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  • Verna  says:

    I love the hay idea and I bet the horses do too. Thank you. Verna

    • Bev  says:

      Thanks Verna!

      Bev :)

  • calandman  says:

    Have you thought about making local Police, Firemen and City Political Campaign Contributions? Also joining their local support organizations. Same goes for getting involved with the local hospital and making a small donation or volunteering. We live in a place of about 100,000 population so getting to know these people on a first name basis would not be difficult or all that costly. I wouldn't depend on city services primarily but might as well have them on our side and friendly to us on a more personal basis. A couple hundred bucks might be money well spent. What do you think?

  • Lee  says:

    I just joined local Red Cross to begin volunteering for local disaster assistance with long term goal of being able to volunteer for larger scale assistance. I also feel it will help me with 'prepping' for my family.

  • Loretta  says:

    What happened to The Survivial Story? I really enjoyed reading the next installment of the diary each day. Please bring it back...thanks.

  • keebler  says:

    I'm Loving all the Great Ideas to use Mylar.I ordered a roll yesterday right after seeing the link. Love this web site.

  • Donna Olson  says:


    My name is Donna Olson and I am the associate manager for SurviveAfterCollapse hosted at
    I was visiting your website and I can see you have a great resource of content about preparedness. I also noticed that you promote lots of products through ads on your home page. I believe you are also the owner of, due to the fact there is the same email address for contact.

    We offer advice about living with awareness and we address to people that are interested in preparedness, self-sufficiency and living frugally - so your platform would be a good fit for us.
    And we sell informational products - products that have a large margin of profit.

    We would like to collaborate with you and your website. We'd like to invite you to join our associate program and start earning cash from a link to us (as your visitors buy the Survive After Collapse Package from us). I can see that you have a lot of like-minded readers, so I'd like to propose you to be our partner and make this offer to them. I think this product would be something that your subscribers would be very interested in:
    Here is the link to the description of our associate program:

    Our offer is quite unique and I believe would provide your visitors with significant value when compared to our competitors (PLUS OTHER ADVANTAGES you will find on the affiliate program page). This product is non-competitive to your business, but it's wanted by customers like yours. I would like you to offer my product to your LIST, I believe that you will be able to receive some very impressive profits. You can also put a banner on your home page so your viewers can click and you can start earning when they buy from us.

    When your subscribers enter, they will be presented with an offer of $49.97 for the whole Survive After Collapse Package, which we are still improving it by continuously split-­testing. There is also the possibility of discount when they exit the page (we offer 2 discounts: 1st at $39 and 2nd at $29). We also push an UPSELL of $79.97 after the customers pay for the first package. (It's one of the most comprehensive survival packages on preparedness and survival on the market. This product comes with 2 FREE BONUSES: Long Term Survival Skills plus The Black Book Of Guns. The first one shows the customer how to prepare for long term survival while the second one teaches him how to use pistols and other weapons for his personal and his family protection.)
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    You can preview our Video Sales Letter here:

    Let me know if you're interested or feel free to go ahead and sign­up with the affiliate program online - you can create your hoplink here:
    I can also provide custom emails and a wide variety of banners (you can check for your list.
    Let me know if you're interested or feel free to go ahead and sign-up with the affiliate program online. It will only take about 10 minutes of your time and this can mean thousands of dollars in your pocket.

    I'll be looking forward to hearing from you and working with you at your earliest convenience.

    If you have any other suggestions, or maybe some other websites that you own, I am open to any interesting idea.

    Kindest regards,

    Donna Olson
    SurviveAfterCollapse Associate Manager

  • TPSnodgrass  says:

    Most unfortunate that this site is no longer active or being added to. It should be removed due to lack of interest by the website owner/s, must be being kept "alive" by the hits on adverts sites. Several months of no new articles or other information.

  • TPSnodgrass  says:

    I didn't know this was your site, Rourke, as one who is approaching "seasonedcitizenstatus", I was very disappointed that there wasn't more information up-to-date on here. Guess that makes me Prepperselfish! Apologies, but I know you cant be everywhere.

  • Kathy Young  says:

    Re: Lower back problems. I've had 4 orthopedists and 3 PTs. One of the best tips I got was for posture. Sit and walk as though you have a string attached to the top of your head, pulling upwards. You sit and walk straighter, and that takes pressure off your lower back. It does help. I'm 11 years past my fall down stairs, and I manage with ibuprofen and exercises now.

  • Sherie Swartz  says:

    I was wondering about the bean soup.
    Is there a reason all the ingredients have to Be in separate buckets??
    It would by much easier to use 2 gamma lids and save $ on the 6 others,
    But open only One pail at a tins ( where all the ingrediance are already per portioned our??,?

    Ready -is if a oil / moisture issue???
    I would love to know so I can complete our family meals.

    Thanks so much

    Sherie from Utah ;)

  • Jan Freeman  says:

    I know the site owner is no longer active, but I am hoping some other reader might be able to answer this. For the bean soup, why kidney beans? Kidney beans must be thoroughly soaked to get the toxic elements out. Is there a reason why pintos or black beans are not as good?

    Also the article is wrong in saying Whole Foods sells large bulk bags of Barley. The local Whole Foods manager explained to me that they have never had or sold premeasured large bags of barley, rice, or other grain. Their concept of "bulk" is that they have large bins of each commodity and you yourself scoop into small bags what you want, at a rather high price.


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