Okay well the metal lathe project is moving along slow but sure. I bought the lathe surplus and sometime along the way the chip tray got bent pretty bad and so I had to do a lot of work to correct the mistake the fork truck driver made so while I was at it I decided to fabricate a chip drawer tp make it easy for metal chip removal. Ready for paint now.
been a long time since ive been here.but been preparing for the worse thoe.i quickly learned that im no where close enough to being prepared for a winter storm that takes out the power grid. When we had the winter freeze 5 or 6 weeks ago.so i've stepped up on my prepping on that. And still working on it.still stocking up on foods and water etc. etc.and with the way things are looking when it comes to whats going on in the world.mainly in the u.s..i need to locate some place to live outside of town,to get me out of the city.
With a truck like this you can pretty much go anywhere do anything no questions asked. Fully equipped radio equipment, rotary inverter for ac power, anderson plug in connectors for 12v jumper cables, water tight storage compartment for long distant driving, heavy duty suspension all around, amber led strobe light, e rated tires, rust resistance coating through out body and frame, cam phaser lockouts. Nothing illegal about this truck but can be used in an emergency situation.
For 40 years mosquito control has always been a ongoing project but now black leg deer ticks have become a problem because our winters are so mild now. Six bat houses on our property, this is one ready to be mounted on a pole.
During the pandemic bathroom tissue was difficult to find an expensive, if you could find it, do you think food will be the same? We know how to grow a garden and we know how to preserve and can food. Do you?