Today’s Flash Back Friday takes us back to episode 9, from October 5, 2009.
Everyone had to do the same standard fire and earthquake drills in school, but were we ever really prepared for what to do if a disaster hits your community and you’re suddenly in charge of your family’s survival?
Jason Hartman talks with Cody Lundin, best-selling author of 2 survival and preparedness books: 98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive, and When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need to Survive When Disaster Strikes.
Cody’s survival expertise comes especially from the two years he spent living in a brush shelter in the woods. For those 2 years he slept on pine needles, and cooked over an open fire. His book, When All Hell Breaks Loose, aims to teach every family how to prepare mentally and physically for when a disaster hits at home, in the office, in your car, or wherever you happen to be at the time. Most importantly, these techniques need to be mastered BEFORE disaster happens.