Preparing For The Resistance – June 2022

In my post Prepare For The Resistance I outlined how I think patriots should be preparing for the dark days ahead. To reinforce those recommendations I am formatting these posts to match up with them.

Toughen Up

Spiritually:

As a Christian, studying The Word helps strengthen my faith. This month I continued my study of the Gospel of John.

Prayer is another way to strengthen ourselves spiritually. This month I continued my regular, daily prayers and continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

Fellowship with other believers and fellowship with God is a critical component to maintaining spiritual strength. This month I continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Mentally:

 

Physically:

 

Be Smarter

Privacy, fighting, medical, coms, et.

 

Be More Resilient

Supplies:

 

Gear:

 

Finances:

We continued to add money into our retirement accounts and precious metals. I also moved some money out of savings and into precious metals before they topped out.

Energy:

I ran the generator for 15-20 minutes to help prevent carburetor issues and make sure it will be good to go if it is ever needed. This is a recurring monthly task.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Be alert, get prepared, fight the good fight!

God bless and God save the Republic.

 

Preparing For The Resistance – May 2022

In my post Prepare For The Resistance I outlined how I think patriots should be preparing for the dark days ahead. To reinforce those recommendations I am formatting these posts to match up with them.

Toughen Up

Spiritually:

As a Christian, studying The Word helps strengthen my faith. This month I continued my study of the Gospel of John.

Prayer is another way to strengthen ourselves spiritually. This month I continued my regular, daily prayers and continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

Fellowship with other believers and fellowship with God is a critical component to maintaining spiritual strength. This month I continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Mentally:

I didn’t do anything specific this month to strengthen myself mentally.

Physically:

I had some mixed results this month but overall I am on track to getting stronger and healthier; hitting the gym and walking.

Be Smarter

I attended a one day medical training that covered casualty care procedures and bleeding control. I also attended half a day of a tactical rifle class.

Be More Resilient

Supplies:

We continued stocking up on food. I also rotated the emergency pantry into the regular pantry and re-inventoried and restocked.

I have met my goals for ammo supplies but concern over future availability has me continuing to add to our stocks:
5.56/.223 (80 rounds)
9mm (50 rounds)
.22 Long Rifle (250 rounds)

Gear:

I purchased two Holosun HG515 red dots and installed them on my rifle and Wonderful Wife’s rifle. These are tougher and better optics than we had installed before.  It also gives us consistency on three of our self-defense rifles. The other has a Low Power Variable Optic (LPVO) installed. I tool all four of our self-defense rifles and the M&P 15-22 I purchased as a trainer to the range and zeroed/confirmed zero on all of them. Then spent a little time on longer range work and transitioning between multiple targets.

5.11 had a closeout sale on a specific color of their TacTec plate carrier and I took advantage of that to upgrade mine. I also purchased several pairs of pants. They are sturdier and allow for a greater range of motion than the cargo pants I usually wear.

I updated the programming on all my radios to make sure they were all consistent with each other and the standards of our team. We also bought several more radios, both walkie talkie style radios (also programmable) and GMRS. With that complete I will need to schedule a short training session and they will be passed out to family members. I am also working on a “communications plan” to serve as a “how to” and a reference guide.

We purchased more medical gear including combat bandages and tourniquets. For the moment this is going into tubs. Ultimately, they will be made into trauma kits\IFAKs for the family.

I also purchased a pocket IFAK. It is like a bifold wallet to carry core essentials in a pocket instead of a pouch. Lots of times I am going placed and don’t have my backpack with me but I will be able to slip this in my pocket.

Finances:

We continued to add money into our retirement accounts and precious metals. I also moved some money out of savings and into precious metals.

Energy:

We purchased two additional 5 gallon fuel containers during (preparedness) tax free weekend and filled them with treated gasoline.

I ran the generator for 15-20 minutes to help prevent carburetor issues and make sure it will be good to go if it is ever needed. This is a recurring monthly task.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Be alert, get prepared, fight the good fight!

God bless and God save the Republic.

