Something to think about
I've seen posts and comments in online prepper groups where people recommend going camping as a way of learning how to live and survive in a SHTF (S*it Hits The Fan) situation. Naturally, they are referring to a MAJOR SHTF situation, not the somewhat mild one we are currently experiencing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Yes, the pandemic is worldwide and has affected pretty much every human being on this planet. But, it still has not been major as far as SHTF scenarios go.
As preppers, a lot of us have our minds set on making preparations for the worst case scenarios. What would be a worst case scenario to you? Some of the things we prep for include things such as job loss, sudden health issues, vehicle accidents, injuries, etc. While those would be very impacting, they are not what would be considered a major SHTF for die-hard preppers. And yet, those things are what some consider their sole reason for prepping. I'm not saying it's a bad thing. Not at all. It's better to be somewhat prepared than not prepared at all. But, those whose only