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51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBS

March 19, 2017 gman 0

51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBS If you’re relatively new to prepping and starting to gather supplies, you may be feeling somewhat overwhelmed. Don’t worry you are not alone. For the first two years that I was prepping, I felt like I really didn’t know what I was doing either. Other … Continue reading 51 Items Most Preppers Forget to Add to Their BOBS

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Travelled Far: A Collection of Hiking Adventures

March 19, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Price: $6.95Travelled Far: A Collection of Hiking AdventuresAuthor: Mr Keith FoskettLabel: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformManufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformPublisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformStudio:…

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Pennsylvania Discussion, News and Weather • Re: GARDENING AND OTHER THINGS TO LEARN

March 19, 2017 IceFire 0

The Mother Earth News Fairs are great. I went to the very first one they ever had, there at Seven Springs (that was when we lived in PA…it was only about a half hour from where we lived. They are DEFINITELY worth going to…get tickets for the entire weekend, as there is WAY too much to absorb and more classes than you can cover in just one day.

Statistics: Posted by IceFire — Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:58 pm


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Enduring the Crisis

March 19, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Enduring the CrisisAuthor: K.D. KinneyLabel: Amber Dusk PublishingManufacturer: Amber Dusk PublishingPublisher: Amber Dusk PublishingStudio: Amber Dusk PublishingBUY NOW

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

March 19, 2017 Cin 0

Went to the bulk seed store today and got all kinds of seeds! Even found thai basil, bok choi, and some other exotic things! YAY!

I am cautiously optimistic that the blanket and sheet I put over the peach tree saved the blooms from a 3 day freeze. I’m not sure yet. They’re still attached to the tree and we’ve had 2 days of warmth, so…

Statistics: Posted by Cin — Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:23 pm


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Lost on the Appalachian Trail

March 19, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Price: $13.99Lost on the Appalachian TrailAuthor: Kyle S RohrigLabel: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformManufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformPublisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformStudio: CreateSpace Independ…

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General Food Topics • Re: Sour Dough Starter

March 19, 2017 Cin 0

I made a decent sourdough that lasted about 5 years. You have to make sure to keep it warm, even by an open window on a cool night can kill it.

2 cups of water, 2 cups of flour. Left in a warm spot, sponge developed a couple hours later. I’d feed it every 3 days, scoop of flour, about a cup of water. You can add yeast, but if you do, add a spoonful of sugar, helps it grow.

I used it to make pizza dough and bread. Pretty tasty.

When it died, I never re-started it, got sidetracked and stopped making my own dough. I plan to restart it in a few days when it warms up more.

BTW, I put it by a closed window, and it got sunlight every morning for a few hours.

Statistics: Posted by Cin — Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:15 pm


The Backpacker’s Handbook, 4th Edition

March 19, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Price: $12.22The Backpacker’s Handbook, 4th EditionAuthor: Chris TownsendLabel: International Marine/Ragged Mountain PressManufacturer: International Marine/Ragged Mountain PressPublisher: International Marine/Ragged Mountain PressStudio: International…

AWOL on the Appalachian Trail

March 19, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Price: $8.08AWOL on the Appalachian TrailAuthor: David MillerBrand: WING SPAN PRESSLabel: Mariner BooksManufacturer: Mariner BooksPublisher: Mariner BooksStudio: Mariner BooksBUY NOW

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Economic Disasters • Re: Ron Paul says economic collapse will still happen

March 18, 2017 angie_nrs 0
donba wrote:
It’s like I tell the Boss Lady, You can Only do what you can do. The rest is in Gods hands……

This :thumbup:

I have to keep this in mind, or I could go crazy. The rabbit holes are everywhere! Yet, I could die in a car crash tomorrow. Ya gotta have a life today, even if you are planning for the future. Having a healthy balance is the key…..and it’s hard to do. Especially when you hear and see the reasons to prep continually all around you. I try to have fun with the gardening, canning, cutting wood, etc. There’s more than one reason to do these things…..but if you take joy in it as you go along, then you are truly living life. In the end, isn’t that really what it’s all about? Personally, I’m much more concerned about quality of life as opposed to quantity of life. Although, I’m hoping for a healthy combo of the two. :shakeyes:

Statistics: Posted by angie_nrs — Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:56 pm


The Hell Season

March 18, 2017 Prepper Book 0

The Hell SeasonAuthor: Ray WallaceLabel: Severed PressManufacturer: Severed PressPublisher: Severed PressStudio: Severed PressBUY NOW

