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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 31, 2017 IceFire 0

After we got back from Church this afternoon, we worked on the fencing for daughter’s expanded “dog yard”. She had pounded in the t-posts yesterday morning, while DH and I went to get our new pup. Of course, when we were ready to start bringing over the wire (no-climb horse fence, left over from when we were first putting up the corral; so, when we took it down, we just rolled it up and saved it for later projects. Some had gone for the back part of the garden, but this was our “leftover” fencing.) the thunderstorm started rolling in. So, we put it up this afternoon. She still needs to make her gates and then link the remainder of the wire to the other side of her gates, (in the meantime, we took two of the dog kennel panels at each end, and used them to “bridge the gap” between the fencing and where the gates will be. After her gates and remaining wire are up, the kennel panels will be moved and used for an additional “chicken run”.

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Tennessee Discussion, News and Weather • Re: Update BNC Kit

July 30, 2017 Defcon09 0
Cumberland wrote:
Has anyone updated their BNC kit lately? Could be a good time to do it. The U.S. will probably absorb the first strike to get rid of some of us. :cursing:

Probably a good time to update. I purchased 3 new filters in 2000 and the date expired 2010. They have been sealed in a nitrogen fill metalized pouch. Probably okay except for bio hazard.

Statistics: Posted by Defcon09 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 6:09 pm


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: The truth about Rice and Beans

July 30, 2017 ForwardPreppers 0

I agree that it’s what you’re used too. In our Deep South neck of the woods, it’s red beans and rice on Monday since that was typically “wash day”. So, across the Gulf Coast you will see Monday’s lunch special will be Red beans & rice.
Now in GA, we see a lot of field peas or purple hull peas which I’m not used to. So I would say, different regions have different “bean” preferences.

Mrs FP

Statistics: Posted by ForwardPreppers — Sun Jul 30, 2017 4:08 pm


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: The truth about Rice and Beans

July 30, 2017 ForwardPreppers 0

I agree that it’s what you’re used too. In our Deep South neck of the woods, it’s red beans and rice on Monday since that was typically “wash day”. So, across the Gulf Coast you will see Monday’s lunch special will be Red beans & rice.
Now in GA, we see a lot of field peas or purple hull peas which I’m not used to. So I would say, different regions have different “bean” preferences.

Mrs FP

Statistics: Posted by ForwardPreppers — Sun Jul 30, 2017 4:08 pm


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The Water Witch (Squonk Tales) (Volume 1)

July 30, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Price: $12.75The Water Witch (Squonk Tales) (Volume 1)Author: Ron FosterLabel: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformManufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformPublisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformStudio: CreateSpace…

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: The truth about Rice and Beans

July 30, 2017 MsMossRose 0

I was born and raised in the deep south. I don’t think a week went by without eating it at least twice or more in some fashion. LOL we had white beans and rice with fried catfish and cooked greens every Friday. I don’t remember anyone having a constipation issue though… usually the opposite… Perhaps our systems are just used to it?

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: The truth about Rice and Beans

July 30, 2017 MsMossRose 0

I was born and raised in the deep south. I don’t think a week went by without eating it at least twice or more in some fashion. LOL we had white beans and rice with fried catfish and cooked greens every Friday. I don’t remember anyone having a constipation issue though… usually the opposite… Perhaps our systems are just used to it?

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 MsMossRose 0

We will be moving to TN in the Fall and then will be looking to find our BOL, so we have a lot to get done before then. Early in the month, I started going through one of the storage units deciding on what to keep, sell, give away, or throw away. Almost done with it since most of it we did not keep and the other unit is already organized and ready to load up. I think this is the hardest thing for my family to do. We may not have used something for years but someone keeps trying to find a reason to keep it. We had to institute the “if it hasn’t been useful in the last year and not a part of long term storage it goes” rule.

Continued taking weekly shooting lessons. For every box of ammo I buy for practice, I buy a second for storage. Landed a really good one day deal on BOGO 9mm Luger, so we pick up a few extra boxes. I was able to get some over time at work and added another month of personal item storage for the family and pets ( Toothpaste, brushes, razors, soap, shampoo, conditioner, pads, Flea shampoo, ear mite drops, wipes, deodorant, gold-bond powder,) Also picked up some basic items to add to the medical box. OH, and I just received Mylar bags so I can finally put up the beans and rice storage in buckets. We have never used the bags so we get to do something new next weekend. We also picked up a few meat bundles and canning supplies to try our hand at canning some various meats next weekend too.

I didn’t feel we had been too productive this last month until I seen it written down… Everything is adding up!

