Monthly Archives: October 2011

“Fight it, Dad! Fight it!”

There are several sites out there where folks share what they did during the past week to prep.  It is always interesting to see what others are doing and how they are going about it.  So, what I did this … Continue reading

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Do you feel like we do?

First of all, props to Peter Frampton.  Do you feel it.  I don’t know what it is, but lately I have been struck with more intense sense of urgency to get prepared.  I don’t know if it because I finally … Continue reading

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Goofy was a prepper

Slow and steady, steady and slow. That’s the way we always go! That’s a quote from a Goofy picture book I used to read to my kids when they were little. It seems appropriate for the way I approach prepping.  … Continue reading

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The Wild doesn’t care.

As I sat down to write this original post, I turned on the TV to the National Geographic Channel to a show entitled “Alone in the Wild”.  I was immediately drawn in and it changed my whole train of thought.   … Continue reading

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Just get started.

I read a great post somewhere that used the quote: “Results start when you do.”  I have since adopted it as my personal mantra.  Every time I am faced with an enormous task, or whine about something I want to change, I always remember this quote … Continue reading

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The future ain’t what it used to be.

Work 40 some years, pay off the house, get the gold watch, sit back and collect the benefits of my 401K and social security, buy the waterfront condo in Florida and a daily routine of golfing/fishing and spoiling the grandkids.  That … Continue reading

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