Ready For The Big One?

Utah is NOT ready for the “Big One.” I went to a preparedness expo a few weeks ago and I had the chance to talk with a guy from Utah Disaster Relief. He told me about all of the little clean up jobs he and the company take care of on a daily basis. Most of these are...

How to Start a Fire With a Fire Piston

Ever since I started gathering my food storage and preparedness gear I have always had one question on my mind. If we ever had an earthquake that took out our power and or gas, how would I be able to cook my food? Fire is the obvious answer, but you can only store so...

How Do You Make Char Cloth?

Some times when attempting to start a fire it can be difficult to find an item that will ignite easily and burn long enough to get the rest of the tinder in flames.  One item that I have found that works better than all the rest is something called char cloth. So what...
Earthquake Prep – The Great ShakeOut

Earthquake Prep – The Great ShakeOut

Those of you who follow my social Social Media accounts will know that we at Just In Case Prep are participating in Utah’s Great Shakeout this morning. The Great ShakeOut is a state/country wide earthquake drill that will take place this morning. The purpose of this...

Learn How To Start A Fire With Ice

Learning to starting a fire with ice might only be valuable to those in the colder climates but I still think it a good tool to have under your belt. Let’s be honest, when people get stranded, they don’t usually choose the location and circumstances. I think it is...

Learn How To Start A Fire With Water

Fire is one of the best discoveries in the history of man kind. In a survival situation, knowing how to start a fire could be the difference between life and death. Some of the many benefits that come from fire are cooking, sanitizing and melting. It is easy to start...