“Grab-and-Go” Binder – Make One Now!

The tornado that went through last night leveling several houses in the area reminded me of this.  In these types of disasters some of the most difficult items to replace are important personal documents.  For the most part insurance will replace homes & cars and the community will help with … Continue reading

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Roasting Meat on a Spit

Some good tips on cooking wild game over an open fire. “The practice of spit-roasting meat over an open fire goes back for at least 8,000 years, and probably much further than that. It’s cooking at its most primal — all you need is a hunk of meat, a stick, and … Continue reading

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The 8 best herbal home remedies to fight Avian flu or bird flu virus

(NaturalNews) Avian, or bird flu virus, was confined primarily to birds, mostly chickens, up to the 1990s. Until then it was not considered a health threat to humans. Early cases in humans emerged in Hong Kong in 1997. Although the original bird flu was a rare strain, individuals may still … Continue reading

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Oklahoma Tornado Preparedness

Our prayers go out to everyone effected by the tornadoes and for the people helping in the rescue process. In light of the Oklahoma tornadoes here are just a few quick tips for tornado preparedness.   Making Emergency Kits “Grab-and-Go” Binder Water Filtration / Purification First Aid Related PostsDistillation Method … Continue reading

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Fix a Flat Tire Repair

This little baby saved the day (night actually) at 10pm on a Saturday night. — Damaged tires are no match for Fix-a-flat. This 12 oz. bottle injects a complex liquid into damaged tires that creates polymerized air. Fix-a-flat also protects against future leaks. Leave this bottle in your trunk so … Continue reading

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