Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Wednesday: 29 November 2017, Part Four

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

"Bill Nye's History of the United States"

Folks, I believe, it is a poor idea to stock items to barter with other families.

First, it sets you up as a target because your family has 'valuable' stuff.

Second, it takes away from your family's preps when you buy stuff for other folks.

Third, you probably won't listen to me, so ...

Survivors' Fortress - Best Bartering Items When Disasters Strike

I know a financial event is on the horizon. When it is going to happen, I don't know.

So, ...

You are on your own when it comes to advice about money, from me.

With that said, here are a few ideas for you and your family.

Survivors' Fortress - How to Survive the Pre-Currency Collapse World

Wednesday: 29 November 2017, Part Three

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

Bashford Dean Memorial Collection
Metropolitan Museum of Art

There are a bunch of folks that think all they need to do is ban guns and everything will be O.K.

They are delusional. You know that, right?

The Firearms Blog - Ghost Gunning like it’s 1889

The Firearms Blog - POTD: DIY Sheet Metal Self Loading Pistol

Folks, ... Make sure you have all of the necessary permits to complete the following do-it-yourself project.

The Firearms Blog - Simple and compact low-cost DIY submachine gun prototype

Wednesday: 29 November 2017, Part Two

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

Jack Borno

Our family farm has terrible soil for row crops, such as corn, soybean, and wheat. Plus, most of it's on a hill, with shallow soil, so growing trees won't work either.

However, ...

It's a great place for growing grapes and other fruits

Oklahoma State University - Growing Grapes in the Home Garden

Oregon State University - Growing Table Grapes

Cornell University - Growing Grapes in the Home Garden

North Dakota State University - Grape Growing for Gardeners

I didn't know this.

But, grapes aren't just for eating, you can make wine, too ; - )

University of Illinois - Basic Wine Making

University of Georgia - Wine Making at Home

University of Tennessee - Starting Your Own Wine Business