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    Quote Originally Posted by TresMon View Post
    I tried raw deer heart and t-loin to see how it was and see how my gut handled it.
    Where, in this big nation of ours, is deer season still open in March?

    My prep of the week..... cutting enough firewood out of the local storm damage to last for a decade!
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    He said in another thread it was fresh road kill.

    http://www.wilderness-survival.net/f...iving-it/page6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    He said in another thread it was fresh road kill.

    http://www.wilderness-survival.net/f...iving-it/page6

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    So deer season never ends as long as you have a car or truck!

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    Not according to Nell. But she does hit more during deer season for some reason. Better aim?

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    Canteen Survival Kit was today's project.
    Last edited by Renatus; 03-21-2012 at 05:03 AM.

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    That is a lot of stuff in a canteen pouch!
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    I read this entire thread and many others. Joined the site.
    I changed the oil in my truck, 13 quarts.
    Bought my first first-aid kit. I'm currently working on my first BOB.
    Bought some throwing knives, axe and a book on throwing knives from amazon. Added a lot of items to my wish list(not all to be purchased there, but just to keep a list).
    I've never though of growing my own veggies, but once I have the time and resources, I will now.
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    Nada nothing zilch, been too busy woking on the laundry room, but then again, the only thing I can do to prep more than I already have is to store more food!

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    Gun show, added to stocks of ammo, brass, and Handi Rifles........
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    Cleaned out my truck, organized my garage(I rent it), practiced knife throwing and sharpened my axe
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    Updated Bug Out Bag with stuff from the gun show two weekends ago. Zeroed the scope on my new 6.8 SPC AR15 and I think with some time I am really going to like that rifle. I finished reading the SAS Survival Handbook. Next on the list is prepping my garden beds and finishing planting onions and potatos for this year.

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    I revised my emergency evacuation plan and my family and I practiced several different scenarios. I also purchased another 12 month food supply, so we are set for a long, long time!
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    I just finished my urban light weight first aid kit. Planning to buy a good flint and steel...
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    Rebuilt the utility trailer. New floor and sides. It is a homestead necessity and replaces a pickup truck for me.

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    Nice, .....Looks like hinges with removeable pins for take down?
    One can never have too many trailers.....
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    600 rounds of PMC 9mm ammo in a dry box...............Glock food!

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    Cleaned up our new land well enough to pitch tents and build a fire. Next step is to put out a fire ring and build a small clay oven for cooking. Hopefully by years' end we'll be able to put down a hand-pump well. It's two miles from the Creek, so the aquifer will be shallow, cold, and clean. We're going to start off with fencing in the front, garden right behind it (the property faces south) and let most of the rest stay woods except for a trail leading back to the "midway" where we'll start our "shack". The only area that is almost clean is in the very back and I'm going to set up a beehive or two back there to help pollinate all the huckleberries and muskadines. All the trees are really big so there aren't many herbs growing.
    We've got a lot of work to do to make it livable, but make no mistake; we want it to remain mostly the thick woods that it already is!

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    I added a cold steel tomahawk to my kit. Hit the dollar store for more peroxide, tuna salad, and first aid bandages.

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