2 Safety Tips For Your Kids: The Sound of Gunfire & Concealment vs. Cover

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Like it or not, these types of conversations are those that need to happen between parents and children today. A lot of people get upset and think its not fair that we live in a society like this. They are right. But what does fair have to do with anything. Fair is not what keeps …

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How Deep Do You Till Your Vegetable Garden

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Starting a home garden is a sure way to improve your food security without spending too much money. However, you must get it right in order to enjoy good yields. Of the many questions, a new gardener can ask is how deep do you till your vegetable garden? The aim of tilling is to loosen …

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Mom has one dresser for clothes!

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The weather here is looking a lot like early spring.  We are getting some snow, rain and very windy days as the fronts move through the area.  Today was in the 50’s F. with a few sprinkles but it did not matter as Mom and I loaded the dresser in the Kia yesterday.  It was easy just add a few odds and ends around the dresser and take a load out to Mom’s place.

I brought out a few more chunks of wood for Mom to burn along with building the start of a small wood rack for her front porch with some 2 x 4 scraps I had laying around my place.  The wood rack is just a “base” for her to stack some wood that is easy to grab for the stove rather than having to cut up firewood or those little bundles of wood for camping.  Since the wood rack base is small and easy to move she can find the best spot for it out of the rain or snow.  Once she finds the spot where she wants it to be then we can finish adding the uprights and see if it needs to be covered with a tarp or solid top.

While I was out at Mom’s place I hung a bathroom mirror and a small medicine cabinet.  I showed Mom how to use dry wall anchors but I did not bring a level so the mirror is just a little bit crooked. I hope Mom’s OCD can deal with the mirror being just a little bit tilted. The medicine cabinet installation actually looks good though there was much wailing, cursing and gnashing of teeth placing it in such a tight space to work in the bathroom.  Now Mom has some storage shelves to put her vitamins in her bathroom.

Mom is missing having a basement and big shop to store stuff.  But the has another insulated shop to store stuff and a bunker that we have not fully explored.  But the house is small at 900 sq. ft. and when you are used to living in a larger space, downsizing can be a challenge.  I have to say even with the terrible/ old single pane windows Mom’s house stays super warm and cozy with the small wood stove.  If Mom can get the crawl space insulated and replace the windows via the local electric company via “Energy Conservation” she will be set for very low power bills.

Now for what I’ve been doing….  Well I’m baking bread again and trying to make better meals for myself and not eating so much processed foods.  I’m having to learn how to do all those household chores that Mom used to do weekly.  Mom is finding out grocery shopping is darn expensive.  My cost of living has gone down by about 20% so I’m good.  Mom’s costs have gone up a bit but she will be okay once she has a couple of months to work a budget.

Good news,  I can pay the house payment on time and not get a mid month penalty. While I could use credit I prefer not to unless I can pay a card off in a month.  Not too bad a disabled vet on disability paying a $700.00 vet bill in a month.  With some luck I won’t have any more bills over 1/2 or more of my monthly income. I need a couple of months to start build savings again.

TL;DR We are good and the chicken run are going to get some upgrades along with Mom’s woodpile. Hopefully I’ll set up Mom’s network and cable one won’t get any modem rent money from Mom.

It’s not perfect but slowly we are working to make stuff good enough.

Mom has one dresser for clothes!

The weather here is looking a lot like early spring.  We are getting some snow, rain and very windy days as the fronts move through the area.  Today was in the 50’s F. with a few sprinkles but it did not matter as Mom and I loaded the dresser in the Kia yesterday.  It was easy just add a few odds and ends around the dresser and take a load out to Mom’s place.

I brought out a few more chunks of wood for Mom to burn along with building the start of a small wood rack for her front porch with some 2 x 4 scraps I had laying around my place.  The wood rack is just a “base” for her to stack some wood that is easy to grab for the stove rather than having to cut up firewood or those little bundles of wood for camping.  Since the wood rack base is small and easy to move she can find the best spot for it out of the rain or snow.  Once she finds the spot where she wants it to be then we can finish adding the uprights and see if it needs to be covered with a tarp or solid top.

