Mar 272021
 

I’m 33, male, in good health, and have no prepping skills.  My work has been in mental health, technical support.  I’ve just recently realized how bad things are and am looking to see if there are groups that accept untrained people this late in the game.  All I have is some food stockpiled, a firearm, and some basic supplies.  I can pay for any of my own supplies.  It’s knowledge and experience I need.  I appreciate any advice.

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Jul 172020
 

I’m a Christian woman looking to join with other preppers. I’ve lived with homesteaders and learned foraging there, which I went on to teach to others. I know the plants of the North East and Tennessee and North Carolina, can learn others. I can also contribute the counseling skills I’ve made my other career. I’ve done bare bones country living but as a healthy senior I’d prefer now some amenities, like indoor plumbing and electricity. If you have a community or just want to chat and exchange info, please reach out to me.

Mar 192019
 

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Are there any groups in the Waupaca area. My wife and I are looking to linkup with and find more information on any groups in our area

Mar 022019
 

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We have an established group that includes military, firefighters, communications, and medical people. We own land, have livestock and productive gardens. Everyone shoots. We are searching for other groups to network with, build trade relations with and train with. We can add new members if local.  Will elaborate further if you private message me.

Feb 072019
 

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Looking for like minded to add to our skills. Big into hunting ,gardening ,food prep ,horses , healthy lifestyle ,so much more!

Feb 062019
 

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From the Madison area.

Experience combat medic, lot of national guard and deployment time. Good medical skills, spent most of my career in the light Infantry. Knowledgeable in prolonged field care and field hygiene concerns. Spent many a night in lean-to shelters, no stranger to the bush. Done my share of door kicker stuff.

Have a wife, she shoots too. Both healthy enough to carry our own weight and more. She’s got years of child care skills if anyone has a family in the group.

We’re armed, but fresh to prepping. I have the bug-out skills and gear but need some group guidance on home preparations, would love a friendly ear to bounce ideas off of.

Hope this message finds you.

– Jake

Jan 052019
 

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Are there any out there? Would like to connect if possible. Looking for a safe house for single women, have been prepping can bring skills to the table. But the more in numbers will make light work. Or help fortify this home, in a rural area. PM me please
Thanks

Sep 262018
 

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Starting over for a 3rd time.
Lost everything I had due to situations, involving my grown children & husband. This time I’m needing to relocate just to get distance between us.
My husband isn’t a nice person, especially when drunk.
My children understand that I want to move to the countryside, but believe that I’m better off in the city, because I have never learned to drive.
I am in my early 50s, still having hope for my dreams from childhood to become reality. I don’t have very much preps, also never got the chance to learn skills by doing, which is how I learn best.
I have memories of my brother taking me hunting, cleaning what we caught, showing me how to build a simple shelter, all on our Papaw’s farm in Flaherty, KY. My Dad put me, at the age of 13, in charge of the wood stove while he was at work. He had me & my sisters handle the wood after he chopped it. Dad taught me (although I’m quite rusty now) how to start & maintain the fire. Those, memories were my realities back then.
My fire inside are still burning for the life I’ve been dreaming of.

Aug 132018
 

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My lady and I have recently started prepping. Running solo is VERY disconcerting. Skills and supplies are growing with time. Trouble is we are running out of time. Looking to get in contact with like minded people/groups in our area.

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