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Camp Fire Songs
Some of the best camp fire songs include: Clementine, O Susannah, Cindy, I Ride An Old Paint, Lone Star Trail and You Are My Sunshine (written in the 1930s by former governor of Louisiana, Jimmie Davis).

O, Susannah was very popular during the California gold rush. Many of the forty-niners made up their own verses.

You can find a collection of more than 110 campfire songs - complete with words, scores and guitar chords in the book, Campfire Songs, by Irene Maddox.


Saying Of The Week

"We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open."

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Camping Joke Of The Day

These two young brothers were knocking around one lazy summer day and thought it would be a good prank to push over the outhouse. They crept up from an advantageous direction like a couple of commandos, pushed the outhouse over on one side and headed for the woods.

They circled round and returned to camp an hour later from a completely different direction thus, trying to divert suspicion from themselves.

Upon returning, their father approached them with switch in hand and bellowed, "Did you two push the outhouse over this afternoon?"

The older boy replied, "As learned in school, I cannot
tell a lie. Yes, Father, we pushed over the outhouse this afternoon."

At this revelation, the farmer proceeded to flail the two boys severely and sent them to bed without supper.

In the morning, the two boys meekly approached the breakfast table and took their seats. Everything was quiet until their father finally said, "Have you two learned your lesson?"

"Sure, Dad!" said the big brother, "But, in school we learned that George Washington admitted to HIS father that he'd chopped down a cherry tree and he was forgiven because he told the truth."

"Ah yes!' said the farmer, "BUT, George's DAD, wasn't in the cherry tree when he chopped it down!!!"

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Short Range Personal Defense Options For Emergencies

Short range is anything under 25 yards. This does include hand-to-hand. As scary as this sounds you must plan for this type of encounter. This is the most brutal and life threatening aspect of self defense, You will be looking into the eyes of your assailant. You must be fully prepared for this. Your life is at stake.

10 Terrifying Stories From The World's Most Apocalyptic Fires

Fire is a terrifying force, even on the smallest of scales. When it gets out of control, it can ravage thousands and thousands of acres. Stories of out-of-control fires, and the courage and sacrifice they've inspired, provide a humbling glimpse into the power of nature.

Water Filtration, a Key to Survival

Technology has advanced to the point where it is possible to filter lake water and make it potable. Devices as small as a straw have been designed to drink directly from a contaminated water source and know that the water has been filtered and is safe.

Types of Emergencies - Hurricanes or Weather Related

The majority of damage done by hurricanes is not wind. It is water. Drowning is the major cause of death in hurricanes. After seeing the devastation caused by these storms over my years I have come to know and respect their power and the amount of devastation that they can cause. Special planning is required to be prepared for weather related emergencies. For people along the southern and eastern coasts, this is especially important.

Reloading and Building Your Own Ammunition is an Important Part of Prepping

For any serious prepper reloading ammunition is a key component of prepping. This is the most effective way of creating enough ammunition to supply their needs now and after WROL begins. Do not neglect this very important aspect of prepping.

Surviving In The Wilderness

Knowing what to do if you need to survive in the wilderness. Knowing how to and build a shelter.

What If You Have to Go to an Emergency Shelter?

I look at an emergency shelter as a defeat of this plan and an absolute last resort. But the fact remains that you might have to fall back to one of these shelters if all else fails. If your situation demands that you go to a government shelter please use this article to understand what to expect and what to bring.



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