Subscriber Thank You Prepper’s Water Survival Guide

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Note:  Due to customs requirements, all winners must have a US mailing address.


Want to learn more about this week’s prize?  The Prepper’s Water Survival Guide: Harvest, Treat, and Store Your Most Vital Resource was written by my friend Daisy Luther.  You may recognize her name because I have spoken about her frequently her on the website.

Her book is a fantastic resource on all things water.  When it comes to water, as far as I am concerned, you can never know enough, plus, with so much that may be going on during a disruptive event, you may not REMEMBER it all!

Here is a description of the book:

You can survive up to three weeks without food, but only three days without water! When catastrophe strikes, having enough water can spell the difference between life and death. The Prepper’s Water Survival Guide offers a step-by-step plan with straightforward information you can easily follow. Thanks to this book’s laser-focus on water, you’ll quickly learn how to:

•Store fresh water
•Collect rainwater
•Purify water from lakes & rivers
•Dig a well for groundwater

In addition to harvesting water, you’ll gain the tools to keep large stores untainted for long periods of time, test the water you collect for dangerous toxins, and treat water-related illnesses that are commonly contracted during a disaster.

Even if you already own this book, be sure to enter to win a print copy for free!

Thank you again for being a loyal subscriber and fan of Backdoor Survival!



Subscriber Thank You Prepper’s Water Survival Guide — 51 Comments

    • You enter using the Rafflecopter at the top of the page. Click on “Free Entry for Backdoor Survival Subscribers”. You will be asked to enter your email address so that you can be contacted if selected (at random) as the winner.

    • You are welcome. I have more coming up each week during the month of September, including more solar items which I know that everyone wants. Like I said, the Prepper Giveaway Queen LOL.

  1. About a year ago I emailed you an idea regarding storing city water by directing water through 55 gal barrels each time anyone turns on a faucet inside the house. I have two barrels Connected in series with my city water supply which furnishes a supply of fresh water. A simple inexpensive way to always have 110 gals stored without having to worry about keeping it fresh.

  2. All your giveaways are great. You have so much information that I copy them into word documents so I have them to read several times.

  3. Water. It’s what I worry about most. Survival with little to none would be painful. I’m always buying an extra multi-bottle case to put in the closet, then rotate them out after a few months. Thanks for this opportunity.

  4. I would love to have it in my kit. I love that deal and giveaways but the information provide is always the best. Thanks for all you do for us.

  5. Water access is my primary concern. I live in a small city outside DC and digging a well is not an option. Thank you for providing such great resources for us.

  6. I’m not so fond of the word “prepper” you are survivalist preparing for the future preparing for future events that may or may not come

  7. The cost of containers to hold water is bad enough but then to have to pay for the water if you are not one your own well is prohibitive. I can buy 443 cases of water for $1,325 which would give me 2,339 gallons of water. I figure a minimum of 6 gallons a day for 4 people. It’s the plastic bottles that I find so repulsive. I’m told as long as the cases are stored in cool dry place they should be safe and that even if they taste like plastic if I empty them, pour it back and forth a whole bunch that it would oxygenate it and improve the flavor. Guess I could always use the squirt bottles to change the taste and all of the larger containers are plastic too. After that it’ll be off to the river and using my water purifier.

  8. Gaye, I have a question on another note. Just spent over an hour going through the Archives because I am looking for the book (essential oil bible) that you like so much but I can’t find it cause I think I’ve gone blind. Would you post the name of it please? I think it would help me pull it all together a lot faster than the rate I’m going.

    • I don’t. It is my opinion that water does not go bad unless it become contaminated. I do, however, verify that the seal or the bottle itself has not been compromised in any way.

      You know me when it comes to “best by” and “expiration dates”. Bogus and mostly a CYA from the companies involved.

  9. Thank you for this giveaway. This is the first one I have entered. I live in hurricane territory and need to store supplies and water – enough for three days or more.

  10. Thank you for the chance to win this important piece of information. We can never have enough water. Thanks too for your website and all the information you give.I have learned so much valuable information and look forward to getting more!

    • As much as I love my international followers, it is very difficult and costly to ship across the borders of the US. A few winners without US mailing addresses have been assessed customs duty which is totally outside my control. So sorry.

  11. Thank you Gaye for these opportunities to win items to help us all prepare. Also a Thank You to all subscribers that are sharing experiences and tidbits of info. We are in this together!

  12. I’d love to use a print version of your book on Water—think its so important to be prepared. I don’t know how to harvest water from the air–desperately need your book!

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