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Apr 03

Prep Updates: On the Road

I’ve been on the road like crazy lately, the good news is that I still try to carve out time for the blog and especially to post more updates from The Maj and his bugout journey (look for the next one this weekend).  I put in 6 hours in meetings today followed by 8 hours on the road back to the house, sometimes I wonder if life on a homestead in the middle of nowhere might be easier.  In other news I’m looking forward to going shooting this weekend and taking my dog on a hike.  I think I’ll wear my BOB during just to get a feel for it.

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  • Mayday 400 Calorie Emergency Food Bar
  • Swiss Army Style Knife
  • Rain Poncho
  • 25 ft Atwood 550 Paracord – Black

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2 comments

  1. J

    A schedule like that almost makes a SHTF scenario seem like a holiday :)

    1. PJ

      Agree! Just cuts into my family time but until Warren Buffet decides to give me 100 acres of forested woodlands and a log cabin I guess I’ll continue working.

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