Preparedness – The Basics

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More and more people are preparing today. Why? There are a lot of reasons and if you are visiting this website you likely already have yours...

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Lessons learned through life.

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This may be an unusual post. Over the past several weeks I have been doing a lot of thinking about life. Thinking of my parents who are no longer with us. Thinking of friends from the past, mistakes and regrets...

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What have you done this week and “Off Topic”

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This past week just few by. A lot of my efforts in preparedness has been geared in the direction of planning...

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Phases of Preparedness

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Thoughts?

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Bug-Out Bike: Benefits Of Motorcycles For Survivalists

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Whether your preferred acronym is TEOTWAWKI (The End Of World As We Know It), SHTF (Sh** Hits The Fan) or GOOD (Get Out Of Dodge), a common argument among survivalists revolves around the preferred mode of transportation.

Among those choices, a motor...

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Off Topic…

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Here is a place for people to communicate “off topic” ideas, suggestions, discoveries, and information of all kinds. Lets give it a shot!

So – how does this work? Simple – just leave a comment to this post on anything you wish...

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Survival Biscuits?

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This post was previously published here on SCP. Figured many of you have not seen it as it is buried deep within the archives. To see it in its original form click HERE.

Food is my major concern when looking at my preps...

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Soda Bottle Fishing – A Survival Skill?

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By Wyzyrd, Editor-at-Large

I talked to a couple folks, today, and nobody had heard of this fishing method. I never saw it until 2001, when I was living in a campground on the bank of the Shenandoah River.

First, I’m NOT talking about using bottles to...

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Prep’s this week and “Off Topic”

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Prep’s this week have been slow for me – busyness has been very evident. I did manage to pick up a large of AA alkaline batteries as well as AAA batteries...

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You Know You’re a Homesteader When…

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100 Items That Disappear First in A Disaster

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This list has been around for years but it is still valid today and likely tomorrow.

- – – Rourke

 

 

100 Items That Disappear  First in A Disaster

 

 

1. Generators (Good ones cost dearly) Gas storage, risky...

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Video of the Week: The salute…..

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Another featured video from YouTube. From preparedness to frugality, from gardening to self-reliance – YouTube has an enormous amount of information available.

Here is but a small piece we hope you find interesting, informative, and maybe even tho...

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Wyzyrd finally did it!!

Hey all – 

Wanted to pass some info on that frequent contributor, commentor and SCP-family member Wyzyrd has created his own website. In the works for quite a long time he just made the site “live”.

Check out The Survival Geezer

I am looking forw...

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Download: 60 Gift Mixes In-A-Jar Recipe’s

What follows is a FREE downloadable document related to preparedness. More preparedness files are available on the SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com Preparedness Download Page

If you have any files you would like to share – feel free to email them to SCP...

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Men…….read this!

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The following post IS directly related to preparedness – preparedness for your soul, your life, and your happiness. I originally posted it back in September of 2013  on ModernSurvivalOnline.com however I felt the need to put it out there again...

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What have you done this week and “Off Topic”

Alright folks – what have you done recently to add to your preparations? 

For me – most of my preparations in the last week have been spiritually. Since Thursday I have been at a Men’s Retreat with guys from my church...

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Spirituality: A deep sense of connectedness to one’s inner self Part II

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by Harriet, Editor-At-Large

Address suffering and unresolved emotions.

Sometimes life sucks. Shit happens. Families break up. Loved one’s die or betray us. We lose all our money. A business is destroyed...

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This is awesome……

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Received this from “John” the other day. Not sure if it is true – but a wonderful story nonetheless.

 – Rourke

NOW  SHE IS A TEACHER!!!

    In September  of 2005, on the first day of school, Martha Cothren,
A History teacher  at Robinson High ...

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Seeds & Growth

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Why Amazon.com is a great place to shop

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There are a lot of people that refuse to shop online out of fear of providing credit card information on the Internet. There are also those that use only cash – no credit cards, no debit cards...

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Re: Sunday Self-Reliance Share and Q & A

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The following was left in response to the Sunday Self-Reliance Share and Q & A back on September 7th. Good example of folks actively preparing for…..whatever...

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Video of the Week: How To Make Laundry Soap and Homemade Fabric Softener

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Another featured video from YouTube. From preparedness to frugality, from gardening to self-reliance – YouTube has an enormous amount of information available.

Here is but a small piece we hope you find interesting, informative, and maybe even tho...

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Decisions are sometimes hard to make….

Everyone – 

It is with a heavy heart that I have to make this announcement. SeasonedCitizenPrepper.com is coming to an end. 

Bev has done a tremendous job and put forth so much effort into developing and growing this site...

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Off Topic……

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It was recently suggested that we create an avenue for people to communicate “off topic” ideas, suggestions, discoveries, and information of all kinds. No problem – lets give it a shot!

So – how is this going to work? Simple – just leave a comment to...

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Handy Reference for Cordage

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By Wyzyrd, Editor-At-Large

Everybody needs more cordage.  Most of the suppliers list the ‘small stuff’, like bank-line  by gauge #, not by measurement, like bigger rope (1/4″, 3/8″, etc) , or paracord which is ‘mostly standard’ 1/8 inch diameter.

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