access for assistance, which can come in handy if you’re out in the wilderness. The app also doesn’t contain ads which could prevent you from seeing instructions in a time of need. What more could you want?
The Power of Social Media:
It’s no secret that we live in a world filled with unpredictable moments, especially in North America. From landslides in Canada to flooding in parts of the U.S., the devastation is never far away as natural disasters hit every part of the world. When Mother Nature isn’t behind the wheel, it’s terrorist attacks like mass shootings, bombings, and global attacks that rip apart cities and neighborhoods. In the midst of all this chaos comes social media, an unsung hero.
What role does social media play?
Well, social media apps like Facebook, for example, can be used to let others know that you’re safe if you live in an area that has been affected by a natural disaster. The app will also alert friends through various notifications. If you’re concerned about Wi-Fi, don’t be; many shelters stations throughout North America offer Wi-Fi so staying in touch with loved ones through social media is possible.
The Facebook safety check feature is also another way individuals can stay in contact with loved ones after an emergency. When this feature is activated by Facebook, safety check sends an alert to users asking if they are safe. If the user replies, then the answer is immediately posted to their timeline. If the user doesn’t respond, however, then Facebook continues to send an alert to the users until they do respond.
The point is, responding to everyone’s phone calls and messages can be a really daunting task, especially if you’re trying to stay up to date on things. With the help of social media apps like Facebook, for instance, users can post statues to let everyone know they’re safe without being overwhelmed with calls and messages. This is what makes social media such an important tool during an emergency.
Using Community Apps:
Although apps for homeless people might sound weird, they’re important. That’s because, as one of the most vulnerable population on the streets, a community’s homeless population simply cannot be overlooked, no matter what. Thankfully, there are apps that can help.
The OutCalling app, for example, is an app that lists all nearby services that homeless people can benefit from. Services like addiction recovery, shelters, food, and more are all listed just by entering your zip-code; and since the app is associated with a Christianity group, it also lists local ministry’s services as well. Unfortunately, since the app is underused in North America – and reviews in the app store confirm it – overloaded city services along with local police departments are forced to deal with this problem alone. If residents download the app, however, they’ll be able to help this vulnerable population survive by knowing ahead of time.
So, be sure to download an app now; you never know when you’ll come across someone who might need it, which can help you save someone’s life in the end.
Thanks for the read! Did I miss anything important? What are some other apps residents can use to stay safe during an emergency? Feel free to leave a comment below.
H. Davis enjoys exploring the outdoors and watching sports. If you can’t find him online, you might be able to catch him cheering on the Dodgers. Follow him on Twitter @Davis241. Thanks!

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Salt Cured Egg Yolks

                                                                 Farmgal’s Salt Cured Egg Yolk

Salt Cured Egg Yolks

By Farmgal of Livingmydreamlifeonthefarm

A good way to preserve egg yolks for later use in the winter when eggs are hard to come by. However the other reason to make Salt Cured Egg yolk is that its a pretty good replacement for old aged cheese on a number of dishes in regards to taste and texture.

One cup of canning salt, one cup of sugar with the ratio of 50/50 for whatever amount you need for the amount of egg yolks you are doing, I did chicken because that is what is laying right now on the farm but we are going to do this again with duck an goose later this year as well. place a  bottom layer with the yolks on top, Then cover still you can not see any yolk. Once fully covered till you can see nothing and into my cold room, others use the fridge. at the 24 hour mark, I moved a touch more of the cure from the side over the egg on the top as it had melted a touch

After a week in the cure, I took these stunning beauties out of the cure, they say gently brush off what you can or you can give a tiny rinse, your choice, I rinsed with cool water as short as possible. now you can wrap them in cheese cloth and hang to slow dry for two or three weeks and once fully dry they will last up to a year in proper storage.

I wanted to get them done and this post up, so I did the fast way, into my dehydrator at the jerky setting for 4 hours and then sit overnight and this is the lovely result, the next day.

Grated into rich, golden bits of salty, sweet eggy goodness, even my hubby agreed, like a aged cheese in texture. These can be used in a number of ways.  You are limited only by your own way of thinking of them.


Top Ten Reason’s to Grow Radish in your gardens.

Top Ten Reason’s to Grow radish in your gardens
By Farmgal

Today we are going to talk about radish.. O yes, it seems so lowly.. but its not.  Its a plant that just keeps on giving.  As this post is coming out mid summer, it seemed only right that I would pick a plant that could still be planted at least twice more in most of Canada’s zones and still provide you with end crops from food to pods to seed.

