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  1. Tornado Information

    Back up to the front! As it is tornado season now.
  2. This is a topic that is missing in this area. So here is some useful info on this subject. More tornadoes happen during the day but more people are killed by them at night. If you live in areas prone to violent storms you should have a emergency weather radio which should be on 24/7. They can be set to alert you during severe weather bulletins. And heed the warnings when given. Because tornadoes can strike at anytime and anywhere. http://www.fema.gov/areyouready/tornadoes.shtm http://www.noaawatch.gov/themes/severe.php http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/brochures/tornado.shtml http://www.smithgear.com/weather-devices-weather-radios.html
  3. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

    Well now there is another book out by Carine McCandless called The Wild Truth. I picked it up to read but haven't got to it as of yet.
  4. Campfire Talk

    28* here this morning. No wind yet. Have had winds out of the north the past few days.
  5. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

    McCandless was a smart kid with a lot of emotional issues. He made some real bad choices. There are cabins around there but the park service don't think he did it. There was also a hand rail car to cross the river located not far from there had he just walked in that direction. The bus is a emergency shelter for hunters or anyone traveling in the back country. There will always be unanswered questions for this tragic story. But Krakauer isn't the most honest writer either. He changed the ending in his book from his original one it has been said. I know a guy who is a pilot and has land by there who seen him at the bus quite a few times flying over. I think he never ventured far from the bus so he never got the lay of the land. I truly think had he explored more and found other edible plants and had dried the salmon that run in that river he may have been alive today. He could have easily walked back down the Stampede Trail and gone into Healy and did odd jobs just to make some money for supplies. But he let his pride and stubbornness get in his way. I have read the book and everything else on this subject and seen the movie when it came out in theaters. I also own it on DVD. I don't think he was stupid in any way. I just think he made bad choices due to his stubbornness. There is now a book out of his photos they recovered from his camera.
  6. Heard any good ones lately

    Being popular on Facebook is like sitting at the cool table in a cafeteria at a mental hospital. At breakfast, the husband says to the wife, "What would you do if I won the Lotto?" "I'd take my half and leave you," she says. "Great," he says. "Here's $6. I won $12 yesterday! Stay in touch." I don't like making plans for the day because then the word "premeditated" gets thrown around in the courtroom.
  7. Heard any good ones lately

    A professor of chemistry wanted to teach his 5th grade class a lesson about the evils of liquor, so he produced an experiment that involved a glass of water, a glass of whiskey, and two worms. "Now, class. Observe closely the worms," said the professor, putting a worm first into the water. The worm in the water writhed about, happy as a worm in water could be. The second worm, he put into the whiskey. It writhed painfully, and quickly sank to the bottom, dead as a doornail. "Now, what lesson can we derive from this experiment?" the professor asked. Johnny, who naturally sat in back, raised his hand and wisely responded, "Drink whiskey and you won't get worms."
  8. Here are a couple of videos on the Mors Kochanski Survival Scarf.
  9. Heard any good ones lately

    Grandpa was always going on about the good old days, and the lower cost of living, in particular. "When I was a kid, my mom could send me to the store, and I'd get a salami, two pints of milk, 6 oranges, 2 loaves o' bread, a magazine, and some new blue jeans ... all for a dollar!!" Then Grandpa said sadly, "You can't DO that anymore ... they got those danged video cameras everywhere."
  10. I got a handful of GITD beads last year from a science event in the community last year.
  11. Campfire Talk

    But is the corn GMO corn?
  12. OUTBREAK NEWS H7N9

    They had someone die from swine flu in Anchorage recently. Have had 11 confirmed cases so far.
  13. Campfire Talk

    KW he would make a great rug and Lot's of bear burger.
  14. Farmagedon 2013

    That is just wrong, no bacon. Biscuits and gravy one day bacon the next. Wish I could make it.
  15. Great pics Muddy. Glad you had a great time.
  16. Campfire Talk

    Hope she mends fast.
  17. Ontario canoe-tripper and winter camper

    Welcome to WildSurvive. Enjoy the forum.
  18. Campfire Talk

    :nop:
  19. Campfire Talk

    Don't know. For the first time in life I am truly homeless and broke. She burned through my saving's, and told me she decieved me to get what she wanted. I said thank you. I could get a contract here but need to have my own housing, and rent would be with utilities 2K a month. Then factor 200.00 a week for food. Can't do it.
  20. Campfire Talk

    Well need to pack today. Have wasted 2 year's taking care of someone. Wish I never had come here.
  21. Campfire Talk

    They'll only do it once. They will learn quickly not to touch when someone yell's clear!
  22. Campfire Talk

    Warm weather. -21* here at the moment.
  23. Campfire Talk

    Buttermilk pancakes and bacon sound's better. Or better yet biscuits & gravy
  24. Wild Survive cookbook

    Creole Breakfast Bread Pudding Preheat oven to 325°F. Heat a sauté pan over medium-high heat. Add the sausage and cook until golden brown and the fat is rendered, about 5 minutes. Add the onions and bell peppers, and sauté until soft, 3 minutes. Add the green onions and stir well. Add the white wine and reduce slightly, stirring, about 1 minute over high heat. Remove from the heat. Place the bread in a large mixing bowl. Add the milk and cream and stir well. Let sit for 5 minutes. Pour the melted butter into a 10- by 13-inch casserole dish, and coat the sides and bottom evenly. Pour any extra butter into the bread mixture. Add the sausage mixture to the bread mixture. Add the eggs, grated cheeses, salt, black pepper and cayenne, and quickly fold mixture together. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 1 hour. Uncover and bake for 15 minutes. Remove the casserole from the oven and increase the temperature to 375ºF. Spread the sour cream evenly over the top and cover with grated Parmesan. Bake uncovered for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the casserole is lightly browned on top. Serve hot. Yield: 8 to 10 servings INGREDIENTS 1/2 pound Linguisa sausage, removed from the casing and chopped 1/2 cup minced yellow onions 1/4 cup minced green bell pepper 1/3 cup sliced green onions 1/3 cup dry white wine 1/4 cup melted butter 8 cups day-old French bread, torn into 1-inch cubes 2 1/2 cups milk 1/2 cup heavy cream 8 large eggs, beaten 1/2 pound Pepper Jack Cheese, grated 1/2 pound Monterey Jack Cheese, grated 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1/8 teaspoon cayenne 3/4 cup sour cream 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
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