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- Sat Dec 05, 2020 4:57 pm
- Forum: General Preparedness
- Topic: Comedy relief for Corona Corona
- Replies: 18
- Views: 713
Ah some needed humour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55fqjw2J1vI Fitting for any WHO meeting, department of health, groups of politicians for any any flavor and most sadly, those on whom we entrust with our nations preparedness levels and who like the little toadies they are have not stood up to th...
- Sat Dec 05, 2020 4:17 pm
- Forum: General Preparedness
- Topic: Master Maintenance List
- Replies: 12
- Views: 236
Need your ideas folks. Don’t be shy!. Landscaping, Gardening .. Drain water from any water filled earth “rollers” keep plug close so you can find in spring. Spray hole with rust treatment Remove any dried up hose and spray nozzle washers and purchase replacements for following spring. Turn off exter...
- Sat Dec 05, 2020 3:57 pm
- Forum: General Canadian Discussions
- Topic: No shortages?
- Replies: 138
- Views: 4116
Well bread yeast has been non existent at Walmart for some time. It was around this summer but poof, gone again various brands of cheese as well. We don’t go inside anymore so can only speak to on line orders. But between placing the order and picking it up, many a time the normal staples are not av...
Per Heli. We plan for “it”. Some of the huge takeaways I learnt and observed in my profession were. Practice situational awareness Listen to everyone’s story and you will find the smoking gun, but you must be neutral. person in a suit or flip flops, conservative or commie.... shut up and take it all...
Car battery update; wife’s battery was one year old. “Delco”. A dud that would not keep charge and replaced under warranty. 1.5 years ago I had a top of line interstate battery in my suv and it was not holding charge after nine months ago and had it swapped and ok now. Like so many things made today...
- Tue Dec 01, 2020 10:32 pm
- Forum: Gardening and agriculture
- Topic: Protective Hedge
- Replies: 8
- Views: 119
When we purchased our property, I very quickly learnt what prickly ash is! As I was clearing boundaries to get survey crew in, I encountered this shrub tree that instantly grabbed my attention in a very painful *@*$$”)* way. Short and very sharp thorns all on the very rigid branches. Went through je...
Had noted this issue in the maintenance list but didn’t think it would apply to my situation. Wife went to start the car the other day and dead battery, easy boost but still dead. One year old battery but here’s the likely issue, since March , it’s hardly been driven and I think the last time was ov...
Part 2. See part 1 further below. To junk yourself down, should when appropriate go beyond the clothing and demeanor. You may wish to create a new person or situation with neighbors. Let’s say your neighbors know you as being middle income...if things look like they are really going sideways and you...
- Mon Nov 30, 2020 3:40 pm
- Forum: Survive and Thrive
- Topic: Survival in the Bush. 1954 NFB film.
- Replies: 4
- Views: 67
I worked up in James bay for about seven years and they used the conventional Teepee frame for the summer and a wider / larger but flat roofed one for the winter. Thin black spruce frame covered in plastic with some spruce boughts and a wood stove in the middle. They would use for a few months and m...