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by omegam4n I have been working in a different municipality for the last few weeks inspecting fire hydrants. I noticed a trend in the equipment I’m inspecting. Many of them have broken pieces. The hydrants still work, but they will break after repeated use. The point of this article isn’t broken hydrants, it’s the lack [...]
When most people think of “prepping” they usually think of storing supplies, such as food, water and other essential items for use in a disaster or collapse type situation. What to store and how to do it, is of course a vital part of prepping but we also need to make sure we are prepared [...]
Raising goats is a fun and rewarding experience for the entire family and always the first place company wants to visit. Goats are in my opinion the most versatile and useful livestock to raise on any homestead, however, they do require quite a commitment all 365 days of the year. They are loving and loyal, [...]
Survival Bunkers: What Features Should They Have? by omegam4n Survival bunkers are coveted by many as the ultimate survival preparation possible, providing it is full of food and water. The common elements for any shelter are food, drinking water, air circulation and waste removal. Honourable mention goes to electrical power and heating and cooling. The [...]
As promised, we have begun our project to put green wood to the test. In case you missed my past blog on this I am wondering just how useful “green” or fresh cut, non-cured/treated wood will be after a collapse. With our local Home Depot’s and Lowe’s out of the picture, I’m sure most of [...]
We will be working with freshly cut wood from our property WITHOUT it going through the drying process.