While I was out at Mom’s place I hung a bathroom mirror and a small medicine cabinet.  I showed Mom how to use dry wall anchors but I did not bring a level so the mirror is just a little bit crooked. I hope Mom’s OCD can deal with the mirror being just a little bit tilted. The medicine cabinet installation actually looks good though there was much wailing, cursing and gnashing of teeth placing it in such a tight space to work in the bathroom.  Now Mom has some storage shelves to put her vitamins in her bathroom.

Mom is missing having a basement and big shop to store stuff.  But the has another insulated shop to store stuff and a bunker that we have not fully explored.  But the house is small at 900 sq. ft. and when you are used to living in a larger space, downsizing can be a challenge.  I have to say even with the terrible/ old single pane windows Mom’s house stays super warm and cozy with the small wood stove.  If Mom can get the crawl space insulated and replace the windows via the local electric company via “Energy Conservation” she will be set for very low power bills.

Now for what I’ve been doing….  Well I’m baking bread again and trying to make better meals for myself and not eating so much processed foods.  I’m having to learn how to do all those household chores that Mom used to do weekly.  Mom is finding out grocery shopping is darn expensive.  My cost of living has gone down by about 20% so I’m good.  Mom’s costs have gone up a bit but she will be okay once she has a couple of months to work a budget.

Good news,  I can pay the house payment on time and not get a mid month penalty. While I could use credit I prefer not to unless I can pay a card off in a month.  Not too bad a disabled vet on disability paying a $700.00 vet bill in a month.  With some luck I won’t have any more bills over 1/2 or more of my monthly income. I need a couple of months to start build savings again.

TL;DR We are good and the chicken run are going to get some upgrades along with Mom’s woodpile. Hopefully I’ll set up Mom’s network and cable one won’t get any modem rent money from Mom.

It’s not perfect but slowly we are working to make stuff good enough.

SPRING GARDEN FESTIVAL GIVEAWAY: Grow Your Own Groceries DVD

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Whenever you grow food, even if it’s just a selection of herbs, you’re saving money by not buying store-bought. And, you know where that food same from and how it was grown. Today’s giveaway features a 2-disk DVD course in growing food, “Grow Your Own Groceries,” featuring well-known speaker, homesteader, and professional gardener, Marjory Wildcraft. […]

Poverty Prepping: How to Stock up For Tomorrow When You Can’t Afford To Eat Today

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Poverty Prepping: How to Stock Up for Tomorrow When You Can’t Afford to Eat Today was a free Kindle book at the time of this post.

A lot of people think they don’t have enough money to store extra food for emergencies. It’s a struggle just to make ends meet and afford what they need right now. I think anyone can start to prepare for the future.

Teri Hatcher living in a van for her YouTube series

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Houswives star publicity still  in Green dress

Disparate Housewives

In a great piece of self-promotion, actress Teri Hatcher first encouraged and then denied the story that she was down and out and living in a van.

in fact Ms Hatcher allowed herself to be Papped sitting in her VW Microbus while filming a series called Van Therapy.

“Teri Hatcher is ‘Desperate For Cash & Living In A Van’said one discussion in ‘Celebrity News and Gossip’ started by yaso1, yesterday at 3:56 PM.

In a pristine vintage VW bus? I don’t think so.

“Teri Hatcher Shocking Photos Living Camper Van.” said another headline.

“Getting off the grid is white people’s version of being woke,” said another chat board comment

“I would love for it to be true but I doubt it. Homegirl has been working since the 1980s plus she has residuals from multiple tv shows” said another commment.

Teri Hatcher herself spoke out on Thursday against Star magazine’s claim that she’s broke, homeless and living in her van, calling it ‘totally absurd.’

The 53-year-old actress told KTLA 5 ‘It’s categorically false. I am not broke. I have done very well investing my money. I’m not homeless. And I’m not living out of my van.’

