Self Reliance News – Saturday 15th of October 2016
Posts this week from …
How to Stockpile for your Motorcycle posted by modernsurvivalonline.com
Video: An Alternative to Epi-Pen posted by www.doomandbloom.net
55+ Cool & Creative Ideas In Raised Bed Gardening posted by www.shtfpreparedness.com
… and many more.
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How to Stockpile for your Motorcycle
October 9, 2016, 8:36 am
When properly modified as a bug out vehicle, a motorcycle can get you over terrain that only a handful of vehicles can traverse. It can also get you over some rough territory that would give a lot of ?regular? trucks pause. The key thing things when stockpiling your motorcycle as a bug out vehicle are realistic confidence about what type of terrain it can and cannot handle and careful storage of the supplies
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Survival Medicine and Preparedness by Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy
Video: An Alternative to Epi-Pen
October 9, 2016, 8:14 am
In this video, Joe Alton, MD, aka Dr. Bones, discusses the recent scandal where Mylan corporation, the company that markets the life-saving autoinjector “Epi-Pen“, raised prices on a pack of two from $100 in 2007 to $600 today. Although the company has given out some savings cards for up to $300, only a certain few are eligible and definitely not if you’re on Medicaid. Indeed, now it appears that Mylan had been gouging the federal government as well, and is
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55+ Cool & Creative Ideas In Raised Bed Gardening
October 9, 2016, 6:05 am
55+ Cool & Creative Ideas In Raised Bed Gardening Raised bed gardening continues to grow in popularity as more people look to get grow some of their own veggies and become more self reliant. Raised beds can benefit people with poor soil quality, clay and rock hard soil. I found a great link with over …
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How to Make an Appalachian Berry Bucket from Tree Bark
October 9, 2016, 5:34 am
by Todd Walker Containers made from tree bark existed long before plastic bags, cardboard boxes, and canvas haversacks came about. With every trek in the woods, I find useful resources. That glob of pine sap, stones, bones, or wood somehow ends up going home with me (much to the chagrin of Dirt Road Girl). It’s a condition […]
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Preparedness is an Educated Choice!
The Bugout Formula ? If You Have to Ask Yourself, It?s Already Too Late!
October 9, 2016, 4:30 am
Todd’s Note: I recently received the article below in an email from Michael R. He didn’t intend to send it to me as a potential article. He instead was passing along information that he had been thinking about, analyzing and…