Jul 072014
 

There are a few of us long term preppers up here in the Inland Pacific Northwest who have met up and for some time now have gotten organized together. For us (long term prepper) implies you are preparing for a long term crisis event which of course would require long term (duration) of all around supplies. An “honest means” to measure both a persons beliefs, ability and commitments to long term prepping can be easily determined by the length of time their current supplies would last them starting today. For example a variety of good foods, ingredients to prepare these foods, needed hygiene supplies and generally all the items you personally will need to exist in the fashion you would wish to. We fully understand (and hope you do) there is so much more to surviving than guns and training. In any serious crisis event there is the hour by hour, day by day living which must be fully addressed.
All the above also requires a usable and dependable location which is not in a suburb or is a grid dependent. This location must be able to provide good all season shelter, pure water and all the basics a person needs in place beforehand. It is to late to be addressing these requirements when the emergency arises. Ever notice that so many can “talk the talk” but so few can “walk the walk”. So along those lines we are trying to join with other long term preppers or invite them to join with us. We believe long term preppers are seasoned and savvy enough to get the drift here and figure out there is much more to this and us than what is being posted. There is no real need to go into any further explanations in this posting other than to say just drop us a line.

tommy1952 [at] zoho [dot] com

 Posted by at 7:02 am
Jun 072014
 

There are a few of us long term preppers up here in the Inland Pacific Northwest who have met up and for some time now have gotten organized together. For us (long term prepper) implies you are preparing for a long term crisis event which of course would require long term (duration) of all around supplies. An “honest means” to measure both a persons beliefs, ability and commitments to long term prepping can be easily determined by the length of time their current supplies would last them starting today. For example a variety of good foods, ingredients to prepare these foods, needed hygiene supplies and generally all the items you personally will need to exist in the fashion you would wish to. We fully understand (and hope you do) there is so much more to surviving than guns and training. In any serious crisis event there is the hour by hour, day by day living which must be fully addressed.
All the above also requires a usable and dependable location which is not in a suburb or is a grid dependent. This location must be able to provide good all season shelter, pure water and all the basics a person needs in place beforehand. It is to late to be addressing these requirements when the emergency arises. Ever notice that so many can “talk the talk” but so few can “walk the walk”. So along those lines we are trying to join with other long term preppers or invite them to join with us. We believe long term preppers are seasoned and savvy enough to get the drift here and figure out there is much more to this and us than what is being posted. There is no real need to go into any further explanations in this posting other than to say just drop us a line.

 Posted by at 10:34 pm
May 192014
 

We are a family of four who are looking to start a small group of like minded folks to form a small support network just in case the day does come where we would have to “bug out”. Ideally, a group of 15-20 people that live in Snohomish County.

We are a couple, both 50, and married for 30+ years (childhood sweethearts). We have 2 kids, 12 and 20. Both are great kids and we are considered “good people” by most that know us. We are far from being hardcore survivalists; however, we know that we should be prepared just in case the SHTF. We are not gun nuts, but we have a few firearms for home self defense purposes. We also know that no mattered how prepped you are, survival for a suburban family will be difficult.

We are looking for folks with families like us, but singles are okay too. Age is open as well and all skill sets are welcome. So what would be different? We want to be part of a group that understands that survival does not have to be dog eat dog. That good people can come together in an organized manner for the betterment and survival of the group as a whole. We are not motivated by religion or politics, and could care less about the color of your skin or your gender or orientation. We want to be part of a group that can work together in trying times and who can, as a group, circle the wagons when needed.

We would like the group to meet and communicate regularly to prep as a group. But as important, to get organized a head of time.

Ideas are welcome…………

May 102014
 

I’ve not been on this site for very long, yet have noticed there are not many postings from some of the lower population areas out west. Probably because there are less people there but certain low population regions are where the preppers live or have moved to as part of their prepping strategies. So it is to some of those lower population strategy preppers I am reaching out to.

The specific areas which I am making reference to are from Central/Eastern Washington State over through Idaho State and going into Montana State a bit. Sort of just East of the Cascades and West of the Continental Divide. Mostly called the “Redoubt” by Rawles.

There are a few of us long term preppers up here who have met and for some time now have gotten organized together. We fully understand there is so much more to surviving than guns and training. There is the hour by hour, day by day living which must be fully addressed. So along those lines we are trying to join with other long term preppers or invite them to join with us. We believe long term preppers are seasoned and savvy enough to get the drift here and figure out there is much more to this and us than what is being posted. There is no real need to go into any further explanations in this posting other than to say just drop me a line at my email address below.

