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All Things Survival: Show 19: In For The Long Haul ***On The Air!!!****

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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:52 PM
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Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 8:00PM EST

illustrial.net

The gathered a panel of hosts, include Military Veterans, Mountain Men and just plain old Hillbillies, with a combined experience in Survival of over 100 years!!!!!

Your Panel

JacKatMtn
Semperfortis
Ahabstar
12m8keall2c
Asktheanimals
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Advisor

This week we will be talking about setting up and planning for the long term situation. Many things to cover and consider from camp location factors on safety, security to visibility. Items to stock, items to weigh their weight versus benefit be it tools, gear, ammo or food. Looks to be a deep discussion for your thoughts and opinions as well as questions.

So TUNE IN THURSDAY @ 8:00PM EASTERN via illustrial.net and give us some listeners while you learn and expand your knowledge along the way. And if you have not checked out our YouTube Channel, stop by and watch the videos we have up. And be sure to leave comments, hit the like button or subscribe as you feel is appropriate.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 08:13 PM
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And how about a recipe for Beaver tail?
Yeah, you read that right

Guess you'll have to listen to find out.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 08:33 PM
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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
And how about a recipe for Beaver tail?
Yeah, you read that right

Guess you'll have to listen to find out.


Beaver is good eating so is raccoon and opossum if you cook it right. But rattlesnake would have to be my favorite though.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 08:42 PM
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Someone gets hungry enough, they will eat the rear end of a skunk if they have to. Great stuff and looking forward to the information flow.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 11:35 AM
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Sly old fox...
leave it an old timer like you to know how ta split and spit a beaver tail... pun intended



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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Bad thing is that if you do not cook them right it can be a bit messy and not very satisfying. That said, I do like like eating a good beaver tail. But I am also rather fond of elephant ears as well, especially with strawberries and powdered sugar.

Fortunately, it is one of the few treats you could do in a long term situation however your results may not be as good as store bought considering how you would go about making the sugar. Making the sugar from maple sap would be the easiest to accomplish.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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Ya know...
not long ago I posted some of my... not to traditional... Native American recipes...
www.abovetopsecret.com...
Most of them are camp foods... easy to make in the field... if you can boil water... you shouldn't have any problem making these SHTF... feel free to use them on the show if you like...

I got one more thing you can add to the show and how people used to get by with next to nothing...
Here is a poem I found about Waste not, want not ...and my folks and grand-folks never waisted nothing...
DEPRESSION FLOUR-SACK UNDERWEAR


When I was just a maiden fair,
Mama made our underwear;
With many kids and Dad's poor pay,
We had no fancy lingerie.
Monograms and fancy stitches
Did not adorn our Sunday britches;
Pantywaists that stood the test
Had "Gold Medal" on my breast.
No lace or ruffles to enhance,
Just "Pride of Bloomington" on my pants.
One pair of panties beat them all,
For it had a scene I still recall-
Harvesters were gleaning wheat
Right across my little seat.
Rougher than a grizzly bear
Was my flour-sack underwear,
Plain, not fancy and two feet wide
And tougher than a hippo's hide.
All through Depression each Jill and Jack
Wore the sturdy garb of sack.
Waste not, want not, we soon learned
That a penny saved is a penny earned.
There were curtains and tea towels, too,
And that is just to name a few,
But the best beyond compare
Was my flour-sack underwear.

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posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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I think I have read that one once. Years ago in an English Lit class. Seems like forever ago though.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 01:55 PM
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Originally posted by Ahabstar
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I think I have read that one once. Years ago in an English Lit class. Seems like forever ago though.

The other day I saw an Amish family over at the local Walmart... guess that they had in the cart...
Flour in twenty five pound flower print cotton sacks...

Yeah I knew what they were gonna do with the sacks when the flour was gone...



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 05:01 PM
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Originally posted by DaddyBare

Originally posted by Ahabstar
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I think I have read that one once. Years ago in an English Lit class. Seems like forever ago though.

The other day I saw an Amish family over at the local Walmart... guess that they had in the cart...
Flour in twenty five pound flower print cotton sacks...

Yeah I knew what they were gonna do with the sacks when the flour was gone...


Bury FDA SWAT teams?



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