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30 Gardening Tips - mostly to make it decorative 

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25 Must Have Survival Foods: Put Them In Your Pantry Now Tess Pennington 

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25 Must Have Survival Foods: Put Them In Your Pantry Now

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One of my favorite phrases that I tell new preppers is that “your preps are your lifeline.” We must put measures in place before a disaster is upon us in order to have these lifelines available to us when we need it the most.

Building an emergency pantry is one of those lifelines that takes both time and planning to make it fully functional. Ideally, you want to store shelf stable foods that your family normally consumes, as well as find foods that are multi-dynamic and serve many purposes.

A few other points to consider when starting an emergency food pantry are:

To store emergency foods that will not require refrigeration, and should require little electricity or fuel to prepare.
The food should have a long shelf life.
It should provide ample nutrition and contain little salt.

In my book, The Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals, I use the following essential food staples as the basis for the recipes. The following foods are all popular food staples that should be considered as “must haves” for your emergency pantries. The advantages to storing these items, is they encompass all of the key consideration points listed above. Best of all, these items are very affordable and versatile, thus making them worthy of being on your storage shelves for extended emergencies.

Keep in mind, that water is your most important prep. You need water for consumption, food preparation, and for sanitary needs. Ensure that you have a large quantity of water stored away for emergency use.

Stock up on the following items today to get your prepper pantry ready for the next extended emergency:

1. Canned fruits, vegetables, meats, and soups
2. Dried legumes (beans, lentils, peas)
3. Crackers
4. Nuts
5. Pasta sauce
6. Peanut butter
7. Pasta
8. Flour (white, whole wheat)
9. Seasonings (vanilla, salt, pepper, paprika, cinnamon, pepper, taco seasoning, etc.)
10. Sugar
11. Bouillon cubes or granules (chicken, vegetable, beef)
12. Kitchen staples (baking soda, baking powder, yeast, vinegar)
13. Honey
14. Unsweetened cocoa powder
15. Jell-O or pudding mixes
16. Whole grains (barley, bulgur, cornmeal, couscous, oats, quinoa, rice, wheat berries)
17. Nonfat dried milk
18. Plant-based oil (corn oil, vegetable oil, coconut oil, olive oil)
19. Cereals
20. Seeds for eating and sprouting
21. Popcorn (not the microwavable kind)
22. Instant potato flakes
23. Packaged meals (macaroni and cheese, hamburger helper, Ramen noodles, etc.)
24. Purified drinking water
25. Fruit juices, teas, coffee, drink mixes

Use this list as a starting point on beginning or extending your preparedness pantry- and don’t feel handcuffed to only stocking up on these items. Always keep your family’s food preferences and dietary needs in mind when investing in your food supply. It would be extremely advantageous to have a two week supply (at a minimum) of these shelf stable food items on hand to care for your family. To see how much your family would need, click here. http://readynutrition.com/resources/category/preparedness/calculators/

We never know when disasters or emergencies may strike, so why not be prudent and be ready for them before they affect our livelihood and well being.

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Re: How To Skin a Deer With an Air Compressor 

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Without a doubt, this IS something I will be doing. 

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How To Skin a Deer With an Air Compressor 

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Re: Man Dies After 6-Ton Porn Collection Falls on Him 

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Well, ribit ... that decisive, intelligent move is yet another clear indication that you were born to lead, yer majesty.




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...the boards in the attic were starting to creak and groan so I thought it was a good idea.


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...the boards in the attic were starting to creak and groan so I thought it was a good idea.




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Good thing you converted your extensive collection over to digital a while back, eh, ribit?


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...somehow the Survival board seemed like the appropriate place for this. You guys be careful out there.


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Re: Homestake Gold Mine History - South Dakota Saga - 1940  

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That had to be the most interesting and fun job I ever had DE!!!!!!!!!! AND big bucks!!!!!!!!!!!




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I sure do - but I've only glanced at them so far. I'll watch them (with the volume on) when I'm home tonight.

Isn't Homestake the company often referenced when folks talk about the Great Depression? It had something like a tenfold increase in price and a SEVENTY PERCENT ANNUALIZED DIVIDEND PAYOUT (1929 basis) while everyone else's stock was tanking. Amazing... 


