Joey: You don't need alcohol to have a good time sober 16yrs
Oct 6, 2019 10:36:36 GMT 10
WolfDen: It's alright. I only lasted 4 days. Cheers.
Oct 6, 2019 13:25:36 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Hi all - back after five days away with work.
Oct 7, 2019 19:44:54 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Sober October??? I'm doing a Bender till December
Oct 7, 2019 19:45:27 GMT 10
WolfDen: Yeah looking forward to Get Wrecked December!
Oct 7, 2019 20:53:06 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Well, things heating up in Syria/Turkey. And bird flu just off our shores in Timor Leste! Interesting days.
Oct 8, 2019 10:14:37 GMT 10
blueshoes: oooh i missed the bird flu in Timor Leste memo
Oct 9, 2019 13:57:05 GMT 10
blueshoes: Hey y'all! i'm a bit jealous of horses and the beach Spinifex
Oct 9, 2019 13:57:27 GMT 10
blueshoes: I was wondering, my EDC is probably just a typical mum-handbag but it's moderately extensive. Should i unpack my EDC - it's a backpack! - and list off what's in it? It's my go-to for being ready for anything but it hasn't got much classic 'prepper' gear
Oct 9, 2019 13:58:54 GMT 10
howler: sounds good, ive been wondering what to put in a couple of bags i want to make
Oct 9, 2019 18:11:52 GMT 10
SA Hunter: blueshoes-pack what you will need-your needs will be different to mine, and most other preppers-and, yes, would be curious what you carry.
Oct 9, 2019 18:27:03 GMT 10
teflon: Hi Everyone, I have just signed up - looking forward to being a member and participating.
Oct 10, 2019 22:40:03 GMT 10
WolfDen: Welcome teflon
Oct 11, 2019 7:35:08 GMT 10
Let me warn you right up front – the information in this article might freak you out. If what some experts are telling us is true, a global food crisis appears to be inevitable. Even during good years we have a really difficult time feeding everyone on the planet, and now a major climate shift appears to be happening.
I think we actually import quite a bit of seed for our horticultural crops - so good move to get supplies of that while global supply chains are running normally. Stock up on a few containers of insecticide and fungicide from a rural re-seller as well. Those will become very useful and valuable in event of a long term supply chain disruption. Large amounts of these products come out of Asian factories - when SCS goes hot the loss of that supply will see global shortages develop. Same again for mineral fertiliser.
On a different note: Did you end up sorting the sheep situation out? Did the original owner give you a few to keep?
The sheep wandered onto someone elses land, but were replaced by 8 healthy looking steers with no tags. I suspect they've been let loose to feed on my paddock and crown land, rather than buying feed.
It was a little inconvenient, becausr I'd taken down part of the fence around the cabin to allow the concrete trucks access, and there was cow shit all around the cabin. Luckily this time they hadn't rubbed up against my glass sliding door.
If they break the glass I'm turning one of them into steak as compensation.