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  • Survival Frog Mar 16, 2020

    Coronavirus Pandemic Checklist

    While the concerns for contracting the virus are high, especially for those over the age of 60, a larger fear for many is being self-quarantined for an extended period of time. The typical quarantine period is 14 days. Two weeks seems like a long time to be stuck in the home, but it could go longer due… Read More

  • Survival Frog Nov 19, 2019

    How to Bring Your Plants Indoors for Winter

    By Clarence Washington Source Winter is the perfect time for hibernating. It’s the season for cozy fires, flannel sheets, space heaters, warm puffy coats, and that all-important electric blanket. You can survive winter’s freeze, but it’s a bit more challenging for outdoor plants if they’re not native to the region. Frost occurs when the thermometer… Read More

  • Survival Frog Oct 18, 2019

    Survival Frog 2019 Gift Guide

    Survival Frog 2019 Gift Guide

    It’s that time of year again! Where we look at the last 12 months and highlight the best survival and outdoor gear available. We pull the data on the top-selling products of the year as well as those with the best 5-star reviews. Being one of the top-selling websites of survival/outdoor gear we’re able to… Read More

  • Survival Frog Sep 20, 2019

    Complete Car Camping Gear Guide

    Complete Car Camping Gear Guide

    If you’ve never been camping, or have limited camping experience then car camping is a great way to get started. The typical definition of car camping is when you camp near your car. Having your car nearby and extra supplies only a short distance makes things a lot easier compared to a long hike into… Read More

  • Survival Frog Apr 4, 2019

    5 Things to Know Before You Start Homesteading

    5 Things to Know Before You Start Homesteading

    By: James Witts Ever wonder why Dorothy kept saying “there’s no place like home?” Seems not even the Emerald City or the land of Oz could compare with her homestead back in Kansas. Dorothy, Auntie Em, and Uncle Henry made living off the land look easy. With more people trying to get back to self-sufficient… Read More

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