Category Archives: prepping

Occupy/Civil Unrest

Something itching in the back of my brain is making me nervous. I don’t think my tin foil hat is on too tight, but you never know. Dissent like this, I feel, is just the beginning. I foresee this country … Continue reading

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Water storage woes

I’ve read several places that the 2.5 gallon water jugs you get at the store don’t hold up well, but I seriously miscalculated JUST how badly they hold up. I had about 20-22 water jugs in my basement. These were … Continue reading

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The First 100 Things…

…to disappear in a crisis/disaster/emergency: http://baconreport.blogspot.com/2007/07/top-100-items-to-disappear-first-during.html Speaking from any threat of snow here in Georgia, milk, eggs, and bread are GONE within an hour of any news channel even HINTING that we might have one snow flurry. I call it … Continue reading

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Nervous, but feeling better.

With the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks quickly approaching, I’ve been a little nervous. I feel a bit better now that we have a breeding pair of rabbits. We have another food source along with the chickens’ eggs … Continue reading

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2011 Crop Outlook

It’s grim. Between the flooding in many parts of the U.S., and the severe drought in Texas, it looks like there’s going to be a shortage of some of the most widely used grains – corn, wheat, and oats, and … Continue reading

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