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Grid down? 6 Ways to cook when there’s absolutely no electricity 

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(Natural News) When you typically thinks of eating, as well as surviving, during a few days of no electricity or a longer term grid down situation, the idea of having to cook anything at all is probably not first and foremost in your mind. Canned meats, peanut butter, crackers, nuts and dried fruits don't take much preparation and … [Read More...]
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Re: What Every Man Should Keep in His Car 

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They forgot #21, #22, #23, and #24 ...

21. A .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol;
22. A 12 gauge combat shotgun;
23. An AR-10 or AR-15 - take your pick;
24. A good lookin' woman with loose morals in the back seat.




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I disagree with the reasoning behind #8, Roadside flares. The advice is to use flares to ensure other drivers see you. I think that it depends on the situation. Years ago, I read that those pulled well out of the way of traffic should NOT use flares since, like moths to a flame, drunk drivers veer TOWARD flares.

I'd say that if your car presents a hazard to normal drivers, then set a flare. But if you're seven or eight feet off the road, go commando. The only ones who might hit you are the drunks, and flares only increase the risk of that.
 

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When I was growing up, I noticed that my father kept his car well-stocked with supplies. A lot of the equipment was for his job busting poachers as a game warden, but most of the things were for emergency situations that could happen to anyone. And there were plenty of times when my dad was able to put those supplies to work.

Be it a maintenance issue or a snowstorm, keeping the following items in your vehicle can save you time and discomfort, and perhaps even your very life, should an emergency arise. Obviously, the necessity of some items depends on the environment in which you live/are driving through (you don’t need an ice scraper in Tampa) and the season (though it’s best just to stock this stuff and keep it stocked, rather than removing/adding things as the seasons change).

1. Paper maps. Sometimes — okay, plenty of times — Google Maps or Waze doesn’t want to cooperate. And if you don’t have service, their reliability is of no import anyway. It’s always a good idea to keep paper maps handy of the areas you’ll be driving through.

2. Snacks/MREs. You never know when you’ll be stranded for long periods of times in your car. And depending on where you are, you could be dozens of miles from the closest source of help. Keep some MREs or granola/power bars in the back of your car to munch on while you wait for a tow truck to come, or to sustain you for a long walk to a gas station to call for help.

3. Cell phone charger/extra battery. Cell phones, and their batteries, are notoriously unreliable and quick-draining in emergency scenarios. It’s like they know when you need them most. Build some redundancy into your car’s emergency kit by keeping both a charger, and an extra battery. No excuses; they’re cheap these days.

4. LifeHammer. Should an accident trap you in your car, this rescue tool could save your life in a couple ways. It has a seat belt cutter, a steel hammer head that easily breaks side windows, and a glow-in-the-dark pin for easy retrieval in the dark. Every car should have one easily accessible!

5. Flashlight. Good for providing light at nighttime when 1) putting on a spare tire, 2) jump starting another car, or 3) exchanging insurance information with the clueless driver who rear-ended you at a stop light. Get a Maglite and you can also thump would-be carjackers in the head with it.

6. Portable air compressor. When your tire is leaking but hasn’t totally blown out, instead of putting on a spare, you can use a portable air compressor to get back on the road. The compressor fills your tire up enough to allow you to drive to a repair shop to get it fixed. It plugs right into your cigarette lighter. Bonus use: no more paying 75 cents to fill up your tires at stingy gas stations.

7. Windshield wiper fluid. Few things are as indispensable as wiper fluid. Dirty windshield, no fluid, and wet, dirty roads? Get used to stopping every 10 minutes to clean the windshield. Always have some in the car for when you inevitably run out and need it most.

8. Roadside flares. When pulled over on the side of the road, you’re basically a sitting duck, hoping that other drivers don’t clip you. It’s especially dangerous at night. Ensure that you and those around you are visible when you pull over by using road flares, or at least a reflective triangle. The old school flaming flares seem to be harder to find these days as people switch to the LED variety.

9. Jumper cables. You walk out to your car after a long day of work, stick the key into the ignition, give it a turn, and…click, click, click. Crap! You then look up and notice you left the dome light on all day. It happens to the best of us. Car batteries die, so be ready with a set of jumper cables. And even if you never suffer a dead battery, it’s always good to have a set of jumper cables so you can help a damsel (or dude) in distress who needs their car jumped.

10. Tow strap. Get your car unstuck from anything with a tow strap. Attach one end of the strap to the front of the car that you want to pull and the other to the hitch on the back of your car. The stranded driver stays in the dead car, puts it in neutral, and gets freed. Easy as that!

