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Check In Here Washington Preppers • Longtime Prepper Returning to This Site

April 29, 2017 Prepper425 0

Hello from the 425 area code. I was a member of this site many years ago and fell off the wayside but came back to re-register and participate in the amazing resource. I couldn’t remember my username so I had to start all over. I am looking forward to offering any tidbits of knowledge I might be able to share but am also looking forward to making new friends and maybe get to meet some of you like-minded people someday.

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Check In Here Washington Preppers • Looking for preppers in Sequim/Port Angeles area

April 17, 2017 emerson24 0

Relocating to this area and wondering if there are any people who are knowledgeable of better places to buy land?

I have recently visited and it appears that that Sequim has too many CCR’s to build as you want and to have livestock. Port Angeles seems to be a better area for self-reliance. Is this an accurate assessment?

With regards to a nuclear strike to the naval stations in the Puget sound, halfway between Sequim and PA is about 30 miles from these strike zones, it seems that this would be far enough away, but more importantly, the Western wind would be moving fall out toward the East?

Regarding any earthquakes in this area and ensuing tidal waves, what elevation would be recommended if any?

Initially, I was pondering on waiting to purchase some land because I thought the economy might tank and this would make it easier to
buy land and build a house for cheaper, however, with the looming war, I’m more on the side of getting some land and getting to work asap in preparation for what seems the inevitable WWIII.

Does anyone know anyone reputable to build a cabin and such stuff? I’ll be too busy with the new job, and I don’t have the skills.

Are there any prepper meetings in this area?

Thanks in advance!

Statistics: Posted by emerson24 — Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:54 pm


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Check In Here Washington Preppers • Seeking advice for prepping in Sequim/Port Angeles area

April 17, 2017 emerson24 0

Relocating to this area and wondering if there are any people who are knowledgeable of better places to buy land?

I have recently visited and it appears that that Sequim has too many CCR’s to build as you want and to have livestock. Port Angeles seems to be a better area for self-reliance. Is this an accurate assessment?

With regards to a nuclear strike to the naval stations in the Puget sound, halfway between Sequim and PA is about 30 miles from these strike zones, it seems that this would be far enough away, but more importantly, the Western wind would be moving fall out toward the East?

Regarding any earthquakes in this area and ensuing tidal waves, what elevation would be recommended if any?

Initially, I was pondering on waiting to purchase some land because I thought the economy might tank and this would make it easier to
buy land and build a house for cheaper, however, with the looming war, I’m more on the side of getting some land and getting to work asap in preparation for what seems the inevitable WWIII.

Does anyone know anyone reputable to build a cabin and such stuff? I’ll be too busy with the new job, and I don’t have the skills.

Are there any prepper meetings in this area?

Thanks in advance!

Statistics: Posted by emerson24 — Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:54 pm


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Check In Here Washington Preppers • Re: New communication Network inland northwest NE WA

April 4, 2017 Rickety-Rick 0

Hi RollingwithR,
I’m in Omak WA area, about 108 miles west from Kettle Falls, moved here from Everett 8 months ago to look for Mtn property. I’m a single man, 59 y.o. in fair shape for my age… at least I think so… and as I was looking for property I realized it will be tough to set up a homestead/farm on my own, seems like a lot of loners in the area, s(ome are kind of scary…) now I am looking for like minded folks to join up with. I have been “Awake” for a few years now, started prepping and set my sights on the North West for a lot of reasons, basically it is great for survival unless they nuke the planet into a cinder. Are you looking for a small group of people to establish a small community or just a friend or two to help on your farm ?? Farming, pigs, chickens, self sufficient is the only way to go and I am up for it, I have some items already in storage and collecting more as often as I can… Drop me a line and lets chat… Thanks, Rickety-Rick

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Check In Here Washington Preppers • New communication Network inland northwest NE WA

February 24, 2017 RollingwithR 0

Hello, we’re new to the site, not to prepping. We have a bug in location in the forests of NE WA. We actually bug in for a full year without resupply every other year, just to test ourselfs and our preps. We like to say were particle prepers, preping for a world worth living in. This means you won’t find a nuclear bomb shelter or decon rooms and gas masks among our preps. It’s just me and the wife and really who would want to live in a nuked wasteland or inside a freaking condom for the rest of their life? Maybe if we had kids to worry about having full lifes then maybe, but we dont so…
We have been preping as a bug in location for years now. We have finally been able to call our bug in preps complete, but that doesn’t mean we’re done. No its just time for the next step, turning our bug in property into a small self sustainable farm. That’s actually what got us onto this site, posting looking for a like minded person or persons to help with tending a farm during the even years were forced to abandon our safe little bug in palace and re join the rat race. I figured why not take full advantage of this site and reach out to other preppers within 100 air mi of kettle falls WA, in an effort to set up a communication network with like minded people. This could be email and phone #s but it should also include radio call signs and chanels you monitor just in case the grid dose go down. This network could be uesed just to say hello I’m here or for our own amusement for now, but after a shtf scenario the radio call signs could set us up with a invaluable source of news msg chains and even trade if your with in the 100 air miles.
Just to be clear by we I mean me and my wife so iso single prepper and the like please don’t respond. But we welcome any local true prepper contacts.

Statistics: Posted by RollingwithR — Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:13 am


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Check In Here Washington Preppers • Re: I’m a prepper…you’re a prepper

February 17, 2017 Defcon09 0
Hamradiogirl wrote:
Hello from KF7LXG –
I’m a licensed ham radio operator with a degree in Emergency Mgt. I’ve been a prepper since my Dad (WWII, Korea, Vietnam Vet) taught me about EMP’s many years ago. Just looking for other like-minded singles out there….

Welcome to the club hamradiogirl. Nice to have you.
KC4YIH

Statistics: Posted by Defcon09 — Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:21 am


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Check In Here Washington Preppers • New in Edgewood

February 17, 2017 Hamradiogirl 0

I’m a bored retiree who would love to liquidate my assets and head for the hills but it’s difficult when all my friends are on Facebook which can’t help me grab the other end of a tarp.
But it is nice that I have no partner, pets or kids to concern myself with when “it” hits the fan. Just throw my bug out bag in the back of my low mile 7.3 powerstroke F250 (that I’m considering selling) :tank: and head for the hills….. :shock:

Statistics: Posted by Hamradiogirl — Fri Feb 17, 2017 7:59 am