Gail Jardin wrote:For those of you who already have your homestead established, do you feel that you are prepped enough to survive a major catastrophe?
Could you feed your livestock without feed stores and only outside feed from close neighbors and friends?
Do you own your homestead outright or would you loose it to the bank?
What medical supplies do you have on hand if you can not get to a doctors or vets?
What would you do when you run out of basic amenities like batteries, toilet paper etc?
Kate Downham wrote:I think in some ways the kitchen is the most important place to start,
Travis Johnson wrote:Sleds are great.
I like snowshoeing
Caroline LaVin wrote:SMOOTH cast iron pan made in America.
David Fraleigh wrote:Many people in this thread have spoken of having to have both a car and a truck to cover their needs. What really bugs me about that is that the insurers want to charge you double as if you can drive them both at the same time... I am a firm believer in having a good roof rack and a good small trailer. I built a house hauling the majoritiy of the building supplies behind a Ford Escort using just those two items.