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  1. NYC Area Unrest/Chaos

    Coronavirus
    It's starting to look bad. Windows are being boarded up, the people who can get out are getting out, 1/6 of NYPD is calling in/sick and their numbers are dropping fast, medical workers too, the city gov is becoming extremely desperate and authoritarian just as its ability to exert power...
  2. Liberals face gun sale barriers they approved of

    Political News and Discussion
    As Coronavirus continues to spread people who never considered buying a gun are rushing to the gun store to buy a firearm. Then all of a sudden they are faced with the gun sales barriers they wanted put into place. Tim can get long winded on certain topics, but I like his points on this one...
  3. Coronavirus Scare Tacits - Dr. Berg

    Coronavirus
    I found the following video pretty informative and interesting. Dr. Berg is one of my regular YouTube "go to" doctors when it comes to diet and health. I suspected that the "coronavirus" was just another version of the flu and I believe that it is. The media has been hyping it even though...
  4. Foraging Wildlife Food Plots - Video

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Does everyone know what a wildlife food plot is? If not, it is a food plot hunters plant to attract wildlife, especially deer. Bags of wildlife food plot seeds are typically sold in the big box mart stores before hunting season. The bags typically contain stuff like turnips, beans, peas...
  5. Planting a Wildlife Food Plot With Culled Seeds

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Since this covers several topics, the article and video are being posted in the general preparedness section. While stockpiling seeds for a SHTF / Doomsday survival garden I recommend testing various seeds every few years. Take a selection of seeds out of the freezer and germinate them. What...
  6. Video - Wild Persimmons Are Ripe

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Wild persimmons (AKA American persimmon) are getting ripe here in Southeast Texas. Here on the farm there is an old persimmon tree that has been talked about in my videos for several months, and it is dropping its ripe persimmons. The American Persimmon is native to North America, grows wild...
  7. Video: Dogs and I find a Cottonmouth Snake

    Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    A timber company is cutting trees near the farm, so saturday afternoon the dogs and I made a trip over to where they are cutting. I wanted pictures of skitters, and other timber cutting equipment for an article I am writing for AllOutdoor. On the way home the dogs were getting hot, so I took...
  8. What Would Chickens Do Without People?

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is posted in the Disaster Preparedness General Discussion because this article is for people who may flee to the countryside, or who bug out to the wilderness. Let's say there is some kind of event, such as a new plague and there is a replay of the Black Death. Someone happens upon a farm...
  9. Using a Car to Solar Dehydrate Peppers and Tomatoes

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Can a vehicle be used to solar dehydrate peppers and tomatoes? Saw this on an episode of Doomsday preppers, or something like that, so I decided to give it a try. A tray off of an electric dehydrator was used to hold the food, and a meat thermometer was used to measure the air temperature...
  10. Stockpiling Seeds For a Doomsday Event

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Let's take a few minutes and talking about stockpiling seeds for a doomsday event. for people who are new to stockpiling seeds, I am going to keep this real simple. Heirloom / open pollinated - Bear true to form. Meaning, if the seeds are saved and planted, the resulting plant will be just...
  11. Cinder Block Grill Worked Better Than Expected

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The other day I put together a cinder block grill, look a rack out of the smoker, put it on the grill, then cooked some steaks. Let's just say everything went better than expected. A few days later I added another cinder block and a tray from a grill to the top. Some sausage was put on the...
  12. Boat Survival Kit Ideas

    Boating and Fishing
    We could easily say something like boat tool box, but this includes more than just tools.. I put together a boat survival kit for my river boat which has a 30 hp Evinrude motor on it. The kit includes stuff like: Extra fuel tank fittings Hose clamps Wrench Pliers Screw drivers Couple of...
  13. Video: Military Surplus Patrol Pack One Year Follow Up Review

    Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Awhile back I bought a military surplus patrol pack. Shortly after buying the patrol pack I posted a first impressions video. Now I am posting a follow up review video. when I made the patrol pack follow up review video I did not realize I have had the pack for over a year. So over the...
  14. Video Review: Mountain House Chicken and Dumplings

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    While on a fishing trip I decided to stop at a camping site and have lunch. On the menu was Mountain House Chicken and Dumplings freeze dried pouch. This was probably one of the best tasting meals I have had from Mountain House. Chunks of chicken and the dumplings were just right...
  15. People Trashing Remote Camp Sites

    Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    While fishing on the Angelina River near Jasper, Texas, I stopped at a camping site on the Angelina River to eat lunch. The site had various items of trash all over it - everything from broken glass to plastic bottles. These are remote camping sites only accessible by boat. So it's not like a...
  16. Your favorite hot weather / summer crops?

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    What crops do you feel do well in hot weather? These are garden plants that will produce through the brutal summer months. I have had good luck with: Jalapeno peppers Okra Zucchini Okra thrives in hot weather. It seems the hotter the weather, the more the okra produces. The only...
  17. Video: Thorfire TK01 Flashlight Review

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Thorfire asked if I would review the Thorfire TK01 Flashlight. This is a keychain sized flashlight that uses a single AAA battery. The Thorfire TK01 has a single setting of 85 lumens, which is going to be bright enough to change a car tire at night, look under the hood, use around a camp...
  18. Article: Garden Update June 16, 2018 - Tomatoes, Peppers and Okra

    Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    The garden got off to a late start this year. In March we received so much rain the seeds rotted in the ground. It seemed like every couple of days we were getting a cold front. 2018 was the first year I had ever seen potatoes rot in the ground. All of this means the 2018 garden is running a...
  19. Video - Jetbeam Ko-01 Flashight Review

    Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is a review of the JETBeam KO-01 flashlight. This is a hefty feeling light that uses a single 18650 battery. First impressions were good. Lumens: Turbo 1 - 1,080 Turbo 2 - 960 High - 240 Mid - 75 Low - 1 Double click the on/off switch and it will activate the strobe. While in...
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