I can’t get the link
I can’t find that page either. This is not good PR!!!!!
There is nothing to fear if we are prepared..if we are not then we are not doing as we should..this is such a great blog…thank you…Nancy Halbern
Still can’t get in to sites eEspecially the one talking about the new website.
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I am still not seeing the answer to yesterdays question. How are we then supposed to counted as participating?
I can’t find the page, still. Can you put a link to it? I don’t see one.
Well, I don’t have a family so I’m just giessung. I’d probably go to REI or some sort of camp/sports store because they have cool gadgets like water filters and maybe those butane burners. And possibly get those food dehydrators and dehydrate a ton of food; liquids weigh too much. And basic sewing kit, basic emergency kit (I’ve never had to use one), It depends on a lot of factors, but if there were still grass and trees or if I were in an area where the ground was comfortable, I probably wouldn’t really have a tent. But some lightweight material of a blanket just in case of cold nights; again I’d probably find something like this at REI. There’s a lot of factors to consider, and guess if it is apocalypse, you don’t really know what to expect. I also don’t have kids, and am purely basing on if the kids were like me and could handle discomfort.
its in the homepage, right underneath the front banner, it say select an option to customize your homepage
I can’t find the page either!!!!!!