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Practical Prepping Protocol even if Poor

 
Pooka  (OP)

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PinkOrchid, how well prepped are you?
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Mentally as well as can be expected , rational logical thinker , chose an island for community solidarity and to limit issues from mainland breakdown and disease spread and for sustainability.

I have a minimal amount of supplies , perhaps a month.

On the percentage scale I would say 30-50%.

I'm not in a volcanic area , nor subject to flooding.
The only thing I need to be concerned about would be a huge tidal wave , or an invasion force.
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


I'm at about 50 ft. elevation, right next to the Pacific, with a fault line expected to blow any time now. If not that, if, for example, an asteroid visited the Pacific, a tsunami would have me and my girls [dogs] in a heartbeat, because there is NO PLACE anywhere nearby to go high enough to escape. Being ill and disabled [oh poor me LOL] I don't see a long survival after SHTF or TEOTWAKI. Thus - I'll add to preps as I can, but not anxiously.

Glad you have found your safe space! Well done! Why so few preps, however? You must not have great access to goods in the best of times - shopping requires a little travel?
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How prepped?

I'd estimate about 80%. There is always more to do.

If that dam lets go, that number could change. I'd wish I had a boat, LOL.
 Quoting: Crunch62


Crunch, we need to get you a boat! Or a barge? Something large that floats. How we gonna do this? Gotta do it!

C'mon gang - ideas for Crunch's boat, to get him and his out of the wet way of broken dams!!!!!
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How prepped?

I'd estimate about 80%. There is always more to do.

If that dam lets go, that number could change. I'd wish I had a boat, LOL.
 Quoting: Crunch62


Crunch, we need to get you a boat! Or a barge? Something large that floats. How we gonna do this? Gotta do it!

C'mon gang - ideas for Crunch's boat, to get him and his out of the wet way of broken dams!!!!!
 Quoting: Pooka


Old oil drums welder together carefully , wooden crates layer across the top surface, used prefab walls and roof.

Just need a decent outboard and a rudder with steering.

Ya just need to float.

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Crunch, we need to get you a boat! Or a barge? Something large that floats. How we gonna do this? Gotta do it!

C'mon gang - ideas for Crunch's boat, to get him and his out of the wet way of broken dams!!!!!
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


Old oil drums welder together carefully , wooden crates layer across the top surface, used prefab walls and roof.

Just need a decent outboard and a rudder with steering.

Ya just need to float.


Whoaaa!!!! All that is well within Crunch's wheelhouse - he does everything and more! Crunch, how about that? Got access to the barrels?
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People, this is about as off-topic as can be, but I want you to have this wonderful Sunday gift, via PinkOrchid - please visit this thread and leave some wonderful behind when you are done.
Thread: Nothing Like A Nun Strutting Her Godly Stuff. - Vid
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People, this is about as off-topic as can be, but I want you to have this wonderful Sunday gift, via PinkOrchid - please visit this thread and leave some wonderful behind when you are done.
Thread: Nothing Like A Nun Strutting Her Godly Stuff. - Vid
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Thanks Pooks , I'm really gonna get in the poop now lol

Only joking you know what I mean.
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People, this is about as off-topic as can be, but I want you to have this wonderful Sunday gift, via PinkOrchid - please visit this thread and leave some wonderful behind when you are done.
Thread: Nothing Like A Nun Strutting Her Godly Stuff. - Vid
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Thanks Pooks , I'm really gonna get in the poop now lol

Only joking you know what I mean.
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Sorry to have removed your post but had already removed the one you copied. No clue who that was - if you know, PM me pls. Reported and banned
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Whoaaa!!!! All that is well within Crunch's wheelhouse - he does everything and more! Crunch, how about that? Got access to the barrels?
 Quoting: Pooka


Well, I have one steel drum that might work, and three plastic ones (but they contain my water storage).

So...no.

But I do have a bunch of empty plastic jugs in the 4-5 qt size (think motor oil) that I could probably rope together and top off with a couple of pallets.

We got this. ;)
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People, this is about as off-topic as can be, but I want you to have this wonderful Sunday gift, via PinkOrchid - please visit this thread and leave some wonderful behind when you are done.
Thread: Nothing Like A Nun Strutting Her Godly Stuff. - Vid
 Quoting: Pooka


Thanks Pooks , I'm really gonna get in the poop now lol

Only joking you know what I mean.
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Sorry to have removed your post but had already removed the one you copied. No clue who that was - if you know, PM me pls. Reported and banned
 Quoting: Pooka


No idea , cockroaches infest everywhere.
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Whoaaa!!!! All that is well within Crunch's wheelhouse - he does everything and more! Crunch, how about that? Got access to the barrels?
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Well, I have one steel drum that might work, and three plastic ones (but they contain my water storage).

So...no.

But I do have a bunch of empty plastic jugs in the 4-5 qt size (think motor oil) that I could probably rope together and top off with a couple of pallets.

