Get Preparated!

– TEH BINKS IS not a prepper, nor prepped for any emergency past about a week. Like most of us, I have a couple of weeks worth of food here and there, a few candles (power black-out), a wood-stove (even though the genius NS government is pushing heat pumps instead, which work *so* well without power), a plethora of flashlights, a BBQ (powerless cooking), and a bottled water thingy (2-3 bottles if a big storm is a-coming). 327 more words


Chapter 5 Preview - "Bill Thomas"

You know those long-time friends of your mom or dad who end up being called “uncle” or “aunt” because of the deep bond they shared and the frequency of their visits? 2,001 more words


Journal Entry # 5

The summer season has been kind to us. The first fruits of the spring sewing time began to come in; potatoes, tomatoes, green peppers, a few types of beans – just to name a few. 451 more words


The 10 Types of Fictional Apocalypses (And What They Mean)


Anything but zombies please!

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Zombie apocalypse fiction – Ruth’s story #122 Aftermath of the battle on the farm #SHTF #TEOTWAWKI

A few hours after the fighting ceased, once most of the clean-up was completed enough so that some normalcy (if it could ever be called that) returned to camp Sam, held a staff meeting beside the burnt-out remains of the farmhouse. 984 more words

Zombie Apocalypse

Ebola- Shelter in Place Isolation Jump Start Preparations

Okay, so you have come to the conclusion that it would be a very smart idea to get some supplies together. But where to start? Below is just a jump start to get you going. 1,002 more words


Journal Entry # 4

After the firefight, we regrouped, had a handful of “After Action Report” type meetings in between the next few patrols to discuss what happened, what we did right, what we did wrong, possible solutions we could implement to do things differently. 713 more words