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  1. Cloud Talker

    Cloud Talker

    Hey'Ehh Jimmy here just wanting to share some adventure and laughter along the way. I hope you enjoy if so check out my youtube blog. Cloud Talker
  2. Keith

    Survival Uses For Charcoal & Wood Ashes.

    Uses For Wood Ashes & Charcoal. For removing fur from animal skins. As lye for making soap. I have washed my hands using water and wood ashes. Spread around plants to stop slugs and snails. As garden fertilizer. For controlling mites on chooks and other fowls. Charcoal as a water filter...
  3. Keith

    Crops Two Tips.

    1) Rhubarb is the first fruit available after winter. 2) It is said that anyone who grows Jerusalem Artichokes will never go hungry. This root crop is available all year round & just keeps coming back. The green tops can be fed to stock, & the dried stalks make great kindling.Not a lot of taste...
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