In this column, the SurvivalBlog editors review their week’s prep activities and planned prep activities for the coming week.
The supply of pre-1899 guns is frozen (and in fact declining, with wear and tear), yet there are constantly more new collectors and shooters who reach the age of majority.
First of all, for preparedness, I boiled down chicken bones that I had frozen two weeks ago, for chicken broth and pressure canned it.
I had a eight pound frozen log of ground turkey that I thawed, fried and pressure canned, and also eight pounds of ground beef.
I saw the eagle sitting at the very top of a Spruce tree with two crows circling it and attacking it.

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