Statistics: Posted by MsMossRose — Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:17 pm


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 MsMossRose 0

We will be moving to TN in the Fall and then will be looking to find our BOL, so we have a lot to get done before then. Early in the month, I started going through one of the storage units deciding on what to keep, sell, give away, or throw away. Almost done with it since most of it we did not keep and the other unit is already organized and ready to load up. I think this is the hardest thing for my family to do. We may not have used something for years but someone keeps trying to find a reason to keep it. We had to institute the “if it hasn’t been useful in the last year and not a part of long term storage it goes” rule.

Continued taking weekly shooting lessons. For every box of ammo I buy for practice, I buy a second for storage. Landed a really good one day deal on BOGO 9mm Luger, so we pick up a few extra boxes. I was able to get some over time at work and added another month of personal item storage for the family and pets ( Toothpaste, brushes, razors, soap, shampoo, conditioner, pads, Flea shampoo, ear mite drops, wipes, deodorant, gold-bond powder,) Also picked up some basic items to add to the medical box. OH, and I just received Mylar bags so I can finally put up the beans and rice storage in buckets. We have never used the bags so we get to do something new next weekend. We also picked up a few meat bundles and canning supplies to try our hand at canning some various meats next weekend too.

I didn’t feel we had been too productive this last month until I seen it written down… Everything is adding up!

Statistics: Posted by MsMossRose — Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:17 pm


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Preppers Road March (Prepper Trilogy. Book 1)

July 30, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Preppers Road March (Prepper Trilogy. Book 1)Author: Ron FosterLabel: ElementalManufacturer: ElementalPublisher: ElementalStudio: Elemental
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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Mountain 0
bacpacker1513 wrote:
Good review. I’ve looked at these, but since I have a Cold Steel hawk with the hammer poll I’ll probably stick with it. Works well for everything I have used it on so far. But then again a body does need a back up. I’m more of a bushcraft kinda guy as well.

Yeah thanks, and i agree with you. Your Hawk seems to work for you, and that’s great.
I’m not brand loyal, although I do have several folders,and fixed blade SOG’s. Lots of other brands as well. I really wanted to find out for myself if a Survival Tomahawk would be of use to me; 1st for using around my property, secondly to actually see if this type of Hawk would be a good addition to my BOV,BOB, and my SXS. If it turns out that I find its a good tool to have, I may invest in a custom Hawk.
I think I may have a Hawk problem like I do for Knifes. :thumbup:

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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Mountain 0
bacpacker1513 wrote:
Good review. I’ve looked at these, but since I have a Cold Steel hawk with the hammer poll I’ll probably stick with it. Works well for everything I have used it on so far. But then again a body does need a back up. I’m more of a bushcraft kinda guy as well.

Yeah thanks, and i agree with you. Your Hawk seems to work for you, and that’s great.
I’m not brand loyal, although I do have several folders,and fixed blade SOG’s. Lots of other brands as well. I really wanted to find out for myself if a Survival Tomahawk would be of use to me; 1st for using around my property, secondly to actually see if this type of Hawk would be a good addition to my BOV,BOB, and my SXS. If it turns out that I find its a good tool to have, I may invest in a custom Hawk.
I think I may have a Hawk problem like I do for Knifes. :thumbup:

Statistics: Posted by Mountain — Sun Jul 30, 2017 12:24 pm


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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Mountain 0
bacpacker1513 wrote:
Good review. I’ve looked at these, but since I have a Cold Steel hawk with the hammer poll I’ll probably stick with it. Works well for everything I have used it on so far. But then again a body does need a back up. I’m more of a bushcraft kinda guy as well.

Yeah thanks, and i agree with you. Your Hawk seems to work for you, and that’s great.
I’m not brand loyal, although I do have several folders,and fixed blade SOG’s. Lots of other brands as well. I really wanted to find out for myself if a Survival Tomahawk would be of use to me; 1st for using around my property, secondly to actually see if this type of Hawk would be a good addition to my BOV,BOB, and my SXS. If it turns out that I find its a good tool to have, I may invest in a custom Hawk.
I think I may have a Hawk problem like I do for Knifes. :thumbup:

Statistics: Posted by Mountain — Sun Jul 30, 2017 12:24 pm


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 jimLE 0

we’ve had a lil extra money each month,since my mom went into the hospital,3 months ago..so im still buying toilet paper.in which we’re finally getting stocked up on extras of it.we’re now good on store bought ,canned foods for now..so,i’ll be stocking up on meats,drink mixes,canning supplies,as well as other items i consider to be needed.on my next shopping trip

