Checking out at the store, the young cashier suggested to the much older lady that she should bring her own grocery bags because plastic bags are not good for the environment. The woman apologized to the young girl and explained, “We didn’t have this ‘green thing’ back in my day.” The young clerk responded, “That’s […]
In our quest to be more self sufficient we have tilled, planted, and weeded our way to some delicious healthy veggies. If you’ve never grown your own try it! It’s much healthier and tastes sooo much better.
We have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that you can indeed grow corn in containers! Where our efforts to grow corn in the garden were thwarted twice by crows, those seeds we tossed in a cheap plastic bin from Wal-Mart did quite well.
Cucumbers have pretty much taken over one of the raised bed, apparently they are mostly volunteers as we didn’t plant THAT many. Continue reading “Prepper Garden Update”
It’s no surprise that most preparedness minded people tend to focus heavily on food, water, equipment and firearms as those will likely be the most immediate needs in a crisis. However, do you or will you have the physical and mental strength to weather such a crisis? This is a question I have often asked myself through this journey and sadly, if I’m to be honest with myself, I would have to say no. Continue reading “Practicing Your Preps: Hiking”
Blackberry season is here or possibly past depending on where you live, and I couldn’t be happier. Picking blackberries on the 4th of July was always a tradition in my family. We would always come to Tennessee for vacation this time of year and if we picked the berries my grandmother would make us a cobbler. Hot, sweaty and scratched up, but worth it. Continue reading “Blackberries!”