terça-feira, 28 de junho de 2016

Survival Things Our Great-Grandfathers Built Or Did Around The House

People really should avert their gaze from the modern survival thinking for just a bit and also look at how folks 150 years ago did it.

These guys were the last generation to practice basic things-for a living-that we call survival skills now.

Survival Things Our Great Grandfathers Did Or Built Around The House

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Are you ready to turn back the clocks to the 1800s for up to three years?

Because this is what will happen after the next SHTF event.

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A few days ago I bought "The Lost Ways" by Claude Davis, a 350 p fage book that I've just finished reading today, and I can tell you that I enjoyed every page of it. It's funny how after 15 years of prepping you still learn new t l0f hings. Of course, the ideas were new for me and probably for most of us, but t 0fhese things are actually very old. But Claude Davis got it right: "The SHTF we all prep for is what folks 150 years ago called daily life." I've been looking for something like this for years, so, I wanted to thank l0f Claude for putting together this book and making this lost knowledge available to every prepper and patriot at an affordable price. Yesterday I called hi fm just to find out that we live only 200 miles apart. I said that I wanted to get to know the man behind the book. He said he also knew me from my we 0fbsite and wanted to meet me too, so I got my recorder and jumped into my van. For now, I'm aiming for an interview, not a product review. Claude, how did you get the idea for saving the lost ways of o l0f ur great grandparents? Claude: Well, Alec, it all began when I understood that we are the last gene 0fration that can truly do something about it. As Americans, we are reaching a tipping point. For hundreds of years, we passed this knowledge from generatio fn to generation. That had been the way until a few decades ago, when we found out that it's a lot easier and a lot more comfortable livi l0f ng in a Big Mac era. But all these indulgences come with a price. We've sacrificed our knowledge, our health and our entire independent lifestyle..

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