We got this. ;)
 Quoting: Crunch62


Looking forward to photos of your barge! We'll all feel better once you have all those empty plastic jugs fastened together and ready to go!
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I don't know if this video has been posted but I find it to contain useful info for those with diabetes, and how to deal with same in a SHTF scenario:

The title is:

Prepping with diabetes - how to survive after a disaster

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I don't know if this video has been posted but I find it to contain useful info for those with diabetes, and how to deal with same in a SHTF scenario:

The title is:

Prepping with diabetes - how to survive after a disaster


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Thank you so much for this! We've had several people inquiring about diabetic treatment after SHTF. People have suggested certain plants, etc. HOpe this video gives them the help they need.

Very thoughtful of you! Blessings on your head!
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I am joining this thread at Pooka's invitation. I have 31 years of experience in preparedness and response, having worked previously as a firefighter/paramedic in multiple jurisdictions around north Georgia. I also hold a master's degree in Emergency Management. I currently still work in a semi-preparedness capacity but in a much more behind the scenes way. I left field response at the end of 2002. All this being said, I make no claims of being anything approaching an "expert". There is always tons to learn in this field. I hope to review this thread soon and contribute where I can. Thanks, Pooka.
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I am joining this thread at Pooka's invitation. I have 31 years of experience in preparedness and response, having worked previously as a firefighter/paramedic in multiple jurisdictions around north Georgia. I also hold a master's degree in Emergency Management. I currently still work in a semi-preparedness capacity but in a much more behind the scenes way. I left field response at the end of 2002. All this being said, I make no claims of being anything approaching an "expert". There is always tons to learn in this field. I hope to review this thread soon and contribute where I can. Thanks, Pooka.
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Welcome aboard Georgia~
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I am joining this thread at Pooka's invitation. I have 31 years of experience in preparedness and response, having worked previously as a firefighter/paramedic in multiple jurisdictions around north Georgia. I also hold a master's degree in Emergency Management. I currently still work in a semi-preparedness capacity but in a much more behind the scenes way. I left field response at the end of 2002. All this being said, I make no claims of being anything approaching an "expert". There is always tons to learn in this field. I hope to review this thread soon and contribute where I can. Thanks, Pooka.
 Quoting: Georgia Geoprepper


Holy Toledo, Geoprepper! Had no idea you have all those qualifications! We welcome you wholeheartedly! So glad you have joined us!

Please feel free to contribute in any area, and correct us if you find we have erred.
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JD Are you around? Missing your text here!
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Pooka, those Scarlet Runner Beans are climbing like crazy on the structure, past 7' tall at this point. No beans yet, though.
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Pooka, those Scarlet Runner Beans are climbing like crazy on the structure, past 7' tall at this point. No beans yet, though.
 Quoting: Crunch62


Congratulations! I love it~! Was just thinking about you and them - yesterday I went through my seeds and found a true treasure I had totally forgotten - heirloom Scarlet Runner Beans!! I haven't any place to plant them which they could climb up, but I have two hanging baskets in front and they can surely dangle themselves and intertwine that way. As they become too long, I will pick up the ends, wind them around a chain, and let them grow downward again! Just put them in water to soak overnight a few minutes ago!

Do yours have the beautiful red flowers yet?

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Do yours have the beautiful red flowers yet?
 Quoting: Pooka


Yes. Lots of red flowers.


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And tall, too! This thing is like 9' high and they are nearly there.


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Whoaaa!!!! All that is well within Crunch's wheelhouse - he does everything and more! Crunch, how about that? Got access to the barrels?
 Quoting: Pooka


Well, I have one steel drum that might work, and three plastic ones (but they contain my water storage).

So...no.

But I do have a bunch of empty plastic jugs in the 4-5 qt size (think motor oil) that I could probably rope together and top off with a couple of pallets.

We got this. ;)
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Just a few concepts to help you on your way.

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Just a thought , this is marketable too , especially for those who reside in flood prone area's , they may not find boating interesting , but to have one of these as a safety measure should a flood come to their area , is worth it.

I'm thinking Florida and places like that.

If you have the skill why not use it to get what you personally need for your own survival.
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Do yours have the beautiful red flowers yet?
 Quoting: Pooka


Yes. Lots of red flowers.


IMAGE ( [link to i.imgur.com (secure)] )


And tall, too! This thing is like 9' high and they are nearly there.


IMAGE ( [link to i.imgur.com (secure)] )

 Quoting: Crunch62


Love the photos! Thanks!! Leaves curling looks like they need quite a bit more water.

The beans will surprise you. Until you become accustomed to spotting them, they look just like the vines, pretty much. Once you have spotted a couple, it will become much easier to see them. They are generally behind leaves and new blossoms and are just growing themselves long, very quietly. :)

I'm jealous - loving seeing them! Hope the roots in containers are adequate to support all the beans the plants wish to make, which is more than you'll believe, if it all works correctly. I've never tried in containers - don't even know if they will work in the hanging baskets, but I just have to try.

