after seeing and reading the news as much as i have for the last month or so.i figured that i better start prepapeing for the worse,in the way of a ecnomic collapse.right along with every thing to go with it..
Welcome and thank you for taking time to join Doomsday Prepper Forums.com. Your presence here is much appreciated. We look forward to your posts, and hope you enjoy the community!after seeing and reading the news as much as i have for the last month or so.i figured that i better start prepapeing for the worse,in the way of a ecnomic collapse.right along with every thing to go with it..
Another fellow Texan . . . Welcome!! Yeah I think your name fits. . . . hoping it dries up soon. Lots of great info here in the forums and if you can't find what you are looking for, just ask. . . lots of good people here too.
Well goes to show that your a true NODAK...wife was out on her field trip to a gas plant about 30 miles from town yesterday, now remember she's from Minot, she took three of our poncho liner's, 3 heavy wool blankets, two hand made quilts...lol and grabbed one of the intermediate sleeping bags that she's always bitching at me, why did I buy them....I keep remind them they are modular...you know the ones we were issued, well she hates seeing them, when she drives into her garage. So it was like 60 degrees here yesterday, but because they were eating outside (yes 17 ladies with Jason Deli's Box lunches) that this was a tough environment. I think she forgot her childhood, when she had to walk to her elementary and junior high in the winter. Oh, yeah, I was running around in a pair of Cargo pants and LSU Geaux Tigers T-shirt!I liked Texas when I was stationed there, back in the early 90's. A little too hot in the summer (serious lack of snow for X-mas too) and a bit too populated for me was the only reason I didn't jump at the chance to join the Dallas P.D. when I ETS'd.