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Episode 27 S1-27

Post Disaster Items to Trade


Special Guest:

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Dale and Lisa Goodwin

The Day After Disaster tale continues as the victorious crew gets ready to head back to Lotus Camp. They have a lot of people with them and they are hoping that the amount of supplies they are bringing to contribute persuade the Lotus Camp to take in all of these people. Today, Dale and Lisa Goodwin, hosts of The Survivalist join Sara to discuss items you may want to have to trade in a post disaster situation and the importance of having these items.

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Items You May Want To Have To Trade

  • Medical Supplies

  • Your skills

  • Junk silver

  • Lighters

  • Booze

  • Tools

  • Multi-tools

How Important Are These Trade-able Items?

  • Don't be bogged down by "stuff" have skills instead.

  • Importance depends on the situation.

  • If you have to bug out you will have to leave all this stuff behind and it may be stolen either way.

  • Always make sure you have secured your primary survival items before you purchase anything for trade.

Skills You May Want to Have

  • Medical skills

  • Cobbler - shoe making skills

  • mechanics skills

  • carpentry skills

  • gardening skills

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Dale and Lisa Goodwin

"In early 2013 Lisa and I decided to create and become a bigger part of the preparedness community, we are not the overboard tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorists, we are just like you, everyday Americans that enjoy the freedoms that this country offers.


Lisa is more of the prepper and I am more of the survivalist or outdoor type and we write articles ranging from first aid, to food storage to primitive and wilderness skills…basically anything that involves preparedness and survival." -Dale Goodwin

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