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Most people think that being prepared means having a few days' worth of food and water stored in the event of an emergency. But I believe that the ultimate form of preparedness is living off the grid. When you're off the grid, you're not reliant on anyone else for your food, water or power. You're in complete control of your own destiny. And if the worst happens, you'll be able to weather any storm that comes your way.

So if you're looking for a truly prepared lifestyle, then I suggest you consider going off the grid. It just might be the smartest decision you ever make.

Here's an update from Utah's very own #offgrid community, Riverbed Ranch:


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