1) One of the earliest things to be planted in the gardens, right along side the first spring peas but will be certain to get a harvest sooner.. Planted though out the whole growing season, they will do well, can be used as a marker system for slow to sprout seeds, by the time the slower are up an needing the space, the radish are out.

2) Do not forget that there are short growing radishes (what we are use to in the store but that there are many long season radish that are more like a carrot or turnip in shape and that there is even winter keeping radish.. yes you read that right.. big, long slow growing keep radish’s that can be held over in the root cellar for winter use

3) Greens, o boy the greens.. yummy tender greens for salads, bigger and spicy greens for mixing in anything you want, veggies, meat with greens, soups, or stews.. Or how about a yummy radish green mayo for a burger or Radish Green Pesto for a pasta dish.. So Good!

4) The seeds, If you have never collected seeds or if you are still paying though the nose for winter Sprouting seeds, you need to give Radish a try.. they grow out a nice clear pod that is easy to find, filled with lots and lots of tiny black seeds, those seeds will give you fab sprouts or micro greens at a tiny fraction of the price at the store sprouting prices.

5) the pods, fresh baby pods can be added to stirfries, or pickled, Pickled Radish pods are delightful indeed. I must do a post on just that with a recipe or two on how to use them..

6) Trap crops.. Radish even if you are buying the seed are cheap to buy, active and easy to grow and they make excellent trap crops in the garden..
O yes, please think of your cabbage, carrots and other things that the bugs tend to love and throw some radish around them as a trap crop. Those radish that were trap cropped, where also allowed to go to flower and then seed.. acting as a triple threat and reward, only in one place did I pull the plants, burn them, they were covered in eggs and replant it right back out in radish..

7) Green cover crops, Radish is a excellent green cover crop, basic wide scatter on a cleaned bed now in april, let it grow about two or three inches high keeping the weeds down, chop and turn under and replant the bed in a warm weather crop.

8) Do not limit yourself to eating radish fresh, it is excellent roasted, its lovely in soups and stews and it cans up into a delightful crisp winter treat as a side dish..

9) Fodder, Radish greens and are excellent for pretty much any critter you want to feed them to.. be it your chickens, rabbits, pigs or sheep, even my horses get in on the action, its adorable watching them eating up that radish greens and then the look as they get to the radish itself, but they never turn it down.. even the super hot ones are eaten with gusto

10) They are FAST, I mean really, what other plant do you know that can go from seed to table in 30 days and in ideal conditions.. 28 days.. Rock on Radish.. Rock on!

Now, What do you say. I say, run to the store and pick up five or six more packages of basic radish for green crops, for seed use or for trapping rows in your garden, but also hit the Asian area of the seeds and be brave, pick up a winter radish as well! Give it a try, they can very different flavours, some are more mild, some are so funky in color.. how about a lovely green and white radish, or a white skin with a pink middle or a lovely purple radish in color or pure white..

Preparedness and survivalism in a Canada – Guest Post by SafeGuard Armour

Surviving is all about preparation. And adequate preparation covers self-defense, resource management, first aid, and a number of other skill sets. Keeping yourself safe is of the utmost importance when the situation changes and this starts with easily accessible products, such as body armor.
Bullet and stab proof vests are easily accessible to nearly everyone, and are the best way to protect yourself against a wide variety of threats. In high risk situations, where risks cannot be completely avoided, it is important to find a way to help mitigate the impact of all sorts of injuries.
Canada is known for its harsh and long winters, so survivalists should factor in the unique climate when selecting their safety gear.
One of the best features of a Kevlar vest is its heat retention properties. Due to its heat buildup capabilities, a vest is a welcome replacement for a jacket or sweater in colder weather. Because the material allows air circulation, it provides plenty of space to be worn in combination with a cotton T-Shirt to greatly improve comfort. In the extreme arctic terrain this can make a big difference and extend the period of staying outdoors without shelter if the wearer is properly prepared. This makes the Kevlar body armor a valuable survival tool in sub-zero temperatures as it helps regulate body temperature and retain warmth.
This is by far the best feature of Kevlar body armor in terms of its suitability for weather conditions in Canada as its heat-retention capabilities are potentially a lifesaving feature. Most Canadian survivalists are well aware of its excellent qualities in prolonged exposure to outdoor factors, particularly in the harsh climate of Northern and Midwest territories.
When preppers prepare for the worst, it is worth considering a tactical vest. These vests are worn over clothing and are usually more durable than covert ones. They are extremely protective, offering upgrades to protect the upper arms, throat, neck, and groin. However, they are also heavier and bulkier than any others, which means they slow down movement and should only be worn in the most dire of circumstances.
As a general rule tactical armor makes survivalists feel like they are more capable of handling a situation, although it can make them overconfident in their abilities. The bottom line is that all guns are deadly and as a prepper you can, at best, minimize your chances of getting seriously hurt or injured, which can be the difference between getting yourself killed. However, equipping yourself with tactical body armor is a process and should not be taken lightly based on word-of-mouth advice or trends. Sit down, do some research and make an informed decision based on your risk expectancy, physical attributes and skills.
There are a number of things to consider before choosing your body armor; how and where do you expect to be wearing it? What level of protection do you need? It is important to understand the different options available; otherwise you may end up with a vest that does not protect you properly. A vest should fit properly to provide protection. Otherwise, it loses its effect. Furthermore, bullet resistant vests do not protect against knives or needles – weapons that are commonly used in survival-type situations, so it’s important to seek out a stab or spike proof vest that uses additional materials like chainmail and plastic.

