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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

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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


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Five Survival Lessons We’ve Learned From Natural Calamities!

July 30, 2017 gman 0

Five Survival Lessons We’ve Learned From Natural Calamities Since the dawn of man, there have been countless natural disasters responsible for taking innocent lives and causing quite a bit of both material and emotional damage. Fortunately, since technology is so advanced nowadays, we are much better equipped to deal with this kind of scenario than … Continue reading Five Survival Lessons We’ve Learned From Natural Calamities!

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General Food Topics • Re: Electric vs Gas Operated Stoves and Ovens

July 30, 2017 Cumberland 0

I would keep serval options for cooking. Everyone like this or that. I’m not a fan of electric because of the hassle of grid, however it is very nice to cook on. I bush craft more than anything else so wood is the preferred fuel. I stockpile propane for convenience. I cook with electric at home ( on grid ) and have lost power for days at a time. I guess what I’m getting at is have a back-up for your back-up as far as food prep goes.

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General Food Topics • Re: Electric vs Gas Operated Stoves and Ovens

July 30, 2017 Cumberland 0

I would keep serval options for cooking. Everyone like this or that. I’m not a fan of electric because of the hassle of grid, however it is very nice to cook on. I bush craft more than anything else so wood is the preferred fuel. I stockpile propane for convenience. I cook with electric at home ( on grid ) and have lost power for days at a time. I guess what I’m getting at is have a back-up for your back-up as far as food prep goes.

Statistics: Posted by Cumberland — Sat Jul 29, 2017 8:46 pm


The Armed Forces Officer

July 30, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

The Armed Forces OfficerAuthor: S. L. A. MarshallLabel: Marine Corp Assn BookstoreManufacturer: Marine Corp Assn BookstorePublisher: Marine Corp Assn BookstoreStudio: Marine Corp Assn Bookstore
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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Cumberland 0

I’m using the CRKT hawk with the hammer end ( I’m more of a bush craft ) . I don’t know how I made it before my hawk? Oh yah a big (Censored word. I’m a potty mouth) knife. Anyway, way more functional. the hammer end works well for splitting kindling when hit with a dead-blow hammer.

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Other weapons • Re: SOG Tomahawk

July 30, 2017 Cumberland 0

I’m using the CRKT hawk with the hammer end ( I’m more of a bush craft ) . I don’t know how I made it before my hawk? Oh yah a big (Censored word. I’m a potty mouth) knife. Anyway, way more functional. the hammer end works well for splitting kindling when hit with a dead-blow hammer.

Statistics: Posted by Cumberland — Sat Jul 29, 2017 8:34 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: My Home, My Property

July 30, 2017 stonyman002 0

The sign on my front gate says….

My hogs can consume a thief in 5 days.
they were fed two days ago.
please wait three days to trespass.

FYI.
you don’t have to be dead to feed the hogs.

I have lived there 8 years and never had a problem.

Statistics: Posted by stonyman002 — Sat Jul 29, 2017 8:27 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: My Home, My Property

July 30, 2017 stonyman002 0

The sign on my front gate says….

My hogs can consume a thief in 5 days.
they were fed two days ago.
please wait three days to trespass.

FYI.
you don’t have to be dead to feed the hogs.

I have lived there 8 years and never had a problem.

Statistics: Posted by stonyman002 — Sat Jul 29, 2017 8:27 pm


Calamity in America

July 30, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Calamity in AmericaAuthor: Pete Thorsen
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Zombie Road: Convoy of Carnage

July 30, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Price: $8.50Zombie Road: Convoy of CarnageAuthor: David A. SimpsonLabel: Independently publishedManufacturer: Independently publishedPublisher: Independently publishedStudio: Independently published
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Dead Haven: A Zombie Novel (Jack Zombie Book 1)

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Dead Haven: A Zombie Novel (Jack Zombie Book 1)Author: Flint MaxwellLabel: Dark Void PressManufacturer: Dark Void PressPublisher: Dark Void PressStudio: Dark Void Press
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General Food Topics • Re: Electric vs Gas Operated Stoves and Ovens

July 29, 2017 ForwardPreppers 0

We opted for a 500 gallon propane tank. We, too, have multiple cooking alternatives in a SHTF: camp chef (w/separate propane bottles), sun oven, volcano stoves and a wood fired stove up at our barn’s outdoor kitchen.
In response to folk’s concern for running out of propane or it being hard to get – that’s going to be, or at least could be, an issue for every single type of fuel and any electric power regardless of source. So as my daddy always says, you pays your money and you takes your chances! We put our money into propane for our homestead.
We would go into super conservation mode of course should we find ourselves w/o the ability to get more.

Mrs FP

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General Food Topics • Re: Electric vs Gas Operated Stoves and Ovens

July 29, 2017 ForwardPreppers 0

We opted for a 500 gallon propane tank. We, too, have multiple cooking alternatives in a SHTF: camp chef (w/separate propane bottles), sun oven, volcano stoves and a wood fired stove up at our barn’s outdoor kitchen.
In response to folk’s concern for running out of propane or it being hard to get – that’s going to be, or at least could be, an issue for every single type of fuel and any electric power regardless of source. So as my daddy always says, you pays your money and you takes your chances! We put our money into propane for our homestead.
We would go into super conservation mode of course should we find ourselves w/o the ability to get more.

