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By Bev Sandlin,
What did I do to become more self-reliant this week? I started a new experiment composting this week in a 5 gallon bucket! Drilled holes all around one:
Added the mess and layered in a little too much dry matter:
Somewhere I read (I wish I could cite the source, but I can’t.) that the person(s) with the most community connections is the most likely to survive. It made perfect sense to me – the more people you know and who like you the more people you can tap in dire times. So this week I did some community building. The nurse across the street was having a play day for her Early Childhood group and asked if they could tour my place – of course! I have a little kids paradise over here. :) Chickens to feed and chase, swings, a tire swing too, hammock to swing on, fairy gardens, dinosaur garden, critters galore, this time of year raspberries to pick off the vine and eat, a trout stream, lawn tractors to play on, and I have just added – drum roll please…
Spring Valley Creek Nessy!
Nothing like a little bit of fantasy to feed a child’s imagination! :-D
Two tours and the kids had a great time and so did the Moms. Even got in a little gardening advice.
And since I am heavy into pollinator gardens, I ordered in two more Monarch Waystation signs, one for my Mother. As soon as it came I bought a post for my Mom’s and cable tied it, sent it with Bob over to her. He dropped it off in her garage and called me. I called Mom and told her it was in her garage and… “Oh, I must put it up!” Click went the phone with nary a thank you she was so excited. Makes a daughter feel good when Mom is so excited she forgets to say thank you! Here is a shot of mine in place with both common milkweed and swamp milkweed behind it:
I have been extremely busy, but I can’t say that all of it is preparedness related, so…
I put some money back in my BOB that I had borrowed from it. And added a Dr. Bones Mini Deluxe Trauma Kit to my stash of preparedness supplies!
Anyone have a cure for Restless Leg Syndrome? Oh, my legs are tormenting me! Pills are like $60 every 90 days! And yes I have tried the vitamins that for some reason actually made it worse!
I’ve adjust a couple of the posts this week, so as an FYI: Harold sent me a pic of his new house that I added to his post yesterday and and a certified SFG expert put his experience in writing and that I also put in that article on Row Gardening vs SFG.
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Okay Patriots, how were you more self-reliant this week?
“A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precautions.
The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.”
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