 

Preparing For The Resistance – April 2022

In my post Prepare For The Resistance I outlined how I think patriots should be preparing for the dark days ahead. To reinforce those recommendations I am formatting these posts to match up with them.

Toughen Up

Spiritually:

As a Christian, studying The Word helps strengthen my faith. This month I continued my study of the Gospel of John.

Prayer is another way to strengthen ourselves spiritually. This month I continued my regular, daily prayers and continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

Fellowship with other believers and fellowship with God is a critical component to maintaining spiritual strength. This month I continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Mentally:

The tactical training I do toughens me up in several ways. First, to keep pushing and focusing when exhausted develops a mental toughness. The scenarios we train, whether force on force, hand to hand or small unit tactics such as ambush, helps to create a mental readiness for when/if we encounter such situations in real life.

Physically:

I’ve done a pretty good job with working out and exercising this month. I am almost back to the level of fitness I had pre-COVID/injuries. Hopefully, I can stay healthy and continue to improve.

Be Smarter

I took a one day self-defense class. I spend a lot of time working with firearms and have even had some knife training but I know that hand to hand is an area of weakness. This class helped me improve in this area, a little. I was a somewhat limited on some of the techniques and had to be careful of my hip.

Be More Resilient

Supplies:

I purchased another case of MREs. I primarily use these when I am out in the field training and are not really a part of my long term food storage plan. Still, it is nice to have a few extra on hand, just in case.

Topped off the pantry from the emergency pantry, inventoried it and placed an order to top off what we have used and fill in a few gaps. At this point for most items we are in a good place and can afford to wait for sales and take advantage of them to continue stocking up. However, we are continuing to stock up on long term foods adding more mashed potatoes, rice, beans, flour, sugar and salt.

We are also stocking up on non-food items like cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items. This month we stocked up on deodorant and soap.

I have met my goals for ammo supplies but concern over future availability has me continuing to add to our stocks:
5.56/.223 (80 rounds)

Gear:

Wonderful Wife asked me about coms for the family in an an emergency and I explained that I told them what radios to buy but they had not bought them yet. We bought two more UV-5r radios and two extended life batteries. Once I get them programmed I will show the family how to use them and pass them out.

Purchased two heavy-duty tarps on the preparedness tax-free weekend. I also bought new smoke detectors for the house since they were tax-free as well and ours have all begun to fail.

Finances:

We continued to add money into our retirement accounts and precious metals. I also moved some money out of savings and into precious metals before they topped out and invested a stock dividend into precious metals.

Energy:

I ran the generator for 15-20 minutes to help prevent carburetor issues and make sure it will be good to go if it is ever needed. This is a recurring monthly task.

We took advantage of the tax-free preparedness weekend Texas has and added to our supply of batteries.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Be alert, get prepared, fight the good fight!

God bless and God save the Republic.

 

Preparing For The Resistance – March 2022

In my post Prepare For The Resistance I outlined how I think patriots should be preparing for the dark days ahead. To reinforce those recommendations I am formatting these posts to match up with them. We’ll run that way for a few months and see how it goes.

Toughen Up

I attended a weekend-long Warrior Skills Training class this month and that helped toughen me up in every way; spiritually, mentally and physically. Forty eight hours of drills, training, simulated operations, and education combined with living on only what you can carry was truly a challenge. Add the lack of sleep due to long training days and nights sleeping on the cold ground and this was an experience that toughened me up in every way.

Spiritually:

As a Christian, studying The Word helps strengthen my faith. This month I continued my study of the Gospel of John.

Prayer is another way to strengthen ourselves spiritually. This month I continued my regular, daily prayers and continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

Fellowship with other believers and fellowship with God is a critical component to maintaining spiritual strength. This month I continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Mentally:

See comments above on the Warrior Skills Training but one more addition here. We were using blanks during many of the operations. Which meant that we were aiming our rifles at other human beings, pulling the trigger and producing the same (similar) response as the rifle would make in a real fight (gun goes bang). The same goes for stabbing the torso of a human-like training dummy. All the classroom discussions from all the self-defense classes I have taken over the years about mindset and being “in the fight” took on a whole new level of reality. I hope and pray I never have to use any of this training but the reality check from this weekend will, hopefully, reduce any hesitation I might have when the time comes and help ensure that I have the right mindset at the time.

