Prepper Survival Guide for Women
How to Turn Your Home Into a 5 Star Survival Retreat
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|Format: ||Paperback, 284 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 07 March 2016|
With the increase in tensions around the world and in the US, and with the specter of climate change threatening even more natural disasters, more and more people are beginning to think about getting prepared for the unthinkable. Survivalism has always been mainly the province of men, but in times of disaster, it will still be the women who will do the most work and there have been few books directly addressed to them, the wives and mothers who will be the ones cleaning up most of the mess made by the men - as usual. Carlene A. Walker has set out to fill this void by relating her own experience of building and stocking her own retreat. The Prepper Survival Guide for women is a comprehensive study of what could happen and the best ways to prepare for and deal with the harsh realities. True to her personality, Ms Walker manages to make all these heavy subjects a bit lighter with her natural and effusive sense of humor. Vol. 1 is a series of commentaries on the different things that could happen, from avalanches to earthquakes, and insurrections to world war. Ms Walker considers the best ways to prepare to deal with their aftermath and in Vol. 2, she presents us with a detailed checklist of everything you will need to survive in a topsy-turvy world in which nothing will ever be the same. A sample of the contents for Vol. 1 include such topics as: Take stock of yourself and your skills, Guns and Ammunition, Heating and Air conditioning, Money, Shelter types, Transportation, Trash and Garbage, Pets and Livestock. Children, Long term survival food and Nutrition, Health and Present Day Safety. A total of 75 chapters in all. A sampling of Vol. 2 includes: Bartering items, Security measures, Communication, Fire control, Hunting & Fishing, Fuel needs, Gardening, Paper and Plastic products, Tools for various tasks, Vitamins and minerals. Fifty-six topics in all. Each of these topics is covered in detail and the large 8.5 X 11 format allows you to easily fill in the blanks of items needed to survive. The Prepper Survival Guide for women should be an essential part of any Prepper or Survivalist library.
About the Author
Born in Enid, Oklahoma. Did not finish high school. Entered the workforce in the personnel industry. Moved to Denver, Colorado. Got a divorce. Supported three children without child support. Started a business in the temporary personnel industry. Operated the business for twenty-seven years with some of the greatest employees anyone could ask for. Opened eight more locations in Colorado, Arizona, and Oklahoma. Sold all of the businesses in 1995. Bought a yacht and sailed away for five years. Bought a motor coach and drove to about every state for three years. Bought a home in Mexico and spends the winter there. Became interested in the aspects of survival. Built a survival retreat in the mountains of northern Colorado. Decided that she knew enough words to write a book.
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