Statistics: Posted by jimLE — Sun Jul 30, 2017 11:09 am


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 jimLE 0

we’ve had a lil extra money each month,since my mom went into the hospital,3 months ago..so im still buying toilet paper.in which we’re finally getting stocked up on extras of it.we’re now good on store bought ,canned foods for now..so,i’ll be stocking up on meats,drink mixes,canning supplies,as well as other items i consider to be needed.on my next shopping trip

Statistics: Posted by jimLE — Sun Jul 30, 2017 11:09 am


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 jimLE 0

we’ve had a lil extra money each month,since my mom went into the hospital,3 months ago..so im still buying toilet paper.in which we’re finally getting stocked up on extras of it.we’re now good on store bought ,canned foods for now..so,i’ll be stocking up on meats,drink mixes,canning supplies,as well as other items i consider to be needed.on my next shopping trip

Statistics: Posted by jimLE — Sun Jul 30, 2017 11:09 am


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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 bacpacker1513 0

Good review. I’ve looked at these, but since I have a Cold Steel hawk with the hammer poll I’ll probably stick with it. Works well for everything I have used it on so far. But then again a body does need a back up. I’m more of a bushcraft kinda guy as well.

Statistics: Posted by bacpacker1513 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:42 am


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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 bacpacker1513 0

Good review. I’ve looked at these, but since I have a Cold Steel hawk with the hammer poll I’ll probably stick with it. Works well for everything I have used it on so far. But then again a body does need a back up. I’m more of a bushcraft kinda guy as well.

Statistics: Posted by bacpacker1513 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:42 am


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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 bacpacker1513 0

Good review. I’ve looked at these, but since I have a Cold Steel hawk with the hammer poll I’ll probably stick with it. Works well for everything I have used it on so far. But then again a body does need a back up. I’m more of a bushcraft kinda guy as well.

Statistics: Posted by bacpacker1513 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:42 am


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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Mountain 0

I”m still evaluating this Hawk. As for chopping small branches out of your way; its better than a large fixed blade, better than a full size Hatchet, but not as good as a Gurka, or a Machete. The reason I say its better than a Hatchet is purely its size and weight.
To split larger wood pieces, I would just drive the Hawks blade deep, and then take a good strong branch and pound on the full tang spine. Since the blade is thin, it just goes right through it . its not easy, but it works.
It does have a hammer face (2), but if your working in close it would no doubt be more difficult than a Hawk with a dedicated hammer end. its also not balanced for this kind of work which makes it uncomfortable to use has a hammer. pounding in some stakes on the ground will work good. So far my fixed blades are lonely, when i go in the Bush.

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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Mountain 0

I”m still evaluating this Hawk. As for chopping small branches out of your way; its better than a large fixed blade, better than a full size Hatchet, but not as good as a Gurka, or a Machete. The reason I say its better than a Hatchet is purely its size and weight.
To split larger wood pieces, I would just drive the Hawks blade deep, and then take a good strong branch and pound on the full tang spine. Since the blade is thin, it just goes right through it . its not easy, but it works.
It does have a hammer face (2), but if your working in close it would no doubt be more difficult than a Hawk with a dedicated hammer end. its also not balanced for this kind of work which makes it uncomfortable to use has a hammer. pounding in some stakes on the ground will work good. So far my fixed blades are lonely, when i go in the Bush.

Statistics: Posted by Mountain — Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:31 am


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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Mountain 0

I”m still evaluating this Hawk. As for chopping small branches out of your way; its better than a large fixed blade, better than a full size Hatchet, but not as good as a Gurka, or a Machete. The reason I say its better than a Hatchet is purely its size and weight.
To split larger wood pieces, I would just drive the Hawks blade deep, and then take a good strong branch and pound on the full tang spine. Since the blade is thin, it just goes right through it . its not easy, but it works.
It does have a hammer face (2), but if your working in close it would no doubt be more difficult than a Hawk with a dedicated hammer end. its also not balanced for this kind of work which makes it uncomfortable to use has a hammer. pounding in some stakes on the ground will work good. So far my fixed blades are lonely, when i go in the Bush.

Statistics: Posted by Mountain — Sun Jul 30, 2017 10:31 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

July 30, 2017 Matte 0

Years ago anyway, many accountants and financial planners recommended holding 5% of your net worth in PMs. I moved about 10% of mine into PMs 16 years back, and in hindsight it was a good financial decision – or has been so far anyway.