Physically:

See comments on the Warrior Skills Training I have also been doing OK when it comes to gym time. There is still room for improvement there. My hip seems to be healing and I have more mobility and flexibility than I have in weeks.

Be Smarter

Attended a small unit tactical training class on patrolling, breaking and reacting to contact as well a carbine class focused on weapons manipulation drills.

To top it all off the I was able to attend a weekend long warrior skills training class. We humped all our gear and made camp in the woods. We used that for a base of operations to train for the next 48 hours. Topics trained included night movements and operations, patrols, ambushes, CQB practice sessions, weapons manipulation, camouflage, communications, tripwires for early warning as well as base security operations.

Be More Resilient

Supplies:

Made a bulk purchase of the needles I use to administer one of my medications. I am now set on these for the next several years.

I have met my goals for ammo supplies but concern over future availability has me continuing to add to our stocks:
5.56/.223 (400 rounds)

We have slowed a bit over the last month on adding to our food supply inventory. We have continued stocking up, just at a slower pace. I think it is time to kick that back into high gear.

Purchased a bottle of Permethrin. I plan to use it to treat my outdoor gear to repel critters as the weather warms up.

Gear:

In preparation for the weekend training I purchased several pieces of gear including a headlamp with a red light, a red light penlight, a single person tent, and a large backpack/rucksack.

I am still trying to find a radio headset that works for me in tactical situations. I have tried several in ear head sets but I haven’t found one that is durable and stays in place. A buddy runs a set of Peltor headphones and seems to like the setup so I looked at picking up a set…yeah, not gonna happen anytime soon. I did find a (relatively) cheap set of Chinese knockoffs and purchased them. They probably won’t last but I will be able to see if I can stand wearing a full headset in the south Texas heat and humidity. If so, I can start watching for deals on the good ones.

I picked up 5 additional AR magazines. To complete the load out I plan on carrying I needed a couple more. I could have pulled them from stock but there was a sale on them when buying five or more. So…

I purchased a new phone. With the ongoing supply chain issues and ever increasing prices I decided to go ahead and get one now while they are available rather than wait for my current phone to need replacement and potentially not be able to get one or have to pay a much higher price.

Finances:

We continued to add money into our retirement accounts and precious metals. I also moved some money out of savings and into precious metals just before before they topped out.

Energy:

I ran the generator for 15-20 minutes to help prevent carburetor issues and make sure it will be good to go if it is ever needed. This is a recurring monthly task.

Purchased two additional 5 gallon gas cans, filled them and added stabilizer. I also topped off the generator after running it and now I have another small can to fill.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Be alert, get prepared, fight the good fight!

God bless and God save the Republic.

 

What Did You Prep This Month?

Walk With God

I continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

I continued my study of the Gospel of John.

I also continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Self Defense/Hunting

Purchased an additional bolt carrier group (BCG) for my AR. They were on sale and if something is going to break on an AR it will probably be something in the BCG so it doesn’t hurt to have a spare (or two).

In the past I have generally favored two point slings for my rifles but with the training I have been doing I have found that a single point sling actually works better for me so I picked up a Blue Force Gear single point sling for my primary rifle (it was on sale).

Blue Force Gear single point sling

I also picked up a couple more cheap AR magazines for “dry” training. I plan to use these around the house for practicing mag changes and such. I dedicate specific magazines for this type of training that have the “guts” removed and a fluorescent green tape applied so they can never be mixed up with mags with live rounds. Mistakes can happen, ask the folks on the set Alec Baldwin’s movie (those who are still alive anyway), and anything that can reduce the probability of an incident is worth the money.

Ammo Purchased this month:

5.56/.223: 140

9mm: 100

.22 LR: 100

I attended a small unit tactical training class. In this class we covered a variety of topics including observation, reconnaissance, tracking and area search/clear.

