The End Is Near

The End Is Near
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A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

Friday, January 14, 2011

A Few New Things

I'm working on a few new things to add to my preps.

1st is a new cart that can be pulled by one or two people. I have a small one but it just can't do what I want it to do, so I want to build one that can hold more stuff and still be pulled on foot. I hope that if I have to bug out I can do it in the Dodge Ram and not on foot but I need to be ready for it both ways. I am planning to build a new one within the next month. If any of you have done this or have any good ideas please let me know. You can just post it here with a comment or e-mail me at:

2nd I am working on my ammo stock and adding and packing up ammo in ammo cans. I want to can all my ammo ready to move if need be.

3rd My new skill I am learning this first three months is How To Sew. My wife all ways has done this and I think it's about time for me to know how to do it 100% and not half crocked. And my next skill I plan to learn is how to cut hair, my wife shaves my head and cares for my needs I need to be able to do the same for her, so I will work with a friend that cuts hair and learn how to do this if it kills me.

4th Trying to make up my mind on what will be the next gun I buy, right now I have on idea what I will get.

5th This summer me and the wife are going on a trip to look at some land to buy. We have a few lots we want to look at and are planning to make this a fun trip and a working one at the same time.

1 comment:

  1. Great preps! I also want a cart, a one person cart that I can use to pull items up my hill from where we park to our house. Something a bit larger than "little red wagon" with higher sides. It will have largish wheels to go over the rough terrain, and the other thing it will have is a "dead-man brake", this is a brake that must be held in order for the cart to move, if the brake is not being held, then the brake is engaged and the cart will not move. The reason for this is in case the person pulling the cart slips or loses hold of the cart, the cart will not go careening back down the hill. That's my suggestion for your cart, biggish wheels and a dead-mans brake.

    Sewing is a good skill to have.

    Learning to cut hair is also a good skill to have, I was a hairdresser for 11 years. Learning from someone who knows how to do it is GREAT! Get a good pair of shears, personally I prefer a shorter blade (less scars on your fingers that way!), I also have more control. Be sure to learn the proper way to "palm" your shears too, this is how you hold the shears when you are not cutting, it's important because if you are holding the shears in your hand in the open position while you are doing other things (combing and such), you run the risk of accidentally cutting a piece of hair you don't mean to, or poking your victim, I mean wife in the eye or skin. LOL!