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Thu, 15 Mar 2018

Remembering Prepping

Hurricane Katrina was a wakeup call for many Americans, our family included. I lived in Connecticut at the time, with a wife and two young children. The realization that if there was a disaster, natural or otherwise, you were largely on your own was sobering. We endeavored to prep, as it were, and over the course of several years we built up a cache of storage food, water and essentials.

read more after the break...

posted at: 13:12 | path: / | permalink | hurricane, prepping, self-sufficiency