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    Smile Hello from MD

    Hello, I am a newbie prepper from MD. I am 15 and without my parents support on prepping, I am starting a emergency stash of canned goods and water. Any tips on low budget prepping would be greatly appreciated due to my insufficient funds. In addition, I am trying to learn to forge metal in which I will create my own tools.

    -Thanks
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    Hey welcome from the NJ shore

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    Work on BoB aka Bug out Bag..... Lightweight long shelf life stores are your best friend. Good Luck dont envy not having parents onboard. makes it tough but youll get lots of support in this community. Feel free to ask questions. No question is dumb except the one not asked.
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    Welcome from Texas.

    Quote Originally Posted by AsteroidX View Post
    Work on BoB aka Bug out Bag..... Lightweight long shelf life stores are your best friend. Good Luck dont envy not having parents onboard. makes it tough but youll get lots of support in this community. Feel free to ask questions. No question is dumb except the one not asked.
    Lot's of good information here. You can ask all the questions you want.

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    Welcome from Nevada. Going to bet that there are a bunch of people that wish they had started at a younger age, and that includes me. Best of luck with it and don't let yourself get discouraged.
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    Welcome the first step is to educate your self as to what is going on.
    Understand what and why you prep. Sad wold we live in some one your age has to even think about this, you should have a chance to enjoy a simpler life for a few more years.
    The world will not end tomorrow. Try to live a bit along the way.
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    New life as a house husband, major shift in duties.

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    After reading this Obama said I am on it.

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    Welcome from Mississippi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogiemonstor View Post
    Hello, I am a newbie prepper from MD. I am 15 and without my parents support on prepping, I am starting a emergency stash of canned goods and water. Any tips on low budget prepping would be greatly appreciated due to my insufficient funds. In addition, I am trying to learn to forge metal in which I will create my own tools.

    -Thanks
    You are at the age to do something many others have done for over a hundred years to help them prepare for whatever life throws at them - join the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts, depending on your gender. You will have fun and you will learn many valuable skills and life lessons.
    And welcome from Florida.
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    Thanks man!

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    Hello.... from a fellow Marylander

 

 

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