She continued: ‘I am shooting my YouTube series Van Therapy in my van.’

Her interview with KTLA 5’s reporter Sam Rubin took place in London on Thursday, which is International Women’s Day.

Teri said that this was the perfect time to talk about it, with International Women’s Day as well as the Time’s Up and #MeToo movement.

The TV star said on KTLA 5: ‘The voice of women collectively is saying “We’re not just going to take it and accept it and be quiet about it all, because we have for decades.”‘

Adding: ‘I just felt like even not for me, someone has to say “you can’t do this. you can’t egregiously lie, hurtfully, with such a ridiculous story that it’s a kind of harassment and bullying that we can’t take anymore.’

Sam reported that Terry is speaking with her lawyer about possibly seeking legal action.

Teri has owned the green 1978 VW bus camper for many years but has never lived in it.

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Free PDF: Alcohol Manufacture

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Alcohol Manufacture is generally illegal in the United States, but that means there is a lot of misconceptions and just plain wrong information being spread. EVERY SINGLE TIME I get in a discussion about home wine making someone says “you can make X amount of moonshine a year for home consumption”.  Not true You cannot make a drop of distilled liquor without a very expensive federal license. There is an seperate set of rules for fuel alcohol, but there is no way to legally make drinking liquor at home. Now this PDF below is probably useless, it was most likely

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Book Review: In The Gravest Extreme

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-9v3MCjESc Some of the information in the book In The Gravest Extreme is outdated – some laws have changed, and when this book was written Glocks were not around. That being said, combat mindset does not change over time – If you took a medieval knight and transported him to this era, he would simply begin training in firearms and trade in his plate for Kevlar. Ayoob uses common sense scenarios to explain concepts- he clearly articulates why avoidance is better than confrontation, and shows why just having a gun is not enough – you must know how (and WHEN)

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Book Review: In The Gravest Extreme

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-9v3MCjESc Some of the information in the book In The Gravest Extreme is outdated – some laws have changed, and when this book was written Glocks were not around. That being said, combat mindset does not change over time – If you took a medieval knight and transported him to this era, he would simply begin training in firearms and trade in his plate for Kevlar. Ayoob uses common sense scenarios to explain concepts- he clearly articulates why avoidance is better than confrontation, and shows why just having a gun is not enough – you must know how (and WHEN)

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Carbon Fiber or Micarta? The Battle Between Two Chris Reeve Inkosis

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The world of survival and tactical supply is on the verge of a tremendous change. We are at the very beginning of a material revolution. We are finding out how to splice materials, weave micro fibers of incredibly strong materials and create things no one ever thought possible. This movement is just in its infancy. …

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Carbon Fiber or Micarta? The Battle Between Two Chris Reeve Inkosis

The world of survival and tactical supply is on the verge of a tremendous change. We are at the very beginning of a material revolution. We are finding out how to splice materials, weave micro fibers of incredibly strong materials and create things no one ever thought possible. This movement is just in its infancy. …

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Kel-Tec PMR 30…..Ultimate Bug Out Gun?

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When you read a headline like this it just begs to be clicked on. Now, of course, I did a little research to assure that this was not just a shameless plug for a weapon. I was pleased to find out that there are a tremendous amount of factors that add up to this being …

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Is Canned Water Ideal for Your Emergency Supply?

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There are products on the market that are so unique to disaster preparedness. Where else are you gonna run into something like canned water. That said, it is a product that can make all the difference for some preppers who are concerned about access to water following disasters. Each year we watch hurricanes rip into …

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Water Recycler (Grey Water)

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The struggle to conserve water will be one of the biggest battles you face in a total collapse. Ask any hurricane survivor. That tap is something we take for granted everyday. All of us. There is no person on the planet who doesn’t take advantage of that lovely running water they use each day. Then …

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DIY PVC Bow

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The trash is everywhere. The trash is not going anywhere. There is more trash piling on top of the old trash. While bushcraft is the study and skill to manipulate the natural world we should also look at trashcraft and the study of turning all our waste into things that can help us survive. While …