11. Water. For when you’re stranded in Death Valley in the middle of the hottest heat wave on record…or for any other time your car decides to break down on you. Also for when you’ve been on the trail and are parched because you didn’t pack enough in your hiking pack. Always keep a few bottles handy in the trunk.

12. First aid kit. Whether you’re cleaning up a head wound filled with glass shards or fixing a boo boo on your two-year-old, it’s good to have a first aid kit. You can always buy one, but putting together your own in an Altoids tin is more fun.

13. Blankets. Blankets have uses that go beyond emergency situations. It’s always good to have a blanket in the car for snuggling with your gal while you cheer for your team on a cold fall night or for laying it on the ground for a picnic. Get the space-saving (but not very romantic) emergency Mylar variety, or something a little classier like the Paria from Rumpl.

14. Fire extinguisher. Car fires can be especially dangerous because of the flammable liquids coursing through their systems. Keep an extinguisher in the car that can be used not only for your own emergencies, but for others who might be in danger as well. An auto extinguisher is useful, as it will be rated for putting out car-specific fires that are fueled by gasoline and oil.

15. Shovel. There are a couple of instances where a folding shovel might come in handy. The first is when you get stuck in the snow or ice. You can use the shovel to dig some snow out and place some dirt under the tire to get more traction. The second situation is when a car tire gets stuck in a hole or something. You can use the shovel to dig about and create some ramps to help get your car unstuck. Also, it can be used as an improvised weapon.

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16. Kitty litter. Kitty litter? For traveling with your cats and they need a potty break? Hardly. Kitty litter is extremely useful as a traction device when you’re stuck in the snow or ice after a skid gone wrong. It’s not usually that you’re buried in snow that keeps your car from moving, but the slickness of the surface you’re trying to move on. Throw a handful of kitty litter in front of the tires, and they’ll have some traction to help get you on the road again.

17. Multi-wick candles. If you’re stranded in a broken-down car in the winter, you might need more than just a blanket. An actual heat source will come in mighty handy. Have a multi-wick candle (the single wick kind don’t provide adequate warmth) on hand (and matches!); it can keep your car warm for quite awhile. Candles are expensive, so make your own on the cheap (and you save even more money going scentless).

18. Ice scraper. Don’t be the chump who’s out there scraping their windshield with a credit card at 5AM in the morning. A good ice scraper will set you back just a few bucks from most any convenience store, and it will make clearing your windshield much easier and much faster.

19. Hat and gloves. Along with a blanket, make sure your head and hands stay toasty warm too. The thicker the better here; you aren’t going for fashion, but survival.

20. Tire chains. Not only are tire chains handy in wintery mountain passes, they’re actually required in some states. Don’t get stuck in the mountains; don’t get a ticket for not having chains.

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Re: Homestake Gold Mine History - South Dakota Saga - 1940  

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I sure do - but I've only glanced at them so far. I'll watch them (with the volume on) when I'm home tonight.

Isn't Homestake the company often referenced when folks talk about the Great Depression? It had something like a tenfold increase in price and a SEVENTY PERCENT ANNUALIZED DIVIDEND PAYOUT (1929 basis) while everyone else's stock was tanking. Amazing... 




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Two shafts. Yakes and Orahondo/Ross....................


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Two shafts. Yakes and Orahondo/Ross....................


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Homestake gold mine, where I worked 

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I rode these cages down. They went 33.3 MPH when I worked there, If you weren't holding on to your hardhat, when you passed a level. it would suck them right off your head LOL. Man That was a fun time, and a LOT OF$$$$$$$$$$$$

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See that water along the right side?? They called that a Piss ditch and for a reason. I drilled into that once. The engineers messed that one up LOL yuk......I drilled to what they wanted and it was 8" too much. Had to climb up out of the stoop and put a bag of concrete in the whole, so we could continue drilling.........


They only went down 1700 feet. Real cold there. At 7300 feet it was hotter then hell, and neeed portable air conditioners just to work.........

Ya see that quartz vein?? Thats where ya would find the gold................

I installed a lot of split set bolts and expansion bolts. Got paid per bolt. I could put a lot of them in. I was strictly ground control..........I would make the mine safe for EVERYONE else. Big bucks weeeeeeeeeeeeee




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