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Fresh Potatoes

Posted by Kevin Felts On July 1, 2009 Comments Off

Fresh Potatoes just pulled up. Related PostsPotato plants three weeks after planting Planting potatoes for 2014 garden What To Plant In The Spring 2013 Garden Old style potato farming Crop Rotation




Maxpedition proteus versipack

Posted by Kevin Felts On July 1, 2009 Comments Off

Looking for a fannypack / buttpack that you can just grab and go with? Well, the Maxpedition Proteus Versipack might just fit the bill. Dimensions: * Main: 9″ x 6″ x 3″ * Frontal: 8″ x 5″ x 1.5″ * Side: 6″ x 3″ x 1.75″ * Belt: Integral Waist Belt at 49″ max. Product  [ Read More ]




Lemons on a lemon tree

Posted by Kevin Felts On June 30, 2009 Comments Off

Lemons are an excellent choice for the urban survivalist garden. Related PostsIdeas for a get home bag Texas February 2011 Ice Storm Texas rolling blackouts Peas and Snap Beans Growing Tomatoes




Whitetail deer pictures

Posted by Kevin Felts On June 21, 2009 Comments Off

Whitetail deer are a medium sized deer native to the United States. One feature that has ensured the species survival is that they can adapt to just about any kind of terrain, or food source. Some species do well in forest, or grasslands – but not both. Whitetail deer can adapt to woodlands, grassy plains  [ Read More ]




Flashlights sold out before the storm

Posted by Kevin Felts On June 17, 2009 Comments Off

As Hurricane Ike was approaching Texas in September of 2008, one of the first items to sell out was flashlights. The cheaper the flashlight, the faster it sold out. And it was not just regular flashlights that sold out, it was also the hand crank kind.  This picture was taken about 2 days before Hurricane  [ Read More ]




Monument to the 1900 galveston hurricane

Posted by Kevin Felts On June 7, 2009 Comments Off

This monument is dedicated to the survivors and those who lost their lives in the 1900 hurricane that hit Galveston, Texas. It sits along the beach wall at Galveston. Related PostsGalveston ferry sucks Complacency and disaster preparedness Becoming complacent with disaster preparedness