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djmarch

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About djmarch

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    Still thinking about it...

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    Colorado - Front range
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    crafts, gardening, reading
  1. The last book a Breath of Snow and Ashes, was my least favorite... I am a true fan have read and reread all of them the Fiery Cross, rereading again for probably the 3rd or 4th time, and have reread all of the rest at least 2 times or more, but I have not been able to reread A Breath of snow.... The rape of Clare, (goodness, everyone in the family was horribly raped, except poor Roger who was hung. I guess I will probably reread it again sometime, but I am still not over the hardships this family I love had to endure.... I think Diana went a lil overboard this time,,,,, She is my favorite auth
  2. I keep propane tanks, charcoal, and liter in the dog house that the dogs don't use.... It is away from the house and is dry. I have tried to buy a lil at a time, and just keep buying extra, it has slowly built up. I am not quite where I want to be, but I am working on it. My husband built the dog house and it is very large......
  3. Mommyofsix, I have had a few of the 2.5 gallons of water spring leaks in my garage. Not the normal, but I have had new bottles leak. I am also getting a supply built up of the 7 gal Reliance water jugs because they are more durable than the commercial water, and the jugs should last a very long time. I made a water caddy by purchasing 4 heavy duty casters at walmart, and screwing those to the bottom of a long 2x12 board with a cordless drill, and attached another board to pull it around with, (a handle). I keep this caddy in my garage, and pull it out and refill those bottles every thre
  4. I'll keep you in my prayers.
  5. This past weekend we had out of town company visting, in-laws and close friend of the family. Well, I had basically no notice of arrival, so no time to contemplate, the removal of assorted items in my guest room stacked on bed, such as canning jars, vac sealed pasta's, beans, crackers, mixes, matches, etc. not to mention the huge stack of tp and pt stacked on my upright deep freezer in my hallway, along with various tissues, drinks, etc, waiting for attention or a permanent place to dwell..... SO, I chose this time (as good as any) to bring up the issue of stocking up and the friend of the fa
  6. Great tip ladies, I have just made a note in my purse notebook to get some Kirklands brand next trip to Sam's Club. I used to be brand loyal to Gain or Fab until I came here, and you ladies convinced me to open my eyes to other possibilites. And the thought of another 5 gal bucket, just waiting to be used and refilled....... a thrill..... I can pack 25 lbs of vac sealed rice in a 5 gal bucket!!!! I want to see how many lbs of just beans vac sealed I can get in a 5 gal bucket......
  7. Wow!!! I am impressed!!! Sounds very exciting and promises to be quite a learing experience! Please share the details when you return.
  8. Great recipe thank you! I want to start using my emergency pantry products, and cycling them into my daily menu's when I can. I like Granola, but have never made it.... I can't wait to try this, sounds great!!!! Chocalate chips, butterscotch, and the coconut sounds awfully good to me right now....
  9. Please share your recipe for granola.... I was looking for one a few days ago!!!!! Thank you!!!
  10. YOU GO GIRL!! There is nothing like that smell of sun dried towels, sheets, etc. It does make a big difference.
  11. I really like my Tilia Food Saver, works very nicely.... I would fill the holes in my preps, medical supplies, future heating, cooking , lighting etc. before I bought applicances unless, I felt petty comfortable with what I have........ I am working on mine, but still have lots of holes I could fill up with 400.00........That amount could buy a lot of things......... HAVE FUN !!
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