Re: old time survival skills
Thanks for access to the downloads Jack. Interesting reading and alot of good knowledge
that for the most part, only a few still practice or even know about.
Other than those from the Appalacha region.
I'm pretty well surround by it, as alot of people (lol) consider me to be a "hillbilly"!
Been called alot worse,(lol) but when times do get tough(er) or SHTF we'll see who laughi'n
My Grandparents were 'old timers' and didnt much like the "modern ways" even when I was
a kid as they were raised in hard times and had to make due with what they had.
I spent a many of summers at their place growing up and they taugh me alot on how to make due and be happy with what you have. Heck, I still think that in the early '80's they
wernt all to keen with the with the idea of elcetricity.There was always a lamp buring at night mowi'n sigh (spelling) always got used or a hand sickle for trimming.
Two Words; "Simple Man", song by Charlie Daniels sums up my thoughts on a "few things"!