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15 responses to Connect

  1. Maureen March 19th, 2012 at 9:35 am

    A better magazine theme will make the blog looks nicer:)

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  2. Watchman73 March 21st, 2012 at 5:58 am

    This is a great website and source of info for like-minded people! I’m going to post the link on my site as well. Lets prepare spiritually and physically to endure. Keep up the good work!
    Watchman73
    bythebloodofthelamb.wordpress.com

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  3. Jack March 21st, 2012 at 11:33 am

    simple design

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  4. karen Hiott April 2nd, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    I have very limited money and I have always known that we will have a collapse of some sort and I had all kinds of food and then things happened now I am in the process of dehydrating food and trying to get everything I can on my budget but the one thing I do need is water I have tried calling places and seeing about the barrels and so on and this is very costly can you help me in trying to find a way to store water I have some for toilet use as the containers I had you couldn’t use for water?

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  5. toddzombie April 2nd, 2012 at 5:40 pm

    Karen,

    You can use 2 liter bottles. I have posted articles about doing this. If you don’t drink soda, you can ask friends and neighbors who do to save them for you.

    Here is a link to the tag page for “water.” You will find a lot of helpful info. here – https://www.prepperwebsite.com/tag/water

    Also, you can hit up Craigslist for some cheap barrels to store water. You don’t have buy new. Also, Cheaper than Dirt sells a product called Water Bob that is great for only $20.

    Also, I would check out Steve Harris’ free mp3 on Family Preparedness. He address this issue. You can find it here – http://www.knowledgepublications.com/free_stuff_to_download_mp3_video_pdf_files.htm

    I hope that helps!
    Peace,
    Todd

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  6. gray fox 114 April 7th, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    There was a large West coast gun show this week, a 3 day event, in Reno, Nevada. It was held at the Grand Sierra Resort, the former Hilton.I went early and on a weekday,to “beat the weekend crowds.” Wrong, wrong, wrong. It was a sight to cause liberal heart failure! The ballroom of the hotel and the overflow area, were too small for all the exhibits and vendors, but the crowd was the real issue! One hour after opening, you could not get near most tables, especially those selling mags and ammo! No dealing, it’s here and this much, and I saw no complaining. The people doing the most brisk business were those renting hand trucks to those wanting to take their ammo out! Amazing! I saw few gun sales, but they were available. Being from Calif., I don’t even ask……..sad. Purchases of $500.00 were not at all uncommon, what in the world is going on? In a word, I think, the citizenry has their equipment, now hey want to make sure they have the ability to keep it running. Just a comment from someone who has been attending this show for years….
    I think people are aware.

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  7. Cissy April 12th, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    I am fairly new at this, it is getting easier. My family thinks I am nuts! Oh well! By the way, great website!

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  8. Survival Sherpa July 4th, 2012 at 7:13 am

    Todd, first let me thank you for linking my site to yours! You are providing a great service to our preparedness community. The way you got started is a hoot…similar to my story as a teacher…just not as funny 🙂

    Hat tip to you: You linked my article Survival Sunday Roundup and I got an increase in visitor traffic with over 600 views that day! Many thanks and blessings on you and yours this Independence Day!

    Semper Paratus!

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  9. flora hydroponics July 8th, 2012 at 12:28 pm

    My spouse and I stumbled over here by a different web
    page and thought I might as well check things out.
    I like what I see so now i am following you.
    Look forward to finding out about your web page for a second time.

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  10. Craig Burr December 12th, 2018 at 10:53 am

    How do we go about linking our sites here?

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  11. Todd - Prepper Website December 12th, 2018 at 6:04 pm

    Craig,

    Send me an email todd [dot] sepulveda [@] prepperwebsite [dot] com

    Peace,
    Todd

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  12. Joseph February 12th, 2021 at 12:20 pm

    I’m a retired Fireman. I was sent from Alabama to Cameron Parish in late December 2005. As most kno, two hurricanes hit the area. The destruction I saw was on a scale I didn’t know was possible.
    So i started to get more serious on prepping. I have been researching since that time.
    I found many things both useful and useless. Medical supplies where always in short supply. So, while I am not a doctor, I do have an understanding of the medical field. My group of preppers are packed according the main job they will do. Cooking, etc.
    So Through all my fesearch, I found nearly everything I need for SHTF senerios save one thing. While most medications can be synthesized by natural resources, the most important one to me is the one my son takes. “Synthroid” His thyroid sh$$ the bed and it was removed. I know it can be synthesized using a pigs thyroid.
    My question is. Is there a better way in nature to cover that severw shortfall? I doubt pigs will be in easy supply. He is allergic to anything with iodine in it. When his meds run out, he starts a very shattering slow death.
    So if anyone knows anything else about making this medication I would deeply appreciate it.

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  13. Debbie April 10th, 2022 at 9:30 pm

    Joseph:

    This was something that concerned me years ago, as my mother had Hashimoto’s syndrome and I was very concerned if something happened to interrupt her thyroid medication. It turned out that something I have growing in my yard supposedly can treat it. It being a tree which is referred to as a Bauhinia purpurea or commonly known as an Orchid or Butterfly tree. A bark extract is supposed to be able to increase T3 and T4 levels.

    The issue, of course, is that the individual must have a thyroid that is at least functioning a little. I have two friends that have had their thyroids removed and nothing but thyroid extract can help them.

    If his problem is hyperthroidism, I seem to remember that the roots were supposed to be able to treat that. Also, the leaves are supposed to be helpful for diabetics.

    This is a semi-tropical plant and will freeze easily. We had a hard freeze last year that killed it to the ground, but it came back. Actually, they all came back. It is self-seeding and spreads. I have a little grove of them.

    I researched this years ago and seemed to remember that I found a couple of reputable scientific papers on the properties of the different parts of the plants, but can’t find it easily now. But at least you know where to look to be able to research it yourself. Hope this helps you.

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  14. roger mueller June 6th, 2022 at 8:49 pm

    family dollar almost no canned veggies.Texas

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  15. Corbin Schon June 11th, 2022 at 1:24 pm

    I have a question. And was hoping you could help. I have a pantry that I have no other place to keep it but the garage. I know everywhere I read it says not to keep it in the garage. I have everything on shelves and water on pallets. I monitor the temp. I have a portable AC unit in the garage as well as fans. It’s 95* outside. In the garage, it is 74*. At night the temps will drop. Any opinions on whether the food will make it long-term storage. I have freeze-dried food in cans and mylar bags, canned food, soon to can my own food and store it in there also, bottled water, and food I’ve put in mylar bags myself. Looking for some advice. Thank you. I have nowhere else to put things but don’t want to waste money my doing this if it won’t be worth it.

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