Prepping and Survival
Stores have about three days of food. Distribution centers have about 2 weeks worth. During a hurricane, plywood flies off the shelves like plywood before a hurricane.
You can take some simple steps to prepare for man made and natural disasters. This isn’t tin-foil hat stuff but just common sense.
A focus on current remote job opportunities. This is the second in a series of tips related to the Coronavirus / Covid-19 / China Virus.Continue reading
President Trump has said several times that “the cure could be worse than the disease” and we need to get the country back in operation as soon as it is safe to do so. I don’t know if people fully understand what he means.Continue reading
Here are some random thoughts about the current Covid 19 / China Virus / Coronavirus pandemic.Continue reading
Unfortunately an event like the current pandemic brings out the good, bad and ugly in people. I’m seeing people at shore communities becoming dangerously hostile to ‘outsiders’. A second home always seemed to be a possible refuge if things ‘went bad’. Unfortunately this isn’t true.Continue reading
Sitsum for March 19th 2020. A trip to Giant for food.Continue reading
I started doing a lot of work in my yard and woods. Much of that involved chainsaws and dropping some decently sized trees. (6″ to 12″ diameter and 50′ high). Given the situation with the Covid 19 pandemic, I realized that was not a good idea.Continue reading
A major defense against germs and viruses is proper hand washing. However, the majority of us fail horribly at what should be a simple task. I know I need to make a lot of effort to get this right.Continue reading
Taking Virtual Vacations via Google Maps is a way for a lot of people who are currently stuck in their homes due to the Coronavirus to do something uniquely entertaining.Continue reading
Part 3 includes tips regarding refrigeration and cooking during a power failure.Continue reading
Part 2 – Planning ahead will ensure that you have adequate heat and light to provide comfort and safety for you and your family.Continue reading