Source: CPN Blog

Tornado Season is Here!

Many preppers often fall victim to preparing for the most unlikely SHTF events.  While being ready for everything that is possible is a good idea, sometimes we can forget about the dangerous situations that happen on an unfortunately regular basis. 

Mother nature is perhaps the biggest culprit for disasters in Canada.  Within the past month, Canadians have been witness to heat waves, tropical storms, and tornados.  Weather can kill.  In Quebec, as many as 70 deaths can be atributed to the recent heat wave.  In Montreal, heat related deaths were so relevant that the citys morgue had to partner with a funeral home to store bodies as they became overcrowded.  Newfoundland is now preparing for its second tropical storm hit this month and recently, Saskatchewan exNewfoundland is now preparing for its second tropical storm hit this month.erienced 9 tornados in a 2 day span.

Tornados have hit Canada coast to coast from BC to NB and although the peak season is June and July, tornados have been know to form from January to November, with higher frequency from April to October.  This map from accuweather.com shows the range and frequency in detail.

The assumption that tornados in Canada are usually EF0 or EF1 in intensity has some basis in fact, however an EF5 hit Elie, Manitoba just 11 years ago, proving that anything is possible!

The best way to be informed of a possible tornado is to have a weatherradio set equiped with  SAME technology. SAME (specific area message encoding) will alert users within counties that they program in.  Over 90% of Canadians live within range of a weatherradio transmitter and the service is active 24/7.

Spotting the warning signs of a possible tornado is not difficult when you know what to look for:

  • high frequency of in cloud lightning
  • dark, greenish sky
  • calm after a thunderstorm
  • rotation within cloud formations
  • large “bump” at the rear base of a dark storm cloud
  • funnel shaped formation in the cloud
  • continuous rumble
  • falling debris

Tornado watches and warnings are often confused.  A tornado watch means that weather conditions are favorable for the formation of a tornado.  You should be alert to weather conditions and warning signs mentioned above and monitor NOAA weather stations if possible…be on the lookout and be ready!
A tornado warning is MUCH more serious.  A warning means that a tornado has begun to take shape.  Storm spotters may have reported seeing a tornado or weather conditions have deteriorated to the point that a tornado is imminent…take cover immediately!

The following is from getprepared.gc.ca:

During a tornado

If you are in a house

  • Go to the basement or take shelter in a small interior ground floor room such as a bathroom, closet or hallway.
  • If you have no basement, protect yourself by taking shelter under a heavy table or desk.
  • In all cases, stay away from windows, outside walls and doors.

If you live on a farm

  • Livestock hear and sense impending tornadoes. If your family or home is at risk, the livestock will be a non-issue. If your personal safety is not an issue, you may only have time to open routes of escape for your livestock. Open the gate, if you must, and then exit the area in a tangent direction away from the expected path of the twister.

If you are in an office or apartment building

  • Take shelter in an inner hallway or room, ideally in the basement or on the ground floor.
  • Do not use the elevator.
  • Stay away from windows.

If you are in a gymnasium, church or auditorium

  • Large buildings with wide-span roofs may collapse if a tornado hits.
  • If possible, find shelter in another building.
  • If you are in one of these buildings and cannot leave, take cover under a sturdy structure such as a table or desk.

Avoid cars and mobile homes

  • More than half of all deaths from tornadoes happen in mobile homes.
  • Find shelter elsewhere, preferably in a building with a strong foundation.
  • If no shelter is available, lie down in a ditch away from the car or mobile home. Beware of flooding from downpours and be prepared to move.

If you are driving

  • If you spot a tornado in the distance go to the nearest solid shelter.
  • If the tornado is close, get out of your car and take cover in a low-lying area, such as a ditch.

In all cases

  • Get as close to the ground as possible, protect your head and watch for flying debris.
  • Do not chase tornadoes – they are unpredictable and can change course abruptly.
  • A tornado is deceptive. It may appear to be standing still but is, in fact, moving toward you.

