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(03-17-2019, 07:53 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote:
(03-16-2019, 11:50 AM)Apache54 Wrote:
(03-15-2019, 06:34 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: Until they have found  what to do for my lungs (uncontrolled asthma) and my son's transitions school is completed (likely in two years), we are stuck where we are.  After that, we are looking at the West Slope, though my other half, keeps mentioning Tennessee where his aunt lives.  Keeps pointed out that western Tenn is less populated and better Climate for growing and water, than the drier side of the Rockies.

Notice I don't talk about weapons  and ammo?  That is for a reason.  Facepalm

I believe Tenn. has too much humidity for your asthma, you need a dry climate, like the southwest area. (my opinion)
have you researched herbs for your asthma, I ask this because in SHTF your doctor prescribed meds ( if you have them) may not be available. I don't know any off hand, but I know I have run across some articles while doing other research. and look at the areas you MIGHT move to for what grows there naturally. Most people don't understand the southwest and don't realize that we have one of the largest variety of potent herbs that grow anywhere.

NOT talking about your protection types, is good, what should be talked about is training which requires some practice and most important is mindset.
you must be aware at ALL times of your surroundings and have a plan for each possible scenario. In the beginning it will probably be mostly stupes but in a very short time they will be gone and after awhile the smart ones will be left, that is where you need to know how to deal with them, also your pre-known part of "CAN I" pull the trigger has to be determined as much as you can.

We've had some training,  husband is good, but he  had never been in a situation to know if he could pull the trigger.   I have been and I can.  Our daughter is learning now, not sure she can at this point but I have seen her anger and feel she can.

We have been working on survival skills for about 5 years off and on

That is 5 years ahead of those who don't. A very good start.

Think for yourself
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