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Another new build
by Paddler
[November 17, 2018, 07:15:08 pm]
Re: How did you prepare today?
by Paddler
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by Arkane
[November 15, 2018, 10:21:18 pm]
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by odzy
[November 15, 2018, 07:53:53 am]
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[November 14, 2018, 09:20:05 pm]
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 on: November 17, 2018, 07:15:08 pm 
Started by Paddler - Last Post by Paddler
Thought I,d explain my new avatar can,t help myself building canoe,s is addictive this one is 12 foot long to go with the 16 foot Canadian and the kayak next on list is a one sheet 10 foot canoe out of 3mm ply light and easy to use ,smooth water only for that one , been thinking about a 10 to 12 foot clinker dinghy after that but here,s the new build in progress

To much work but I can,t help it

Cheers paddler

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 on: November 17, 2018, 07:08:50 pm 
Started by aus.templar - Last Post by Paddler
Went to another auction last week and picked up a genny welder ,not bad 200amp welder and 3 Kva genny for $350 and a few other goodies ,spent today at home in the veggie garden , dam blackbirds keep heaping my straw mulch all over the small plants , got the slingshot out with some 6 mm ball bearings fixed a couple ,spraying tomorrow and pick up a Rhs base with for ply for camper trailer base and some 75 x50 Rhs for a new drawbar from a bloke who owes me a couple favours for digging out for his cold store come bunker on his property another love job but something in return this time , just need to Order. the camper trailer tent and be up and running next summer when it’s all done

Cheers paddler

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 on: November 15, 2018, 10:21:18 pm 
Started by Gympiegoat - Last Post by Arkane
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 on: November 15, 2018, 07:53:53 am 
Started by aus.templar - Last Post by odzy
this year we got a good crop of limes and lemons, trees are so loaded that we had to prop them to support the branches from breaking off  ;) 
Cherry trees are coming along finally, no fruit this year as we removed flowers to give them a chance to do better next year. 
Capsicums are loaded in the greenhouse with a bumper crop, so are the chillies, and our cos lettuce is ready to harvest.  Fig trees are doing really well but my beloved plum trees don't have a single plum on them this year which means no schnapps :(

On another matter:  Cleaver's has a special on Aussie Outback 308/168GR Matchking AMMO ATM  ;)
Picked up another 20 x 480 pc cans last week   :P

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 on: November 14, 2018, 09:20:05 pm 
Started by aus.templar - Last Post by grenadier
Planted water melons and westralia beans. Did some weeding, garden bed preps, fertilizing and irritating. Am developing a small local network of heirloom seed growers and savers.

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 on: November 14, 2018, 07:10:19 pm 
Started by aus.templar - Last Post by Gympiegoat
Watered for 3 hours today. First crop of jaboticaba is in fruit. I have about 20 of the trees. I love them but so do birds. Should be some left for me with that many trees. lol  They can fruit up to 8 times a year under good conditions. 3 - 5 is normal.

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 on: November 14, 2018, 06:27:35 pm 
Started by Prepper03 - Last Post by Paddler
Here,s the link

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 on: November 14, 2018, 11:43:29 am 
Started by Prepper03 - Last Post by Pedro
I have a .pdf put out by the USA Dept of defence in 1962 titled "Familyshelterdesigns".

They were intended as nuclear fallout shelters,
so you get a bonus of blast and radiation protection ratings - if you are expecting that sort of SHTF.

It contains eight designs  but some are integrated into or against the family house so probably not of interest.

Five others that might be of interest are;
Outside semi-mounded plywood box
Below ground corrugated steel culvert (was a commercially available device back then)
Outside semi-mounded steel igloo (again was a commercially available kit)
Aboveground earth covered lumber A frame
Below ground new construction clay masonry.

Don't suppose the pdf can be put on the forum, but maybe can Email ?

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 on: November 13, 2018, 09:22:06 pm 
Started by doomsdayprepper4570 - Last Post by doomsdayprepper4570
At what cost as most of the troops from that event are dead now.
I think yanks killed more of their own than the enemy.
Plus depleted uranium paint on tanks, apc's etc etc.
As well as the poison from the scud missiles the dickheads shot down.
Genetically further modified HIV giving gulf war syndrome disease.
The list goes on.
They are a fucked up breed!

 10 
 on: November 13, 2018, 09:02:19 pm 
Started by Prepper03 - Last Post by Hoopy
You might try googling up "The $50 Underground House"...I found it years ago but back then he put all the info on the net but he ended up writing a book so not sure if it's still there and It wasn't nuke-proof but it sure was camouflaged.

  Personally I don't think I'd enjoy living in one for real but sadly money is the difference between a good bunker and a death trap.

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