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From the NY Times Article found HERE! Photograph by Dwight Eschliman for The New York Times The Douglas Family Stockpile Staples in 6-gallon buckets include: rice, beans, nuts, sugar, salt, matches, wheat, flour Freeze-dried meals  Assorted canned foods: cheese, butter and meat  Water-bath canner  Vacuum seale Pressure canner  Pots Canned meat: red is pork, green
I have both of these knives. They are both great knives. I agree with the outcome as well. Good side by side comparisons. Which knife is better, the SOG SEAL Pup or the Camillus Pilot Survival Knife? They're similar in size but differ greatly in weight and blade material. The Camillus is much heavier due

Rammed earth construction is gaining in popularity with home owners seeking to build Eco-friendly. Rammed Earth Construction is basically using the dirt under your feet, or from a local quarry to build a wall, house, shop, or anything else you can think of. Its a great concept since it doesn’t require brick, wood, quarried stone, etc to be used and transported. Everything is local!

In certain areas of the world, it is crucial to shape structures to endure the  damage and destruction associated with earthquakes. While we cannot predict an earthquake, scientists can sometimes give us warnings that earthquakes can be imminent. Unfortunately, when it comes down to brass tacks, we are completely at life's mercy to survive an
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