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Discussion in 'South East USA' started by StaciLynn, May 24, 2012.
Checking in from middle Ga
I'm mid-GA also, near the Jackson Lake area.
In Kathleen here
I am here in the heart of GA, too.
Macon Ga long time prepper trained in survival and medical skills.
houston county checking in here, from perry area,hello to everyone nice to meet.
Macon Byron Area here as well and looking for others to meet up with and chat, have classes, etc. on prepping. Can teach and well as learn
I'm in West Central, does that count?
Hi. Ya'll get through the storms OK?
Lots of downed limbs, trees, and electric in the area - the wind got pretty wild. The only damage to our property was a pine limb on the pasture fence. How did everyone else do?
Depending on how you look at it, I'm either a little late or very early in posting this - there's a place in Woodland, Ga that has a Hog Killing School in February of each year as well as Farm Camp classes.
I've never been but hear good things.
No bad weather this week
The ground is a bit dry, but a little hoeing, to keep a "dust mulch", is keeping my vegetables happy without adding any water.
We expected two big thunderstorms, but they stayed South of my northern Georgia area.
Just checking to see if anyone still on from middle ga. . have been into self sustaining living for years. Build windmills and solar. Beekeeper, cut and saw my own lumber, building year round heated greenhouse. I build things from junk and repurpose items. Low or no cost. Im presently making syrup from sycamore sap( tastes of butterscotch). I'll post pics when weather changes. If anyone wants to get together to swap ideas let me know. Would love to network with others.
Someplace around Dalton and tunnel hill.
Further south than that. Around geographic center of state. Hard to travel due to spouce illness.
Magus I didn't realize you were so close to us!
relocating this winter to Putnam Co. When my friends up here is WI ask why, I just say "When the **** hits, I'd rather be down with the rebels than up with the liberals."
Besides, I am so done with 40 below zero and armpit deep snow drifts.
Welcome to the South. I've lived all over north Georgia, including Atlanta. Except for when I was at the University of Georgia in Athens, I stayed Atlanta-north. I prefer the mountains to the sandy flats of south Georgia.