Today we present the audio companion to our “Food on the Fin” series. Hope you enjoy it and find it useful!
Our first plan was to get some neat fish cover in the newly built pond before it built. And if there had been even a single day between ‘dam built’ and ‘pond full’ that might have happened. But nope, the… Continue Reading
Salty and Spice get down to business talking about the guns that the two open carry while at The Place. Glocks are also used by the pair as two of their prime home defense weapons, and one of the smaller… Continue Reading
I posted this on YouTube a couple of years ago, but it’s kind of fun so I thought I would post it here as well… This is what The Place sounds like on a spring evening….
I’ve become an executive staff member of our county-wide emergency response team headquarters as a prep. As a member of the executive staff (volunteer position) I am a part of all conversations with our local emergency management governing body, and… Continue Reading
This is Part 2 of a series (see Part 1 by clicking here) on the site selection, design, construction, finishing & stocking a pond to hold fish and non-polluted water for emergency use. If you missed the first part, you can… Continue Reading
Eyeglasses are a prep that lots of people ignore, and for some it’s not a big deal… if you don’t wear them, then obviously for everyday activities you don’t need them, fair enough. BUT… if you DO wear them, at… Continue Reading
Today’s review is the ISSC M-22, the “.22 Glock Clone” whose purpose in the preppers/survivalists arsenal is to be an inexpensive trainer for Glock owners who can shoot .22LR instead of the more expensive center fire ammo that Glocks eat.… Continue Reading
Is it just me, or do many online “survivalist/preppers” come off to you as “all hat, no cattle” types? I’ve been reading posts on blogs & on forums, and I gotta admit some of them are just really making me… Continue Reading
We need food and water to survive. This post talks about how we addressed both issues at The Place. We spent years looking for acreages that 1) were big enough to build a survival retreat on that could support us;… Continue Reading