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Off Topic / Re: Eruption at Halemaumau
« on: December 21, 2020, 02:53:11 PM »
C'mon 2020
Preparedness and Survival / Re: Hurricane Season 2018
« on: August 26, 2018, 02:09:21 PM »
After doin a 12 hour volunteer at one of the shelters here, i have to say hawaii is not ready for a hurricane, nothing was in place for any aftermath if we was to be hit, really sad,i under stand ppl need to bring their supply, but i seen kids and pregnant women sleeping on the floor,  they should have laid down the gym mattes, alot of listened learn here, big eye opener for me
Preparedness and Survival / Re: Hurricane Season 2018
« on: August 23, 2018, 10:21:22 PM »
So my wife has to volunteer at an American red cross shelter, got dragged along with her for a 12 hour, this will help alot in further
Preparedness and Survival / Re: Hurricane Season 2018
« on: August 21, 2018, 02:52:14 PM »
Just came home from walmart downtown at 12 noon time, No more 5 gal water bottles, flashlights, camping gear, i am always ready, but cant beat the prices of Twinkies, got myself chocolate, banana, and cotton candy ones!
I just have my ruger 10/22 takedown and  walter ppq, both loads  of mags and alot of rounds for both, havent had the time to pick up another rifle
As soon as i got it i took action, woke everyone up got them into the lowest part of the house,my wife was slow once again, took my gear nd guns, with 5mins we was getting ready for impact,15min later i went to see if anything happen, waiting another 15mins then i got the all clean, i was ready nd did everything what was plan "if i was home" if i was at work", i would have drop everything, take my small edc pack, lil survival bottle thats filled with thing in my locker, then go take my other gear i got in my bike thats park outside of the hotel, fill up my 2 water bottle with water nd lock myself in one of the kitchen walking coolers, a good test run, with 10mins widown, i need to pick up the speed with my family
Preparedness and Survival / Re: MRE question?
« on: October 03, 2017, 01:36:49 PM »
From my past experience do not eat any with chocolate like m&m and chocolate cookies over time the chocolate turns and taste bad
Preparedness and Survival / Re: You all need to read this, NOW.
« on: October 02, 2017, 06:41:48 PM »
I had a sit down with my wife about this, now she understood why i been buying can goods and emergency food over the years, it would take 2 weeks+ for the first ship to get here if ports are down, and who knows how long it will take to unload it without the right equipment, a good  week for airport to get up and running if fuel is available, just look at what happen to the west side of island when the water main breaks, took hours to get in or out, we only have so much on hand yet ppl think the state has a great plan, they can even plan anything eight over the last few years, and if i am correct we have nothing in the states hurricane found
Preparedness and Survival / Re: Mountain House Food
« on: September 04, 2017, 09:05:47 PM »
 ??? I was just their yesterday
Preparedness and Survival / Re: EDC Backpacks
« on: July 26, 2017, 11:25:56 PM »
Been looking at Oakley backpacks... mostly because they look cool, and some also have the sunglasses hard case built into the pack. Anyone have experience with Oakley?

Talk to dave from mojo tactical, he had a nice backpack a few years ago, i think he can order them for u
Even in the restaurant kitchen not to many ppl know how to clean fish or whole animals, even more know who to cure meats or how to preserve them ie smoking, drying, etc
Walgreens had the best prices for them a long ago $11, i got a few took them overseas, they work well

 Funny reading, they want 14 days, should be 3-6 weeks, the way the state runs itself they cant plan nor be ready for anything
Preparedness and Survival / Re: Micro Greens ?
« on: March 09, 2017, 10:43:50 AM »
Yea, i heard that too a few years back, u have to eat them in a short time period, and have to eat them raw like in salads, pea shoots r good, once picked they can last a good week
Preparedness and Survival / Re: Micro Greens ?
« on: February 16, 2017, 01:03:01 PM »
As a chef i wanted to try it myself, but with a crazy work schedules its hard to do myself
Preparedness and Survival / Re: anyone aquaponic here?
« on: January 01, 2017, 02:16:18 PM »
 :shaka: happy news to all, so far the green onions, cucumbers, and "kankung" are nicely coming, green beans and kabocha pumpkin are taking a while to grow, only lost 2 i had was the tomatoes, added chelated iron to keep the leaves greener, the catfish and tialipas r fine, just need more to fully get the system going, all 100%rain water, and water is clean and clear,  will hook up the 2nd grow bed system in the summer
Goin to do my emergency food check 2morrow and see how much i have in all, for water i got my 2 180gal aquaponic tubs, a 2 55gal nd 75gal drums of rain water, plus the river behide my house, and need be i got my 125gal nd 55gal aquarium, i have 2 mini sewyer water filter, water tabs, and water bottle type filter, alot of bamboo nd trees for fuel and alot of big pots to cook food and to boil water, can pick off the chickens nd ducks, but my just keep them for eggs,
How is the mountain house #10 can when open? Is it a one time use or can u use same and save the real for later?
What dose everyone keep on hand here , i got a good amount of wise company foods, looking for more input on other brands, also got loads of spam, mre, rice, and beans,soups,noodles,etc. aquaponic is on hold till my get surgery on my eye, but hopefully i get it working in a few weeks
Preparedness and Survival / anyone aquaponic here?
« on: October 28, 2016, 06:12:41 PM »
I am about to start on my 2 180 tub with 2 grow beds going to use solar power pumps, anyone know what i should start growing first on the bed, i plan to add taro in water
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