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Books that Break Boundaries

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Do you ever struggle with finding the next good read?  There are so many extraordinary books but finding them can be a struggle. Especially, if you’re trying to find nonfiction women on adventures or women survivors. In honor of March’s National Women’s History Month, here’s a list of five-star books about female adventurers, […]

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Survival tools of the Edged Variety

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Survival tools of the Edged Variety

Survival tools of the Edged Variety
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This episode of the Gunmetal Armory, were going to talk weaponized steel, larger and smaller edged tools, and more. There is a lot that goes into choosing which knife or knives that you’re going to carry in your BOB. There are also multiple considerations to unpack with regards to blade designs, blade grinds, steel types, sheath type, sheath materials, size, handle type, handle materials, and so on.

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What Does Retirement Look Like to the 21st Century Survivor?

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An interesting take on a subject that we all bury in the back of our minds. What is the gameplan for retirement and is retirement even part of the game anymore? For preppers this is a big deal. Not only because of our demographic but because of the fact that we cannot afford to be …

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Battling Stink Bugs – How To Fight Back Against The Ultimate Pest!

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When it comes to battling stink bugs in the home, the fight got very personal a few weeks back. Way too personal! It was a beautiful Saturday evening. Actually, one of the few we have had during this so-far, very

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The Collapse of Venezuela Was “a systematic destruction to seize our freedom”

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by J. G. Martinez D.

Editor’s Note: As we begin to become more concerned about the possibility of our own economic collapse, it’s important to see what has happened Read the rest

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Backpacking Guide for Digital Nomads

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Packing light may seem like a strenuous task, but there is no rocket science to it. Whether you plan on backpacking for a weeklong vacation, or for something extraordinary, packing light is key to having a successful trip. If you decide to travel light, you will benefit in more ways than you can possibly imagine. You won’t have to worry about overburdening your shoulders, and you will have enough space to store what is actually needed in the first place. At the same time, you won’t have to stand in long queues to get your baggage checked, nor would you

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How to Warm your House During Winter Without Spending a Fortune

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For some reason, the electricity bills seem to hit a record high as temperatures inch down. This leaves a large number of families shivering through winter dreading their next electricity bills. But warming your house during winter can be easier than most people think. In fact, it doesn’t have to revolve around energy-intensive warming. If you are looking to warm your indoor spaces, we have compiled a list of some practical and affordable tips on how to warm your house during winter without spending a fortune 1) Use your curtains This may come as a no-brainer suggestion but it surely

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7 Archery Health Benefits

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According to tо ѕоmе records, thе first bow аnd arrow wеrе used in 50,000 B.C, whiсh makes archery one оf thе oldest sports in thе world. Unlike others whеrе everything comes naturally, thе archer’s performance iѕ in direct relation tо hiѕ оr hеr levels оf endurance, strength, аnd coordination. It’s nо wonder thаt archery hаѕ survived ѕо many years аnd has, in ѕоmе cases, even bееn considered a competitive Olympic sport. Whether уоu intend tо brush uр уоur skills аnd become a hunter оr уоu wish tо acquire a certain degree оf expertise аnd join a competition, уоu may want

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What to Bring When Camping in the Rain

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Editors Note: Another guest submission from Cody Jarrett to The Prepper Journal. Some good points for prepping for all kinds of weather. As always, if you have information for Preppers that you would like to share and possibly receive a $25 cash award like Cody, as well as being entered into the Prepper Writing Contest AND have a chance to win one of three Amazon Gift Cards  with the top prize being a $300 card to purchase your own prepping supplies, then enter today!

Camping in the rain doesn’t have to be a miserable experience. If you plan on going camping in the UK, there is always a good chance that it’s going to rain. In this article, we’ll share our 10 tips on camping in wet weather to help you make the most out of your camping trip regardless of the weather conditions.