Supplies/Gear

We restocked primary pantry from the emergency pantry and restocked what was rotated out. I have a number of smaller bags of beans, peas, rice and some tea that we have been ordering as part of our regular grocery orders. I normally keep these on a shelf in their original packaging but grouped in larger 1 gallon ziploc bags. Based on some conversations with other preparedness minded folks I went ahead and vacuum sealed them instead of relying on the ziploc bags.

I also reviewed our supply of over the counter pain medicines and found we had burned through a lot of our backup supply during the COVID lock down. We placed an order to bring those levels back up to where they should be. Then did the same with vitamins and supplements.

I noticed that Amazon was unable to fill an regular order for the specific brand of toothpaste I use so I grabbed three tubes from another source and stocked up on the brand Wonderful Wife prefers as well.

Wonderful Wife and I sat down with the list of the 100 Items That Disappear First in A Disaster and reviewed it together. This list is based on the experiences of people who lived through several disasters but primarily on the experiences of those who survived the Bosnian war. We discussed each item to decide if it was applicable and, if so, how well stocked we were on that item. We are putting together a plan to fill the gaps we identified.

Based on the weather related power outages of last winter and our review of the “100 items” list we purchased a propane powered heater. Unlike most propane heaters it is designed and rated to be used indoors and it can run from either the small camping sized propane bottles or the larger tanks used on outdoor gas grills. It should provide plenty of heat to keep at least one room warm even if the power goes out. However, this was a good lesson on doing your homework. I purchased this heater thinking I could run either the smaller camp type propane bottles or larger propane tanks used for outdoor grills and it does. If you buy the adapter for the larger tanks, which I have not been able to locate yet. I also neglected to check the availability of the smaller camp style bottles. Every store around is out of stock and most say they don’t know when to expect them back in. I don’t know if this is a supply chain issue or a simple demand issue. Nevertheless, I did finally find them in stock and not at ridiculous markups and now we have a small but decent supply but I will feel much better as soon as I can get that adapter.

We also purchased an additional five gallon fuel container for gasoline, filled it up and added fuel stabilizer.

Security

No updates here.

Finances

Two of our investment accounts returned dividends. One we reinvested in the same mutual funds that paid the dividend. With the other we withdrew the funds and invested them in precious metals. We also went ahead and purchased the silver coins to give the kids and grand kids for Christmas. We give each one ounce of silver for Christmas and I wanted to make the purchase while they were available and we had the funds.

We reviewed the investment mix of our primary 401k and re-balanced the investment mix based on which options are performing better.

The biggest change for this month is that Wonderful Wife is working again and bringing in a paycheck. We were able to add to our investment accounts, both stock and cryptocurrency with money from her paycheck.

Fitness/Health

Getting in better shape will make me more resilient, harder to kill and increase my ability to defend my family and those I love. This month I have made some very good strides in toughening up physically. I have regained my strength to pre-COVID levels and, in some cases, I am stronger than I have ever been. Pretty good for a over the hill couch potato, I believe. Walking/running is still limited by the injury to my Achilles tendon but I am doing the best I can without damaging it further.

Will I ever be as fast or have the endurance of the ruling junta’s enforcers from anitfa and BLM? Probably not. Will I be as strong? Possibly. Every time I stack on another weight, add another rep or walk a little faster I increase my resiliency, become harder to kill, and increase my ability to protect those I care about.

My goals are to be fit enough to pass the Combat Fitness Test (CFT) and be able to do the Murph Challenge which is based on the workout of a Navy Seal. Will I get there? At close to 60 with a bad shoulder and ankle, probably not. But the closer I get the better prepared I will be for the dark times ahead.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Be alert, get prepared, fight the good fight!

God bless and God save the Republic.

What Did You Prep This Month?

Walk With God

I continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

I completed my study of the Gospel of Mark and started a study of the Gospel of John.

I also continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Self Defense/Hunting

Now that I have finally worked out the configuration I wan to run on my fighting belt (war/battle belt) I am starting to work on the configuration of my other line gear. Specifically, my plate carrier and chest rig. I have picked up a few mag pouches and such but I will need to train in these at least a few times before I get them set up the way I want them.