There is no harm in inquiring and it might just be what you still need to balance out one of the most difficult parts of long term prepping.

Contact: tommy [at] zoho [dot] com

 Posted by at 5:49 am
Apr 162014
 

I’ve not been on this site for very long, yet have noticed there are not many postings from some of the lower population areas. Probably because there are less people there but certain low population regions are where the preppers live or have moved to as part of their prepping strategies. So it is to some of those lower population strategy preppers I am reaching out to.

The specific areas which I am making reference to are from Central/Eastern Washington State over through Idaho State and going into Montana State a bit. Sort of just East of the Cascades  and West of the Continental Divide.

There are a few of us long term preppers up here who have met and for some time now have gotten organized together. We are trying to join with other long term preppers or invite them to join with us. We believe long term preppers are seasoned and savvy enough to get the drift here and figure out there is more to this than what is being posted. There is no real need to go into any further explanation other than to say just drop me a line at my email address below.

There is no harm in inquiring and it might just be what you still need to balance out one of the  most difficult parts of long term prepping.

Contact: tommy [at] zoho [dot] com

 Posted by at 12:06 pm
Mar 312014
 

I’m not in any way affiliated with this event, but I thought it could be a good event for people to meet. It’s pretty close to the Yakima, Tri-Cities and Hermiston areas.

Northwest Preparedness Expo

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“The Chamber of Commerce of the City of Prosser and Lower Valley Committee of Safety are working together to create our first annual Northwest Preparedness Expo. It will be hosted on May 2nd & 3rd at the Walter Clore Center in Prosser, Washington. There will be both educational speaker sessions and vendor booths on display.”

Friday, May 2nd 10am-6pm
Saturday, May 3rd 9am-6pm

Mar 092014
 

Natural Event Survival (The Basic 5 Human Needs)
Saturday, March 15, 2014

2:00 -4:00
Elmer’s Restaurant – Woodburn
255 North Arney Road, Woodburn, OR

Please RSVP:  PDX [dot] Preppers [at] yahoo [dot] com

It doesn’t matter where you live or even how much money you have, there are five basic human needs to be met. These needs are water, food, shelter, energy and security. It doesn’t matter if everything is going perfectly and everything is going your way, or if all heck is breaking loose around you, these five things need to be met.

We prepare now with those five needs in mind, so that if “It” does start to hit the fan, our families are taken care of and we don’t have to try and meet them in a time of crisis. This not only takes care of our family, it makes it so that there are more supplies available to meet the needs of those not as prepared.

Feb 132014
 

We are Having a Men’s Retreat March 7,8,9 in Battleground WA
The topic is “Liberty”. We Eat like kings and are tought about the Founding Fathers.
We also engage in firearm training, pistol 101, 102, Rifle marksmanship and basic tactical training.
Go to www.royalridges.org click on Men’s retreat for more info, or email me and I’ll send you a flyer. riverbend [at] wildblue [dot] net

 Posted by at 5:35 am
Jan 252014
 

I am still looking for like minded Preppers on Whidbey Island. This seems like an excellent location short of nuclear war. The Naval Air Station is a primary target. If there are any of you out there we should organize before it becomes a real OPSEC issue. Our personal security is not such that we can’t share ideas or train together or as a group. For those who understand what I’m saying, good. For those who don’t, sorry but you will make good wool. Let us make this work.

OUT

Jan 052014
 

Hello fellow preppers. I currently live in the Vancouver/Minnehaha area and have recently began prepping for an economical collapse. I’m fairly new to prepping but have been studying the lifestyle and necessary skills it would take to survive after a collapse. I’ve been living vicariously through my little brother by getting him to join a troop of Boy Scouts since he was  7, he is now 10 and I’ve been learning basics with him the past 3 years. I’m looking for like minded individuals/communities that my fiancé and I can join up with and learn more from.

My fiancé is 22 and is a Certified Medical Assistant. She is First Aid and CPR Certified. Has knowledge in wound care, Phlebotomy skills and some knowledge on medications. She grew up around a family that hunts and fishes regularly and has acquired skills in these areas. She is an incredible painter, which could be useful for trade or recreation for a group. She can sew by hand which will be useful for mending garments and cloth like materials. Last and certainly not least she is quite the cook, we all need to eat.

