Friday, May 20, 2011

Zombies...just a little bit of awesome.

I'm kind of old-ish so I have seen a lot of Zombie-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it movies.

A lot.

Lately there has been a renewed interest in Zombies in books and movies. 

No, I don't know why.  ;)

If one was interested in living through the Zombie Apocalypse one might need the right information and certainly the right tools.

Earlier this week the CDC put out some great information about being prepared for any situation including the Zombie Apocalypse.


Then I found these AWESOME articles.

Best Car to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse.


The First Zombie-Proof House. 


I'm sure if I did some more research I could find everything you might ever need to survive but these are just a few of the basics!

So, good luck. See you on the other side.

In case you didn't already know, fellow blogger Wendy Tyler Ryan, has published her first book... 

Fire's Daughter. Fire Through Time: Book 1.

Congratulations WENDY!!!

I'm so happy for her and wish her the best of luck! Go check her out!


  1. Andrew had a plan in place last summer. We're going to camp out at the Target/Home Depot/CostCo/Pet Smart/Michaels/Marshalls/Old Navy/Golf store shopping center. They've got to have everything you need there!

    Happy hunting! :-)


  2. This was great-- hooray for the CDC to getting us all prepared!

  3. A zombie apocalypse? Hasn't it already started??

  4. crazy zombie lover!
    have a great wknd!

  5. K. - Tell Andrew that is a good idea except there will be too many entrances/exits to seal up and/or defend. The husband thinks Cabelas might do it. Water, food and ammo.

    KarenG - Someone in the Fed. Govt. still has a sense of humor.

    Liz - You just never know when those meddlesome Zombies might come around again.

    Tara - That's me! Crazy!

    And a great weekend to all of you!


  6. Awesome! I awarded you the versatile blogger award because you are so awesome, so please stop by my blog to get your award. Congratulations!

  7. Congratulations Wendy… and yes, Cabelas would be ideal—plus you would find a group of like-minded individuals there so you wouldn’t be alone in defending the perimeter.

    One piece of advice, learn to shoot a bow, and have one at home… doesn’t need ammo and it doesn’t giveaway your position. It’s the number one survival tool in my book.

  8. Murees - Thank you. That's sweet. Congrats on winning another award!

    Jeff - Bows are handy. Husband says we will just use the suppressors. Thanks for stopping in!



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