Well, folks, it’s raining a monsoon this morning here on the Cumberland Plateau (aka The Redoubt of The East) and it’s supposed to keep it up for the next few days. I have a river and two large creeks near my location and they are all rising and starting to flood in some of the lower areas. Luckily, my place is up on the high ground so no worries of flooding here.
On another note, I’m not sure how many of you all use Pinterest, but I’m sure that those of you who do us it have figured out that there is a huge flood of information there. You see, Pinterest is really a search engine meaning that you put in your search term, search and Pinterest will return “pins” which are related to your search term.
They also allow users to create their own pages with boards for topics where users can post content that they find interesting and useful – here is mine M.D. Creekmore | Prepping + Homesteading and Survival Tips. Please, let me know what you think and don’t forget to follow me there so that you don’t miss any of my updates and shares.
I noticed this morning that Amazon has my book “The Prepper’s Guide to Surviving the End of the World, as We Know It: Gear, Skills, and Related Know-How” marked down to $13.70 (normally $29.99) so if you haven’t bought your copy yet now is a good time to do so at a huge discount.
Okay, now what did I do to prep this week…
With the flu going around and the constant news reports of how bad it is I decided to stock up on Sambucol Black Elderberry for this and the next couple of flu seasons (according to my research it has a shelf life of two-plus years) and according to WebMD Elderberry Fights Flu Symptoms.
I also ordered four more (I already had two) AYL StarLight 600 Lumens Ultra Bright LED Lanterns – these are simply awesome and are the best battery powered lanterns available.
What I’ve been reading – The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy – it’s a huge book and while I don’t agree with everything he writes in the book (I do agree with most of it) it is very interesting and well written.
Well, folks, that’s it for me this week… how about you all… what did you do to prep this week?