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Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
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A beginners guide to Gardening.Have added several 5' x 13' plant beds to a garden.  Starting from scratch using only the minimal of tools, a shovel, rake and a home made soil sieve.  Also using…Continue

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"https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8606907/Arctic-villagers-flee-raging-wildfires-boats-35ft-flames-encircle-remote-settlement.html Escape from HELL: Arctic villagers flee raging wildfires on boats as 35ft flames encircle remote…"
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"https://watchers.news/2020/07/06/saskatchewan-hit-by-3-tornadoes-intense-rain-and-large-hail-canada/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook Saskatchewan hit by 3 tornadoes, intense rain and large hail, Canada At least three tornadoes…"
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KM replied to KM's discussion Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
"This year we decided to do a square foot garden, and wanted to show how easy it is for beginner gardeners to venture into different projects.  Keeping the garden simple and having a plan, either on paper or generally understanding what it is…"
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"Here are some interesting tips on different types of flour https://practicalselfreliance.com/wild-flour/?fbclid=IwAR2ezlIv0HBb1rPPg_3erdfXE7nO68LdEHQ45CY5safB-DJV8Nj_CQdb6Kk With in the link here are some of the flours that are featured and can be…"
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"https://watchers.news/2020/07/01/northwest-saskatchewan-hit-by-worst-flooding-in-46-years-canada/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook Northwest Saskatchewan hit by worst flooding in 46 years, Canada Rare flooding, described as the…"
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"https://saskatoon.ctvnews.ca/rural-sask-wind-storm-wreaks-havoc-leaves-behind-overturned-grain-cars-1.4985274 Rural Sask. wind storm wreaks havoc, leaves behind overturned grain cars Wind and hail storm in rural Sask. CTV News Prince…"
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KM replied to KM's discussion Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
"This year we also decided to plant nursery bought swiss chard, kale and peppers in pots to see how they do, but also provide easier access because of the disability. This will be placed on a higher surface.  The swiss chard in containers will…"
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KM replied to KM's discussion Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
"We dug our trampoline pit this year to make it a more viable garden.  This year we are trying square foot gardening - and we are looking forward to trying something new.  With help we were able to mark off 'squares of a sort…"
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KM replied to KM's discussion Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
"The brick bed which was built last year, survived the winter.  This year we left the leaves from the fall on the top of the bed.  We decided to plant herbs into the two beds.  Along with spinach, borage, swiss chard and kale we also…"
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KM replied to KM's discussion Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
"This year we decided to plant some of the herbs, kale, peppers and swiss chard in pots and put them around or up on a table for easier access. We used soil bought this year, but, it was very hard to find.  Lots of people are planting a garden…"
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KM replied to KM's discussion Gardening from scratch - a beginners guide
"It has been a cool spring here 52 degrees north.  We did get a few nights of frost and several days where the temperature struggled to get to double digits in mid-May.  We decided to hold off planting anything until the end of…"
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The awakening has been ongoing for a while, but when I learned about the earth changes, it seemed to go at an exponential rate. Has anybody else had that? Certain things are no longer important. The changes i've made to my family's life style, more of an organic and holistic living than anyone would like in the city, has raised some eyebrows, recycling of furniture to use in the garden, and recycling furniture to use in the house has made my house a full one, with excellent furniture which has taken on a second lease on life. I've met up with several people who are service to other oriented, There aren't many but when they do come forward, it's like having a member of the family stepping into the fold.

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Survival Techniques For The After Time

Survival Techniques For The After Time:

Survival techniques before and into the After Time will be a valuable resource not only for individuals but for groups as well.  Basic every day techniques such as sewing, baking, making a latrine to building a shelter and distilling water will be needed.  Knowing how to make a fire from animal dung to re-purposing  fabrics to make them fit someone else or made use of in other ways, will be…

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Posted on April 16, 2019 at 3:57pm — 4 Comments

Survival Food - What to eat when food is scarce

Survival Food - What to eat when food is scarce

In many countries, eating bugs, grubs and worms as well as what we term weeds,is part of a normal daily diet.  As the Earth changes start to take a hold and increased crop shortages become the norm, new food sources will be sought after and utilized in daily diets.  For those who have back…

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Posted on March 14, 2019 at 12:00pm — 34 Comments

Calgary Downtown Power Outage

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Downtown Calgary electrical fire damage will take days to fix, require rebuild

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Typhoon Haiyan - one of the strongest on record hits the Phillipines

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(CNN) -- Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever observed, made landfall Friday morning in the Philippines, the country's weather service reported.

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At 1:57am on February 4, 2011, Victor Fox said…
hi, KM, you've written about change of temperature from -45C to +6. that's unussualy! i live enough to north, at the opposite side of globe, i MUST notice smth, too. nothing happend... the wether is stable. the picture from my window. today the same. Victor.
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At 7:57pm on March 6, 2010, KM said…
I've heard that it's not unusual to go through changes such as not being able to eat red meat when a person has awoken. I get sick if I eat red meat now. I hardly eat any chicken either, and my family seems to be fine following the same diet. it's not quite completely vegetarian. What are your experiences on awakening?
At 5:16pm on March 3, 2010, KM said…
I'm already enjoying the information I'm getting. A lot of useful hints etc.
What has changed thus far are the seasons. It's more like a spring day for the last month. We live in Saskatchewan, and althouh the mild temps are great at -16 to about -20 and then + 1 or 2 is great, but we normally have -25 to about -30 at this time of year. I haven't had to wear a winter coat. I've shovelled snow twice in five months. On Monday I also noted that Orions Belt was above my house which faces directly East, the week before that I noticed it was facing SW. I wasn't able to spot the big dipper this time around either. But, I've also noted my anxiety level and that of my family has increased as they become more aware of the changes taking place. Although we keep busy preparing and doing things for when the time comes, the anxiety level hasn't changed. Note though, there is no fear as such, just anxiety. Has anyone else experienced anxiety, specifically before an event such as an earthquake or some similar happening? I'd like to find out.
At 7:04pm on February 28, 2010, KM said…
I have noticed the moon rising in SE one evening and in the NE the next. The compass swing several times during the day. The same with the Big Dipper, it's in one position one evening and the next it's way over to the NE the next. the same with the sunsets this last summer, they seemed to have set at the same time for over a month, then when it was winter time, the sunset still didn't seem to happen when it was supposed to. It being dark normally at around 4 pm it tended to get dark at around 5 to 5:30 pm most evenings. Most unusual.
 
 
 

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