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Movie Monday – Witness Joplin Tornado Full Documentary

With tornado season well underway and touchdowns already reported in the prairy provinces, I felt that this presentation of North Americas most devastating tornado appropriate.

 These films are presented as an exception to the copyright act as fair dealing for the purpose of research, private study, education, parody or satire. See bill c-42 article 29.
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7 Must-Have Items When Going Hunting In Canada – Guest Post by Hektor E.J

There is always some kind of anxiety and excitement when it comes to hunting in countries like Canada. Many people, especially those from the United States, love going to Canada for hunting. Depending on where you are planning to hunt, it is fairly simple to cross Canadas borders by car or flight, without experiencing a lot of custom problems. Due to the lack of knowledge and also some kind of excitement, people often miss out on some important things they need to carry to make their hunt a successful one. This article will help all those hunters include 7 must have things before starting their hunting expedition.

  1. Hunting Knife
A good quality hunting knife is an essential tool for any hunter. Hunting knives come in various sizes and styles. Many hunters often pick a fixed blade hunting knife when planning to go deep into the woods. The benefit of using such kind of knives is that it possesses great cutting power and proves to be very helpful when you need to defend yourself. Out of all the knives, Swiss Army Knives are one of the most reputed ones and are hence, highly recommended.
  1. Binoculars
A pair of good quality binoculars is something which one cannot afford to miss. Binoculars help hunters locate their prey from a far-off distance and also help in keeping track of animals that could be dangerous. The best binocularsconsist of fog resistant lenses along with glare. This helps hunters stay fixed at their prey while stalking them. Some hunting binoculars allow hunters to click pictures as well.
  1. Hunting Blinds
The camouflaging hunting stations act as a great camouflage tent that lets hunters shoot while staying inside it. One should always ensure to choose a blind that will be extremely quiet and stealthy. These blinds are meant to be moved easily from one place to another in order to position it downwind from the prey. When combined with a good camera, a large amount of coverage lets hunters track the prey’s movements.
  1. Tree Stand and Safety Harness
A tree stand has its architecture in such a way that it can be installed at an elevated position on a tree. Tree stands are a great way to land on unsuspecting prey. As helpful as they seem to be, they can also be dangerous if not combined with a safety harness. A safety harness ensures that one does not fall from these dangerous heights. It takes less than 20 minutes for a single person to set up a tree stand with a safety harness.
  1. Game Camera
Game cameras help in monitoring the hunting grounds, even when one is not present at the current hunting location. This camera can be used to track deer trails in order to spy on the prey. With the help of game camera, one can even determine the approximate size of an animal that has been wandering in the hunting site. With the help of Bluetooth, smartphones can also act as a remote to control these devices. Some cameras have infrared light vision so that hunters can view the 24-hour surveillance footage.
  1. Hunting Clothing
The clothes that the hunter wears plays an important role in the hunting strategy. Clothing should be chosen according to the hunting location, so that the hunter can be fully camouflaged. Clothing for different seasons is different. Gloves, boots and hats are a must in case of winter hunting and in hazardous terrains.
  1. GPS and Maps
Without a map and a GPS, any hunter can be easily lost. A good GPS will let you mark your trails, along with providing information regarding the time at which you were present at a specific site. Some GPS’ have geocaching feature that could act as a life savior for the survivalists. Also, one should not be fully dependent on the GPS and also carry a map as a backup, along with cross-checking material.


Hunting is a great way of bringing recreation to our busy lives. People planning to go on a hunting expedition should take time and choose the right, good quality hunting gear in order to stay safe. Also, extensive research should be done regarding the area where people plan on hunting. Even though hunting is an ancient skill, there are many innovative and amazing ideas being implemented in this sport every day.

Source: CPN Blog

Tropical Storm Chris

8:01 AM ADT Sunday 08 July 2018
Tropical cyclone information statement for:
New Brunswick:
  • Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island:
  • Kings County P.E.I.
  • Queens County P.E.I.
For Tropical Storm Chris.

Tropical Storm Chris has formed off the Carolina coast this morning. Over the next few days this storm is expected to remain somewhat stationary and become better organized. By Tuesday it is forecast to move in a northeastward direction gaining strength as it does so. By late Tuesday or early Wednesday this storm could attain hurricane status. At this time it appears this storm could approach Nova Scotia by Thursday, likely weakening slightly as it does so.
It has to be noted that there is a good deal of uncertainty at this time in the forecast track and intensity of this system. The Canadian Hurricane Center has been closely monitoring this developing storm for a few days and will continue to do so. If the current forecast track remains as is, it is likely that regularly issued bulletins will begin on this system early Tuesday morning.

