Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Wednesday: 11 April 2018, Part Two

Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,

A Peach Pie(ca 2011)
photograph by
Chelsea Nesvig

Since I have gotten on a kick, of spending your money, I figured I'd make another suggestion or two.

Bucket Opener
Like a bung wrench, you can do it the cheap inexpensive way by using a flat-head screwdriver.

Or, ...

You can do it the slightly expensive way.

And, ...

Possibly save the lid, so you can reuse the lid, to reseal the bucket.

US Plastic - White Plastic Lid Remover

US Plastic - Metal Lid Remover

No, ...
Not this one because you really need a rubber mallet to easily seal/reseal a plastic 5-gallon bucket.

Local Home Improvement Store - Rubber Mallet

In a few short months, Getting Started in Emergency Preparedness will be ten years old,

In honor of this event, ...

I have collected, every Wednesday for the next year, a few blurbs from various places, such as ...

Safely Gathered In
Hannah and Abbie with Brittany, Aleasha, Sarah, and Tiffany provided wonderful advice and suggestions about gathering, storing and using food storage for you and your family. The six women also provided great, delicious recipes based on their food storage that their families eat at family meal times.

Safely Gathered In - Food Storage Friday: Strawberry Shortcake

Food Storage Made Easy
Jodi and Julie have a wonderful blog with lots of information, so they also have many tips, tricks, and recipes, for you and your family.

Food Storage Made Easy - Raspberry Almond Thumbprint Cookies: Without Raspberries?

Food Storage Made Easy - Food Storage Blackberry Pie

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