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  • Hi from Phoenix!

    Just getting a bit more interested in all things survival.
    Making plans for "bugging out" if the time should come.
    Trying to keep aware of the threats that may cause that scenario whether by terrorists, economics, natural disaster (like Katrina) or political. (don't get me started)
    Trying to look into food & water storage.
    And then ofcourse, the guns & ammo to protect the family from the crazed idiots that didn't plan. Only have 3 hand guns and one is a collector piece never fired.

    Known elsewhere as Funner Hummer
    A Latter Day American

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    Welcome to the site!! Please feel free to reply to anything, contribute anything propose ideas, concepts etc as well as offer education, resources etc.. but most of all we shuld really concentrate on starting to establish this as a network and brotherhood.

    Welcome aboard
    WHAT IF THE AMERICA YOU KNEW, WAS ABOUT TO CHANGE?

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    • #3
      Hiya! Lived in Phoenix for a couple of years myself. I found it really tough to be sustainably self-sufficient. THat's hard land to work, and there are only so many recipes for cacti. :-) If you ever come to the East Side, we can compare notes! I think water storage is tough there too, as the heat makes plastic seepage happen faster. Gotta replace the H2O every 6 months instead of every year.

      Bye!
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      • #4
        that is true about water seepage, but with the right containers you should see none.

        Milk jugs are by FAR the worst, DO NOT USE THEM.

        If you wante cheap/free water storage try soda bottles they are made to handle and hold pressure without leaking.
        WHAT IF THE AMERICA YOU KNEW, WAS ABOUT TO CHANGE?

        The best thing you can do to support the site is pass it on to your friends and fav sites like other forums, facebook, twitter etc. Let people know about us! :)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Diesel View Post
          that is true about water seepage, but with the right containers you should see none.

          Milk jugs are by FAR the worst, DO NOT USE THEM.

          If you want cheap/free water storage try soda bottles they are made to handle and hold pressure without leaking.
          Good tip ML about the soda bottles.
          And welcome to the group, kaya_kismet. You are right about it being a tuff place to work (and live), both economically and environmentally.
          A Latter Day American

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