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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Lesson Learned with Generator I live in Texas and the recent cold front is affecting us. We have not lost any power and are doing just fine. We are, however, expecting ice and snow on Friday. With ice comes frozen power lines and ice on trees that break power lines. So I got the generator...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So... First, I accidentally posted my greeting on the "Events, Connections and Get Togethers" part instead of the New Member Introductions part, so hello... I grew up on the Mississippi coast, and am former military... I've always been preparing... either for a lack of money... a hurricane...
  3. Urban Survival
    As hurricane Rita was approaching southeast Texas, the local officials called for a mandatory evacuation. Leaving southeast Texas, you have 3 highways heading north. One major highway, HWY 96 goes through a small community called Kirbyville. HWY 96 going into Kirbyville has been under...
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  6. Urban Survival
    After hurricane Rita hit this area there was a big relief by different government agencies. This is one of the hurricane relief meal boxes left over from last year, unopened. So if your ever in a disaster, this is an example of the kind of food that might get handed out. Lets take a look...
  7. Books, Movies & Stories
    Wednesday morning it looked like Rita might hit Houston so my ex wife brought my youngest kids ages 9 and 11 to Bridge City, Texas where my parents live, from there they (my kids and parents, not exwife) were going to evacuate to Jasper - to my house. Wednesday noon my 16 year old calls me, ask...
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