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  1. Keith

    Our New Water Pump.

    I decided that as we have so much excess solar power I would be better off with an electric water pump to pump water from our lower collection 5000 gallon cement water tank to our upper house feed tank than the petrol fire pump we have been using. Survival wise we will probably always have 240...
  2. Keith

    Personalising Equipment.

    Do any of you ever personalise your equipment? My Father used to paint all his tools blue, except for certain tools like his 17th century lathing hatchet & his 19th century fascine knives/billhooks. When he gave me my first felling axe he painted the head red! My Mother wouldn't let me take it...
  3. Keith

    Uk Supermarket Chain To Sell Stock After 'best Before' Dates To Cut Food Waste

    Here is your best chance to stock up on foods that will store well, don't miss this opportunity. https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/38151603/uk-supermarket-to-sell-food-past-best-before-date-reducing-waste/
  4. Keith

    Stinging Nettle.

    Stinging nettles can also be boiled or steamed as a green veg to go with other dishes. To me it tastes like Spinach. This plant grows widely in the UK & in Australia.
  5. Keith

    Garlic As A Food & Medicine.

    Since making this video I have done a little more research. Most authorities on the subject of foods seem to agree that garlic was not high on the list of good foods, but further research of my own shows that this was mainly among the upper classes, and it was because of the garlic smell. Among...
  6. Keith

    The Problems With Some Preppers Today.

    The problems with some preppers today. One problem some preppers seem to have is the inability to prepare for a variety of disasters. This is really not that hard, yet many just don’t get it. They also have what is known as 24 hour & 72 hour bug out bags. Why not just have a bag that will...
  7. Keith

    Any Requests?

    We have a variety of people on this forum with varied experiences. Is there anything that you would like to see discussed on this forum? Any information you would like to see? Skills you would like to learn? Keith.
  8. Keith

    Brandon Uk.

  9. Keith

    Not Really Off Topic. The Colony.

    This movie is well worth watching. Keith.
  10. Keith

    A Correlation Between The Equipment You Choose And The Skills You Learn.

    A Correlation Between The Equipment You Choose and The Skills You Learn. I believe that when choosing equipment for survival use in the bush, there is more to consider than just ease of use and sustainability. Obviously when preparing for long term wilderness living, you need to choose equipment...
  11. Keith

    Long Term Survival-show Us Your Equipment.

    http://joeoleary1.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/building-long-term-shelter-part-2.html Show us your equipment. This is for people who are interested in long term wilderness(retreat/country) living/survival. I see no point is discussing short term shtf survival, as none of us can possibly know how...
  12. Keith

    Just A Word. Important.

    I have noticed that some members are viewing posts but not commenting. Clicking the thanks button is good, but some feedback is better. Writers appreciate feedback, it lets them know that what they are writing has some merit. No feedback can lead to no more writing, after all, why should anyone...
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