1. guidetoprepping:

Follow GuideToPrepping.tumblr.com if you’re a prepper!

    guidetoprepping:

    Follow GuideToPrepping.tumblr.com if you’re a prepper!

  2. motherearthnewsmag:

Heat Your Home With Solar Hot Water
Tap into free solar energy with a combined system to heat your home and your domestic hot water.

By Scott Gibson
Photo by HIGH EFFICIENCY INC./WWW.SOLAR.COM

    motherearthnewsmag:

    Heat Your Home With Solar Hot Water

    Tap into free solar energy with a combined system to heat your home and your domestic hot water.

    By Scott Gibson

    Photo by HIGH EFFICIENCY INC./WWW.SOLAR.COM

  3. 23 April 2014

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    will-85

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  4. Do you have a plan?

    Be Prepared Not Scared

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  6. 20 April 2014

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    will-85:

My gutter salad bar.  I installed a 5” x 10’ gutter on the side of my deck that is off my kitchen. It faces due south and gets full sun.  Then I planted spinach and lettuce in it.  The holes I drilled into bottom drip extra water into my herb garden below so no water is wasted.

Great plan

    will-85:

    My gutter salad bar. I installed a 5” x 10’ gutter on the side of my deck that is off my kitchen. It faces due south and gets full sun. Then I planted spinach and lettuce in it. The holes I drilled into bottom drip extra water into my herb garden below so no water is wasted.

    Great plan

  7. guidetoprepping:

Follow GuideToPrepping.tumblr.com if you’re a prepper!

    guidetoprepping:

    Follow GuideToPrepping.tumblr.com if you’re a prepper!

  8. the-fugitive:

    gmsurvival:

    c2cprepper:

    Good video talking about what food to carry in your bug out bag (BOB). You may be surprised as to what the host suggests.

    Be Prepared Not Scared

    He does raise an interesting point. I think I’d still want to augment the choice with some meat, maybe a couple of those Hormel Completes meals.

    Noodles are fine providing you have plenty of water, not that good in arid/desert conditions where water might be scarce.
    For Arctic conditions more calories can be added by melting in butter or ghee to the noodles as can dried meat smoked sausage or salami etc.

    I do agree that noodles are a bit dry on their own but if you take some of your water that you already are carrying to drink and use to boil the noodles and add a season packet you will now not only have soft noodles but also have the electrolyte drink to consume. Do not toss the boiled noodle water out. Drink it!

    Also I completely agree adding some Hormel Completes would help balance having some additional protein and not just noodles. The key point I think the host of the video is making is MRE’s are bulky and heavy. Canned beans are heavy and cumbersome in a pack. The noodles can take up a lot less space and weight when you are needing to have the space for other items in your pack like a first aid kit or tools to build shelter etc.. 

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  9. Good video talking about what food to carry in your bug out bag (BOB). You may be surprised as to what the host suggests.

    Be Prepared Not Scared

    (Source: youtube.com)

  10. guidetoprepping:

Follow GuideToPrepping.tumblr.com if you’re a prepper!

    guidetoprepping:

    Follow GuideToPrepping.tumblr.com if you’re a prepper!

  11. reasonistruth:

Ready 101: How to Make a Grab and Go Binder - Home Ready Home #Prepper #PrepperTalk

    reasonistruth:

    Ready 101: How to Make a Grab and Go Binder - Home Ready Home #Prepper #PrepperTalk

  12. diyhomeimprove:

DIY - simple vertical wall planter idea.
Found on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/greenrenaissance?fref=photo

This is a pretty cool idea especially for an herb garden!

    diyhomeimprove:

    DIY - simple vertical wall planter idea.

    Found on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/greenrenaissance?fref=photo

    This is a pretty cool idea especially for an herb garden!

  13. tinyhouseamerica:

    Shopdog Tiny House

    (Source: tinyhousedarling)

  14. Coffee grounds in the garden - Fine Gardening Question & Answer →

  15. Planted a small vegetable garden today. Looking forward to seeing it grow.

    Planted a small vegetable garden today. Looking forward to seeing it grow.