I bought two Glock 17 magazines and two AR-15 magazines. I plan on using these exclusively for training, specifically for training performed without live ammo such as dry-fire. For these magazines I purchased magazines from ETS because they are clear so at a glance I can ensure they do not contain live rounds. I also mark these with fluorescent green tape so that there is no mistaking these as training mags.

Supplies/Gear

The lids for the extra eight buckets of food arrived as well as the additional oxygen absorbers. We purchased 70 pounds of rice and 50 pounds of beans. Combined with what I already had on hand we filled 4 buckets of rice and 4 of I beans. One set went to my Mom’s house, one set to my son’s, one set to each of my daughter’s that don’t live with me.

Distributing it is this way each family has food on hand if they can’t get to us. Since my youngest daughter lives several hundred miles away this is particularly important for her and her daughters. It also helps ensure that an incident at any one location won’t take out all our supplies.

Added to my supply of AA and AAA batteries. The grand kids help make sure we are rotating them in a timely manner.

Security

No updates here.

Finances

Continued moving money from our savings account to an investment account. Transfer limits on the savings account keep me from moving it all at once or more quickly.

Fitness/Health

Missed last week but back in the groove on working out and trying to get more fit.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Stay alert, stay prepared and stay safe.

God bless.

What Did You Prep This Month?

Walk With God

I continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

I continued my study of the Gospel of Mark.

I also continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Although, to be honest, I missed several weeks of church and Sunday while sick with COVID. I was also not good at keeping up with my Bible study for at least a week of that time.

Self Defense/Hunting

Made an ammo purchase of 40 rounds of 5.56/.223 and 100 rounds of 9mm.

Supplies/Gear

Rotated the emergency pantry and restocked it.

Wonderful Wife and I discussed it and we decided to go ahead and add to our long term food storage. We discussed it with the kids and we will be sending an additional bucket of rice and another of beans to be stored at their houses. We spoke with my mom and she agreed to store an extra pair of buckets at her house as well.

We will talk to our youngest daughter about doing the same for her and her girls. Since they live several hundred miles away it is particularly important for her to be well stocked since it could be difficult for them to make it here in an emergency.

All told this will be at least eight more buckets of food distributed across four households in two cities. I have already bought the buckets and they are here. The lids are on order as are additional oxygen absorbers and food safe diatomaceous earth (DE). I have enough mylar bags on hand. Once everything is on hand we will purchase the additional beans and rice and get to filling them.

Amazon had 2.6 gallon collapsible water storage containers on sale for just under $10. Although I have a number of water storage solutions already, adding a couple of these didn’t cost much and added another way to store water in case of an emergency or a disaster.  Most of my storage solutions are 5 gallons or up so these could prove handy for smaller, easier to transport quantities of water.

Security

No activity this month.

Finances

Even with Wonderful Wife not working we managed to put a little money aside and invest a bit in crypto. We also used a refund check for a cancelled medical procedure and combine it with Credit Card points to make a small purchase of precious metals.

Fitness/Health

This month has been spent dealing with and trying to recover from COVID.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Stay alert, stay prepared and stay safe.

God bless.

What Did You Prep This Month?

Walk With God

I continued to pray for my 50 closest neighbors.

I continued my study of the Gospel of Mark.

I also continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Self Defense/Hunting

Ammunition:

60 rounds of 5.56

20 rounds of 7.62×39

100 rounds of 9mm

Continued dry fire practice with the P365X

Supplies/Gear

We restocked the emergency pantry but the biggest investment in this area was to buy half a steer. Fully processed, it ended up costing just under $6.00/lb for grass-fed, organic beef. We are now stocked up for meat for at least the next year.

Continued stocking up on long term food items.

Security

Nothing to report here.

Finances

We created an investment account and put money into a mutual fund instead of the bank from Wonderful Wife’s paycheck. Since inflation is higher than the interest rate paid on savings accounts we are losing money on what is deposited in the bank so I am also transferring money out of savings and investing it as quickly as the account restrictions allow.

Unfortunately, Wonderful Wife is no longer employed…

This will impact how much money we can add to savings and will require (again) that we tighten up on spending and investing.

