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The Radical Left Wants to Destroy Police Morale

Ever since the shooting in Ferguson, we have watched the attacks on police morale that have been taking place in many parts of the United States.  The most recent demonstrations and problems have taken place in Baltimore.  These may be … Continue reading

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Digging Bars Should be Included in Your Preps

This morning I got up early and planted a couple of fruit trees before it got to hot.  Now the area in which we live is in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the soil can be very … Continue reading

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Fuel Stabilizer for Small Motors.

Since we have been on the subject of mothballing and maintaining small engines. I decided that now was a good time to talk about fuel stabilizers.  Yesterday I started a mothballed motor that had been in storage for several years … Continue reading

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More Good Information on Mothballing and Maintaining Small Engines.

This morning I found a comment on small engines from Tim V. one of our readers that I thought deserved to be put up as a post in order for it to get wider distribution.  There is some good information … Continue reading

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Mothballing Small Engines for Storage.

Over the years, I have learned about mothballing small engines the hard way.  Years ago I failed to mothball engines correctly, just shutting them down and forgetting about them.  Several years later I attempted to start them and ended up … Continue reading

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A few ideas to help you with your preps.

Every now and then, I get a bunch of ideas none of which justify a full post.  So here is a bunch of miscellaneous information on preps. First I want to give you more encouragement to go to garage sales.  … Continue reading

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Pork Soup from Leftovers

My wife is a very good cook and is always creating her own recipes.  I had this for lunch yesterday and was so good I decided to post it here for you all to enjoy.  So here is her recipe … Continue reading

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40 Most Common Edible Wild Plants in North America

Edible wild plants are an often-overlooked food source.  Many of the edible wild plants on this list probably grow near you, regardless of whether you live in the city or country. Find a book that covers the edible wild plants … Continue reading

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Raised Beds make for Easy to Maintain Gardens

Summer is here and it is time to have your garden planted.  Now I am not a gardener, I like the produce, but gardening is something I do under protest.  Now my wife likes to garden.  However, in recent years … Continue reading

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Dealing with Everyday Emergencies.

Preparedness covers a very wide area and we often focus on the most serious aspects of it and don’t post about the smaller everyday emergencies.  But today I had someone send me the following e-mail about everyday emergencies and concerns … Continue reading

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