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    All these pics are great! Especially yours,...

    All these pics are great! Especially yours, Rick--very funny!
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    Sticky: Bought this flint and steel kit online the other...

    Bought this flint and steel kit online the other day. Can't wait to get it and try it out!

    http://www.black-bear-haversack.com/images/EAGLE_Flint_and_Steel_Striker_Kit.jpg
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    Sticky: Picked this book up at Borders the other day:...

    Picked this book up at Borders the other day: "Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America: A Field-To-Kitchen Guide"

    http://www.borders.com/ProductImages/products/00/02/47/b/2476207_b.jpg
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    Sticky: Did some pre-winter gardening in my survival...

    Did some pre-winter gardening in my survival garden. Fertilized for the last time to give my plants a boost before it gets really cold. Used Protogrow--the stuff is amazing. Also put a light layer...
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    Sticky: Planted some late season sweet corn in my garden...

    Planted some late season sweet corn in my garden and am starting to harvest a bit of it. AHH! Nothing better than home grown, organic sweet corn!
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    Sticky: LMAO. Good stuff.

    LMAO. Good stuff.
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    Sticky: Just curious: How many people would rather...

    Just curious: How many people would rather stay-put in an emergency or flee? I guess I'd considered myself prepared for both, but more so for staying-put (if circumstances allow it). Maybe I should...
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    Sticky: I did some planting in my garden for Fall...

    I did some planting in my garden for Fall harvest: radishes, carrots, kale, and cauliflower. Fortunately, it stays warm enough here that I can plant in mid-summer and still get plenty of crop...
  9. I had squirrel stew when I was younger. That's...

    I had squirrel stew when I was younger. That's as adventurous as I've ever been. And it was enough.
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    Sticky: Let us know how that generator works. Was...

    Let us know how that generator works. Was thinking of getting a Troy Bilt one...
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    Sticky: Hmm, apparently nobody did anything this week to...

    Hmm, apparently nobody did anything this week to prepare? Not good. I picked cucumbers from my survival garden and pickled them with dill from my garden. Got a good 20 mason jars full of them.
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    Sticky: Haha, Rick, too funny. And completely accurate! ...

    Haha, Rick, too funny. And completely accurate! Sometimes ya just have to go out and buy something and then "lose" the receipt!
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    Sticky: So true. My dad had one when I was a kid and we...

    So true. My dad had one when I was a kid and we used it all the way up into my 30's. It finally lost it's battle with age, but man, we used it all the time for years!

    I haven't used my new one...
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    Sticky: Welcome tatersalad! Better late than never! ...

    Welcome tatersalad! Better late than never!

    This week I bought a Coleman Dual Burner Stove. It's awesome!!!

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41cahOZPFxL._AA400_.jpg
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    Sticky: Ha! I know what you mean, Alaskan Survivalist! ...

    Ha! I know what you mean, Alaskan Survivalist! I purchased one about a year ago too, and every time I use it, I find something new it can do! I have to say, it is a bit unnerving to trust yourself...
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    Sticky: Worked in my garden. My peas are ready, so...

    Worked in my garden. My peas are ready, so picked a bunch of those yesterday and had some with dinner last night. Here's a few pics of them!
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    Sticky: This is all true and a very good point. The old...

    This is all true and a very good point. The old cliche "How can you help others if you can't help yourself?" is a cliche for a reason.

    Kyratshooter--I, too, am sorry for your loss. ...
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    Sticky: Ahh, look at 'em grow! These are my peas from my...

    Ahh, look at 'em grow! These are my peas from my survival garden. I planted them back in February and they are coming up fantastically!!!
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    Here's another really good link from Wildman...

    Here's another really good link from Wildman Steve: http://foragingpictures.com/ I like it because it specifically lists inedible and poisonous plants and then breaks mushrooms up into edible and...
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    Sticky: This week I traded seeds with my neighbor. She...

    This week I traded seeds with my neighbor. She had some zucchini, cucumber, and squash seeds and I gave her some pea, eggplant, and lettuce seeds! I think we both made out pretty well!
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    Sticky: 2dumb2kwit--Really! The yellow haze has arrived....

    2dumb2kwit--Really! The yellow haze has arrived. Well, thankfully I think it's gone for the year. I need to hose my house off!

    That's one thing about living around here that I could do without!
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    Sticky: Planted lettuce seeds last Thursday--and they're...

    Planted lettuce seeds last Thursday--and they're already growing! Plan on planting my peas and kale seed this weekend. So glad Spring is here!
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    Regardless of whether or not the numbers add up, this story gets the point across that it's important to be frugal, know how to grow your own food, and know how to trade and barter with others in...
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    This is phenomenal! I agree that it is not an...

    This is phenomenal! I agree that it is not an ideal way to garden, but if you have no other way to grow your own food, and you really want to, I think this is an amazing solution! And yes, if may...
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    Sticky: I worked in my garden this morning. The weather...

    I worked in my garden this morning. The weather is getting warmer and it's time to get growing again! I have one of those survival seed bank kits you keep hearing about in the news, and I'll tell...
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