Tornado Preparedness: Be Ready

Tornado Preparedness: Know what to do before one occurs Most emergencies are not catastrophic, world-ending scenarios. According to List Dose (http://listdose.com/top-10-common-natural-disasters-that-affect-people/), Wind events (“Wind Storms-26.28%”) are the second most common natural disaster. This category includes hurricanes, and typhoons, which will be future topics. Today we are going to discuss “Tornado Preparedness”, and how to planContinue reading “Tornado Preparedness: Be Ready”

DEALING WITH CHANGE

Dealing with change can be a challenge. Before we discuss how to deal with change we need to define what is change. The Oxford online dictionary defines change as something to “make or become different”. I define change “as an event, or series of events that has the potential to cause one to do somethingContinue reading “DEALING WITH CHANGE”

Fire versus Flood: Know What to Do

Fire vs. Flood: How to be ready So, fire or flood, which of these two are the most dangerous? Which of these two is the hardest to prepare to survive? In my opinion being ready to handle these events, require similar types of planning. In this article, we will discuss the dangers associated with bothContinue reading “Fire versus Flood: Know What to Do”

GL SKYE THE AUTHOR

GL Skye is an American author, born Guy Lee Snodgrass in Frankfort Indiana in 1961. He later moved to Kentucky were he fell in love with the beautiful landscape. His ancestors are Scots-Irish. Perhaps the reason for his ultimate love of the mountains. He joined the Army National Guard at the age of 18. AtContinue reading “GL SKYE THE AUTHOR”

San Andreas Fault Primed to Explode: Fact or Fiction?

Those living in California are hardly unfamiliar with the earth’s shaking. According to the USGS, Southern California has about ten-thousand earthquakes each year. I would venture a guess that most Californians’ hardly pay any attention to any of them. This can often lead to the “Boy who cried wolf” scenario. Where we become so complacent that whenContinue reading “San Andreas Fault Primed to Explode: Fact or Fiction?”