If you live anywhere near Boonsboro or Hagerstown, Maryland I have some great news for you. On August 16th and 17th at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center there are going to be two days of “back to basics”: demonstrations, exhibits, and entertainment in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Exhibits and demonstrations will include emergency medical supplies, natural and homeopathic remedies, long-term food storage and food preparation, solar energy, outdoor and primitive
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Figured I would say a few words on two of my favorite things…..Netflix and the Kindle.
I have been user of Netflix for several years now – going from receiving DVD’s in the mail to now only streaming movies. At around $10 per month for unlimited streaming of the thousands of movies, TV shows, documentaries, etc. it is a great deal. Many of you may remember a few months ago that I got rid of
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I continue to add to my preparedness library. Some just good reading, some skill and knowledge-related. Regardless – there are a lot of good books out there.
Let me tell you what sits on my bookshelf right now – and often on my nightstand:
The Home School Shootist
The Urban Homestead
A Failure of Civility
What’s on my bookshelf right now…..
This announcement is a bit late – but worthy. Jarhead Survivor from SHTFBlog.com recently released the book – SHTF: A Guide to Surviving Almost Anything. The book is only available for the Kindle (as of right now). Don’t have a one? Get a Kindle here.
SHTF: A Guide to Surviving Almost Anything is a compilation of blog post from SHTFBlog.com. So yes, much of the content is
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I have a new sponsor – Survive Any Food Crisis, owned by Rod Davidson – and wanted to pass on some information.
Check it out.
Rod Davidson is a family man and survivalist.
For over a decade he has been preparing and protecting his family for when a crisis hits.
And he would like to share his knowledge with you and show you how to do the same.
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Chattanooga Sustainable Preparedness Expo – March 10 When? – March 10, 10am-6pm Where? – Chattanooga Convention Center – Chattanooga, TN What? – A family friendly event packed with solid and practical seminars by people who really know what they are talking about. Vendor booths by reputable companies carrying quality products. It makes for a full day to learn and get equipped.
At the Expo, you will find a wide variety of vendors selling
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Long time readers likely know I am a huge fan of the Kindle (and other e-reader’s). I am probably due for another article on my reasoning for incorporating electronic books, manuals, files and video’s into my “preparedness library”. Anyways – if you own a Kindle or have a Kindle app on one of your other devices – this may interest you.
Over at BestPreparednessDeals.com there was a recent post that listed numerous survival and
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This incredible post was originally publish over at MSOnline’s sister site – SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com. It can be seen in its original form here – http://seasonedcitizenprepper.com/?p=3187. Thank you Harold for sharing.
Life’s Lessons Learned
By Harold, Editor-At-Large – SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com
THE CHRONICLES OF HAROLD
The War Years
Just a history in chronicle form of my life, as I have lived it as near as I can remember after
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I have wrote about reThinkSurvival.com before and with what I believe to be an ever important need to prepare I decided to mention it again.
There are a lot of preparedness sites out there with many being blogs (like MSOnline). The folks over at reThinkSurvival.com have done a fantastic job and provide a service to the prepper like not many others. We in the preparedness community try to each have our own niche to
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From July 23rd through July 31st I have reduced my Survival & Preparedness DVD to only $10.00 ( + free shipping!). This is a PC DVD (not for Mac’s or your DVD player).
DVD’s packed up and ready to go in the mail……
If you are not familiar with this DVD – read all about it below. Packed full of over 4GB’s of info including video’s, manuals, books, articles, and
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To receive your 3 month free subscription to SurvivalWeek.com’s The
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I am very excited by a new project recently started…..SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com.
This website was created out of a surge of interest from older readers emailing me and asking questions related to survival & preparedness. Many of these people have just recently discovered preparedness and are just starting off. I have also received several inquires from individuals that are disabled in one manner or another. Tough circumstances for a prepper who has concerns about
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[Orginal article posted at http://www.healthtrainingguide.com/the-history-and-future-of-pandemics/. I appreciate author Jennifer Bell contacting me and suggesting that MSO readers may find the information useful. I agree. - Rourke]
The Danger of Pandemics
Without a doubt, a pandemic is a serious – and usually deadly – disease outbreak at a global level. In fact, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) states that “another influenza pandemic is highly likely, if not inevitable”. The word pandemic, itself, comes from
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