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Meetups & Events • Re: TEOTWAWKI in July

October 12, 2017 paylituzu 0

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Meetups & Events • Thrive&Survive Seminar Rogers City, MI

September 19, 2017 bamabell7 0

Hey All
I will be facilitating a 5 week seminar covering Emergency Preparedness basics in Rogers City, Michigan. WEDNESDAY NIGHT EACH WEEK starting Sept 27 thru end of Oct 2017. From 6pm to 8pm. Held at Rogers City Library, 181 E. Erie St. in Constance Jordan Room. FREE meet up, Free will donations accepted. WE will taste test freeze dried foods for snacks. Family Friendly event.
See you there!

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Meetups & Events • This has become the Raptors mantra as they embark on

August 9, 2017 bellis555 0

BALTIMORE — Baltimore manager Buck Showalter is running out of adjectives to describe how much Steve Pearce has meant to the Orioles this season. Nike Air Max 95 Sale Uk . Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night. The Rangers have lost nine consecutive road games — their longest skid since 2005 when Showalter was Texas manager. Baltimore (46-39) completed its first four-game sweep against the Rangers since 2004 and improved to a season-high seven games over .500. The Orioles managed the feat while playing without All-Star third baseman Manny Machado, who is serving a five game suspension for throwing his bat on June 8 against Oakland. “Were relying on some people, and people are stepping up,” Pearce said. “Were pitching, were hitting. Were having timely hitting. Were finding ways to get it done.” Chen (8-3) allowed two runs and six hits with four strikeouts and two walks in six innings. He is 4-0 in four starts against Texas with a 1.67 ERA. Left-hander Zach Britton earned his 12th save and hasnt allowed a run in 21 consecutive relief appearances. Pearce, who was released at the end of April and then re-signed, had eight RBIs in the four-game series. Since the beginning of June, he is 31 for 81 (.383) with nine doubles and 17 RBIs. Nick Hundley had two of Baltimores six doubles and scored twice. Texas right-hander Yu Darvish, who was scheduled to pitch Thursday, was pushed back one day after rain delayed the start of the game. With the threat of more rain after a nearly one-hour delay, Rangers manager Ron Washington decided to use long reliever Scott Baker against Baltimore and save Darvish until Friday night when Texas will take on the Mets in New York. The game, however, didnt have another delay. The Orioles are scheduled to play an afternoon game in Boston on Friday. “Its so hard to win a four-game series, or three out of four, in the major leagues,” Showalter said. “The guys kept a real intensity level through the rain delay, not knowing whether we were going to play or not. So many dynamics of whats going on with the 1:30 game (Friday), and weather issues there, getting in and out tonight.” Baker (0-2) allowed three runs and seven hits with two strikeouts and one intentional walk in 4 2-3 innings. Shin-Soo Choo hit his eighth homer of the season for Texas (37-48), which has lost 13 of 15. “Bake was on alert (Wednesday) when we knew of the weather,” Washington said. “It wasnt all of a sudden that Bake would be the guy. He knew coming into today that it was going to be a possibility so he prepared. He went out there and did a good job for us.” It was the first time in the Orioles last 34 wins