The US Dollar being the world’s reserve currency today creates demand for them which artificially increases their value. When the USD loses it’s reserve currency status those dollars will come flooding back to our country as other countries sell our dollar to buy whatever the new reserve currency is. An overabundance (supply) of US Dollars combined with less demand for them means their value will fall, that’s economics 101. From a historical perspective, the USD likely won’t remain as the reserve currency too much longer.

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Whether or not there’s a change in reserve currencies in your lifetime is anyone’s guess, but if it does happen you’ll be thankful that you bought PMs.

Gold is the standard that fiat money is compared against, I think a lot of people don’t grasp that fact. The value of gold doesn’t change, it’s the value of paper / fiat money that does. If the Fed/Treasury doubled the dollar supply tonight, gold would instantly jump to twice the current price. That doesn’t mean gold is worth more, it just means each dollar is worth less. Gold (and silver) has had roughly the same purchasing power in terms of the goods/services it will buy as it has always had for thousands of years. Sure it varies some, but over the long term it averages out. Just using very recent modern times as an example, a loaf of bread in the early 1960’s was about .22 cents, or about 2 silver dimes. Those same two 90% silver dimes today have a value of about $2.40, which is still about a loaf of bread in today’s money.

As for moving PMs, a standard 20 coin tube of 1 oz Gold Eagles weighs about 1.4 pounds and will buy a little over $25,000 USDs today.

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Not too bad in terms of weight and size, and a lot easier to carry than $25,000 worth of rice or ammo anyway. If that coin roll melts and rehardens into a golden blob in a house fire (unlikely), it’s still worth $25k in USD, minus a small assaying cost.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

July 30, 2017 Matte 0

Years ago anyway, many accountants and financial planners recommended holding 5% of your net worth in PMs. I moved about 10% of mine into PMs 16 years back, and in hindsight it was a good financial decision – or has been so far anyway.

The US Dollar being the world’s reserve currency today creates demand for them which artificially increases their value. When the USD loses it’s reserve currency status those dollars will come flooding back to our country as other countries sell our dollar to buy whatever the new reserve currency is. An overabundance (supply) of US Dollars combined with less demand for them means their value will fall, that’s economics 101. From a historical perspective, the USD likely won’t remain as the reserve currency too much longer.

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Whether or not there’s a change in reserve currencies in your lifetime is anyone’s guess, but if it does happen you’ll be thankful that you bought PMs.

Gold is the standard that fiat money is compared against, I think a lot of people don’t grasp that fact. The value of gold doesn’t change, it’s the value of paper / fiat money that does. If the Fed/Treasury doubled the dollar supply tonight, gold would instantly jump to twice the current price. That doesn’t mean gold is worth more, it just means each dollar is worth less. Gold (and silver) has had roughly the same purchasing power in terms of the goods/services it will buy as it has always had for thousands of years. Sure it varies some, but over the long term it averages out. Just using very recent modern times as an example, a loaf of bread in the early 1960’s was about .22 cents, or about 2 silver dimes. Those same two 90% silver dimes today have a value of about $2.40, which is still about a loaf of bread in today’s money.

As for moving PMs, a standard 20 coin tube of 1 oz Gold Eagles weighs about 1.4 pounds and will buy a little over $25,000 USDs today.

Image

Not too bad in terms of weight and size, and a lot easier to carry than $25,000 worth of rice or ammo anyway. If that coin roll melts and rehardens into a golden blob in a house fire (unlikely), it’s still worth $25k in USD, minus a small assaying cost.

Statistics: Posted by Matte — Sun Jul 30, 2017 9:17 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

July 30, 2017 Matte 0

Years ago anyway, many accountants and financial planners recommended holding 5% of your net worth in PMs. I moved about 10% of mine into PMs 16 years back, and in hindsight it was a good financial decision – or has been so far anyway.

The US Dollar being the world’s reserve currency today creates demand for them which artificially increases their value. When the USD loses it’s reserve currency status those dollars will come flooding back to our country as other countries sell our dollar to buy whatever the new reserve currency is. An overabundance (supply) of US Dollars combined with less demand for them means their value will fall, that’s economics 101. From a historical perspective, the USD likely won’t remain as the reserve currency too much longer.

Image

Whether or not there’s a change in reserve currencies in your lifetime is anyone’s guess, but if it does happen you’ll be thankful that you bought PMs.

Gold is the standard that fiat money is compared against, I think a lot of people don’t grasp that fact. The value of gold doesn’t change, it’s the value of paper / fiat money that does. If the Fed/Treasury doubled the dollar supply tonight, gold would instantly jump to twice the current price. That doesn’t mean gold is worth more, it just means each dollar is worth less. Gold (and silver) has had roughly the same purchasing power in terms of the goods/services it will buy as it has always had for thousands of years. Sure it varies some, but over the long term it averages out. Just using very recent modern times as an example, a loaf of bread in the early 1960’s was about .22 cents, or about 2 silver dimes. Those same two 90% silver dimes today have a value of about $2.40, which is still about a loaf of bread in today’s money.

