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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Prepping is A lot of Work!


It has been a while since I have written on this blog. I hate that so much. When my laptop died on me I had thought that I could then use my tablet or my son's computer, but things happen and problem with my eye made it to where I can barely be on my tablet for more than 5 minutes at a time. Just has been a bad few months. BUT, I am still prepping and stocking up on items. Really in full-speed mode. Have a feeling it might all be needed soon. With all that is happening the world and even in this household.

I have gotten to where I have been buying my freeze-dried foods by the case , like this Mountain House Rice & Chicken #10 Can Freeze Dried Food - 6 Cans Per Case NEW!. I have new water filtration coming here in a few days. Bought a cheap older mini-van to convert the backend into a living space. Prepping takes so much work. I have even been selling anything that we don't use on ebay and on local facebook groups. Then using that money to buy more preps. That has helped a lot. You can sell a lot on local groups. Make a bit of money to go towards items that you need to survive. Every little bit helps.

Got my garden started last week. It is a lot bigger this time and growing a lot more. I can always share what we don't use or freeze it. Most likely some of it will be dehydrated.

But, I will try to get on this blog more and share some of the process of converting the min-van and sharing how the garden is going.

I just wanted all of you to know that I hadn't abandoned this blog. Just have been busy and such.

KEEP PREPPING!!

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