Introduction Flashback: ISG had been a public entity for a year or two after Gino and I met, and people started making a request. They’d ask “why not make this into a book?” After all, if there was a real emergency, access to the internet might be down. The idea of having a physical reference…
Training is the mantra. All mouths in our community utter it in ritualistic unison. Whether that be through study, instruction, or drilling — you certainly will not find any among ISG that dissent with the dogma. Each of us who’ve been published here have been, at some point, both teacher and a student alike. Training…
If you’ve ever wanted a simple primer with some phrases in Spanish, we’ve created one for you to both learn from, and use in the field.
Do you think your home security is up to par? Check out our audit, print it off, and see how your security holds up.
If you’ve ever considered backyard chickens, but didn’t know where to start, we have some answers for you. Short version? Chickens are easy, fun, and rewarding.
The sky has a language that tells you its intent if you can read it. In this article, we discuss the meaning behind the clouds, and how to read them.
In an emergency, you may need to quickly gain access to resources without worrying about breaking stuff. Introducing “destructive entry”.
The simple construction and utility of the design makes it an excellent addition to your resilience plan that adds flavor and character to your yard.
The lock tower is an easy way to keep your practice material for lock sport in a convenient, simple, and somewhat realistic location.
Building on Cloud Genera, we discuss some of the folklore behind forecasting weather and signs that signal weather changes. Join us to read the sky.