I hope this can become the central hub for all things homesteading, preparedness, self-sufficient living and all that surrounds those subjects. I encourage you to share this forum with others and jump in the discussions. If you have any suggestions please let me know.
The rules are pretty simple. Remember the Golden Rule, Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Keep it civil and polite. No personal attacks or threats. We DO NOT condone illegal activity. We DO NOT discriminate race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age or beliefs. No spamming!
Thank you for joining us and helping making this a real community.
I'm not sure either. I'm still working on a few bugs before I start promoting it more. I would like this forum to be a place where all Preppers/homesteaders can come and talk. This site has the ability to meet just about every need we would have for a forum for everyone, it's just getting people on board.
You're welcome ! I would love to see this forum to take off . It would be sooooo nice to skip over you-tube and facebook for interaction with people of like mindset. If you can think of anyway I can help just let me know .
Howdy. Thanks for letting me in. I'm not sure if I can be much of a contributor, but I'm a darn good lurker. lol Na, seriously, tho, I will try to be involved. I don't always have smart info to add, so I'll keep my mouth shut til I do. I sure like reading what other folks are doing. And, I like these old style forums. I (like you) am sick up to my nose with Fb and things like that. I suspect we'll all be going back to these kinds of formats soon.
People hate the truth. Luckily, the truth doesn't care.
Hey all. I'm living up in south central Iowa and thinking of buying land in southern Missouri/northern Arkansas for a homestead - not just for myself by I have two adult sons and a youngster left at home that I'm homeschooling. I was born in Springfield and my grandfather was a dairy farmer outside of West Plaines - I still have some cousins around West Plaines and Mountain Home - in a way this feels a lot like planning to go back home. I miss trees and hills.
I'm looking to connect with other homesteaders. We've been living in a small town and while I garden, can, sew and all that stuff - I work from home and my life really has been super easy. I run to the store when I feel like it - it's 4 blocks away. I often drive home on empty because the gas station is 6 blocks away. My husband isn't too keen on relocating so it may be that my boys go first and I try to leave when the "zombies" are a couple blocks away.
Since I am a Christian, my biggest concern is locating near other like minded believers for fellowship and possible worship. It's probably a bad idea to go at this as a lone ranger. Thanks Travis for putting this up. I use Facebook, but I don't like them and every step away from them is a good step.
Hello everyone, This is a great idea. I too am a Christian, and so a lot of things we are seeing today is not surprising. I think the idea of creating connections is so helpful, so many people would not listen to what I had to say concerning where this nation is headed. I tried over the years. Don't know if it is because of my age or what. Over the years I kept trying to add to my different skills, of pattern maker, sewer, crotchet, basket maker, gardening, cooking using every kind of alternative way, using alternative food sources just incase we are without something. Unless the Lord opens a door for me to move, I may be hunkering down in my little city, north west Georgia. So I would like to connect with a group in my area. I am alone, but would love to connect with like minded people.
Grateful that I found you here. I tried to join but this site doesn't accept my email as a real email. So I will check in from time to time.
Yes I am new security guard live in Sacramento California glad to be a part off this group I would like to meet other Survivalist and Prepper’s so if you get a chance pout me on your map firstname.lastname@example.org .?
Post by reverendhoppes on Oct 21, 2020 19:28:52 GMT
Greetings from a place with no name on the Ar/Mo border of Bullshoals lake. We have 200 acres and have lived here ten yrs now 100% off grid. I am an Ordained minister and recognised Native American medicine man. I am also a disabled veteran, father, husband & ol'biker mutt.
Thankyou for this forum and service mind to provide this for like minded folks to come together.