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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Welcome New Members

Welcome new Washington members:


Retired Army Spook, living in the Northwest. Not much to say, except it's raining and I'm bored stiff!

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I guess I was a prepper long before anyone was called that - or a survivalist. I just thought of it as part of smart every day living to make sure you had a stock of supplies in case of emergency. My Dad lived thru the Great Depression and taught me the motto of "use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without". Even tho he was a "man's man" & had been a soldier in both world wars he also knew how to cook, sew, clean, garden, can foods, etc.

These things stuck with me as I grew up & moved to the mountains of Washington state. I learned to go shopping once a month or less in the winter - how to stock up, make great meals with what you have on hand, cook on wood stoves or campfires year round, take care of animals (still can't bring myself to kill them tho *laughs*), etc. I did these things because of necessity at the time - not because I thought in the future there might be a political collapse, Armageddon, alien invasion, etc.

I guess I'm still not very paranoid about those things happening but I do believe in being prepared in case of natural disasters or crazies of the world. I'll be honest & say I'm more afraid of the ultra religious Christians than I am of the Muslims or any other religious or political groups. :lol:

Anyway, I still stash things away like a crazed squirrel as winter nears. And I want to become even better prepared "just in case". Pardon me tho if I don't make a pretty tinfoil hat.

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I just moved to the Seattle area from North Carolina a few months ago. I have been into prepping for a few years now, but there is always something new to learn.

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Greetings all. Avid prepper here who is glad to be among such strong, self-reliant folks. I've been lurking for quite a while and realized that the best way to plan and to spread the message is to become more involved. Looking forward to learning from some of you life-long preppers!

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