A Day Late

(Source: militiamedic)

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loki-cat:

hurpthederp:

thenarator:

joshunf:

this guy would survive in movies

girl i hope you appreciate your boyfriend. he just stood practically on top of a horror movie monster so you could get out of the elevator first. he loves you.

are we going to ignore the actress who got kicked in the face

act like a bitch get slapped like a bitch

loki-cat:

hurpthederp:

thenarator:

joshunf:

this guy would survive in movies

girl i hope you appreciate your boyfriend. he just stood practically on top of a horror movie monster so you could get out of the elevator first. he loves you.

are we going to ignore the actress who got kicked in the face

act like a bitch get slapped like a bitch

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hqcreations:

Protecting My Caneberries!

My first raspberries of the year just came in; we finished the berry protection in the nick of time! This structure is basically deer netting, PVC pipes, zip ties, garden stakes, and a couple of hooks.

First, we buried three 6 to 8 PVC pipe segments as foundations. We fed one end of a skinner pipe into the the foundation pipe, and the other end into the underside of our shed to create a perfect curve.

Next, we secured deer netting to the left and right panels with zipties and garden stakes at the bottom to keep the panels taunt.

To add the front panel, we first had to secure a horizontal pipe across the top of the curved pipes with zipties. To this pipe we secured deer netting that covered the width of the structure. At the bottom of the structure we secured another PVC pipe to the netting 1) to act as a weight to keep the netting taunt and 2) to act as a curtain draw.

When we want to access the berries, we can simply lift up the netting and rest it on top of some metals hooks that we fed through the underside of our shed. No extra adhesion necessary.

I hope these photos are clear. The system’s been working out really well for us. Plus, this was super cheap to put together!

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yarrowandyew:

videre-licet:

flowersgardenlove:

Mini greenhouse made Flowers Garden Love

this is an excellent cold frame design

super cute! The brick would make a great thermal mass for a greenhouse. For cold frames I prefer portable ones that can move to different direct-sewn sections if I need them. And I would wonder about that therm all mass in the bricks actually slowing down hardening off… but that could be desirable in some situations!

yarrowandyew:

videre-licet:

flowersgardenlove:

Mini greenhouse made Flowers Garden Love

this is an excellent cold frame design

super cute! The brick would make a great thermal mass for a greenhouse. For cold frames I prefer portable ones that can move to different direct-sewn sections if I need them. And I would wonder about that therm all mass in the bricks actually slowing down hardening off… but that could be desirable in some situations!

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asderathos:

The Obliteration of the 72 Hour Myth [Source: TheBlazeTV]

asderathos:

The Obliteration of the 72 Hour Myth [Source: TheBlazeTV]

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thehumanpath:

Urban survival students work on building a shelter out of scavenged items in a post-disaster preparedness exercise.
http://www.thehumanpath.com/urban/urban-survival-skills.htm

thehumanpath:

Urban survival students work on building a shelter out of scavenged items in a post-disaster preparedness exercise.

http://www.thehumanpath.com/urban/urban-survival-skills.htm

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Survival Tip Of The Day

almostanarchic:

This link includes of list of things some preppers fail to ever think about. Definitely worth taking a look.

http://uscrow.org/2012/12/24/top-threats-to-preppers-in-a-post-apocalyptic-survival-scenario/

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maxsalad:

Improvised Kidney tonic Tincture : Fresh leaves of :- 

Lemon balm

Ground ivy

Dandelion

Cleavers

Chopped up, with a knife, put in a jar with Cider brandy 80% alcohol.

leave for : -a few days - up to 2 weeks, depending on what qualities you wish to bring out. 

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