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  1. We topped off our defense caches. Now have 40 new thirty-round magazines. Five new AR-15 rifles and five new 80% lowers. Can’t wait to schedule the drilling and milling portion of those AR-15 lowers with the new format of their jig [which doesn’t need a drill press].

    My wife and I also drew up plans for a landing strip and hanger on our homestead property. I’m a private pilot. In addition, to adding a tiered [on ranch] fully stocked fish pond. The tiers will start out shallow then have steps down to about 100 feet in an L shaped pond [that’s so my wife can utilize her scuba diving certification and our new equipment].

    Stay thirsty my friends! My God keep us strong in the upcoming unknowns of this world.

      1. “Freeze dried food will last up to 25 years and does not need to be to be rotated like other foods. Freeze drying does not shrink or toughen the food, and foods retain their flavor, and color. Freeze drying maintains 97% of the nutritional value of the food. Freeze drying works great for fruits and vegetables, but unlike other options, it also perfectly preserves meat, fish, dairy, eggs, ice cream, and even fully-cooked meals.”


        There is also an excellent, informational face book group (if you’re comfortable going to Face Book) Betty is running 4 freeze dryers and has been doing so for years. She has a wealth of videos and files on her page that cover all aspects of freeze drying. It’s the place to go with your questions.


  2. A long week of organizing the cabin and outbuildings. It is pretty much ready to leave. Oh, I have a couple yard things left to do, but our place is as move-in ready as I’m going to make it.

    I bought some heavy artillery (6 more “enter and snap” traps) for the Mouse Wars.

    Moved another wood/brush pile and started cutting for next winter. Had to use some at the start of the week when the temperature dropped and it snowed.

    Got the RV ready for summer visitors.

    Finished fixing the vehicles and changed out the studs for nice weather tires in hopes that we will have some nicer weather. Ye ‘ol farm truck is raring to go.

    It is also too wet to do much gardening here. I did plant and mark the rhubarb I ordered. I’ve never bought rhubarb crowns before as we’ve always had it growing. I didn’t realize that we are not to cut any year one and very few stalks year two. My mother always said it was the first plant to harvest and eat after a winter of stored food. Something I haven’t thought about much for years as I am able to buy fresh vegetables and fruits year round.

    Blessing to all this Holy Season

  3. It rained 4 days this week and we received over 4 inches in our location. Even the chickens would not go out their coops! The house is on a small hill so it did not effect the house or the raised outbuildings, but the barn is a sea of mud. If the soil dries out a little we can get the corn and meadow mix in; but it might be May before the seedlings go in the ground.

    May the Lord bless and keep you in his love.

  4. A lot of our time has been spent preparing for our move to our BOL. Our BOL is about half the size of the house we are currently in so we are getting rid of “stuff” and moving stuff. House was on the market for less than 24 hours and we had 4 people look at it. Realtor said this is a “hot” area right now. We are really hoping we get near asking price so we can put some of the proceeds on a new tractor. Once we sell the house, our only debt will be whatever we fianace for a new tractor.

    Organized the shelter room at the BOL, un-packed some boxes and organized the re-loading bench. In the barn I tidied up and put some items up on the peg board.

    Picked up a few thing from Amazon too. Got a P3 Kill A Watt meter, with the solar power I think this is a must. Got a kit of Chicago Scres and Rivets for the leather making/repair kit. Got a solar light that I have been looking at for a while. If it is good, will get a few more.

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