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Now let’s see what did I do to prep this week… ?:-)
While it felt like a short vacation to me my trip to the Museum of Appalachia (see pics here) did offer some ideas for survival. These people had it rough as was evident from the pain of life etched into their faces, looking at those photos is a survival lesson of its own.
Lesson one: forced survival at an existence level will not be fun. Lesson two: with preparation and learned skills it can be made easier. :sweat:
Worked in my garden, my tomatoes are huge but green still. Harvested more corn and cucumbers and the peppers are looking good – I can’t wait to have them with a bowl of pinto beans and cornbread.
Water, good soil and the ability to grow a huge garden is the main reasons, I bought land in the Cumberland Plateau of TN instead of moving to Northern Navada.
Over to you – what did you do to prep this week?
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