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A Prepper's Stockpile: A Simple Guide to Help You Prepare for Disaster

Narrated by: Don Baarns
Length: 1 hr and 1 min
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Are you prepared? For almost anything?

You know you need to be prepared. But maybe you don't know where to start. Maybe you consider yourself an expert prepper already. Maybe you're just a beginner. No matter how long you've been prepping, we all make mistakes. It's natural. It's human. But there are ways you can learn from others and avoid the same mistakes that we all make. And one of the first, and most important, things you can do is start building your prepper's stockpile!

With this audiobook, you'll learn how to start a stockpile, which foods you should be storing, which gear and medical supplies are vital, and which items you would never think about storing - but may be crucial to your survival. By the end, you'll be prepared for almost any event, and you'll know how to survive off of your stockpile for as long as you need to!

If you are interested in learning how to protect your family from any and all of the inevitable disasters that could potentially happen, this book is your first step.

Let's get started!

©2015 Our Pack Press (P)2015 Our Pack Press

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its ok

kind of ok said the same things over and over but i guess thats what makes it stick