I started last summer when a friend mentioned she stocked up on wine to use as a bartering item in a SHTF scenario. Then she had to explain what that meant. My first thought was "A world without wine??????????"
Then I realized the implications and found these forums and am on my way to a good, varied stock of supplies.
I never, ever ever thought I would own a gun but I do now. I got a 20 gage shotgun and had my first lesson last week. It was sorta fun but if everything was sunshine and rainbows forever I would probably forget I even had it.
God Bless u guys. So glad u made it thru. Ur a perfect example of why we should all prep. Hope u all made ur thru I'm n glad to c u here. Stay well.Lived in Homestead Florida when Hurricane Andrew hit, days with no food, little water, little help for 2 weeks before the first really showed up, couldn't leave, no electricity for 4 months and 6 for some, no water, phones tends to make you be prepared next time. We got through it by stripping what was left of a trailer I owed of its gas stove and propane tanks to cook, we had about 100 gallons of clean water and another 50 gals that needed to be boiled before drinking. Some canned goods and the first day or two of what was in the refrigerator/freezer but not enough for 6 people in my family and neighbors also for more than a week.