Thank you for sharing!! I might suggest you stand in front of the plants and just look at them. Just look closely and see what you see.
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Just a thought , this is marketable too , especially for those who reside in flood prone area's , they may not find boating interesting , but to have one of these as a safety measure should a flood come to their area , is worth it.

I'm thinking Florida and places like that.

If you have the skill why not use it to get what you personally need for your own survival.
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


That's a really great idea! People would buy those in a heartbeat - getting something really cool at far less the cost of a commercial model.
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Just a thought , this is marketable too , especially for those who reside in flood prone area's , they may not find boating interesting , but to have one of these as a safety measure should a flood come to their area , is worth it.

I'm thinking Florida and places like that.

If you have the skill why not use it to get what you personally need for your own survival.
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


That's a really great idea! People would buy those in a heartbeat - getting something really cool at far less the cost of a commercial model.
 Quoting: Pooka


Just a couple of modifications to the second last vid.

I would use marine varnish on those boards to ensure a longer lifetime.

With the hole in the middle I would cut another drum in half and place it in the hole , using the other half as a hinged lid.
This would if done well , provide water proof containment of goods you didn't want getting wet and also a place to put a small table on top for a work area.

I would also think about making a cage for the outboard to stop junk being pulled into the motor.

Another issue that would concern me in the southern waters is water snakes and I would put some sort of impediment to them just sliding on board.
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Love the photos! Thanks!! Leaves curling looks like they need quite a bit more water.

I'm jealous - loving seeing them! Hope the roots in containers are adequate to support all the beans the plants wish to make, which is more than you'll believe, if it all works correctly. I've never tried in containers
 Quoting: Pooka


I water them every morning. Trying to be conscious of not overwatering.

We have issues here with NOT planting in containers or raised beds.

Hard red clay soil, which is like concrete this time of year.

Slugs and caterpillars, which are ubiquitous.

Gophers. I hate them. That is all.
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Just a couple of modifications to the second last vid.

I would use marine varnish on those boards to ensure a longer lifetime.

With the hole in the middle I would cut another drum in half and place it in the hole , using the other half as a hinged lid.
This would if done well , provide water proof containment of goods you didn't want getting wet and also a place to put a small table on top for a work area.

I would also think about making a cage for the outboard to stop junk being pulled into the motor.

Another issue that would concern me in the southern waters is water snakes and I would put some sort of impediment to them just sliding on board.
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


You just ruined the whole concept for me with your mention of snakes. Done now!

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Just a couple of modifications to the second last vid.

I would use marine varnish on those boards to ensure a longer lifetime.

With the hole in the middle I would cut another drum in half and place it in the hole , using the other half as a hinged lid.
This would if done well , provide water proof containment of goods you didn't want getting wet and also a place to put a small table on top for a work area.

I would also think about making a cage for the outboard to stop junk being pulled into the motor.

Another issue that would concern me in the southern waters is water snakes and I would put some sort of impediment to them just sliding on board.
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


You just ruined the whole concept for me with your mention of snakes. Done now!
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lol Yeah well , I'm thinking about emergency situations when there is flooding and all the wild life gets on the move , snakes included and if you're on the water , you will need to keep an eye out for them too.

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I water them every morning. Trying to be conscious of not overwatering.

We have issues here with NOT planting in containers or raised beds.

Hard red clay soil, which is like concrete this time of year.

Slugs and caterpillars, which are ubiquitous.

Gophers. I hate them. That is all.
 Quoting: Crunch62


Slugs. SLUGS. We have SLUGS!!! Everywhere - even unexpected places. I threw away my Hostas because slugs ate them to the ground every time they came up. Lovely plants but not worth tearing my hair.

Gophers I've had a few - not a lot. Slugs - oh Lordy! And now somebody has gone and brought in snails! Now snails turn up in pots and planters and on everything.

If your containers have drainage holes in the bottom, no worries about overwatering. Takes a long time to soak them enough - all the first at least two or three gallons is just run-off til the soil is moist enough to hold the water. I have three large planters on the ground in front and two hanging baskets. Takes me a good 45 minutes to water them enough that the run-off stops and they start holding water.

Here's a secret someone told me last year, just a month too late to use it. Place sanitary napkins in the bottoms of hanging baskets and other planters that won't hold water long. Get the kind with no gel in them. This will help the roots stay watered longer. You can bet my hanging baskets are sporting feminine comfort products this season! LOL Hidden, of course, between matting and soil. Hoping this works very well.
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You just ruined the whole concept for me with your mention of snakes. Done now!
 Quoting: Pooka


lol Yeah well , I'm thinking about emergency situations when there is flooding and all the wild life gets on the move , snakes included and if you're on the water , you will need to keep an eye out for them too.
 Quoting: Pinkorchid- Not NPC


Thank the good Lord I don't live near poisonous snakes. Won't be on the water. In case of tsunami, water will be on me!
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