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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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Wild Fires in the West, the Season Is Upon Us - Here's My 11 Step Plan

Wild fires in the west, the season is upon us, I have been reading about the fires in Utah, Arizona and California, what tragedies. It's easy to understand how the fires are able to burn so violently after a person spends time in an isolated area. I made a list of 11 things I would do.

Natural Disasters - Are You Really Prepared for One?

Millions of people in the US are affected each year by natural disasters, whether they are hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, etc. Are YOU and your family prepared? What if there was no electricity or natural gas available and your water pipes couldn't deliver clean water? That means that no stores would be open for food. You would literally be homeless - hungry, thirsty and no shelter or warmth. So how about preparing for the worst? What are the absolute necessities you would need?

On Your Way Out, What Would You Grab in an Emergency?

4-1/2 years ago my neighbors house burned to the ground in the middle of the night, The house's on either side sustained damage from the fire, one was 80% destroyed and although never rebuilt still to this day stands as a burned out hulk. If the prevailing wind was up (it wasn't) and if it were dry (luckily it was a misting rain) my house would most likely have been burned completely up as well. That event inspired me to build a web site dedicated to helping people be as self reliant as they can possibly be. Then I came up with the list below:

How Preppers Can Store Food for a Long Time

When we are struck by disasters, the attention is usually on the most basic things that we need like water and food. One can survive for days without any food, but then that is something that most people would not like to go through. It is much better to do your things when you are satisfied and well nourished. It is good to prepare for disasters and to even store food for such an eventuality. This can be rather overwhelming and you need to consider many things like what to store, how to keep the food fresh, how much to store, and what is needed to create that extra stash. This is something that any preppers would ask themselves and the answers can be really fulfilling if done in the appropriate manner.

Preparing for Times of Disaster

A disaster can occur any time and any place. Preparing ahead of time can bring greater safety and peace of mind.

The Dreaded Knock on the Door

Let me just clarify -- I am not an expert in all the areas you would be wise to prepare. However, the one area that I do wish to impart are what key personal and financial documents you would need to bring with you should you have to evacuate or leave your home.

Prepping For A Natural Catastrophe Has Become Significant In Today's Life

In the wake of a disaster, it is obvious that you will panic, but you ought to act responsibly and make necessary arrangements for you to remain safe and sound. You must look for house insurance and other legalities before the disaster strikes to remain stress free.



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