What to bring:

Tarpaulin

A tarpaulin is ideally the single most essential item to bring when planning a camping trip, as it can be a total life saver. Think in multiples! You want to have at least one large sheet of tarpaulin that you can place over the tent, so that in case of a downpour, you pitch it with ease; and an additional one to place underneath the floor of the tent for the extra waterproof protection.

  

The tarp also has a variety of other useful purposes, such as creating a sheltered space for firewood, bikes, and camping chairs. You may also use a tarp to set aside a rain-free area close to your tent for other camping activities, which can be super handy as it gives you the freedom of enjoying everything you had planned for in spite of the rain.

Groundsheets

Groundsheets serve as your ultimate line of protection between you and the soggy ground. For this reason, be sure to have one with you, ready. Aside from serving as an extra level of defense against the soggy ground, the groundsheet will effectively insulate the tent floor, providing you with a much warmer night’s sleep.

Ensure that the groundsheet underneath the tent matches the size of the tent’s floor. Keep in mind that if you use a larger groundsheet, it will retain rainwater, leading to undesirable funnel effect.  Have the ends of the groundsheet folded away underneath the tent floor to secure them properly.

Another key benefit of having a groundsheet is that it can be pitched perfectly on a smooth foundation, and the floor of the tent will in turn be more comfortable to sleep on.

Gazebo

Although a gazebo is not on every camper’s list for possessions to bring along, it can be quite essential when roughing it out in the wet wilderness. As large waterproof structures, they offer ample space to roam around, relax, and set up a table camping style, while you smugly listen to the sound of the pattering rain nearby, thereby avoiding getting soaked in it. Modern gazebos are also very easy to install.

Blankets

 

When it comes to camping, especially when the weather forecast doesn’t look so good, a few extra blankets wouldn’t go amiss. Extended rainfall can lower the air temperature substantially and raise the humidity levels. As such, you’ll want to wrap yourself up in a toasty, dry sheath come night time. With a few blankets, you will get the cozy camper feeling, which makes listening to the rain an enjoyable experience.

Waterproof Footwear and Clothing

From the first instance, the waterproof clothing you wear should be both lightweight and breathable, with fully loaded wrist cuffs, taped seams, and adjustable hoods to keep the rain out. Your kit should cover the basics such as waterproof trousers, waterproof jacket, and waterproof boots, and if the temperatures are too low, have a fleece and a base layer.

Keep the waterproof ratings of each of your kit’s pieces in mind, since they’ll come into play if you do find yourself in the shower. Anything that goes beyond 5,000 mvp of breathability and 5,000 mm of water-proofness should keep you well ventilated and securely watertight.

Avoid putting on cotton clothing as these soak up moisture rather than wicking it. It’s also recommended that you bring extra waterproof clothing, which should be safely stored in plastic bags, just in you accidentally get wet and need a change of clothing or gear. So, before you set out on your trip, you should reproof any old waterproof trousers, jackets, or boots to power up the coatings using wash-in or spray-on water-proofers.

Emergency Rain Ponchos

You need to have rain ponchos for you and the rest of your cohorts in case you need to get out of the rain. Wear them when you’re setting camp too, to keep you dry, keep your waterproof gear intact and prevent getting drenched.

Plastic Bags

These are some of the cheapest, most compact, and most versatile tool out there, so make the most out of them. You can ideally get them from any shop selling anything under the sun, for a price that’s next to nothing. They also pack away brilliantly, and take up negligible amount of space. You can essentially use the essential items to stay absolutely dry including extra clothing, gear, books, bedding, etc.

Dry Bags

These are the pricier and more sophisticated alternative to the regular plastic bags. As waterproof sacs, you can use them to store anything from laptops to wallets in order to keep them safely from moisture. The key advantage with dry bags is that you can reuse them endlessly, and they are a bit kinder on the environment compared to the normal plastic bags. They also generally feature straps, clips, and draw cords to secure your items perfectly.

Newspaper

Newspapers can be used as a drying medium for stuff that might get wet despite your best efforts. You can use newspaper to stuff any damp socks or shoes to speed up the drying process and have them dry much faster.