As for moving PMs, a standard 20 coin tube of 1 oz Gold Eagles weighs about 1.4 pounds and will buy a little over $25,000 USDs today.

Image

Not too bad in terms of weight and size, and a lot easier to carry than $25,000 worth of rice or ammo anyway. If that coin roll melts and rehardens into a golden blob in a house fire (unlikely), it’s still worth $25k in USD, minus a small assaying cost.

Statistics: Posted by Matte — Sun Jul 30, 2017 9:17 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

July 30, 2017 Matte 0

Years ago anyway, many accountants and financial planners recommended holding 5% of your net worth in PMs. I moved about 10% of mine into PMs 16 years back, and in hindsight it was a good financial decision – or has been so far anyway.

The US Dollar being the world’s reserve currency today creates demand for them which artificially increases their value. When the USD loses it’s reserve currency status those dollars will come flooding back to our country as other countries sell our dollar to buy whatever the new reserve currency is. An overabundance (supply) of US Dollars combined with less demand for them means their value will fall, that’s economics 101. From a historical perspective, the USD likely won’t remain as the reserve currency too much longer.

Image

Whether or not there’s a change in reserve currencies in your lifetime is anyone’s guess, but if it does happen you’ll be thankful that you bought PMs.

Gold is the standard that fiat money is compared against, I think a lot of people don’t grasp that fact. The value of gold doesn’t change, it’s the value of paper / fiat money that does. If the Fed/Treasury doubled the dollar supply tonight, gold would instantly jump to twice the current price. That doesn’t mean gold is worth more, it just means each dollar is worth less. Gold (and silver) has had roughly the same purchasing power in terms of the goods/services it will buy as it has always had for thousands of years. Sure it varies some, but over the long term it averages out. Just using very recent modern times as an example, a loaf of bread in the early 1960’s was about .22 cents, or about 2 silver dimes. Those same two 90% silver dimes today have a value of about $2.40, which is still about a loaf of bread in today’s money.

As for moving PMs, a standard 20 coin tube of 1 oz Gold Eagles weighs about 1.4 pounds and will buy a little over $25,000 USDs today.

Image

Not too bad in terms of weight and size, and a lot easier to carry than $25,000 worth of rice or ammo anyway. If that coin roll melts and rehardens into a golden blob in a house fire (unlikely), it’s still worth $25k in USD, minus a small assaying cost.

Statistics: Posted by Matte — Sun Jul 30, 2017 9:17 am


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Fixing the chicken house can’t seem to keep the little birds out of it and I don’t want them to make my girls sick… I think I am going to plant lima beans today I don’t know if they will make it to shell out or not but its worth a try. I picked up my rice and oats yesterday at a whopping .25 cents a pound.. I love Amish bulk stores

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Fixing the chicken house can’t seem to keep the little birds out of it and I don’t want them to make my girls sick… I think I am going to plant lima beans today I don’t know if they will make it to shell out or not but its worth a try. I picked up my rice and oats yesterday at a whopping .25 cents a pound.. I love Amish bulk stores

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 8:49 am


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Fixing the chicken house can’t seem to keep the little birds out of it and I don’t want them to make my girls sick… I think I am going to plant lima beans today I don’t know if they will make it to shell out or not but its worth a try. I picked up my rice and oats yesterday at a whopping .25 cents a pound.. I love Amish bulk stores

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 8:49 am


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Fixing the chicken house can’t seem to keep the little birds out of it and I don’t want them to make my girls sick… I think I am going to plant lima beans today I don’t know if they will make it to shell out or not but its worth a try. I picked up my rice and oats yesterday at a whopping .25 cents a pound.. I love Amish bulk stores

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sun Jul 30, 2017 8:49 am


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: JULY 2017 – What Did You Do To Prep This Week/Month?

July 30, 2017 Genevieve 0

Fella we sold the pool to is coming this afternoon to take it down ( yay). Next will be hubby building the double walled rootcellar. He said it should be like a refrigerator. We’ll see

Heading to sam’s club in the next state over tomorrow ( we don’t have one here in the area). Will be adding more sugar, cleaning supplies,bags of baking soda ( use it for all kinds of things here), spices,and some health and beauty items

Statistics: Posted by Genevieve — Sun Jul 30, 2017 8:05 am