These people were serious about there gardening. special watering valves. This greenhouse had 2 swamp coolers, 1 gas furnace, deionized (DI) water system
Mary Jane is BIG money…
It was full of dead iris plants and orchids
I was joking, but that is just the 'front" to make it all look legit.
Or maybe, like me, they are just doomsday preppers.
Nick, somehow I figured you were a prepper. Dont mean it in a bad way.
Thanks to Nick’s Big Survival List](http://www.nachi.org/emergency-inspector-help.htm), I’m fully prepared for December 21st, 2012.
Thats one hell of a list. I would need another home or bunker to store that much
I thought the idea of being a prepper was to be ready BEFORE, your about 4 months late.:mrgreen:
Maybe prepping was a big waste of my time and money. Maybe.
Awesome are you really set up or is that just the perfect list.
Great info and thanks for posting it.
I wish I had the funds to be that prepared as I certainly would in todays world.
Collect over time. Procure the items that get you through the first 24 hours first (defense and water). Then 3 days. Then 7 days.
Defense and water I am good on. I use delivered 5 gallon bottled water and always have around 12+ 5 gallon containers on hand plus filtering options. Defense I have covered. Food I can shoot or catch if really necessary. We have a likely 3 to 5 days worth of food on hand anyhow. It would be helpful to have some long term food storage stuff but I do not have the extra money to invest at this moment. Like you said defense and water are the most important.
I’m somewhat prepared
If you have stored plenty of water (way more than you probably think you need), guns and ammo, you have 99% of the list. All the rest amounts to the final 1% in terms of what’s really important to surviving.
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