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2nd Gen Preppers: Proud Mama

This is a discussion on 2nd Gen Preppers: Proud Mama within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; At some point, all three of our girls were in Donian's path. Have two in NC-- one downeast, about to get the brunt of it. ...

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    2nd Gen Preppers: Proud Mama

    At some point, all three of our girls were in Donian's path. Have two in NC-- one downeast, about to get the brunt of it. She chided me. "Mom, don't call me to tell me there's a tornado warning in the middle of a tornado warning! I'm in the bathroom. I get notifications!"

    So I've been blogging about the storm and in the last post I did I asked, "Daughter C & The J-Man, Miss M. if you’re reading this, how about telling us what’s going on in your part of the world?"

    To which Daughter C replied:

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    I could not be more proud of them. They are taking responsibility for themselves. Miss M even has a few hundred feet of paracord stashed away. Just in case.
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    My wife was pregnant with #2 and toting #1 in a baby seat in our 1990 Pontiac Grand Am as I lead the way in a '69 Hurst Olds. I just separated from the Navy and we were traveling through hurricane Hugo from the Virginia coast back to Tennessee. Never happier to see a Holiday Inn near Roanoke. Still not sure how we survived.
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    "There is a destiny that shapes our ends, Rough, hew them as we will."

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    I'm getting my wife and daughter up to speed.

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    Great you are looking out for your loved ones. I do the same with my family here. Communication is a valuable tool.

    I need to look into getting a nice HAM radio set up with my dad so we can communicate if the grid goes offline.
    “What could I say to you that would be of value, except that perhaps you seek too much, that as a result of your seeking you cannot find.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragnarök View Post
    Great you are looking out for your loved ones. I do the same with my family here. Communication is a valuable tool.

    I need to look into getting a nice HAM radio set up with my dad so we can communicate if the grid goes offline.
    I've have six Boafeng radios sitting on my desk. Have a good book to study for the test. Even have someone who offered to help. But I've seriously dropped the ball on HAM. Need to pick it up.

 

 

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