The Hell Season

March 18, 2017 Prepper Book 0

The Hell SeasonAuthor: Ray WallaceLabel: Severed PressManufacturer: Severed PressPublisher: Severed PressStudio: Severed PressBUY NOW

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General Preparedness Discussion • Why Preppers need a 3D Printer

March 18, 2017 Krakatoa 0

I wrote a short book that shows how a 3D printer may be used to overcome unforseen equipment failure. It’s a book ( verbose ) because I assume you have no experience with 3D printers or 3D design…. and I dive into the details to eliminate the mystery and show you how simple it is to create your own replacement parts with a 3D printer. This is old-school: How To ( inspired by Heath Kits )

The book is available on-line at no charge: http://3d.krakatoaranch.com/index.php/2 … hes-dryer/

My next article ( in-progress but I’m a slow writer ) is about how to use a 3D printer to create fully functional Printed Circuit Boards ( might be handy when the converter blows ).

Statistics: Posted by Krakatoa — Sat Mar 18, 2017 4:54 pm


Zombie Rules

March 18, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Price: $10.86Zombie RulesAuthor: David AchordLabel: Severed PressManufacturer: Severed PressPublisher: Severed PressStudio: Severed PressBUY NOW

Zombie Rules

March 18, 2017 Prepper Book 0

Price: $10.86Zombie RulesAuthor: David AchordLabel: Severed PressManufacturer: Severed PressPublisher: Severed PressStudio: Severed PressBUY NOW

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Pennsylvania Discussion, News and Weather • GARDENING AND OTHER THINGS TO LEARN

March 18, 2017 rickdun 0

I was reading in my mother earth magazine that there will be a practical workshop at Seven Springs, Pa on September 15 -17, 2017.

Topics range from cheesemaking to how to tan a hide and dozens of other topics.

They are also having the same workshops at:

Asheville, N.C., May 6-7, 2017
Burlington, VT., June 10-11, 2017
Albany, Ore., August 5-6, 2017
Topeka, Kan., October 21-22, 2017

You can get more information at http://www.motherearthnewsfair.com

Hope this can help somebody, including me and my wife. We plan on attending the one in PA.

Statistics: Posted by rickdun — Sat Mar 18, 2017 4:50 pm


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Economic Disasters • Re: Ron Paul says economic collapse will still happen

March 18, 2017 financecourses 0
rj5156 wrote:

daaswampman wrote:The Federal Reserve and Government can print as many dollars as they desire to achieve their agendas. If the dollar lost value, it may not matter that you can pay your obligations in dollars! Ask the people of Venezuela, of their experience in holding their assets in their currency! That is the risk Ron Paul and others have been warning about.

Any rational person should already know, that America (and every developed nation) has more debt than they can ever repay! They are left with the choice of continuing the lie or loosing everything right now! Like death, most people would choose to delay it. Swamp

Never Forget – “The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.”.

Yup. It’s kind of like a train wreck. I can’t quite bring myself to look away and I keep hoping it will be ok although it is so obvious that it cannot possibly be ok…

Totally agree, just some BASIC finance courses http://courses.corporatefinanceinstitute.com/collections and knowledge would lead anyone to understand exactly what you’re talking about… if you read the US budget like the income statement and balance sheet for a normal business, you would never invest as that business as it’s clear the debt can never be services.

Statistics: Posted by financecourses — Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:05 pm


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Vacuum Sealing • Re: Oxygen absorbers vs chamber vacuuming.

March 18, 2017 Murby 0
FiatCurrency_1913 wrote:
Dear people,

I’m only a novice when it comes to prepping, but I noticed almost all of you use oxygen absorbers with mylar bags (or mason jars with a vacuum mouth device) to store dry foods. I happend to have a professional chamber vacuum machine and when I vacuum dry foods, like rice, wheat or beans in mylar bags, it becomes hard like a rock and you can reach up to 99.8% vacuum inside the mylar bag. My question is: does this also happen with oxygen absorbers added to a nearly sealed mylar bag? Or is the achieved vacuum much less this way? Thx!

I also use a profession level vacuum.. not a chamber however, but a rotary vane evacuation pump for refrigeration systems.. My vacuum reaches north of 29 inHg which is far far better than any foodsaver can do…

When we vacuum pack Mylar bags, we shove in an O2 absorber, then apply heavy vacuum.. You could clobber someone in the head and kill them with a Mylar bag of rice.. its as hard as a rock.

Be careful with foods that have pointy or sharp edges though.. they can poke holes in the mylar. When we do pasta, we pre-pack the pasta in ziplock freezer bags (but don’t zip lock them).. this protects the Mylar pretty well..

Statistics: Posted by Murby — Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:46 pm