I am also 22 and I grew up in a military background. My father served in the Air Force for 27 years, so I’m no stranger to discipline, hard work, and respect. I have lived in all different climates so I’m well equipped for the outdoors. I’ve lived in Grand Forks ND, Navarre FL, Richmond VA, Albuquerque NM, Satellite Beach FL Gresham OR and now Vancouver WA.  Growing up we moved a lot, by the time I was in 8th grade I had been to 7 different schools. This has been beneficial in the since that I’m easy going and very social I have no problem talking with complete strangers and make friends easily. As I said above I have been taking my little brother to Boy Scouts for the past 3 years so I’ve been learning a lot of the basic essential to surviving. Aside from that I am a very active individual who hikes frequently so I’m comfortable with long distant travel. I have worked for 2 years in logistics and dispatching for a busy warehouse, along with a background in business and entrepreneurship.

Again we have a lot to learn but what skills we do have definitely serve there purpose.

Dec 302013
 

Hi, I’m a transplant from the midwest to the Spokane area and I’m looking for fellow family friendly Christians that would be interested in purchasing land together in Northern Idaho or Northeast Washington. Say ten acres or so that we could divide, or more if it’s several families, with a mind toward homesteading it. I have an aversion to debt so I’m not looking do any immediate big projects on the land, but slowly work toward cultivating and establishing a homestead bit by bit. It would be nice to have people with the same values to trade advice, help, and labor back and forth – extra hands for each others projects. At worst I think of it as a haven for the crash ahead, at best a goal toward a happier, less grid reliant lifestyle. Contact me if you you’re interested or if you have something like this going on I could join, we can meet for coffee or something.

 

p.s. – It doesn’t matter to me if you’re Lutheran, Mormon, Messianic, etc… as long as you’re a Christian faith based family. My extended family runs the gammit, but are strong in faith and it makes for interesting theological discussions at Thanksgiving haha.

Dec 202013
 

I’m an engineer and home builder, my wife is a nurse practitioner. Currently, we live in the PNW. We want to get out and live in peace with a feeling of security. We’re looking for a group that can use our skills, experiences, and gumption to carve out a place and tame the mountain.

We want to be in the high country. We’re not interested in business propositions or investments. Hard work in exchange for tranquility is all we seek. We have supplies, tools, arms, and the skills to use them.

 

Dec 162013
 

hello group! im moving up to that area around February. i have a friend who live in Spokane  who’s going to let me crash for awhile until I can settle my family in.  id love to hear from some other groups in the state

 Posted by at 11:59 am
Dec 162013
 

I’m 42 y.o. married with 3 children (my wife is not too much in preps) looking for like minded folks near Auburn area. I’m also a ham radio operator.

Originally we came from Russia, about 14 years ago.

Would be great to meet regularly to discuss different approaches and ideas to preps.

Dec 022013
 

We are a couple in our late 40′s looking for a place to bug out to.

He is a home builder, engineer, and security specialist. She is a licensed RN (Washington, California, and Hawaii) and a highly skilled and experienced trauma nurse.

We have all the survival skills needed to tame the mountain and carve out a place . We have the tools, supplies, and gumption.

Contact us at sonokar[at]usa[dot]com

Nov 302013
 

Hi All,

We are looking for Christian preppers to ban together in our area. Both my husband and I have medical backgrounds , although we are not doctors, I worked in surgery for 20 years. We are middle age with no children. Have been prepping for 3 years now. Skills are many with growing our own garden, canning, dehydrating and gun handling skills. Please contact us if we could join your group or to start one of our own.

Nov 022013
 

This is a message to all and any Preppers on Whidbey Island. We need to start communicating or down the even meeting up.   We can start with some simple ideas and grow from there.   We prepper’s  out here have it made right up to  the minute something really happens.  We have no organization and our isolation only go’s so far.

unventedanger [at] icloud [dot] com

Sep 292013
 

First off , I am a new member that is very happy to have found this site . Thank You John .
I am interested in talking to preppers interested in networking for information trading here in SW Washington . I would like to share ideas about bartering items after SHTF . And set up a mutual plan for this to happen . I believe this would be an important part of a long term survival plan that most preppers don’t prepare for . Being able to aquire needed items for something they need , from someone who has them by trading something they need . Also being able to communicate with others in the area , for warnings or news of whats happenimg close by with others .
I am a good old countryboy from Kentucky originally . I have always been a survivor , My background is military , Law enforcement and small farming . I have raised at least part of my food every year for most of my 59 years . I grew up working along side My father who distilled in me an attitude of finishing what I started , and that was reinforced in the military , as ” completing my mission ” . I still believe in God , Family and Flag . They say “no Man is an Island ” . I am not naive enough at this point to believe I am an island , but by my nature I am a self sufficient loner ( except for My helpmate , My wife ) . I am looking only for post SHTF trading contacts and communication contacts at this point . If this sounds good to you send me an e-mail ‘ And thanks for taking the time to read the post .