Please continue to monitor alerts issued by the Canadian Hurricane Centre and forecasts issued by Environment Canada.

Visit the Canadian Hurricane Centre to learn more about hurricanes.

Source: CPN Blog

How to Prepare for Emergencies in Canada: A Helpful Guide – Guest Post By Mitchell Wood

Whenever people travel to Canada, the first thing they comment on is the frigid weather before anything else (yes, even before elk and deer hunting!). They ask me, “How do you survive the cold?” while I, in turn, wonder how they live in the extremely hot climates!
Well, during winter in Canada isn’t equal across the entire nation. There are specific areas that have much more extreme conditions compared to others. With that being said, there are unfortunately more risks of disasters. Across Canada, there are a ton of safety hazards like floods, earthquakes, blizzards, or even tornadoes! In addition to that, there are also other risks like accidents or power outages because of it.
That’s why it’s crucial to know how you can survive these harsh weather conditions and the consequences that come with it. If you’re wondering how, then read on as we talk preparing for emergencies across Canada.
The Ultimate Guide to Emergency Preparation
While we can never be entirely prepared for what may come, it’s best to at least plan ahead and pack what’s needed to stay as safe as possible. Here are the four major points to start your plans off with:
1. Acquaint Yourselves With the Risks
Before you learn about preparing for the worst, you have to know the risks associated with where you are from. Like mentioned, winter and harsh weather conditions in Canada aren’t always the same across regions.
For example, in northern regions, you have the extreme cold weathers with more risks of natural disasters. In regions such as Muskoka and Bruce, it isn’t as intense.
There are more risks of earthquakes in British Columbia, tornadoes in Ontario, and blizzards in Nunavut. Many provinces are susceptible to flash floods.
Some of these national disasters might be relevant in your area. You will be able to acquaint yourself with what you need to prepare for through websites such as GetPrepared.ca, where you can identify the most likely disasters.
2. Create a Plan
Once you have now identified with what you need to prepare for, it’s time to create an emergency plan. This will help you and your loved ones know what to do in case of anything unexpected that arises.
In case an emergency happens, you might not be together with your whole family. It’s best to plan on where and how you will meet, as well as how to contact each other and what to do during various situations.
Practice any evacuation plans made, draw emergency exits at home, and identify safe and evacuation areas all of you can visit.
Update your emergency plans yearly and make sure that you practice evacuating your home, as well as changing batteries of your smoke alarm, restocking kits, or replacing food and water in your emergency kits.
3. Prepare an Emergency Kit
During emergencies, you won’t be able to pop by the stores and get what’s needed. Furthermore, you might experience power and water outages for a few days to weeks, depending on the intensity of the disaster.
The kit should be easy to carry with everyone knowing where it is. Keep it in a suitcase with wheels or in a backpack, stored in an accessible area. Here’s a checklist on what to pack:
• At least two liters of water
• Food that doesn’t spoil
• Manual can opener
• Flashlight, candles, matches, and lighters
• Radio
• Basic first aid kit and any special medicine needed
• Extra keys to house and car
• Cash in small bills and coins
• Copy of contact information and emergency plan, as well as copies of documents and identification
• Garbage bags
• Basic tools
• Extra clothes and footwear (cold weather bootsand thick jackets are recommended for the freezing weather)
4. Learn Who to Contact
Once you already prepared everything, from a plan to emergency kits for the family, it’s best to acquaint yourself with who to contact. There are many resources and emergency contacts across Canada, all depending on the region you’re from. Do your research and collect contact information for hospitals, local government offices, and schools with evacuation centers.
Besides learning who to contact, make sure that you mentally prepare yourselves for what may happen. Learn all about the risks and impact of such disasters, showing your whole family what may happen rather than to hope for the best. It isn’t just about being physically prepared but emotionally as well, as this can be traumatic.
Wrapping It Up

Canada is a beautiful and quaint place to live in. However, with its frigid weather and risk of natural disasters, it may leave you fearful for your family. Through becoming emotionally and physically prepared for the worst, you will stay safe and lessen the risk of injury.
Use these tips as a starting point to plan with your loved ones. Don’t postpone and begin preparing for emergencies today.
If you have any questions or would like to share your tips and experiences on survival and preparation, then comment below. Your input will be much appreciated.
Author Bio:
Hello and welcome to my blog. I am Mitchell, founder of Musket Hunting. Here at Musket Hunting, I provide guides on how to hunt effectively, answer reader’s questions, and review on the latest hunting gears. Hunting will give you the experience that nothing else in this world can provide with.

Source: CPN Blog