Lighting

Lighting is a must-have feature on any camping trip, and particularly so if you pitch your tent under an overcast. The gloomy skies will leave little light to show your way. You can use a hand-held torch to explore the outdoor environment, a headtorch to shine some light as you pitch your tent, or even lanterns to light the camping space up for eating, reading, etc.

Cords and Ropes

  

These are a necessary multi-purpose tool when you’re out in the wild, especially in rainy weather. You’ll find them quite useful if you’d like to hang a few sheets of tarp to build separate rainproof shelters, or if one of your tent’s guy rope accidentally snaps from the pressure of the bad weather. As a rule of thumb, always bring a few extra ropes and cords for contingencies. 

Additional Tent Pegs

Before leaving, ensure that you have extra tent pegs with you. They’re largely inexpensive, and can be your guiding savior in case you lose one of the regular ones in the swampy ground. You can also use them to fasten the tent more strongly so that your tent can withstand the strong winds. 

Entertainment

If it’s raining heavily, you’ll naturally be less inclined to go for long voyages outside during your trip. So, it’s better to have alternative forms of entertainment to keep you occupied and satisfied. Bring some magazines, books, chargers, music players, a deck of cards, board games, and anything else your comrades will appreciate and enjoy throughout the trip.

Reproofer

It’s a great idea to throw in some reproofer in your camping backpack. You need to reproof your gear and tent before you head out camping, but it never hurts to have it handy in case of an emergency. If you find that your waterproof trousers or jacket is leaking in water, a quick recoat can save it from disuse.

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10 Dog Breeds for Personal and Home Protection

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It is obvious that protecting yourself and your property has become more important than before due to the increasing home invasions, theft, and other crimes surging in our country. So, it is inevitable for you to take protective measures. One of the smartest and the most amiable ways to do so is to have a … Read more…

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The Many Uses For A Game Camera

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How many of you have a game camera? They’re pretty useful! Not only do they assist the hunter finding ‘game’, but they’re good for all sorts of other discovery. A game camera or ‘trail cam’ is a great prep gadget to have in my opinion. Today’s models not only take pictures but video and audio too. And they see in the dark (to an extent). Some even are able to transmit wireless from their location. A nice security gadget too. I thought it might be fun if we list some of the things that we’ve used our game cameras for.

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$100 Walmart Bug Out Bag

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Every prepper understands the importance of having a bug out bag. Unfortunately, a good bag and all the gear that goes in it can be a bit pricey for some people, costing hundreds of dollars. In this video, Tim from EverydayTacticalVids proves you can make a bug out bag for very little money. Granted, it’s […]

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Last call on leftovers

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Here’s whats left from the group buy:
(6) MOUNTAIN HOUSE CHICKEN FRIED RICE WITH VEGETABLES #10 CAN ” $23.44
(2) MOUNTAIN HOUSE BEEF STEW #10 CAN $26.79
(1) MOUNTAIN HOUSE COOKED DICED BEEF #10 CAN $51.58
(3) MOUNTAIN HOUSE LASAGNA WITH MEAT SAUCE #10 CAN $26.79
(3) MOUNTAIN HOUSE CHILI MAC WITH BEEF #10 CAN $23.44
(6) MOUNTAIN HOUSE NOODLES AND CHICKEN #10 CAN $23.44
(4) MOUNTAIN HOUSE PASTA PRIMAVERA #10 CAN $21.43
(2) MOUNTAIN HOUSE SCRAMBLED EGGS WITH HAM AND RED AND GREEN PEPPERS #10 CAN $29.47
(3) MOUNTAIN HOUSE SCRAMBLED EGGS WITH BACON #10 CAN $29.47
(2) MOUNTAIN HOUSE GRANOLA WITH MILK AND BLUEBERRIES #10 CAN $29.47

Anyone who wants to come into Missoula, lemme know. There was about three times this much earlier so if you want something, lemme know so I can set it aside. Cash only. Offer ends next Friday.