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  1. Keith

    Alone In The Wilderness 2

  2. Keith

    Cannons For Retreat Defence.

    At this present time, owning a cannon would be frowned upon, but after it has all gone to hell in a hand cart & there is no longer any law enforcement to protect us:rofl::rofl::rofl:, then anything goes, right? So, if you are looking for some big guns, now is the time to get them. You can pick...
  3. Keith

    For The Survival Homestead. Something To Consider.

    For The Survival Homestead. Something to consider. Many of the old crafts & skills have been forgotten, & for the most part are only used in 18th century Living History. Skills such as spinning & weaving are often restricted to use in special interest groups & few ordinary common people posses...
  4. Keith

    The Importance Of Seed Saving.

    Very important to save your own seed, for the home, & for taking with you if you have to leave. http://www.ucalgary.ca/utoday/issue/2016-12-12/english-prof-unearths-surprising-history-seed-banks
  5. 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...
  6. Keith

    Been Busy Here.

    An out of control bush fire just 6 kilometers away today! I started clearing brush the day before yesterday. I started thinking about all those tall saplings & decided & would try constructing a small palisade & shelter using these saplings instead of using the larger trees to construct a log...
  7. Keith

    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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