The Daily Collapse Report is down but should be back up and running normally by the end of the day. The site started getting a lot of hits and as a result, it started timing out and crashing so I needed to get better hosting (and more costly) so I moved it, however with such a move it can take up to 48 hours to propagate over the web and be available everywhere.
I’m really sorry for the inconvenience but it is just temporary…
My other site is also doing really well and is up and running as normal – take a look – MDCreekmore.com – Independence Through Homesteading and Self-Reliance. This site brings all the best homesteading, and related articles from different sites to one central place to save you time.
For example a few of today’s headlines include: Easter Egger Chicken: December Breed of the Month, Getting to Know Olive Egger Chickens, How to grow crabapple trees, How to Split Wood without Hurting Yourself, WHAT YOUR TROOPERS CARRY, This Underground Urban Farm Also Heats The Building Above It, and Growing Bulb Onions: Pick the Right Variety for Your Garden.
I put both sites together for you because I want to bring you everything that is important all into one place to save you time. Both sites are updated every day, and most days multiple times per day. If you have any thoughts or suggestions then email me or post those in the comments below.
I’d like to thank everyone for their prayers and kind words regarding my dad. I’ve accepted that it’s his time. Thankfully, he doesn’t seem to be in a lot of pain with all the medications that they are pumping into him and where it’s spread to his brain he doesn’t really comprehend what’s going on. My grandfather (my dad’s father) also passed away only a few weeks ago…
With all the stuff going on with my dad and trying to keep up with the two new websites I’ve not gotten a lot of preps done this week… I feel like a failure when I don’t get a lot done prep wise because I know that really bad times are ahead for the U.S.A. and the world – read; Why Civilizations Self-Destruct.
But even with everything going on I did add a single shot break open 12 gauge and a Rossi Interarms .38 revolver to the gun safe… The Rossi is one that my dad had and my grandfather before him. It’s been in the family for over 30 years and will continue to be.
Well, folks, that’s it for me this week. What about you… what did you do to prep this week?