that they didnt hit a homer. Baltimore took a 1-0 lead in the third inning when Pearce hit a one-out RBI single to left. Texas responded the next inning when Carlos Penas grounder to second scored Adrian Beltre, who led off with a single. Choo made it 2-1 with a solo shot off Chen in the fifth. “I knew it was going to be delayed from the start so I just went through my routine and waited for the notice that the game was going to start,” Chen said through a translator. “So, it wasnt all that difficult. Six innings is the baseline for a starter, so I feel content but I do hope that next time I can go further, deeper in the game.” Baltimore regained the lead at 3-2 in the bottom half of the inning. After Ryan Flaherty led off with a double, Hundley followed with another double, and scored on Pearces double to centre. “I probably ran out of gas at the end a little bit,” Baker said. “It was pretty muggy out there. It was kind of hard to catch your breath. I would have liked to have made some better pitches, especially that fifth inning. You just cant expect to give a couple of doubles and then them not to score. I would have liked to have had a better showing.” The Orioles added a pair of insurance runs in the seventh on a sacrifice fly by Adam Jones and an RBI single by Chris Davis. NOTES: Baltimore OF Henry Urrutia (sports hernia surgery) will begin a rehab assignment next week. … Baltimore RHP Bud Norris (strained right groin) took fielding drills, and is expected to throw a bullpen session or simulated game on Friday. Norris is eligible to come off the DL on Monday and could start that night against Washington. … The Rangers used a new batting order for the 18th consecutive game. … Pena went 0 for 3 and is mired in a 3 for 33 slump since being promoted from Triple-A Round Rock on June 24. Nike Roshe Run Suede Womens . Globo TV and other news outlets said early Monday that Scolari will not remain as coach after the national teams failure to win the World Cup at home. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Sale . He could have transferred when academic sanctions barred the Huskies from the NCAA tournament his junior season. http://www.buyukshoesoutlet.com/nike-air-max-90/nike-air-max-90-womens/ . This has become the Raptors mantra as they embark on a new era with a new regime and, in the not-so-distant future, a new image.There are plenty of big names on the FL72 Podcast ahead of busy weekend of play-off final action at Wembley. Hull captain Michael Dawson talks about securing a rapid return to the Premier League, while Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan reflects on what it would mean for the Owls to be back in the big time. FL72 Podcast Download the latest edition of the podcast ahead of the play-off finals Barnsley manager Paul Heckingbottom also reflects on his return to Wembley for the second time this seeason and Neil Harris tells us his Millwall players are ready to perform on the biggest stage. Nike Air Max 95 Trainers Sale. Plymouth manager Derek Adams reveals he wants to get the job done after being so close to automatic promotion and Adebayo Akinfenwa talks going Beast Mode at Wembley. FL72 Podcast- Play-off Final Special Plus, Sky Sports Football League analyst David Prutton runs the rule over each final.Listen to all FL72 Podcasts and subscribe via iTunes. Also See: Listen to FL72 Podcast Championship fixtures Table Live on Sky Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘

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August 9, 2017 bellis555 0

BALTIMORE — Baltimore manager Buck Showalter is running out of adjectives to describe how much Steve Pearce has meant to the Orioles this season. Nike Air Max 95 Sale Uk . Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night. The Rangers have lost nine consecutive road games — their longest skid since 2005 when Showalter was Texas manager. Baltimore (46-39) completed its first four-game sweep against the Rangers since 2004 and improved to a season-high seven games over .500. The Orioles managed the feat while playing without All-Star third baseman Manny Machado, who is serving a five game suspension for throwing his bat on June 8 against Oakland. “Were relying on some people, and people are stepping up,” Pearce said. “Were pitching, were hitting. Were having timely hitting. Were finding ways to get it done.” Chen (8-3) allowed two runs and six hits with four strikeouts and two walks in six innings. He is 4-0 in four starts against Texas with a 1.67 ERA. Left-hander Zach Britton earned his 12th save and hasnt allowed a run in 21 consecutive relief appearances. Pearce, who was released at the end of April and then re-signed, had eight RBIs in the four-game series. Since the beginning of June, he is 31 for 81 (.383) with nine doubles and 17 RBIs. Nick Hundley had two of Baltimores six doubles and scored twice. Texas right-hander Yu Darvish, who was scheduled to pitch Thursday, was pushed back one day after rain delayed the start of the game. With the threat of more rain after a nearly one-hour delay, Rangers manager Ron Washington decided to use long reliever Scott Baker against Baltimore and save Darvish until Friday night when Texas will take on the Mets in New York. The game, however, didnt have another delay. The Orioles are scheduled to play an afternoon game in Boston on Friday. “Its so hard to win a four-game series, or three out of four, in the major leagues,” Showalter said. “The guys kept a real intensity level through the rain delay, not knowing whether we were going to play or not. So many dynamics of whats going on with the 1:30 game (Friday), and weather issues there, getting in and out tonight.” Baker (0-2) allowed three runs and seven hits with two strikeouts and one intentional walk in 4 2-3 innings. Shin-Soo Choo hit his eighth homer of the season for Texas (37-48), which has lost 13 of 15. “Bake was on alert (Wednesday) when we knew of the weather,” Washington said. “It wasnt all of a sudden that Bake would be the guy. He knew coming into today that it was going to be a possibility so he prepared. He went out there and did a good job for us.” It was the first time in the Orioles last 34 wins that they didnt hit a homer. Baltimore took a 1-0 lead in the third inning when Pearce hit a one-out RBI single to left. Texas responded the next inning when Carlos Penas grounder to second scored Adrian Beltre, who led off with a single. Choo made it 2-1 with a solo shot off Chen in the fifth. “I knew it was going to be delayed from the start so I just went through my routine and waited for the notice that the game was going to start,” Chen said through a translator. “So, it wasnt all that difficult. Six innings is the baseline for a starter, so I feel content but I do hope that next time I can go further, deeper in the game.” Baltimore regained the lead at 3-2 in the bottom half of the inning. After Ryan Flaherty led off with a double, Hundley followed with another double, and scored on Pearces double to centre. “I probably ran out of gas at the end a little bit,” Baker said. “It was pretty muggy out there. It was kind of hard to catch your breath. I would have liked to have made some better pitches, especially that fifth inning. You just cant expect to give a couple of doubles and then them not to score. I would have liked to have had a better showing.” The Orioles added a pair of insurance runs in the seventh on a sacrifice fly by Adam Jones and an RBI single by Chris Davis. NOTES: Baltimore OF Henry Urrutia (sports hernia surgery) will begin a rehab assignment next week. … Baltimore RHP Bud Norris (strained right groin) took fielding drills, and is expected to throw a bullpen session or simulated game on Friday. Norris is eligible to come off the DL on Monday and could start that night against Washington. … The Rangers used a new batting order for the 18th consecutive game. … Pena went 0 for 3 and is mired in a 3 for 33 slump since being promoted from Triple-A Round Rock on June 24. Nike Roshe Run Suede Womens . Globo TV and other news outlets said early Monday that Scolari will not remain as coach after the national teams failure to win the World Cup at home. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Sale . He could have transferred when academic sanctions barred the Huskies from the NCAA tournament his junior season. http://www.buyukshoesoutlet.com/nike-air-max-90/nike-air-max-90-womens/ . This has become the Raptors mantra as they embark on a new era with a new regime and, in the not-so-distant future, a new image.There are plenty of big names on the FL72 Podcast ahead of busy weekend of play-off final action at Wembley. Hull captain Michael Dawson talks about securing a rapid return to the Premier League, while Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan reflects on what it would mean for the Owls to be back in the big time. FL72 Podcast Download the latest edition of the podcast ahead of the play-off finals Barnsley manager Paul Heckingbottom also reflects on his return to Wembley for the second time this seeason and Neil Harris tells us his Millwall players are ready to perform on the biggest stage. Nike Air Max 95 Trainers Sale. Plymouth manager Derek Adams reveals he wants to get the job done after being so close to automatic promotion and Adebayo Akinfenwa talks going Beast Mode at Wembley. FL72 Podcast- Play-off Final Special Plus, Sky Sports Football League analyst David Prutton runs the rule over each final.Listen to all FL72 Podcasts and subscribe via iTunes. Also See: Listen to FL72 Podcast Championship fixtures Table Live on Sky Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘

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Meetups & Events • This has become the Raptors mantra as they embark on

