seeing who’s out there, looking to connect with preppers, maybe join a group.
Hello from rocky mountain Montana. Now is the time to lay in some firewood for the coming winter. Even tho it hit almost 100F here we know winter is coming. Same goes for the economic/political world around us.
By some reports the monetary supply has been inflated by 34% in the last year and the local Holly Hobby is paying $17 an hour for clerks? Time to be self reliant and have your own means of keeping you and yours fed and safe.
I am always looking for others who are actively pursuing self reliance for the coming events and situations.
I am truly worried that I won’t be able to find an off grid property in Northern Arizona in time as it seems properties have been bought up over night I started out going to care for my Mother 83 in Prescott Valley since she broke her leg a couple years back and felt she really needed my help I put my things in storage and have been with her over 10 months everything was great I started growing a garden and continuing to research living off grid but we started noticing the peacefull nieghborhood was changing in a major way everyone was moving and young people from NY & California bought up 90 percent of this neighborhood so we decided to sell this home & build an Earth Bermed Home on a 3 acre property in Kirkland that my mother owns with two parcels my brother lives in a home on one parcel. anyway we are good friends with the Builder we have but it was looking as if the soil testing & Septic could drag on for several months my Mother being 83 we just don’t have time to wait with everything going on in the world I think we are just to late…. if anyone knows where we could find at least 1 acre 900-2,000 sf off the grid home in Northern AZ. $90,000 to $250,000 even if its not completed I do Custom Stone Work and able to finish a place if the main structure is complete besides having a Builder for any additial task that involve solar hook ups or plumbing for a complete self sustainable off grid home we have 80,000 thousand available now great credit and $400,00 I will be recieving shortly with the sale of my Prescott Valley Home…….Please help us if you know of any place that might work for us I will pay $1,000 finders fee
Want to make acquaintances with local preppers to discuss related topics and the possibility of forming a network. I’m ham radio licensed, hold current certifications for basic first aid/CPR, and self taught in many facets of prepping. Roy. [email protected]
My family and I have been prepping for around 10 years now. I have acquired 90% of my families preps from Firearms/Ammo, Generator both Gas/Propane and solar, food and water cache to last 12 months, medical supplies to last for several years. I am a 25 year RN currently working on my FNP. I am a master gardener and I am skilled in raising live stock. My firearms skills are at a master’s level and I can repair just about any firearm. We are looking for a stable preppers group that we can grow with.
Openings at Survival Sanctuary near Mt. St. Helens, SW Washington/NW Oregon
We are a little private Sanctuary in the foothills of Mt. St. Helens, east of Kelso, WA. House at 300′ elevation, 5 forested acres (alder, maple, cedar, fir, blackberries), directly adjacent to millions of acres of uninhabited forest land where we can freely roam (deer, elk, coyote, cougar) We are edge-of-the-wilderness based, not city, town, or farm-based, although we grow a large garden.
We plan to keep the Team small for many reasons, including that our fallout shelter only holds 6. We are prepared for nuclear war, (actual) disease plague (by self-isolation), climate disruption (although our weakness is forest fire), and general financial/commercial/political collapse (by self-sufficiency). We are also in fairly good shape for most Black Swans (earthquake, etc.) The Sanctuary is prepared to make the transition to complete self-sufficiency if necessary (gardening, hunting, fishing, herbal medicine).
Current members include a mental-health therapist, a mechanical engineer, a medical pathology assistant, and a plant nursery worker. We have many other skills among us.
In new people, we are more interested in maturity and good values than any certain skills, but you must be fairly well educated (for your age), open to learning, and willing to teach what you know. Emotional stability, intelligence, patience, respect, cooperation, and intuition are highly valued. We are NOT interested in control freaks, politicians, chatter boxes, or the judgmental, impulsive, lazy, or defensive.
Good health and mobility, and strong immune systems, are necessary. No drug dependencies (including recreational), significant food allergies, or claustrophobia. Politics and religion must be kept strictly personal. No costs (other than your own gear), but you must have transportation to get here (unless very close).
The Sanctuary may or may not be a residential situation for new members during normal times. For some members, it is a retreat location where we gather to explore, work, learn, and play. All members stay ready to dash to the Sanctuary if/when necessary. We have 2 openings, suitable for individuals, a couple, or parent and youth. We would only consider youth who are capable of grown-up behavior whenever it is needed (minimum age about 8).
The Sanctuary is strictly private, not associated with any government, business, or religion. At all times we operate completely in “family” mode, never in “landlord-tenant” mode. We will keep all communications confidential. Write to zimindrixli at the mail service that is a cheer of success or discovery.