Prepping is more often than not done on a shoestring budget, or at least a rather small budget consisting of the flexible funds left over from the weekly paycheck. Self-reliant folks are very good at stretching their dollars to build what they need themselves or searching out bargains to satisfy the This entry was posted in Money Saving Tips and tagged yard sale prepping, canning supplies, medical supplies, manual kitchen tools, hand tools, one is none two is one, morale boosters, cast iron cookware, yard sale preps, yard sales, trading post, survival, self-reliant, prepping, hunting, emergency supplies, camping gear on August 12, 2015 .
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Posted on August 12, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Posted on November 4, 2014 by Rebecca Maxwell
Cooler temperatures and the changing color of leaves mean that fall is fast approaching, and with fall comes hunting season. During this time, many people will be heading outdoors in search of deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl, and upland birds along with several other kinds of wildlife.
Whether you hunt for sport, for food, or both, it is important to keep safety in mind while hunting. Hunting is a popular autumn activity, and here are some steps that hunters can take to ensure the safety of everyone:
- Know the area where you will be hunting and take a map with you. Check w... Continue Reading →
Posted on June 18, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Posted on March 28, 2013 by Jacob B.
Best Firearm for You. When people decide to purchase a firearm, it’s something that requires a little understanding and some thought to make certain the proper firearm is purchased. It’s important for you to decide the purpose a firearm will serve in your life. Self-protection, hunting, target shooting or even skeet shooting all require firearms that meet different specialized needs. There are budgetary concerns, siz... Continue Reading →