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Few things in life are more infuriating than realizing that a firearm you spent a fortune on is beginning to rust. What makes it so painful, is that you know it's probably your fault. You can spend many hours over the course of many years keeping your firearms in immaculate [...]
Mon, Oct 16, 2017
Source: Ready Nutrition
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On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico and knocked out the entire power grid of the U.S. territory. Nearly three weeks later, about 90% of the island's electrical grid was still without power. In Puerto Rico, electrical power is solely provided to some 1.5 million households and [...]
Mon, Oct 16, 2017
Source: MyGovCost.org
Truly horrific fires occurred over the last decades and centuries. Right now, the situation in California is grabbing a great deal of attention because so many people believed it would never happen this quickly and while other areas of our nation are underwater from hurricanes. Our environment continues to change, so [...]
Mon, Oct 16, 2017
Source: Survivopedia
If you're reading this, you probably already know the importance of studying books about emergency preparedness and survival, so I won't bore you with a long intro about why you should read. Instead, I'll just briefly explain how I came up with this list. Over the past 8 years or [...]
Mon, Oct 16, 2017
Source: Urban Survivor
Someday you may need to move to a new homestead. Maybe you are a first time homesteader and this will be your first homestead. Maybe you've been an urban homesteader and are looking to move to the country. Or maybe you've been homesteading for a while, but life [...]
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
Are you ready to learn how to grow food indoors? There are a lot of options that are suited nicely to indoor gardening. Window sill gardens are a great way to grow food. Herbs are often grown on kitchen window sills, but don't stop there. Leafy greens are great candidates [...]
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
Animals on our Homestead 2017: It has been about 2 years since I did an updated post about the animals of our homestead. [...]
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
We do quite a bit of food preservation around here. I was in constant need of more pantry space, having to rearrange with each harvest or batch processed. When Mr. LB suggested that we burn the scrap lumber (after I picked my jaw up off the floor) I [...]
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
This isn't just another Zucchini Bread Recipe. This is a super easy, ONE BOWL, recipe that will use up THREE cups of zucchini! When you are overwhelmed with zucchini in the garden, this recipe is great for large batches and holds up fantastic in the freezer to enjoy in the [...]
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
Source: Homestead Bloggers Network
Enjoy the flavors of the season with homemade spiced apple cider, tart cranberry apple cider, spiced pumpkin cider, apple citrus cider & fallen apple cider.
Some of my fondest childhood memories revolve around an old cider mill that we would go to every year when the air got crisp and the leaves were turning. Not many flavors remind me of the season like fresh apples and cider. Cider served warm or cold is good for [...]
Sat, Oct 14, 2017
Source: Common Sense Homestead

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