Sep 042013
 

Greetings,

Looking for other like minded folks on Whidbey Island, WA. I am on the South end in Langley. New to some aspects of prepping, knowledgeable about foraging, wilderness survival, food storage, etc. Is anyone out there interested in meeting or at least connecting online?

Jul 092013
 

In addition to my involvement in our local open Prepper group in Yakima, I am seeking additional members for a close-knit team. The team has a split focus on mutual support in ‘bug-in’ scenarios, and consolidation during SHTF ‘bug-out’ time. A Bug-Out site is procured, but not yet secured. The site is over 60 acres of high ground with good SiteSec potential. The site is Private Property with water available, although that does need more development. Anyone joining the team will be expected to contribute labor, and some funding, to development of the site. Financial input will not put a hardship on members, we do this as we can.

The team is not fanatical, but is founded on Christian and Constitutional values. Consideration for joining is based on ability to contribute through skills, labor, “stuff”; but most importantly on “fit” with our standards and values. The expected goal is 12 adult members, including spouses & teens who are expected to contribute in some manner. Children under 16 are welcome with their parents and will learn appropriate skills and be tasked with duties. Fellowship & teamwork will get us through, but remember that a prepper group is like term life insurance; if you stop contributing before you need it, you don’t get the benefits.
Currently the most sought skills include Mechanical/automotive & Construction/masonry or alternative. All skills offer value, but these are the currently perceived necessities.

Jul 092013
 

We hold meetings each month at the local Red Cross training room. The meetings typically consist of discussions, training, and usually some bartering. Members vary greatly in their experience and skill levels, so no one should feel intimidated from attending. The group seems to be turning into a forum for both individual training and inter-group co-operation, so it is ideal for both finding/joining a team and forging friendships with others.

Red Cross – 302 S 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901

Second Saturday of each month at 18:00-20:00 (6-8pm)… although we have run longer.

Apr 132013
 

This is a repost from about a year ago. Gonna try it again.

We are a family of four who are looking to start a small group of like minded folks to form a small support network just in case the day does come where we would have to “bug out”. Ideally, a group of 15-20 people that live in Snohomish County.

We are a couple, both 50, and married for 30+ years (childhood sweethearts). We have 2 kids, 12 and 20. Both are great kids and we are considered “good people” by most that know us. We are far from being hardcore survivalists; however, we know that we should be prepared just in case the SHTF. We are not gun nuts, but we have a few firearms for home self defense purposes. We also know that no mattered how prepped you are, survival for a suburban family will be difficult.

We are looking for folks with families like us, but singles are okay too. Age is open as well and all skill sets are welcome. So what would be different? We want to be part of a group that understands that survival does not have to be dog eat dog. That good people can come together in an organized manner for the betterment and survival of the group as a whole. We are not motivated by religion or politics, and could care less about the color of your skin or your gender or orientation. We want to be part of a group that can work together in trying times and who can, as a group, circle the wagons when needed.

We would like the group to meet and communicate regularly to prep as a group. But as important, to get organized a head of time.

Ideas are welcome…………

Mar 052013
 

I go by the name Monster(my name is Braden and I’ve posted on here a few days ago) as in the energy drink. I’m looking for people between the locations of Seattle Washington to Lacey Washington. I’ve been saving up on the essential items for WHEN SHTF. I’ve got protection and a lot of things for the wild and would like to meet up with people to discuss good safe havens and easy routs to make a dash when something happens. I am 22 with 5 year Infantry and 1 deployment so I know how to shoot and and I know how to survive in the wilderness in case of emergency. If there is anyone out there who is near any of those areas give me a shout and I will be happy to discuss anything and everything. I also have a fiance who is more attuned to what is going on than I am and she is one tough cookie. Thanks and stay strong comrades

Mar 042013
 

The name is Braden. I am 22 years old and just recently got out of the military with five years Infantry active duty and only one deployment. Wish I could’ve had one more deployment, but I wasn’t that fortunate. I live just North for JBLM (Joint Base Lewis McChord) in Spanaway. Right now I can’t call myself a “big” prepper considering that I haven’t had much time to get everything I need. I mean sure I got lots of protection and things that would come in handy if I were to ever live off the land, but i know it’s not enough. I would like to meet new people and discuss matters that would be vital to our survival. Stay strong comrades.

Feb 202013
 

I am interested in finding other preppers in Vancouver. I need to learn hunting and fishing skills and can teach gardening, seed saving, soap making, home made cleaners, sewing, passive solar (beer can solar – you tube it), first aid, making first aid & hygeine items, chicken keeping, etc. contact me at my user name-at- the google mail place. com