August 9, 2017 bellis555 0

BALTIMORE — Baltimore manager Buck Showalter is running out of adjectives to describe how much Steve Pearce has meant to the Orioles this season. Nike Air Max 95 Sale Uk . Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night. The Rangers have lost nine consecutive road games — their longest skid since 2005 when Showalter was Texas manager. Baltimore (46-39) completed its first four-game sweep against the Rangers since 2004 and improved to a season-high seven games over .500. The Orioles managed the feat while playing without All-Star third baseman Manny Machado, who is serving a five game suspension for throwing his bat on June 8 against Oakland. “Were relying on some people, and people are stepping up,” Pearce said. “Were pitching, were hitting. Were having timely hitting. Were finding ways to get it done.” Chen (8-3) allowed two runs and six hits with four strikeouts and two walks in six innings. He is 4-0 in four starts against Texas with a 1.67 ERA. Left-hander Zach Britton earned his 12th save and hasnt allowed a run in 21 consecutive relief appearances. Pearce, who was released at the end of April and then re-signed, had eight RBIs in the four-game series. Since the beginning of June, he is 31 for 81 (.383) with nine doubles and 17 RBIs. Nick Hundley had two of Baltimores six doubles and scored twice. Texas right-hander Yu Darvish, who was scheduled to pitch Thursday, was pushed back one day after rain delayed the start of the game. With the threat of more rain after a nearly one-hour delay, Rangers manager Ron Washington decided to use long reliever Scott Baker against Baltimore and save Darvish until Friday night when Texas will take on the Mets in New York. The game, however, didnt have another delay. The Orioles are scheduled to play an afternoon game in Boston on Friday. “Its so hard to win a four-game series, or three out of four, in the major leagues,” Showalter said. “The guys kept a real intensity level through the rain delay, not knowing whether we were going to play or not. So many dynamics of whats going on with the 1:30 game (Friday), and weather issues there, getting in and out tonight.” Baker (0-2) allowed three runs and seven hits with two strikeouts and one intentional walk in 4 2-3 innings. Shin-Soo Choo hit his eighth homer of the season for Texas (37-48), which has lost 13 of 15. “Bake was on alert (Wednesday) when we knew of the weather,” Washington said. “It wasnt all of a sudden that Bake would be the guy. He knew coming into today that it was going to be a possibility so he prepared. He went out there and did a good job for us.” It was the first time in the Orioles last 34 wins that they didnt hit a homer. Baltimore took a 1-0 lead in the third inning when Pearce hit a one-out RBI single to left. Texas responded the next inning when Carlos Penas grounder to second scored Adrian Beltre, who led off with a single. Choo made it 2-1 with a solo shot off Chen in the fifth. “I knew it was going to be delayed from the start so I just went through my routine and waited for the notice that the game was going to start,” Chen said through a translator. “So, it wasnt all that difficult. Six innings is the baseline for a starter, so I feel content but I do hope that next time I can go further, deeper in the game.” Baltimore regained the lead at 3-2 in the bottom half of the inning. After Ryan Flaherty led off with a double, Hundley followed with another double, and scored on Pearces double to centre. “I probably ran out of gas at the end a little bit,” Baker said. “It was pretty muggy out there. It was kind of hard to catch your breath. I would have liked to have made some better pitches, especially that fifth inning. You just cant expect to give a couple of doubles and then them not to score. I would have liked to have had a better showing.” The Orioles added a pair of insurance runs in the seventh on a sacrifice fly by Adam Jones and an RBI single by Chris Davis. NOTES: Baltimore OF Henry Urrutia (sports hernia surgery) will begin a rehab assignment next week. … Baltimore RHP Bud Norris (strained right groin) took fielding drills, and is expected to throw a bullpen session or simulated game on Friday. Norris is eligible to come off the DL on Monday and could start that night against Washington. … The Rangers used a new batting order for the 18th consecutive game. … Pena went 0 for 3 and is mired in a 3 for 33 slump since being promoted from Triple-A Round Rock on June 24. Nike Roshe Run Suede Womens . Globo TV and other news outlets said early Monday that Scolari will not remain as coach after the national teams failure to win the World Cup at home. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Sale . He could have transferred when academic sanctions barred the Huskies from the NCAA tournament his junior season. http://www.buyukshoesoutlet.com/nike-air-max-90/nike-air-max-90-womens/ . This has become the Raptors mantra as they embark on a new era with a new regime and, in the not-so-distant future, a new image.There are plenty of big names on the FL72 Podcast ahead of busy weekend of play-off final action at Wembley. Hull captain Michael Dawson talks about securing a rapid return to the Premier League, while Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan reflects on what it would mean for the Owls to be back in the big time. FL72 Podcast Download the latest edition of the podcast ahead of the play-off finals Barnsley manager Paul Heckingbottom also reflects on his return to Wembley for the second time this seeason and Neil Harris tells us his Millwall players are ready to perform on the biggest stage. Nike Air Max 95 Trainers Sale. Plymouth manager Derek Adams reveals he wants to get the job done after being so close to automatic promotion and Adebayo Akinfenwa talks going Beast Mode at Wembley. FL72 Podcast- Play-off Final Special Plus, Sky Sports Football League analyst David Prutton runs the rule over each final.Listen to all FL72 Podcasts and subscribe via iTunes. Also See: Listen to FL72 Podcast Championship fixtures Table Live on Sky Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘

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Meetups & Events • NOrthwestern PA Prepper and Survival Field Days

July 22, 2017 3ADScout 0

This is being held today and Sunday. There is more info on face book but I don’t FB so can’t link to it or tell you what it is. They are asking $5 for enterance fee.

My take-
For their first event I think they did a really good job. You can tell they put some time into planning- have people dedicated to parking, using comes between the event staff. A+ for organization.

They are running a gun raffle with a 10/22, DPMS AR, a Riot shotgun and The newer Kel-Tec bull pup shotgun. The odds were pretty good compared to gun raffle where thousands of tickets are sold. There are other raffles as well.

So, I spent my time there talking to a lady about essential oils. She is local. Spent a lot of time talking to the guys at the black smithing site- wealth of info and very helpful about building/improvising forge, anvil etc. they had some folks making yarn and using looms which I watched for a while. They had an old steam engine tractor giving hey rides- very cool. Talk about and EMP proof technology!!! I sat in on a building a first aid kit lecture which was okay. Basic but if one one just getting into prepping it would have been really good. Boy Scout there demonstrating cast iron cooking. Got to see some folks I haven’t seen for a few years and even better yet got to meet a few new people. Over all it was worth it to me and I hope they do it again! I believe it was sponsored by the local Oath Keepers but not sure on that.

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Meetups & Events • NOrthwestern PA Prepper and Survival Field Days

July 22, 2017 3ADScout 0

This is being held today and Sunday. There is more info on face book but I don’t FB so can’t link to it or tell you what it is. They are asking $5 for enterance fee.

My take-
For their first event I think they did a really good job. You can tell they put some time into planning- have people dedicated to parking, using comes between the event staff. A+ for organization.

They are running a gun raffle with a 10/22, DPMS AR, a Riot shotgun and The newer Kel-Tec bull pup shotgun. The odds were pretty good compared to gun raffle where thousands of tickets are sold. There are other raffles as well.

So, I spent my time there talking to a lady about essential oils. She is local. Spent a lot of time talking to the guys at the black smithing site- wealth of info and very helpful about building/improvising forge, anvil etc. they had some folks making yarn and using looms which I watched for a while. They had an old steam engine tractor giving hey rides- very cool. Talk about and EMP proof technology!!! I sat in on a building a first aid kit lecture which was okay. Basic but if one one just getting into prepping it would have been really good. Boy Scout there demonstrating cast iron cooking. Got to see some folks I haven’t seen for a few years and even better yet got to meet a few new people. Over all it was worth it to me and I hope they do it again! I believe it was sponsored by the local Oath Keepers but not sure on that.

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Meetups & Events • Arkansas group

June 18, 2017 WiseOwlhome 0

Forming new group in Arkansas. a survival preparedness group looking for skilled willing individuals and families. We are working to purchase a 400 acre property
arkmissionencounter.com for more information

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Meetups & Events • Arkansas group

June 18, 2017 WiseOwlhome 0

Forming new group in Arkansas. a survival preparedness group looking for skilled willing individuals and families. We are working to purchase a 400 acre property
arkmissionencounter.com for more information

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Meetups & Events • Anyone near Mount Pleasant Texas?

March 8, 2017 Gunns 0

I am south of Mount Pleasant Texas and was wondering who might be within driving distance to there. Would like to see if I can get some other people involved near me. I do work with others but they are more than an hour away. I was wondering if we can meet a greet in Mount Pleasant some place. Drop me a note if you are interested.

I have been on here a while so I think you know me well enough to at least have lunch. :shakeyes:

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Meetups & Events • Anyone near Mount Pleasant Texas?

