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Some folks might call what Donald is trying to create with his little rural house an effort to become more self-sufficient. Donald can agree with that line of thinking, but the way he sees it, it is going to be his own personal uphill battle and race against time to create a safe haven 'bugout' location before a NASA predicted solar storm hits.
His friends and family think his extra workload is a waste of time and energy. His neighbors think he is a bit quirky and somewhat an eccentric. He is not. He is just another personally driven good ol' boy prepper on a mission. He is about to perform a labor of love and preparedness that he hopes might just save him and the little dead end road community he just moved into. He is believing in and heeding NASA`s warnings, as well as his own premonitions of impending societal breakdown.
Like all of Ron's books,an adventure story is woven in with prepper tricks and some new survival supplies that possibly most folks haven't thought about yet. This book focuses on building a bug out location from scratch, with permaculture and disaster psychology applied to an unfolding catastrophe. Basicaly how will people act as an apocalyptic event unfolds.
This book is dedicated to the new Real Day Prepper show and Mr. Foster has actually accomplished much of what is written in this book as real life experiences while developing a self reliant lifestyle.
There are millions of 'preppers' that are working feverishly every day to get prepared for what they fear is a disaster about to happen in America. The motivation for prepping is different for each person. Donald has been getting his farmstead ready by making it more self-reliant in case of a solar storm occurrence, that the experts say had a 12% chance of taking the electrical grid out.
They should have said a 100% because it has happened and Donald was nowhere near done preparing for it when it occurred. Now the burden is on his shoulders to figure out how to pull the community together for mutual survival, while trying to hold onto to his own small store of preps. The Sun has exploded a coronal mass ejection and sun spot activity sent electromagnetic waves toward Earth that disabled all power and communications. His pursuing self-reliance to optimize return on resources might of just have backfired on him and made him a target. He is about to get overwhelmed with people who had not prepared and are asking or demanding to share in the food that he has put away for his family.
Prepper community core values include: 1. Being responsible for our own destiny as individuals, 2. Assisting one another to advance our well being. 3.Prepper wisdom dictates that you are your own best bet. If you begin to live your life with that premise, then it will be hard to become a victim. That does not mean that you will not encounter barriers to your achievements or get victimized. This is the hard part to prepare for.
The preppers prevail in book three of the Solitary Man Series. This is a short novelette. A solar storm has taken out the nation's electrical grid, but Donald was ready for it and has prepped the finest solution available in the form of his very own solar generator. The survivors have to 'bug out' of the farmstead as wildfires, looters and bad water threaten their existence. They are going to try to make it through the roads of a desperate world to a youth summer camp recreational area in order to carry on their lives. They will be the ones that thrive.
Modern civilization travels with them because they have the means to run electric tools and a lap top computer, which was protected by a faraday cage. The encyclopedias full of knowledge about how to live off the land, treat illness and kick start an industrial society remains at their fingertips -if they can hold on to it and protect it.
This book combines the three post-apocalyptic adventure books of the Solitary Man Series. Look around...millions of preppers are working feverishly every day to get prepared for what they fear is a disaster about to happen in America. The motivation for preparing differs for each person. Donald is getting his farmstead prepared in case of a predicted solar storm takes out the electrical grid. Some folks might call what Donald is trying to create a 'bug out' location. Other People consider his little rural house as an effort to become more self-sufficient like a homesteader. Donald can agree with both lines of thinking, but the way he sees it, it is going to be his own safe haven and refuge from the N.A.S.A. predicted solar storm.
The Author takes his apocalyptic adventure story and weaves in prepper preparedness tricks and even introduces some new survival supplies that possibly most folks haven't thought about yet. This book focuses on building a 'bug out' location from scratch, with permaculture and disaster psychology applied to an unfolding catastrophe.
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