Fitness/Health

I started working out again, you can read about the progress in my Project Get Fit 2021 (Part 2) posts.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Stay alert, stay prepared and stay safe.

God bless.

What Did You Prep This Month?

Walk With God

I finished one round of praying for my 50 closest neighbors.

I continued my study of the Gospel of Mark.

I also continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Self Defense/Hunting

Purchased ammo:

    • 140 rounds of 5.56
    • 400 rounds of 9mm
    • 20 rounds of 7.62×39

Continued my dry-fire practice with the P365 XL. I am at least as fast picking up the dot and placing a shot on target as I am with iron sights but I want some more range time with the gun before trusting my life to it. In the meantime…dry-fire, dry-fire, dry-fire…

Supplies/Gear

Nothing this month.

Security

We had security cameras in the house prior to the flood following Hurricane Harvey. Since then we have only had a doorbell camera in place. It is something I had every intention of replacing but just never seemed to remember/get around to it.

I finally did.

Amazon had a deal on a three camera system. I added one additional camera to cover all the areas I wanted covered. I was able to set it up and get it fully operational prior to leaving for the lake.

Finances

We cashed out some stock dividends and credit card point and purchased more gold.

We have also continued adding to our savings. I will be meeting with a financial advisor to see what recommendations they might have for providing a rate of return that will at least keep up with inflation while still allowing quick access to the funds should they be needed.

Fitness/Health

I had been trying to allow my shoulder and ankle to heal naturally by rest (no exercise) and over the counter and herbal anti-inflammatories for months now and it wasn’t helping. These months of inactivity also mean that I have gained back the weight I had lost. My strength and stamina are headed back to where they were before I stated exercising as well. So, I finally went to the doctor. As expected a steroid shot in my shoulder fixed it right up. For my ankle he prescribed an anti-inflammatory that has worked amazingly well and physical therapy.

Unfortunately, the anti-inflammatory medication is also a blood thinner which I discovered when I went in to have two of my kidney stones pulverized. The procedure had to be cancelled (wish they could have told me before Wonderful Wife took time off work). That actually worked out very well. The day after the procedure was scheduled an upper respiratory infection slammed me. I was in bed for three days and sick for over a week. Recovering from the procedure while dealing with the infection would have been incredibly rough and may well have put me in the hospital.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Stay alert, stay prepared and stay safe.

God bless.

What Did You Prep This Month?

Walk With God

I continued praying for my 50 closest neighbors.

I continued my study of the Gospel of Mark.

I also continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Self Defense/Hunting

It seems like ammunition is starting to become a bit more available. This month I was able to pick up 600 rounds of 5.56 and 200 rounds of 9mm FMJ.

With some of the 9mm ammo I was able to go to the range with the new P365X to test it out and make sure it is sighted in. It may take another range session before I work it into the carry rotation. In the meantime I am practicing with it daily to get faster and more comfortable picking up the dot. At this point the times for getting on target and taking an initial shot are pretty comparable at shorter distances. The dot is definitely faster (and more accurate) at longer distances and for follow up shots..

Attended some small unit tactical training that included patrolling techniques and practices, advancing under fire (and retreating), communications and (VERY) basic house clearing/QCB.

Supplies/Gear

Began studying for my HAM (Technician) license. I hope to be ready to take the exam within the next month or so. I also purchased a couple of mobile radios that I can use once I pass the exam.

Hurricane season is officially here and I dragged the old generator out and gave it a test run.

Security

Nothing this month.

Finances

We continued adding to our savings and investment accounts. Our goal is to add $500 every week to savings/investments on top of what we put in through payroll deductions.

With out tax refund check we purchased some precious metals.

Fitness/Health

Based on something that was seen during the CT scan for kidney stones I had an endoscopy done on by esophagus and stomach (upper GI). The results showed signs of chronic acid reflux but no cancer (Thank You, Lord). I have an appointment scheduled with an orthopedist so I can get back to exercising. I also went ahead and scheduled a time for them to blast the two bigger kidney stones.

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That’s it for me. That’s what I prepped this month. How about you? What did you Prep this month?

Stay alert, stay prepared and stay safe.

God bless.