Personal Reflection: Gerald was always thinking of ways to escape, or bug out as many call it. Unconventional modes of transportation fascinated him. He wanted to travel in ways, and to places, others wouldn’t think of.
Once he went to Indiana to learn to fly an ultralight aircraft. The following fictionalized letter describes his experience. Continue reading “Our Own Air Force”
Personal Reflection: Gerald could be quirky with his ideas and thought associations. In this fictional letter from Karl to his friend George, he raises the prospect of fishing with a landing net.
I’ve heard some say fishing and preparing the fish would consume more calories than it provides for one’s body. I can imagine Gerald sayhing, “These people aren’t thinking about what a person would do when he’s starving.” Continue reading “Annette or A Net?”
I had a minor procedure done at a dermatologist’s office, and the doctor and nurse were awfully chatty. They wanted to know what I do for a living. I told them I spend a lot of time on a Web site dedicated to preparedness and survival.
I mentioned that one of my readers had purchased a supply of storage food recently. The nurse had no idea why anybody would do that. Continue reading “Are You Prepared for Trouble or Hard Times?”