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Posted on 12/02/2012 7:04:37 PM PST by Kartographer
If you have a copy of my book, Survival Mom, youre already familiar with the emergency preparedness plan worksheets found at the end of each chapter.
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Communist Obamanation File.
I have all these. Copied on a bunch of thumb drives, on several non working phones that are always charged. Every computer Nook and Ipad.
They are in folders in email accounts that are on different class C and different providers whose networks transit each other but are not on the same cloud.
As well, a few of us have many of these in printed form in our homes, stoarge and a few hiding spots we came up with.
Unless you speak Navajo, know the codes we created, where to find those and the new codes good luck finding the rest of the stuff we cached.
You’ll only get a few at best.
So much good reading there. Got so interested, I missed my bedtime. I am going to have to buy some more paper and ink to keep up with what I want to print.
I put those, and many more, on a Micro SD card (actually, several copies). It’s always in every e-reader in the house, and we have a solar charger for the e-readers. And ONE e-reader, just in case, is in the Faraday Box. . .
I am sort of low-tech. My Daughter could probably show me how to put them onto a disk of some kind. My eyes hurt if I read the computer or kindle for very long, so I often just pring stuff and put it in 3 ring binders.
However, it would be great to have a couple of back up disks that I could load on our portable computer.
Preparing for Natural Disasters.
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