Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Wednesday: 22 Febuary 2017, Part Four

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

photograph by
Mike Cumpston

The Six Gun
To quote the article:

1. They are simple and, if quality products in good condition, reliable.
2. They are indifferent to variations in ammunition.
3. Misfire drill? Just fire again.
4. Time spent loading can enforce a certain pace on a shooting session, improving performance.
5. They can be enjoyable and educational to shoot; there’s a great variety of them.

What more can I say?

WeaponsMan - Five Reasons to Own Sixguns

Old School
Since we are talking about the 'old school' revolver.

Here's a commentary about ...

Say Uncle - They see me patrollin’. They hatin’

Wednesday: 22 Febuary 2017, Part Three

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

Кондитерские изделия (ca 2006)
These United States’
Department of Agriculture

I tossed and turned, all night long, trying to come up with an appropriate blurb heading. It didn't work, so I said this instead.

You the article. It's an interesting concept.

Len Penzo - Why Pastry Chefs Are Financially Savvier Than the Common Man

Wednesday: 22 Febuary 2017, Part Two

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

Göbber GmbH

Eat What You Store
There are many different ways to store food for tough times. Your family can keep three days of food in a cardboard box, for tough times.

Or, ... Your family can purchase a 'year supply' from my brother

Or, ... A variety other options.

Either way, you and your family need to eat the food that you store.

Safely Gathered In - Food Storage Friday: Rosa Pasta with Soda Bread

Store What You Eat
As your family gets prepared, you and your partner are going to realize; your family can't survive on stored food, alone, after a few years.

So, ... You're going to start thinking about growing and keeping food from a garden or farm.

Safely Gathered In - How To: Make Strawberry Jam, Two Ways

Safely Gathered In - How To: Make Strawberry Jam, Part II

You don't like strawberries.

Then, ... Use a different fruit.

University of Minnesota: Extension - Jams and Jellies