March 8, 2017 Gunns 0

I am south of Mount Pleasant Texas and was wondering who might be within driving distance to there. Would like to see if I can get some other people involved near me. I do work with others but they are more than an hour away. I was wondering if we can meet a greet in Mount Pleasant some place. Drop me a note if you are interested.

I have been on here a while so I think you know me well enough to at least have lunch. :shakeyes:

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Meetups & Events • anyone interested in a east tx. camping trip?

February 22, 2017 jimLE 0

it’s been way to long since i’ve been camping.so i decided to do some,next month at the earliest..and got to wondering if anyone else is interested in going..
i’ve been to Ratcliff Lake in Kennard, Texas..and i’ve been to Mission Tejas State Park in Weches, Texas.to campout i dunno how many times..i prefer ratcliff over tejas.better campground and sites.

here’s a link to ratcliff.. http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/te … cliff-lake

here’s the one for tejas.. http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/te … state-park

but yet.if someone knows a better campground,thats not to far to drive.i’d be glad to hear about it..

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Meetups & Events • Re: Bama threat not to leave white house if Trump is elected

January 30, 2017 Eaglehrt 0

Well, that was very interesting… ya think. We all survived, but will need to plan for this year, and expect what we shouldn’t, but know may come.

Did we all get our prides together, are com’s planed, are our Ants organized, and did we learn that we can not make it on our own. something may happen and we
should be glad it did not rear its roaring head this past 2 months. We need to come together and make our community stronger together,,,,,,,,,,, as our votes counted
in the election. Long road ahead…………..

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Meetups & Events • looking to form a serious group

January 26, 2017 hancockcounty 0

We (family of 4 myself36/wife35/son13/son6) are located in Maine. We live on private 30 acres on a long dead end dirt road. I believe that my property would be very defensible in SHTF with the right people. We are currently doing many advanced preps that i will not go into. We have a field started for garden/pasture approx 4 acres. We have a large barn. Starting to raise meat rabbits and chickens and will get goats in the spring. We are also doing other medium scale things to our property to help with agricultural production and self sufficiency. I think that it is important to be well rounded in my preps by having quality tactical gear, arms, ammo, ect. and important items to be able to charge batteries and other misc things like doing laundry, along with stocking up on other important items like food, canning supplies, tools for cutting fire wood ect. But all in all none of it will amount to anything if I do not have two things in place… one being our ability to grow, raise, and preserve our own food and the other defending what we have at SHTF.

Currently we plan to have one other family join us when everything falls apart. We are in need of someone with real tactical combat experience. I’m not talking about someone who has been through boot camp and never deployed. I am hoping to find an experienced military man that can train with us regularly before shtf and also help plan for strategic defenses of the property. Also a medic would always be needed. Aside from that I honestly think that some other local friends that i know that are prepping would be just fine if we needed more bodies. All in all we are very well rounded. We make our own soap. Can fix vehicles, tinker, do carpentry, farm, ect. I plan to have 4+/- families at our retreat after shtf.

Some basic requirements I would have would be regular biweekly/monthly training meetings, maintaining a years+ supply of food, byo AR-15 with ammo. Always would welcome help ‘on the farm’ if you can make the time. Heck i have 4 acres to plant so you could help and harvest and EAT too. I am not doing this to make a living, just want to learn to walk the walk the hard way before it is a necessity. If qualified and relocating i would be willing to rent our other house out to you. We are not looking for any free loaders before or after shtf. Everyone must carry there own weight after shtf and before… well if we don’t work we don’t eat. I would assume you would have or find a normal job ect.

Both families are genuine bible believing born again christians. Although i myself and very much against the tide of modern day christianity and have only recently tried to start to go to church. I have been a believer for 17 years and have a strong faith in Jesus and a very fluent bible knowledge. Well, I’ve probably said too much about my plans, but i am hopeful that it will help bring forth some people who have some serious skill to join us.

Oh, if you already live in Maine and want to plan to bug out with us that could work too as long as we still would hold regular meeting/training schedule. Hopefully if nothing else this leads to a life long friendship.

Statistics: Posted by hancockcounty — Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:08 pm