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Howdy and welcome to all the new members. Much to read here, enjoy.
Hello I am a newbie. I have a question that I hope somebody can answer. I have read a few on line answer BUT so there is nothing we can do with bathroom fetus?? I read somewhere a while back that someone was using there fetus and other things for compose. Is that really possible???
I would suggest a proper burial with rights. Otherwise, I have to assume a spell check error and you meant feces. Check in the general preparedness boards or try a search. There are are composting toilets on the market, and other DIY techniques.
Here's one example topic that may be helpful and keeps floating to the surface
And welcome...assuming you're not looking to dispose of fetuses of course.
Hey there, MS prepper here. I'm not new to the concept, but I /am/ new to the commitment of being engaged. It's kind of funny the mountain of things you find when you actually get started with readiness!
Found this site just browsing, looking for likeminded peeps. Am a flatlander, am in a not so good unique situation. Live alone, am disabled in a wheelchair and looking to relocate to a more respectable area of like mindedness. I would however need someone as a partner if you will, to help me 24/7 since I do not drive, am wheelchair bound. I do have 6-9 months of supplies and still adding for just myself. I am also looking to purchase a property somewhere that would be conducive to my needs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
"Keep your powder dry"
This was a great simple list thank you!
The same here, I didn't know there were some many of us out here. It's good to know. Just getting started myself and wife.
Hi everyone!!! Thanks for adding me on here. I am looking for some groups near O.C., California
There are many benefits you offer it.
Howdy from Western Colorado. I've been prepping since Hurricane Katrina. I was alarmed to see so many dependent on government or charity for their well being. I vowed not to put myself in that situation. Over the years I have accumulated stuff but recognized early on that collecting stuff was not sufficient so I began a quest to learn skills and knowledge that would be useful in the event of an economic meltdown or other disaster.
I am now at the stage where I am seeking membership in a community of like minded individuals.
I am seeking contact with like minded individuals who are looking to create a community of mutual trust and mutual assistance.
If there are any groups in the Grand Junction vicinity I would like to open up a dialogue with you to see if we might benefit from a merger of stuff and skills.
Hi! I always thought that this was just what we did growing up! Neither of my grandparents houses had indoor plumbing or electric until I was in my early teens, so this was just "normal" stuff to me. My own children thought I was a nutcase too, until the big ice storm of 2003, when we were without power for almost three weeks-and I was a hundred miles away in the hospital having part of my liver taken out!! THEN mom's craziness wasn't that crazy at all! I had water, food, a wood heat/cooking stove, lamps. candles, etc. My neighbors across the road from us thought I was pretty smart too, when their all-electric home suddenly wasn't warm, and the well pump didn't work either. Everyone thinks that 'someone else' will rescue them in any kind of situation like this, but when that storm hit, my DOCTOR and his son had to clear the tiny little back road to my house for the emergency services to get to me, when my liver failed. Not a great thing to have happen in 40-50mph winds and freezing rain, sleet and heavy wet snow, I'll tell you that much! I was released 4 days later, and the power was restored 15 days after that. But I never had to worry about food, water, keeping warm, or being hurt-I had what we needed to see us through. My grandmothers always told me that God helps those that help themselves, and the wise plan for the worst, that way when it doesn't happen, they have something to be happy about!! I look forward to finding more persons in my area to talk to, and possibly meet someday. Thank you for bringing the information that we need to keep our children and grandchildren warm, fed and safe in these trying times! God bless all of you, Grannyisprepped.
Welcome to the forum Granny. You are going to fit right in.
Hi Grannyisprepped, yeah i feel ya man, one of my best friends used to think I was crazy for being a prepper. Then the power went out in his town in the middle of a winter ice storm. Power STAYED out for ten days. Every candle in town was sold out overnight. And now, yep, he's prepared - at least for the next ten-day power outage, if not for the end of the world.
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