Mrs FP

Statistics: Posted by ForwardPreppers — Sat Jul 29, 2017 6:50 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: My Home, My Property

July 29, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

We have our property posted, but it is only partially fenced. The dogs do run the fenced areas and there are plenty of signs warning any trespasser. If I am out and about on the property one of the dogs is always with me loose. We have only had 1 major trespasser, who was also armed, that I am aware of. He spent 3mo. in jail :) Haven’t seen him since. Guess he figured out it was best not to mess with us. ;)

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A.N.T.S. • Re: My Home, My Property

July 29, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

We have our property posted, but it is only partially fenced. The dogs do run the fenced areas and there are plenty of signs warning any trespasser. If I am out and about on the property one of the dogs is always with me loose. We have only had 1 major trespasser, who was also armed, that I am aware of. He spent 3mo. in jail :) Haven’t seen him since. Guess he figured out it was best not to mess with us. ;)

Statistics: Posted by Stahlrosen — Sat Jul 29, 2017 6:16 pm


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

July 29, 2017 IceFire 0

Husband and I took the morning to drive down to a town on the border in the next county so that we could adopt a new pup from the animal shelter there. We’ve been looking for a new husky since Sasha passed, and we finally found one. So, went to pick up our girl this morning. Drove through some pretty country (and possible source for grape and hop vines) on the way. Got her back and let her meet the other dogs, the horses, the goats (the goats are NOT thrilled) and the chickens (they do NOT like her) and let her run a bit, which she really enjoyed…she even went “swimming” in the horse trough!

Pulled weeds in another of the beds, loosened the soil, and planted spinach seed. After that, we had to hurry and feed animals, due to the thunderstorm rolling in.

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

July 29, 2017 IceFire 0

Husband and I took the morning to drive down to a town on the border in the next county so that we could adopt a new pup from the animal shelter there. We’ve been looking for a new husky since Sasha passed, and we finally found one. So, went to pick up our girl this morning. Drove through some pretty country (and possible source for grape and hop vines) on the way. Got her back and let her meet the other dogs, the horses, the goats (the goats are NOT thrilled) and the chickens (they do NOT like her) and let her run a bit, which she really enjoyed…she even went “swimming” in the horse trough!

Pulled weeds in another of the beds, loosened the soil, and planted spinach seed. After that, we had to hurry and feed animals, due to the thunderstorm rolling in.

Statistics: Posted by IceFire — Sat Jul 29, 2017 5:58 pm


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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Groups

July 29, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

We would start out with a small group (6 family members and our neighbor, 3 members). My concern with our group is 1. my neighbor does not in any way shape or form handle stress well, not even little things, and 2. she is a soft squishy person and my fear is she is going to let anyone who looks like they need a place to stay, in. While our ‘plan’ is to combine forces with the neighbor, and I think in the long run if it works would be better, we certainly could do okay with just family. I don’t see any real issues with the family dynamics, but I do have serious concerns with people we are not that familiar with (friends of neighbors). None of those extra people could even remotely make it on their own, so then the issue becomes how do you make them pull their weight, and what do you do if they don’t? It would be interesting to see if anyone has already encountered issues and how they handled them.

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Groups

July 29, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

We would start out with a small group (6 family members and our neighbor, 3 members). My concern with our group is 1. my neighbor does not in any way shape or form handle stress well, not even little things, and 2. she is a soft squishy person and my fear is she is going to let anyone who looks like they need a place to stay, in. While our ‘plan’ is to combine forces with the neighbor, and I think in the long run if it works would be better, we certainly could do okay with just family. I don’t see any real issues with the family dynamics, but I do have serious concerns with people we are not that familiar with (friends of neighbors). None of those extra people could even remotely make it on their own, so then the issue becomes how do you make them pull their weight, and what do you do if they don’t? It would be interesting to see if anyone has already encountered issues and how they handled them.

Statistics: Posted by Stahlrosen — Sat Jul 29, 2017 5:49 pm


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General Food Topics • Re: Electric vs Gas Operated Stoves and Ovens

July 29, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

We have elect. and a whole house generator, with a small gas stove backup. We also have a wood stove that I cook on almost exclusively in the winter. Rarely use the elect. stove / oven in the winter, but that is by choice (unless the power goes out!) because I just think things taste better on the wood stove. The wood stove takes some experimenting, but I really like it so much better now.

Statistics: Posted by Stahlrosen — Sat Jul 29, 2017 4:58 pm


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General Food Topics • Re: Electric vs Gas Operated Stoves and Ovens

July 29, 2017 Stahlrosen 0

We have elect. and a whole house generator, with a small gas stove backup. We also have a wood stove that I cook on almost exclusively in the winter. Rarely use the elect. stove / oven in the winter, but that is by choice (unless the power goes out!) because I just think things taste better on the wood stove. The wood stove takes some experimenting, but I really like it so much better now.

Statistics: Posted by Stahlrosen — Sat Jul 29, 2017 4:58 pm


Rural Dollar Collapse

July 29, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Rural Dollar CollapseAuthor: Pete ThorsenLabel: Jack ForesterManufacturer: Jack ForesterPublisher: Jack ForesterStudio: Jack Forester
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Rural Dollar Collapse

July 29, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Rural Dollar CollapseAuthor: Pete ThorsenLabel: Jack ForesterManufacturer: Jack ForesterPublisher: Jack ForesterStudio: Jack Forester
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When The Bottom Fell Out

July 29, 2017 Prepper Bot 0

Price: $6.99When The Bottom Fell OutAuthor: Pete ThorsenLabel: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformManufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformPublisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformStudio: CreateSpace Independent Pub…